The Canadian Pacific Ocean Services R.M.S. "Metagama" First Class Passenger List : Liverpool for St. John, N.B. Friday, March 5, 1920 * together with * R.M.S. Metagama. / Woven in Silk. (Unrecorded Stevengraph Postcard). Canadian Pacific / Thomas Stevens, Passenger List, Woven Silk Postcard.

The Canadian Pacific Ocean Services R.M.S. "Metagama" First Class Passenger List : Liverpool for St. John, N.B. Friday, March 5, 1920 * together with * R.M.S. Metagama. / Woven in Silk. (Unrecorded Stevengraph Postcard)

n.p. (Montreal) / n.p. (Coventry): Canadian Pacific / Thomas Stevens, 1920. Paperback. (First Class Passenger List) String bound illustrated wraps, 12mo (7-1/8 inches [18 cm] tall), pp. unpaginated [28], illustrated with photo reproductions and tables. Volume with some wear and light soil to covers, text unmarked. (Stevengraph woven silk picture postcard) Postcard measures 13.6 cm wide x 8.8 cm high (silk size 9.4 cm wide x 3.7 cm high) and shows the C.P. liner Metagama underway at sea from the starboard side, silk wove image set within an embossed decorative border. Divided back, with a period ink inscription verso, (unposted), embossed decorative paste-down window with some toning and light soil, a ripple and bottom left corner loose ; silk is fine and bright. Very Good. Item #2302

The ship funnels seen in the woven silk of the postcard are pale brown with black tops (used 1906-1921) which dates the postcard to the same period of issue as the First Class Passenger List, thus both were likely acquired onboard. The postcard is not recorded in Godde or Sprake and is found only on an unpublished list by John High. Ref. stevengraphsdotcom. The passenger list for this voyage of the Metagama includes the names of all of the first class passengers and has multiple Canadian Pacific ads for their services, railway and hotels, etc., as well as the various plans and contact information for "... some six million acres of choice farm lands for sale in Western Canada at low prices, and long terms of payment.". An unusual pairing of some very scarce, post-WWI shipping ephemera.

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