Unfortunately, the paper texture drowns out the detail, but this vintage postcard shows a twin-stack, four-mast liner with what appear to be Ottoman/Turkish Government funnel markings. Any ideas as to her identity?
I cannot place the location, but there is a large, unique building on the shore.
Does anyone recognize this cargo-passenger liner seen moored at Genoa on a vintage postcard mailed in 1951? Presence of Costa's ANNA C narrows the timeframe to no earlier than 1947.
Thanks to the help of many, ID'd as the immune grant ship Assimina at Genoa, spring of 1951.
The ship in this little (8" x 6") oil painting is a passenger liner of the early years of the twentieth century. She has a dark navy hull with red boot-topping and a white superstructure, with a vertical prow and counter stern; her bridge is forward (with prominent bridge wings) and...