To Nederland Line.

The back of the booklet provides a rather modern-looking collage of labels which were collectibles already in the 1920s - and even more so today

The Pieter Corneliszoon Hooft (14,642 grt, 540 ft. long) was delivered to the Nederland Line in 1926,
many months delayed caused by a fire affecting her passenger accomodations.
Another fire at Amsterdam in 1932 ended her short life.
Many of the photos of decks and interiors below appear to be from this ship,
although the Christiaan Huygens (15,637 grt) was the flagship of the line of the day.
Two larger vessels are listed in the booklet as "building":
Johan van Oldenbarnevelt and Marnix van St. Aldegonde, both of c. 19,000 grt. and completed in 1930.

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Then please credit them as being from the collection of Björn Larsson,
and preferably provide a link to my Introduction page.
Thank you!

This page last updated December 17, 2005.