Cruise Ship Ladies


Snapshot, 1930s
During the Great Depression, many American women did not have money for lavish vacations. However, the did enjoy greater independence than ever before, as well as freedom of movement and access to new modes of transportation. When funds were available, short excursions with friends were still common among the American middle class.

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SKU: cruise-ship-ladies


Printed on high-quality matte cardstock, this 4.25″ x 5.5″ card is blank on the inside.
Historical information shown above is printed on the back of the card.
Includes matching envelope and clear protective sleeve for mailing.
(“Thanks to Her” watermark does not appear on the front of the printed cards.)