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Name Swedish American Line
Number of Archive records 14.0
Number of Photo records 3.0

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Oliver Anderson Linder clippings - MSS P:7

The collection includes approximately 17, 000 clippings reflecting Linder's interest in the daily lives of the Swedish immigrants, specifically the Swedish American press; religion, especially the Augustana Synod and its churches and pastors; Social welfare issues; Education; The influence of Swedish in English and Swedish-American literature; Industry and business; Art and Artists.

Emigrant Ships, Card, Etc. - SAC P:298

Advertisement from Swedish American Line (Svenska Amerika Linjen) ship MS Gripsholm and invitation cards to cocktails aboard the ship. The MS Gripsholm took it's maiden voyage on November 21, 1925 from Gothenburg (Göteborg) to New York. Due to World War II the Gripsholm was taken out of service on November 24, 1939. From 1942 - 1946 the ship was charted to the U.S. for use as a repatriation vessel. After being rebuild in 1950, the Gripsholm was sold to North German Lloyd in 1953.

Image of G. N. Swan papers - MSS P:6 Series XIV Item 7

G. N. Swan papers - MSS P:6 Series XIV Item 7

Printed pamphlet of "N. & S. Summer Tours - Sommer Touren". Presented by Nyman & Schultz' Travel Bereau. Includes points of interest and offered summer tours of Stockholm and nearby cities in Sweden, and tours with the Blue Bus. Also includes maps and pictures of popular sites in Sweden.

Image of G. N. Swan papers - MSS P:6 Series XIV Item 8

G. N. Swan papers - MSS P:6 Series XIV Item 8

Printed pamphlet of "Tourist Routes through Sweden". "Suggested and Planned by The State Railways Travel Bureau, Station Buildings, Drottningtorget, Gothenburg." Includes information about tours of Sweden, The Swedish State Railways Travel Bureaux, and the Swedish American Line.

Image of G. N. Swan papers - MSS P:6 Series XIV Item11

G. N. Swan papers - MSS P:6 Series XIV Item11

Printed pamphlet of "So You're Going to Sweden." Written by Clara E. Laughlin, founder and director of The CLara Laughlin Travel Services, of Chicago and New York. Published by the Swedish American Line. Includes her writings on points of interest in Sweden along with pictures and maps. Also includes information about the Swedish American Line.

Image of G. N. Swan papers - MSS P:6 Series XIV Item15

G. N. Swan papers - MSS P:6 Series XIV Item15

Printed pamphlet of "Sweden: The Land of Bright Summernights." Includes information about Sweden including historical survey, and Swedish art and culture. Also includes information about popular places in Sweden with maps and pictures along with information about the Swedish American Line.

Image of G. N. Swan papers - MSS P:6 Series XIV Item45

G. N. Swan papers - MSS P:6 Series XIV Item45

Printed pamphlet of "To Enjoy Europe- Take the 'High-Way'." Provides information about the Swedish American Line, the Atlantic-Mediterranean Express, and the Alpine Travel Service. Includes sample tours, description of locations, pictures, and maps.

Image of G. N. Swan papers - MSS P:6 Series XIV Item49

G. N. Swan papers - MSS P:6 Series XIV Item49

Printed pamphlet of " Göta Canal: Sweden's World-famed Tourist Route." "Gothenburg-Stockholm (or vice versa)." Provides information about the canal and the tour route with pictures. Also includes prices and information about the Swedish American Line.

Image of G. N. Swan papers - MSS P:6 Series XIV Item50

G. N. Swan papers - MSS P:6 Series XIV Item50

Printed pamphlet of " Göta Canal: Sweden's World-famed Tourist Route." "Gothenburg-Stockholm (or vice versa)." Provides information about the canal and the tour route with pictures. Also includes prices and information about the Swedish American Line.

Image of G. N. Swan papers - MSS P:6 Series XIV Item61

G. N. Swan papers - MSS P:6 Series XIV Item61

Printed pamphlet of "The Port and Free Harbour of Gothenburg Sweden." "Compliments of the Swedish American Line." Provides a historical survey of Gothenburg, a general description of the port of Gothenburg, a description of the free harbour at Gothenburg, and a short description of shipyards and docks. Also includes historical pictures along with numerous pictures of the harbour, ports, and docks.

Image of G. N. Swan papers - MSS P:6 Series XIV Item80

G. N. Swan papers - MSS P:6 Series XIV Item80

Printed pamphlet of "Hembygdsfästen i Värmland." Includes information regarding the Värmland festival. Also includes sample one or two day tours of Sweden and a photograph and information regarding the Student singers.

Image of G. N. Swan papers - MSS P:6 Series XIV Item99

G. N. Swan papers - MSS P:6 Series XIV Item99

Printed pamphlet of "Map of New York - Hotel Herald Square." Provides a street map of New York. Also includes information about the Herald Square Hotel and the Swedish American Line.

Image of G. N. Swan papers - MSS P:6 SeriesXIV Item121

G. N. Swan papers - MSS P:6 SeriesXIV Item121

Printed table of "Det Forenede Dampskibs-Selska B. Aktieselskab. Skandinavien-Amerika Linie. Avis- ooh Frågolista." Provides a table of information to be filled out by travelers on the Swedish-American Line and those going to United States school. Question includes information such as gender, marriage status, and hair color.

Image of Allan Kastrup collection. The Swedish American News Exchange.

Allan Kastrup collection. The Swedish American News Exchange. -

This photograph shows Prince Bertil and the Official Swedish Delegation arriving in New York on June 29th, 1948. They arrived by air travel on the Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS). Top of the stairs down: Einar Sjögren, Dr. Nanna Svartz, Gunnar Hirdman (next to Dr. Nanna Svartz), Dr. Gunnar Granberg (leaning behind Prince Bertil), Prince Bertil. Men standing to left of plane stairs, left to right: unknown, Arthur W. Wallander (New York City Police Commissioner 1945-1949). Men standing under the wing, right side of photo, from left to right: Lennart K Nylander (Swedish Consul General in New York), George Hedman (Scandinavian Airlines System, SAS), and Gustav Hilmer Lundbeck Jr.

Image of Allan Kastrup collection. The Swedish American News Exchange.

Allan Kastrup collection. The Swedish American News Exchange. -

This photograph shows Prince Bertil and the Official Swedish Delegation arriving in New York on June 29th, 1948. They arrived by air travel on the Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS). Starting at the top of the stairs: Per Sandberg, Bertil Kugelberg (light hat), Einar Sjögren (next to Bertil), Dr. Nanna Svartz, Gunnar Hirdman (looking down), Dr. Gunnar Granberg (facing right), at the bottom of the stairs is Prince Bertil, shaking hands with Arthur W. Wallander (New York City Police Commissioner from 1945-1949). To Prince Bertil's left is Lennart K. Nylander (Swedish Consul General in New York), and on the far right of the photograph is Gustav Hilmer Lundbeck Jr. (Swedish American Li

Image of Allan Kastrup collection. The Swedish American News Exchange.

Allan Kastrup collection. The Swedish American News Exchange. -

This photograph shows Prince Bertil and the Official Swedish Delegation arriving in New York on June 29th, 1948. They arrived by air travel on the Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS). In front: Arthur W. Wallander (New York City Police Commissioner from 1945-1949) [left], Prince Bertil [right]. Behind: Einar Sjögren [light hat, top of stairs], Bertil Kugelberg [dark hat, top of stairs], Gunnar Hirdman [dark hat, face hidden], Dr. Nanna Svartz [dark hat with bow], Dr. Gunnar Granberg [no hat], Lennart K. Nylander [dark suit, right].