At the time this photograph was taken the R.M.S. Calgaric would have likely been sailing for the White Star Line on the Liverpool to Canada Route. Following her maiden voyage in 1917, as Orca, a transport and cargo ship, she was finally refitted to an ocean liner in 1921 and sailed extensively until 1930. The detail in this photograph is quite nice right down to the flutter of the aft flag. It appears that something heavy left a light impression on the front of the card, but no staining. There are a couple of narrow red lines on the print above the stack. The condition is nice other wise, with no creases and the corners in very nice condition. It is postmarked June 15, 1927 and bears a Canadian two cent stamp, postmarked QUEBEC. "Holiday This Year In Canada." Hand written in pencil the writer speaks of music and dancing on board.
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