|Repository:||Georgia Historical Society|
|Creator:||Ocean Steamship Company of Savannah.|
|Title:||Ocean Steamship Company of Savannah architectural drawings and photographs|
|Extent:||1.1 cubic feet (1 folder, 1 roll)|
The Ocean Steamship Company of Savannah, which was generally known as the Savannah Line, was founded in 1872 to operate passenger and cargo steamships between Savannah, Georgia, and New York, New York. This company was a subsidiary of the Central of Georgia Railway and was integral in moving cotton from Georgia and Alabama to New York and Boston, Massachusetts over the next seventy years. In 1951, the company was liquidated due to the establishment of an effective national highway network.
This collection contains twenty four black and white photographs taken by Burke Walter and photocopies of architectural drawings of the Ocean Steamship Company in Savannah, Georgia from 1914 to 1951. Also included is an index to the photographs with a detailed description for each photograph in this collection.
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