1910s pamphlet for San Francisco and Portland Steam Ship Company

$35.00 CAD

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Covers San Francisco Portland and Los Angeles Route and History:

  • Drake’s Bay
  • Entering the Columbia River
  • The American Occupation
  • Salmon History
  • Lumber Trade
  • Portland
  • San Pedro
  • Pasadena
  • ….


Packed with photos: interior shots of S.S. Bear and S.S. Beaver, S.S. Rose City…

Floor plans for all three ships

Back pages have information for passengers and list of Agents.

Printed by Wynkoop Hallenbeck Crawford Co. New York

Nice colors.

Rust on staples with slight transfer to paper. Delicate - one ‘set’ of pages detached.

16 pages.

Folded: 4” x 9”


The Pacific Coast Steamship Company was an important early shipping company that operated steamships on the west coast of North America. Organized in 1867 under the name of Goodall, Nelson and Perkins the company. The Goodall, Nelson & Perkins Steamship Company was formed in 1875, but a year later reorganized as the Pacific Coast Steamship Company. In 1916 the Admiral Line bought the shipping interests of the company.