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Map of the Danube River from the guidebook %i1%The Danube from Passau to the Black Sea,%i0% by The First Imperial Royal Priv. Danube Shipping Co., 1913 edition. It was translated from the German by May O'Callaghan and published in Vienna. Inside the back cover is a booklet %i1%General Remarks-Fares; Time-tables, 1914,%i0% that includes information about 'ships, cabins, combined tickets, luggage and attendance in general on the Company's steamers, etc.'
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Passenger Steamer Lines of 'Erste k.k. priv. Donau-Dampfschiffarhts-Gesellschaft.' Vienna. (Austria).
First Imperial and Royal privileged Danube Steamship Company

Map of the Danube River from the guidebook The Danube from Passau to the Black Sea, by The First Imperial Royal Priv. Danube Shipping Co., 1913 edition. It was translated from the German by May O'Callaghan and published in Vienna. Inside the back cover is a booklet General Remarks-Fares; Time-tables, 1914, that includes information about 'ships, cabins, combined tickets, luggage and attendance in general on the Company's steamers, etc.'

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Passenger Steamer Lines of 'Erste k.k. priv. Donau-Dampfschiffarhts-Gesellschaft.' Vienna. (Austria).



First Imperial and Royal privileged Danube Steamship Company

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Using the Map Library

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Sources

The maps are from period publications, maps, magazines, books, and, many of them, postcards. Some are hand drawn.