His works include: My Enemy: The Motor (1908), The Need of Change (1909), Paris a la Carte (1912), Ship-Bored (1912), American Adventures: A Second Trip 'Abroad at Home' (1917), Mysterious Japan (1921), The Country Cousin (with Booth ...
Author: Julian Street
Julian Leonard Street (1879-1947) was an American author. He was a reporter on the New York Mail and Express (later the Evening Mail) in 1899 and had charge of its dramatic department in 1900-01. His writings were characterized by a rather obvious but yet a genuine sense of humour. His works include: My Enemy: The Motor (1908), The Need of Change (1909), Paris a la Carte (1912), Ship-Bored (1912), American Adventures: A Second Trip 'Abroad at Home' (1917), Mysterious Japan (1921), The Country Cousin (with Booth Tarkington) (1921), Rita Coventry (1922), Cross-Sections (1923), Where Paris Dines (1929), Wines (1933) and Men, Machines and Morals (1942).
Table of Contents Whatever the effect of "Ship-Bored" upon others, its publication has exerted a very definite effect ... J.S. NEW YORK , January, 1912.
Author: Julian Street
Publisher: Good Press
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This is shown in a satire Ship-Bored from 1912, written by an American: “As to ourselves, we were not even up there [on deck], but were sitting in the ...
Author: Birgit Braasch
Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster
The book highlights facets of people's experiences since the 19th century with Atlantic space and the design of their stay on board ships. The contributions range from the perspective of pleasure-seeking tourists, who used ships as a temporary, luxurious homes to the perspective of military personnel, who perceived the Atlantic Passage as a transition between homeland security and potentially dangerous professional operations - the risks of sea voyages even on technically sophisticated ocean liners, whose interiors and services often include grand hotels in the metropolises of the late 19th and 20th century, were discreetly ignored by the passengers. The charm of the Atlantic and the ship, unthinkable in earlier times, should not be decimated in any way.
STREET , JULIAN , " Ship - Bored " Dodd Mead & Co. , New York , 1924 . ... The Sinking of the S.S. Titanic April 14th - 15th 1912 " Philadelphia , 1912 .
Author: Michael J. Anuta
Publisher: Genealogical Publishing Com
This work is a resource of pictures of ships which engaged in transporting our ancestors to the North American continent, mostly in the last one hundred fifty years"--Introduction.
STREET , JULIAN , Ship - Bored . New York , 1912 . Titanic Disaster , Hearings before a sub - committee of the Committee of Commerce , US Senate . Sen.
Author: Terry Coleman
Publisher: Lane, Allen
The story of the great and beautiful ships, built for speed and comfort, that regularly plied between Europe and America on the North Atlantic route. It is the story of a line in ship design that runs from Brunel's Great Eastern through the early Cunarders and the might German ships of the late nineteenth century, to the Queen Mary, the Queen Elizabeth, the Normandie, the United States and, finally the QE2.