Travel diary along with itinerary, charted courses, pictures, and mementos kept by Beatrice Livingstone, wife of Lieutenant John Livingstone. Contains records of the travels of Beatrice L. Livingstone on Navy ships and cruise liners from 1926-1929. Ships include the USS Chaumont, SS President Madison, SS President Jackson, and SS Malolo. Ephemera includes newspapers, tickets, maps, telegrams, cablegrams, and pamphlets from the Panama Canal Zone, the Pacific coast of the United States, Manila, Shanghai, Peking, Kyoto, and Tokyo. Includes detailed descriptions, photographs of Beatrice Livingstone and her party, and maps from the USS Chaumont route from Annapolis, Maryland to Manila, Philippines in 1926 with stops in Guantanamo, Cuba; Coco Solo, Panama Canal Zone; San Diego, California; San Pedro, California; San Francisco, California; Honolulu, Hawaii; and Guam. Excursions from Manila include visits to Shanghai and Peking, China as well as the Yangtze River. Later trips include ephemera and photographs from Kyoto and Tokyo, Japan.
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