The Dollar Line, 1923.
Softcover. Good. Six-panel folding brochure promoting the The Dollar Line's Yangtze River steamer service. Covers lightly soiled, moderate general wear from handling. According to the text, travelers to China who only visit Shanghai or Canton are missing the "real" China -- "the 'Chinese' China, teeming with its ancient native life and activity--where things remain largely as they were in the great beginning....This is the China of the Mandarin, of temple and josshouse, of crowded, bustling, and colorful cities, of ancient and curious people and primitve customs--a vast Celestial Kingdom of...astounding contrasts, strange methods, and unparalleled beauty." Includes details of the steamers, fares, and itinerary.