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See Scotland First 1927

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The Romantic Gate to the Old World

The ideal way to the Old World, through the natural Gateway of Ancient Caledonia— Scotland, land of mists and mystery; rugged Highlands in the North; romantic Lowlands in the South; and all around, Lochs, Rivers and Firths.

Beautiful Edinburgh; great old Castles; thriving Glasgow; the picturesque Hebrides, snug little Orkneys and Shetlands.

Wallace, Bruce, Queen Mary, Bannockburn and Scottish Independence. Then gallant Sir Walter, his beautiful poems and enchanting novels.

And such great Salmon in Loch Lomond — such thrilling Golf on ancient Links. All at this Open Door to Europe.

A freshly interesting and a surprisingly delightful way to travel to any part of the Old World. Four new Anchor Liners, second to none in equipment, solid travel-comfort and high-standard service. These splendid ships are just like a friendly club. Moderate cost and only seven days from New York to Glasgow. See your local agent or write to 25 Broadway, N. Y. C.

ANCHOR LINE advertisement in The Literary Digest for April 16, 1927

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