SPECIAL EVENT!
75TH ANNIVERSARY OF
THE QUEEN MARY'S LAUNCH:
A DINNER CELEBRATION ABOARD!

SATURDAY, SEPT. 26 , 2009
2:00 PM — ? ? ?
CARONIA ROOM &
“SIR WINSTON’S” SPORTS
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Events:

The SSHSA hosts quarterly meetings with guest lecturers who conduct presentations on topics ranging from modern cruise ships to the ever-popular Titanic. Meetings are free for SSHSA members, RMS Queen Mary Foundation members and guests of the Queen Mary.

For more information on the society's activities see the national website at SSHSA.Net . For more information about the Queen Mary please visit the website at Queen Mary.Com .

For contact information and addresses, please see our Locations page.


Below is an example of the many special events the SSHSA Southern California Chapter hosts:

RMS QUEEN MARY FOUNDATION PRESENTS
"THE ONLY WAY TO CROSS"
By World-Renowned Historian and Lecturer
John Maxtone-Graham

DATE: Friday, November 10, 2006
TIME: 6:30pm reception; Complimentary refreshments will be served
7:30pm lecture
PLACE: RMS Queen Mary –
Royal Salon (former 1st class smoking room; Promenade Deck Aft)
COST:

$20.00 per person.
All proceeds go to benefit the RMS Queen Mary Foundation to preserve and restore the art and interiors of the historic RMS Queen Mary


John Maxtone-Graham is one of the world’s most articulate maritime historians. On Friday evening, November 10, 2006, he will give a one-hour illustrated talk, a deft and evocative history of those Cunard immortals that contributed so much to the legendary passages documented in his authoritative book “The Only Way To Cross”.

Informative, entertaining and devastatingly well informed, Maxtone-Graham is a consummate performer.

He spends more than half his year lecturing to cruise ship passengers all over the world and is delighted to re-embark aboard the Mary exactly half a century after he crossed eastbound on her from New York to Southampton, Captain Bill Law in command.

At a reception before the talk, he will sign books that are for sale on board. Audience members who already have their own volumes should bring them along for dedication and signature.


RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED!
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