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Maasdam IV Maasdam IV

Dutch Heritage Ceramic Wall Plaque

by Heppner, Sheldon, design

Delft blue-style tiles make great gifts, specifically for immigration anniversaries, reunions and family gatherings. A sister ship of the Ryndam, both ships were the first two-class liners with heavy tourist-class dominance. The Maasdam made her maiden voyage from Rotterdam-Montreal-New York on August 11, 1952. She survived the drop in the demand for Atlantic Ocean travel the longest, as the Polish-owned Stefan Batory. Various Maasdam IV passengers contributed their recollections to the book To All Our Children.

The Project I Remember welcomes the participation of Dutch immigrant families and others who crossed the Atlantic Ocean aboard the Maasdam IV by adding diaries, recollections, and photographs to the immigration memory project.

The 6"x6" (15cmx15cm) plaques have protective cork feet for surface use and a hanger for display on walls. They are packaged and shipped in styrofoam-lined boxes. These plaques can be found throughout North America at thousands of Dutch immigrant homes. PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS PRODUCT IS NOT AVAILABLE CURRENTLY.

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