Port of Call leaflet for Melbourne issued to passengers travelling on the P&O Line ship SS Iberia in 1955-1956. It was collected by Donald Dott during his travels between Australia and Europe in 1954-1956.

Many ships such as the SS Iberia carried both tourists and immigrants, and documents such as dinner menus, luggage labels, and King Neptune certificates were provided to all passengers.

Physical Description

Leaflet of light blue and black print on white paper that opens to reveal a map of Central Melbourne with a table of places of interest. On the back is information on Melbourne including notes on population, climatic conditions, landing and baggage, local conveyances, banks, chief railway communications, local steamship communications and church services. The front cover has two light blue lines of arrows at the top and bottom. It has P&O printed in custom light blue text, other light blue text and black text above an illustration of a globe with Australia facing forwards. All other text is printed in black. The map is printed in black and water areas are printed in solid light blue. The back pages have single lines of light blue arrows at top and bottom.

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