Christmas Dinner on the RMS Olympic

by John MacFarlane 2013

RMS Olympic Christmas Menu

RMS Olympic Christmas Dinner Menu 1920 (Photograph courtesy of Bill Little collection)

A Surrey BC colleague, Bill Little, recently shared the image of a Christmas Dinner menu from the RMS Olympic.

Ceorge Bristol

George Charles Bristol, who saved the menu as a souvenir of his voyage. (Photo from the Bill Little collection.)

The menu was saved by a relation, George Charles Bristol (1889–1972), who sailed from Southampton arriving in New York City on December 22nd, 1920.


The RMS Olympic (Photo from the Wikipedia collection.)

Olympic enjoyed a long and illustrious career of 24 years, from 1911 to 1935. She was the largest ocean liner in the world, interrupted only by the brief career of the slightly larger Titanic from 1911–1913.

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MacFarlane, John M. (2013) Christmas Dinner on the RMS Olympic. 2013.

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