On the Ship Art site I said that pictures of the vessels were nice, but hardly a memento of your voyage. No one spent their time observing the ship from a distance; you spent your time in the rooms, public and private, and records of these seem scarce online.

Well. A week later I found a pamphlet for the flagship of the Panama-Pacific Line, and it's almost entirely interiors. We'll get a good look at the styles fo the times and the modern rooms in which people slept, or laid moaning with a bucket nearby.

As you can tell from the illustration, this from the 30s, when sea levels were several miles lower than they are today.