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(1930) - Tema: Göteborg
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Preface.



Many tourists think there is nothing to see in
Gothenburg and therefore continue their journey to other
parts of Sweden as quickly as possible. We have
however been requested by several tourists who have
visited Gothenburg and been delighted with it to
publish a booklet in English, giving a few plain facts
about Gothenburg and its seaside and inland
watering places. Therefore we adopt the slogan ”Say
it with Pictures” and accordingly place a selection
before you with all kinds of information, more
especially about summer and winter sports etc. As this
is the first edition we should be very pleased to
receive criticism and suggestions in order to improve
the next edition
which we intend to publish later on.

We take this opportunity of referring tourists and
business men to the ”Port of Gothenburg Year Book
1930” just published by the Harbour Engineers
Torsten Hultin and Gustaf Westberg, giving all
details of the Harbour as the centre of Shipping to
all parts of the World from Sweden and other
Scandinavian countries. For further particulars about
Gothenburg we refer to the guide book, written by
the late Stadsrevisor Axel Ramm and translated into
English by the Rev. Charles Baldwin, formerly
Chaplain of St. Andrew’s English Church and also
English Vice-Consul. This book can be obtained at
any book shops or stores in Gothenburg.

A Pocket Guide to Gothenburg, issued free by the
Swedish American Line can be obtained at their
offices in America and Sweden.

Gothenburg, May 1930. ”Still going strong.”

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