[mid to late 1920s] Bermuda becomes a popular destination

In the early 20th century, as modern transport and communication systems developed, Bermuda became a popular destination for wealthy American, Canadian and British tourists arriving by frequent steamship service.

In the first picture is Charles Gerald Roosen, the mayor of Delano, Minnesota, with his daughter Lotta Roosen Bachman in a wickerwork pedal chair cab; driver unidentified.

Hamilton and the harbour, 1926 (click to enlarge)

Passengers on cruise ship at port in Hamilton, 1929

Honeymoon couple in Bermuda, 1929

Girl on balustrade, 1929

Visitor from USA enjoys a legal beer during prohibition, 1929

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