The M.S. Pilsudski was an ocean liner owned by the Gdynia-America Line and named for Jozef Pilsudski, Marshal of Poland. The Gdynia-America Line was organized in 1930 by the Polish government to provide passenger service between New York, Halifax, Copenhagen, and Gdynia. The M.S. Pilsudski was launched in 1935, displaced 14,294 tons, and was 531 feet in length. Unfortunately the photo of my aunt Helen Bulak isn't as clear as I would like it to be, but I think the photo is interesting enough on it's own to forgive the lack of clarity.