Passengers enjoy socializing in The Social Hall on the S.S. Leviathan of the United States Lines circa 1923. Like all the other rooms of the Leviathan this one has decorations for both winter and summer. The summer curtains will be of the hand-blocked linen with bouquets taken from a famous Van Hueysen flower painting. There is also a magnificent lacquered screen, especially painted by Robert W. Chandler. The carpets were especially woven and copied from some of the most famous Persian rugs.