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The 1937 edition.  It’s 4 x 7″ and, ta da!, it opens out to this:

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Martin M-130 Clipper (there were three made for Pan Am starting in 1935: The China Clipper, The Philippine Clipper and the Hawaii Clipper) (one more, I found out, was made for the Soviet Union: the Russian Clipper) (parenthetically write much?)  The other aircraft could be an artist’s rendition of a DC-2, which Pan-Am was also flying in the 1930s.
This pamphlet lists all the departure and destination points for Pan Am in 1937.  They were all over the place.

About Bob Lawrence

artist, photographer, reader, anime fan (waning interest), poet

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