This page contains various other items in my Pan Am collection (photos, covers, etc.). The contents of this page will change from time to time.
TransPacific Survey Flight Number 1 (April 17, 1935). This is a photograph taken at the arrival of the Sikorsky S-42 NR 823 MPan American Clipper in Hawaii. The back of the photograph has the following text: "Crew of 'Pan American Clipper' receive Honolulu's 'Aloha' upon completion of first trans-Pacific Airmail, April 16-17, 1935 - 18 hours 39 minutes, San Francisco to Honolulu." The back of the photograph is signed by the crew. In the photograph, kneeling, from left to right (and, in the manner in which they signed the back of the photograph):
The image is scanned and digitally enhanced from the original photograph, which is now extremely faded. This photograph was sent by Harry Canaday to friends in Coconut Grove, Florida, in the envelope shown below:
A letter carried on the return leg, TransPacific Survey Flight Number 1 (April 23, 1935) and sent by Jr. Flight Officer H.R. Canaday to friends in Coconut Grove, Florida. Signed by the crew:
A letter carried on the TransPacific Survey Flight Number 4 (October 5 to October 24, 1935) and sent by Jr. Flight Officer H.R. Canaday to friends in Coconut Grove, Florida. Signed by the crew:
This is a cover (envelope with no letter) that was carried on the Martin 130 NC 14716 China Clipper on the first TransPacific Airmail Flight. This cover traveled from San Francisco to Guam.
A Pan American luggage tag.
A travel guide published by Pan Am around 1950. This is a thick, paper-back book that contains information of interest to travelers of every country in the world that Pan Am flew to.
This brochure was included in a packet of materials handed to passengers of Pan Am's Boeing 377 service.