In Partnership With

July 28, 1928

The Sikorsky S-38

The National Air Tour

Keystone Production

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The Sikorsky S-38

New Amphibian Powered With Two Pratt Whitney "Wasp" Engines Has a High Speed of 129,5 M. P. H.

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The National Air Tour

Unsettled Weather Causes Slight Change in Tacoma to Spokane Route and All Entries Check In at Vancouver

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Keystone Production

Modern Methods and Equipment Enable the Keystone Aircraft Corp. to Manufacture a Quality Product on Schedule

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The Bird Biplane

A Three Place Open Cockpit Biplane Made by Brunner & Winkle Aircraft Corp. and Powered With an OX-5 Engine

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Collyer and Mears Set Record in Circling Globe

Journey Made in 23 Days, 15 Hrs. After Long Trip Through Fog to N. Y.

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Side Slips

Recently the largest air beacon in the world was dedicated in Chicago with appropriate ceremonies and speeches on the part of mayors and prominent aeronautical personages. During the entire ceremony 18 airplanes representing numerous outlying towns flew overhead.

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New Whirlwind Engines Tested

Aviation Writers Witness Trial Runs and Inspect Plant

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New Plane Uses “Jenny” Fuselage

Is Monoplane with a Special Wing Produced by Company in Boulder, Col.

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Catapult Placed on Ocean Liner

Ile de France Begins Ship-Shore Service August 13 with Amphibian

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Ryan Mechanics Producing Plane

Similar to “Lone Eagle" Having Steel Tube Structure Throughout

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