Pan American Boeing 314 - Yankee Clipper, USA
Pan American Boeing 314 - Yankee Clipper - USA. IN service 1939-1943 - crashed in Portugal when coming in 'to dock' when the wing hit the sea when turning. Of the 39 people on board, 24 died. Date: circa 1940
© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection
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USA, North Carolina, Cape Hatteras National Saeshore, Buxton, Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, b
USA, North Carolina, Cape Hatteras National Saeshore, Buxton, Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, b. 1870, tallest brick structure in the US
© Walter Bibikow / DanitaDelimont.com
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COOPER: DEERSLAYER, 1925. The Native American with his tomahawk charges Deerslayer [Natty Bumppo]
COOPER: DEERSLAYER, 1925.
The Native American with his tomahawk charges Deerslayer [Natty Bumppo]: illustration by N.C. Wyeth to a 1925 edition of 'The Deerslayer' by James Fenimore Cooper.
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