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    K.L.M. Imperial Airways Scrapbook and Commemorative Newspaper. The scrapbook (13.25" x 10.25") contains nearly twenty B/W photographs - some as large as 9" x 7" - of mostly K.L.M. airplanes from the 1930s, along with other related images and articles. The photos show the interiors of planes, seaplanes, planes in flight, and more. Many of the photos bear the photographer's stamps on the verso.

    Also included is the Royal Gazette, June 17, 1957 (Bermuda's only daily newspaper), celebrating the "20th Anniversary of the First Passenger Flights Between Bermuda and the United States 1937-1957." Toned, but still in fine condition.

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    September, 2011
    13th-14th Tuesday-Wednesday
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