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The E.B. Hopkins Collection, no. 10 - National Air Races and Aeronautical Exposition (1928)
Hamon Arts Library - SMU
Silent |
1928 |
| English
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  • Highlights
    Famous aviator Charles Lindbergh takes over Lieutenant J.J. Williams, who was killed during the first day's events, to lead the Three Musketeers
    Colonel Arthur Goebel sets a new record time of 23 hours and 50 minutes in his flight from New York to Los Angeles
    Third day of the carnival, including another performance by the Three Musketeers
    Parachute-jumping contest