You, Too Can Be an Army Aviator by C. Weimer - Art Print
Travel & Leisure during the Heyday of Commercial Air Travel when Flying was exciting and foreign locations exotic. Cover for the September 1939 issue of Air Trails magazine. As a wartime publication, space was dedicated to recruiting for the Army Air Corps, pre-cursor to the Air Force. The image shows a large cargo plane flying over the Golden Gate bridge and a cruise ship sailing underneath.
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