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Prince Rupert Sitka, laska Seward, Alaska Chignik, Alaska

Thousands of Chinese junks greet the world fliers upon their arrival at Shanghai, China.
These vessels proved to be a real hindrance when the aircraft tried to take off.
PETER M. BOWERS COLLECTION


The New Orleans anchored in the bay at Shanghai on June 4, 1924.
MUSEUM OF FLIGHT - WADE COLLECTION #SEB-63


One of the DWCs enters the land-locked harbor at Hong Kong.  PICTORIAL HISTORIES





Photos from the book:  "The First Flight Around The World"         Enhanced by: Vern Bouwman


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