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A few more feathers and he'll soon be flying
This cartoon celebrates American aviation accomplishments in 1927. A smiling "American Public" depicted as a mustachioed man wearing a frock coat and bowler hat assumes a diving position in a large nest on a tree branch. Behind him is a cracked egg labeled "Airplane Invention U.S.A." A number of wings emerge from the man's back marked "Lindbergh Triumph," "Chamberlin-Levine Accomplishment," "Maitland-Hegenberger Success," "Byrd-Acosta Flight," and "Growing Confidence in Aviation." Below the nest, the sky is marked with "Travel By Air."
18.4 x 15.8 cm
black and white
- still image
- These materials are either in the public domain, according to U.S. copyright law, or permission has been obtained from rights owners. The digital version and supplementary materials are available for all educational uses worldwide.
- The Janet A. Ginsburg Chicago Tribune Image Collection
- Chicago Sunday Tribune (July 10, 1927), n.p.