Watchf AP A  MA USA APHS343334 Admiral Richard E. Byrd’s Antarctic Expedition

Admiral Richard E. Byrd - Antarctic Expedition

Huge biplane, driven by two 175-H.P. engines, has been accepted by representatives of Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd for use on his second Antarctic Exploration trip, which takes off from Boston, Massachusetts on September 25. Pilots William Bowlin and Harold June, who will fly the ship for Admiral Byrd are standing beside the aircraft on Sept. 9, 1933. June is at right. (AP Photo)

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September 09, 1933 12:00:00 AM
July 27, 2011 03:33:24 PM
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Standing Hands Behind Back Expertise Propeller Air Vehicle Transportation
Boston, MASSACHUSETTS, United States
APHS343334
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