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#c1 Air Mail Cover And Some Information.

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Flying the "HELL STRETCH" -This one made it!
A PDF write up on the airline and routes and pilots. Absolutely, in my opinion, a wonderful read. This is local to me as I have lived around Bellefonte all my life and know exactly what landmarks the article describes.

It is very likely that Capt. Charles Hayden, A WWI. U.S. Army Air Corps flying ace, flew this cover. He was quite the man and with a very colorful history. There are more than just him that are contenders but he seemed the most likely from what I could dig up.


the received mark (undefined and poorly struck)-

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