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FLIGHT SCHOOL: Max Miller's Logbook

Pilot Max Miller kept record of his flights for the airmail service in this book. From November 11, 1919 to August 27, 1920, Max Miller accounted for the travel time on his route, primarily, between Cleveland, Ohio and Bellefonte, Pennsylvania. He used a portion of the book to note his daily expenses on meals, lodging and travel.

Pilot Max Miller's logbook for his 1919 -1920 flights for the U.S. Airmail Service Inside cover of logbook with sketch and Max Miller's signature
Logbook pages showling July 24 to August 20, 1920 record of airfields and flight times Logbook pages showing Max Miller's expenses for late February and early March 1920

(top left) Pilot Max Miller's logbook for his 1919 -1920 flights for the U.S. Airmail Service
(top right) Inside cover with sketch and Max Miller's signature
(bottom left) July 24 to August 20, 1920 record of airfields and flight times
(bottom right) Max Miller's expenses for late February and early March 1920

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