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E. C. Hubbard standing with William Boeing Hubbard
E. C. Hubbard (l) standing with William Boeing (r). Hubbard worked as a contract for Boeing shortly after he left the airmail service in January 1919. On March 3, 1919, the pair carried the first U.S. international airmail. Their flight, in the Boeing Model C aircraft, was made between Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, to Seattle, Washington in the United States.
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