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This envelope, canceled on July 1, 1924, was carried on the first transcontinental "through schedule involving night flying" airmail trip made by U.S. Post Office Department airmail pilots
This envelope, canceled on July 1, 1924, was carried on the first transcontinental "through schedule involving night flying" airmail trip made by U.S. Post Office Department airmail pilots. Notice the Air Mail Service's emblem of a circle between wings.
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