The Air & Space Travel Historic Newspaper Set includes complete newspaper reprints that cover the following four major events:
Charles Lindbergh's Historic Non-Stop, 33 and a half hour, Trans-Atlantic, flight with the "Spirit of St. Louis", from Roosevelt Field on May 20 1927, to Le Bourget Airport the following day.
Amelia Earhart, the noted American aviatrix, pioneer and author, was lost in a flight around the world on July 2, 1937.
John Glenn was the first American to orbit the Earth, aboard the "Friendship 7" on February 20, 1962; he was circling the globe three times during a flight that lasted close to five hours.
The "small step for man, one giant leap for mankind". On July 21, Neil Armstrong became the man to walk on the Moon during the Apollo 11 mission.
The Air & Space Travel Historic Newspaper Set presents the news as it was written, directly after these memorable and historic events took place. The Air & Space Travel Historic Newspaper Set makes a wonderful educational resource and is a must have for history buffs.
These are full sized newspapers- dimensions are 22.8" x 16.9".
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