US First Flights
Juliette Low, Girl Scout #974
BSA 50th Anniversary #1145
This is a 3 September 1950 flight on Air mail route 82 [AM82] that crisscrossed Texas.
This is a 5 September 1950 flight on Air mail route 82 [AM82] from Mission to San Antonio, Texas. The letter then went by surface mail to Mountain View, CA.
Official cacheted 1st Air Mail Flight Cover (AM-98) from Natchez, MS to New Orleans, LA. Cover is postmarked on the front from Natchez on January 15, 1951. This is leg 98S34 of # AM-98. There were only 1633 pieces of mail on this leg.
This cover was canceled 25 August 1952 at Knoxville to commemorate the start of the first air mail flight (AM flight 87) from Knoxville, Tenn. to Richmond, VA. It is backstamped at Roanoke, VA the same day. The cover is signed by the Postmaster, Seaton Garret.
This was the first flight from Miami, Oklahoma, Sep. 4, 1952 aboard AM107.
This cover was canceled 4 April 1953 at Green Bay, Wisconsin to commemorate the start of the first Wisconsin Central Airlines airmail flight from Green Bay to Houghton, Michigan. Backstamped at Houghton on the same day. The pilot for this flight was Leland Molbreak.