|Title||In the Northwest, It's the Northwest Airways|
|Call#||HE9803.N65 N67x 1991|
|Author||Northwest Airways, Inc.|
Originally published in 1929 by Northwest Airways. Reprinted in 1991, with the help and cooperation of Northwest Airlines, and given the cover title: A Million Miles without an Accident.
Consists mainly of large captioned black-and-white photographs from the 1920s of Northwest Airways' planes, airports, and cities served by Northwest at the time. Northwest Airways began operations on October 1, 1926, and by March 31, 1929, had flown one million passenger miles and never "injured a passenger, scratched a pilot, or washed out a ship."
Includes a page of photos and mini-biographies of key personnel: Charles W. (Speed) Holman, Operating Manager; Chadwick B. Smith, Chief Pilot; Walter Bullock, Senior Pilot; James B. La Mort, Chief Ship Mechanic; Andrew W. Hufford, Chief Motor Mechanic.
|Physical Description||32 pp., chiefly illustrations ; 24 x 30 cm|
Holman, Charles Willis, 1898-1931
Ford 5-AT Tri-Motor
Stinson SB-1 Detroiter
Laird LC-RJ Speedwing
Chicago, Il.--Airport--Midway (MDW)
Minneapolis/St. Paul, Mn.--Airport (MSP)
St. Paul, Mn.
Madison, Wi.--Airport (MSN)
Milwaukee, Wi.--Airport (MKE)
Mechanics, Aviation (Science)
Cities & towns
Lakes & ponds
|Credit line||Northwest Airlines|