|Title||Pan American Polar Flight|
|Collection||Pan American Promotional Objects|
|Object Name||Sign, Advertising|
|Description||White painted wood sign with a globe, route map and text in gold, red and blue colors: "Pan American Polar Flight / Over the Top of the World / London, Paris, Europe"|
|Provenance||Travel agency sign promoting Pan American's northern route to Europe. On September 13, 1957, Pan American Douglas DC-7C Clippers began flying the Arctic "great circle" or "polar route" direct from San Francisco and Los Angeles to London and Paris. Seattle to London polar service began on September 16.|
Pan American World Airways (Pan Am)
Arctic (North Pole)
Los Angeles, Ca.
San Francisco, Ca.
|Credit line||Delta Flight Museum|