The Philippine Clipper, one of Pan Am's M-130s, brought some of America's first reports of the war front back from Wake Island

Title

The Philippine Clipper, one of Pan Am's M-130s, brought some of America's first reports of the war front back from Wake Island

Description

Image from page 14 of brochure entitled "The First 50 Years of Pan Am" summarizing the airline's history and services. Summary of accompanying text: The Philippine Clipper, a Martin M-130 flying boat, was gunned down by the Japanese on Wake Island shortly after the attack on Pearl Harbor but managed to make a heroic escape back to San Francisco to report some of the nation's first accounts of the war in the Pacific.

Creator

Pan American World Airways, Inc.

Date

1977?

Type

Still Image

Identifier

asm03410013190014001

Coverage

1970-1979

Is Part Of

This item is part of object asm03410013190014001. To request this item, use this number to search for it in UM Libraries' Digital Collections.

Citation

Pan American World Airways, Inc., “The Philippine Clipper, one of Pan Am's M-130s, brought some of America's first reports of the war front back from Wake Island,” UM Libraries Digital Exhibits, accessed June 26, 2019, http://scholar.library.miami.edu/digital/items/show/1616.

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