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Around The World In Non-Stop Flight – Strength Magazine – March, 1930

It’s all over now, and enough time has since passed to demonstrate that nobody else is likely to come along and throw a monkey-wrench in the works before this article reaches the dear public, so a few casual remarks on what those two St. Louis fellows, ‘Forest O’Brine and Dale Jackson, did last summer ought not be· such a foul ball. Anyway, everybody went can~ry-wild when the huge army tri-motored “Question Mark” carried on in yeoman fashion for some 15 I hours or so, and all the experts set in figuring and proving all about how the ultimate had been attained, and all that, both in terms of men and machinery, if you can call a dainty flying contraption that weighs several tons by that name.

Stark CenterUniversity of Texas