L. A. LAWSON - FIRST DAY COVER SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: A. E. MILLER, R. H. SHORT, B. A. CHESHA, H. D. EDWARDS, W. H. EICHLIN, E. I. COLLINS - HFSID 200538
AIRSHIP: 1937. Philatelic Envelope signed: "L.A. Lawson", "A.E. Miller", "P H Short", "B A Chesha", "H D Edwards", "W.H. Eichlin", "James D. Briery" and "E.F.
Sale Price $162.00
AIRSHIP: 1937. Philatelic Envelope signed: "L.A. Lawson", "A.E. Miller", "P H Short", "B A Chesha", "H D Edwards", "W.H. Eichlin", "James D. Briery" and "E.F. Collins", 6½x3½. Arkansas and Oregon Territory 3-cent stamps affixed, postmarked Moffett Field, Calif., June 2, 1937. Imprinted at left above signatures: "Last Flight of the Army's/Largest Blimp-TC-13 before/Decommissioning. Carried/by Courtesy of the Following". The blimp made headlines five years later. On March 23, 1942, the U.S. Submarine Gato (SS-212) was damaged when it was accidentally bombed by TC-13 off the entrance to San Francisco Bay. Stamped address of a collector in San Francisco at lower right corner. Fine condition.
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