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68 [[image - Aeromarine Airways, Inc. airline baggage label]] What is believed to be the first airline baggage label, designed in 1920, for Aeromarine. The first U.S. international airline, Aeromarine began experimental passenger service between Florida and Cuba in 1919. Second U.S. international carrier, America Trans Ocean Company began Florida-Bahama service the following year. THE EXPLORERS CLUB [[image - The Explorers Club logo]] OFFICERS-1967 & 1968 Lowell Thomas Honorary President Walter A. Wood President Hobart M. Van Deusen First Vice President Richard B. Dominick Second Vice President Junius B. Bird Third Vice President Frederick T. Voorhees Secretary Marie E. Roy Assistant Secretary Gordon Phelps Treasurer EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Ward Randol [[image - airplane propeller]] BOARD OF DIRECTORS 1968 Lowell Thomas Ilia A. Tolstoy Hobart M. Van Deusen Frederick T. Voorhees Walter A. Wood 1969 E. Lovell Becker Alfred C. Berol Junius B. Bird Russell H. Gurnee George R. Wallace 1970 Richard B. Dominick Serge A. Korff Gordon Phelps Ward Randol Richard Steel [[image - airplane propeller]] A. Burks Summers Chairman, Washington Group DIRECTOR EMERITUS Samuel D. Stein
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