- Photographed on January 17, 1922.
- Cristened 'Columbus', the aircraft shown was an aeromarine model 75 flying boat. Each model 75 was a conversion of a Curtiss F-5L or Curtiss H-16 maritime patrol aircraft originally built for the U.S. Navy. As war surplus these aircraft were bought and remodeled, some in the company's own workshops.
- During prohibition there were daily flights in the winter season to Bimini, the nearest "wet" spot to the U.S.
- 1 photoprint - b&w - 8 x 10 in.
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