- Clarence Chamberlin at Cowan's Beach Airport.Daytona Beach, Florida
- Two weeks after Lindbergh landed in Paris, Chamberlin took off from New York in a Wright Bellanca named Miss Columbia and headed for Berlin Germany. His sponsor, Charles A. Levine accompanied him as passenger. Chamberlin ran short of fuel and landed 100 miles short of Berlin in Eiselben, Germany. He was the first pilot to carry a passenger across the Atlantic, a world's nonstop distance record of 3,911 miles.
- 1 photoprint - b&w - 8 x 10 in.
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