“The Floyd Bennett Wings its Flight over Antarctica”

Francis Trevelyan Miller. From The Fight to Conquer the Ends of the Earth: The World's Great Adventure; 1000 Years of Polar Exploration Including the Heroic Achievements of Admiral Richard Evelyn Byrd, 1930.

Image of The Floyd Bennett Wings its Flight over Antarctica

U.S. naval officer Richard E. Byrd took the Floyd Bennett in 1929 on the first flight to the South Pole.

Metadata Details
Item Type Book Section
Title The Floyd Bennett Wings its Flight over Antarctica
Publication Title The Fight to Conquer the Ends of the Earth: The World's Great Adventure; 1000 Years of Polar Exploration Including the Heroic Achievements of Admiral Richard Evelyn Byrd
Short Title Floyd Bennett's Flight over Antarctica, 1930
Book Title The Fight to Conquer the Ends of the Earth: The World's Great Adventure; 1000 Years of Polar Exploration Including the Heroic Achievements of Admiral Richard Evelyn Byrd
Place of Publication Philadelphia
Publisher John C. Winston
Creator Francis Trevelyan Miller
Publication Date 1930
Call Number G580 .M5 1930
Location General Collections 2nd floor