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Charles P. Russell worked for the Continental Aircraft Engine Company of Detroit, Michigan in the late 1920s. As he travelled the United States for work, he took photographs of famous aviators, aircraft and airfields that he pasted into a scrapbook with colorful commentary. C. P. Russell’s scrapbook opens a new window into the world of U.S. aviation in the early part of the twentieth century.
Continental, air race, commercial engines, air travel
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Russell, Charles P., "Charles P. Russell Scrapbook" (1928). Charles P. Russell Collection. 1.