TWA LINDBERG LINE / LUCKY STRIKE Travel Advertising Poster
|Size:||13" X 21.5"|
|Country of Poster:||Unknown|
|Additional Information:||Original, 1936, TWA LINDBERG LINE / LUCKY STRIKE vintage poster. Linen backed, fine condition; ready to frame. Rare. Very good condition. This is an original 13" x 21.5" archival backed poster; it is not a magazine ad. On October 25, 1930, TWA airline offered one of the first all-plane scheduled service from coast to coast: the Lindbergh Line. The route took 36 hours and initially called for overnights in Kansas City. DC-2 TWA had the marquee expertise of Charles Lindbergh and was already offering a 48-hour combination of plane and train trip across the United States. You can also see this poster in the Lucy Strike section of the tobacco museum.|
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