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Producer/Director: Jeffrey Mills
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Check out these other great Pan Am Web sites.
Pan Am Heritage Web
The official site for the Pan Am Historical Foundation
Pan AM 2001 - no longer active
Site for the 10-year anniversary reunion of former Pan Am employees
in Baltimore, Maryland, September 27-30, 2001
Jon Krupnick's wonderful companion site to his series of books on Pan
Am's Pacific first flights.
of Miami Otto Richter Library
The Richter Library houses many of Pan Am's corporate records
A site by Beth Cozzi-Stewart in honor of Pan Am and her parents who
both worked for the company.
The three Pan
A Perspective of the three companies that have used the Pan Am logo.
Learn about the planes that changed the way we traveled and thought
about the world. Includes information on the Sikorsky S-42, Martin 130
and Boeing B-314 and a shop for Pan Am posters, books, and toys.
World, My Oyster, Thank You Pan Am
An ex-Pan Am stewardess' home page
Excellent source of Pan Am books, both new and out-of-print.
Comprehensive information about the China Clipper
Juan Trippe is honored by Time Magazine as one of this century's most