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Col. Lindbergh receives Harmon trophy. The highlight of today's session of the International Civil Aeronautics Conference was the presentation of the Harmon Trophy to Col. Charles A. Lindbergh, America's air ace. The trophy is awarded annually by the International League of Aviators to the man voted to have done the most for aeronautics that year In the photograph, left to right: William McCracken, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Aviation; Pierre Etienne Flandin, Vice President of the International League of Aviators and chief of the French delegation to the air conference, who presented the trophy; Col. Lindbergh; and Orville Wright, Inventor of the first airplane in America

Col. Lindbergh receives Harmon trophy. The highlight of today's session of the International Civil Aeronautics Conference was the presentation of the Harmon Trophy to Col. Charles A. Lindbergh, America's air ace. The trophy is awarded annually by the International League of Aviators to the man voted to have done the most for aeronautics that year In the photograph, left to right: William McCracken, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Aviation; Pierre Etienne Flandin, Vice President of the International League of Aviators and chief of the French delegation to the air conference, who presented the trophy; Col. Lindbergh; and Orville Wright, Inventor of the first airplane in America

 
 

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