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AIR MAIL PIONEERS PHOTO GALLERY
From "Saga of the U.S. Air Mail Service"
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Photo courtesy of Ross County Historical Society

Officials of U. S. Air Mail Service
on steps of Washington, D. C., Post Office

Front row (left to right):  Andrew R. Dunphy, Supt. of Central Division; Archibald Black, Consulting Aviation Engineer; Charles Stanton, Asst. to General Supt.


Middle row (left to right):  J. E. Whitbeck, Supt. Eastern Division; Major Maxwell Kirby, U. S. Army Air Service, studying A.M.S. maintenance; Earl C. Zoll, General Supt. for short period,1921; Mike Scanlon, Supt. A.M.S. Warehouse, Newark, NJ; John A. Jordon, Supt. of Cleve-Chicago Division for short period, 1920.

Back row (left to right):  George L. Connor, Chief clerk A.M.S. at Washington, D. C.; James C. Edgerton, flew first trip as 1st Lt. Army Air Service in JN for the A.M.S., May 15, 1918,-later A.M.S. clerk at Washington, D. C.; Harold C. Majors, Supt. A.M.S.Warehouse-Chicago, 1920-1921; Carlton C. Parker, Asst. Supt., Cleve-Chicago Division for short period; D. B. Colyer, Asst. Supt. NY-Washington Division, 1920, Supt. of Central Division, 1920-1927; Carl F. Egge, Purchasing Agent A.M.S., 1920-1921, General Supt. A.M.S., 1924-1926.

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