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dc.contributor.authorWide World Photosen_IE
dc.coverage.spatialNew Yorken_IE
dc.identifier.other1580 wm_1580.jpg wm_brm057.jpgen_IE
dc.descriptionPhotograph of the reception given to the Bremen Flyers as they parade up Fifth Avenue, New York City, passing by the New York public library on Monday 30th April 1928. The photograph of these scenes shows the magnitude of what Major James C. Fitzmaurice, Captain Hermann Koehl and Baron Guenther von Huenefeld had achieved. The successful trans-Atlantic flight of the Bremen was greated with delight world-wide.en_IE
dc.publisherSouth Dublin County Councilen_IE
dc.relation.isbasedonSouth Dublin Imagesen_IE
dc.rightsSouth Dublin Libraries, Local Studies Collection, County Library, Town Centre, Tallaght, Dublin 24, 353 (0)1 4620073en_IE
dc.titleThe Crowd in New York to welcome the Bremen flyersen_IE
dc.typeFrom booken_IE
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