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A schedule for Chicago and Southern Air Lines for 1947 flying from United States airports to Havana, Cuba. The airline began in California as Pacific Seaboard Air Lines and relocated to Memphis, Tennessee, in 1934 after winning a U.S. Post Office airmail contract. In 1935 the company was renamed Chicago and Southern Airlines. It began flying to Latin America from New Orleans in 1946. In 1953, it merged with Delta Air Lines.
"Chicago and Southern Air Lines schedule, 1947" (2021). Other documents. 31.