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Dirigible Plane of the Future (1930)

From the May 12, 1930 Galveston Daily News (Galveston, TX):

LOS ANGELES -- Claude H. Freese with his latest imaginative model of a future airliner. A combination of heavier and lighter than-air features the finished ship, measuring 902 feet in length.

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