RACE TO HAWAII: The 1927 Dole Air Derby and the Thrilling First Flights That Opened the Pacific
A thrilling account of the first flights to Hawaii during the Golden Age of Aviation. An unprecedented 1927 air race, the Dole Derby consisted of eight planes that set off at once across the Pacific, all eager to reach the islands first and claim a cash prize offered by "Pineapple King" James Dole. Photos.
Publisher: Chicago Review
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 3761347