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Kodachrome by Rudy Arnold.
From “Flying in the ‘Blowtorch’ Era,” National Geographic, September, 1950.
On Such a Raft, Ditched Flyers and Passengers Could Live for Days
Canopy and spray curtain protect against the elements, and a gutterlike flap catches rain water for drinking. Transocean airlines and the armed services use such life rafts, which inflate with carbon dioxide in a few seconds. […] Accessories include rations, compass, Bible.
Kodacrhome by B. Anthony Stewart and John E. Fletcher.
From “Sea to Lakes on the St. Lawrence,” National Geographic, September, 1950.
Thick-walled Mills Doubled as Forts on Isolated Ile aux Coudres
Early French settlers on the exposed island, 55 miles downriver from Quebec, fled to their redoubtlike windmills whenever trouble threatened. This one dates from the 18th century. Jacques Cartier, discoverer of the St. Lawrence, named the island for its hazelnut trees in 1535.