Wichita businessman Harold “Hal” Dick held pilot licenses in both free-balloon and blimp flight.
He was the only American to make 22 trans-Atlantic crossings in the passenger airships Hindenburg and Graf Zeppelin.
The Special Collections and University Archives at Wichita State University has a collection of some of Dick’s memorabilia, including correspondence to him from Goodyear president Paul Litchfield, postcards he mailed from aboard the airships to document his flights, and a boarding pass and passenger list from the Hindenburg dating May 6, 1936.
Exactly one year later to the day, the zeppelin crashed in New Jersey.
Question: Who did he work for?
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