National Geographic : 1924 Jul
t3a^y NE ecelote 2 100 00oo 00 400 500soo 4- Roteof Macready Kelly Est to West2 STATUTEuLS ra scontinental Non-Stop Flight "**".." Route of Stevens - Macready Photographic Expedition 3 Landing fields used in Stevens-Macready flights 115 110 105 100 95 90 858075 Drawn byA.H.Bumstead ROUTES FOLLOWED BY LIEUTENANT JOHN A. MACREADY AND LIEUTENANT OAKLEY G. KELLY IN THEIR TRANSCONTINENTAL, NON-STOP FLIGHTS, AND OF LIEUTENANT MACREADY AND LIEUTENANT A. W . STEVENS ON THEIR LATER PHOTOGRAPHIC FLIGHTS The route of the eastward flight fron San Diego to Indianapolis is indicated by broken arrows pointing eastward; thecompleted flight from New York to San Diego by arrows pointing westward. The thin arrows across Arizona and California indicate theroute asmapped, which had to be altered because of altitude difficulties (see text, page 74). On the same map are indicated the places illustrated inthesucceeding pages ofthis number of THE GEOGRAPHIC. The photographs have been selected from 2,000 airplane views made by Lieutenant A.W.Stevens and Lieutenant Macready during an eight weeks' tour of the United States and flights aggregating 1o,ooo miles (see text, page85). The landing fields used onthephoto graphic flight are indicated by black squares and the route, from Dayton, Ohio, to Holbrook, Arizona,by adotted line.