National Geographic : 1943 Jul
Wide World from Press Ass'n Giant Eggs in a Steel Basket, Eight Blimps Nest by Night in Lakehurst Hangar In the morning the larger ships will go on sea patrol, while the smaller ones train cadets. Meanwhile, "homeless" shipsoutside may beriding mooring masts overnight. After disasters had eliminated peacetime rigids, the hangar lost its importance. Today it is bustling as never before (page 92).