No Distant Places:  Airways to Peace  and The Promise of an Aerial  Pax Americana Enrique Ramirez ARC549
Airminded, or Air-minded?
Diagram Showing World Air Routes with German and British Aircraft (ca. 1920)
Nazi-era Schoolroom Features Piloting Diagrams and Model Gliders
Aire  Magazine, Issues No. 2 and No. 4, Imprenta Castells-Bonet, Tercer Regi ón Aérea, Spain (1937-1939) )
Czechoslovakia Air Route Map, 1933 (Source: Edward Tufte,  Envisioning Information , 1990)
Deutsche Lufthansa Route Map and Time Table (Source: Fritzsche,  A Nation of Fliers )
Wendell L. Willkie,  Time  Magazine Cover (1940)
Wendell L. Willkie in China during his  Our World  tour
Exhibition  Design
Left: Edward Steichen jumping in the air, from Phillipe Halsman,  Phillipe Halsman’s Jump Book  (1959);  Right, Herbert Ba...
Edward Steichen,  J.P. Morgan  (1903), Left;  Paul Robeson   as the Emperor Jones  (1933), Right.)
Edward Steichen,  F6F "Hellcat" pilots pose after shooting down 17 of 20 Japanese planes heading for Tarawa.  US...
Herbert Bayer,  Road to Victory, MoMA Installation  (1942)
Herbert Bayer,  Road to Victory, MoMA Installation,  Maquette (1942)
Herbert Bayer,  Road to Victory, MoMA Installation  (1942)
Herbert Bayer,  Road to Victory, MoMA Installation  (1942)
Herbert Bayer,  Road to Victory, MoMA Installation  (1942)
Herbert Bayer,  Road to Victory, MoMA Installation  (1942)
Dorothea Lange/Farm Services Administration,  Industrialized agriculture. From Texas farmer to migratory worker in Califor...
Monroe Wheeler, from Wendell Willkie,  Airways to Peace,  MoMA Exhibition Catalogue (1943)
Herbert Bayer,  Airways to Peace,  MoMA Installation (1943)
Herbert Bayer,  Airways to Peace,  MoMA Installation (1943)
A New Cartographic Empire
“ How Much Does Mercator Distort?” from Wendell Willkie,  Airways to Peace,  MoMA Exhibition Catalogue (1943)
Herbert Bayer,  Airways to Peace,  MoMA Installation (1943)
Herbert Bayer,  Airways to Peace,  MoMA Installation (1943)
Herbert Bayer,  Airways to Peace,  MoMA Installation (1943)
Herbert Bayer,  Airways to Peace,  MoMA Installation (1943)
Herbert Bayer,  Airways to Peace,  MoMA Installation (1943)
Herbert Bayer,  Airways to Peace,  MoMA Installation (1943)
Richard Edes Harrison, “Japan From the Solomons” (1944)
Charles H. Owens, “World weeps and cheers as story of Italia tragedy unfolds” ( Los Angeles Times , 17 July 1928)
Charles H. Owens, “Japanese retreat before Allies drive to Phillippines” ( Los Angeles Times , 29 May 1944)
Charles H. Owens, “Americans ready to settle score with Japs on Wake” ( Los Angeles Times , 13 March 1944)
Charles H. Owens, “This is the Pacific picture as Allies close in on Japan” ( Los Angeles Times , 21 May 1945)
Charles H. Owens, “Sea and Air Power Turned on Japs Guarding China Path” ( Los Angeles Times , 21 February 1945)
From Raoul Walsh,  Objective Burma!  (1945)
From  Casus Bellum  to  Pax Americana
Wendell Willkie,  Airways to Peace,  MoMA Exhibition Catalogue (1943)
Wendell Willkie,  Airways to Peace,  MoMA Exhibition Catalogue (1943)
 
 
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Aerial Pax Americana v2

  1. 2. No Distant Places: Airways to Peace and The Promise of an Aerial Pax Americana Enrique Ramirez ARC549
  2. 3. Airminded, or Air-minded?
  3. 4. Diagram Showing World Air Routes with German and British Aircraft (ca. 1920)
  4. 5. Nazi-era Schoolroom Features Piloting Diagrams and Model Gliders
  5. 6. Aire Magazine, Issues No. 2 and No. 4, Imprenta Castells-Bonet, Tercer Regi ón Aérea, Spain (1937-1939) )
  6. 7. Czechoslovakia Air Route Map, 1933 (Source: Edward Tufte, Envisioning Information , 1990)
  7. 8. Deutsche Lufthansa Route Map and Time Table (Source: Fritzsche, A Nation of Fliers )
  8. 9. Wendell L. Willkie, Time Magazine Cover (1940)
  9. 10. Wendell L. Willkie in China during his Our World tour
  10. 11. Exhibition Design
  11. 12. Left: Edward Steichen jumping in the air, from Phillipe Halsman, Phillipe Halsman’s Jump Book (1959); Right, Herbert Bayer, Self-Portait in a Mirror (1932)
  12. 13. Edward Steichen, J.P. Morgan (1903), Left; Paul Robeson as the Emperor Jones (1933), Right.)
  13. 14. Edward Steichen, F6F "Hellcat" pilots pose after shooting down 17 of 20 Japanese planes heading for Tarawa. USS Lexington (CV-16). November 1943 (1943)
  14. 15. Herbert Bayer, Road to Victory, MoMA Installation (1942)
  15. 16. Herbert Bayer, Road to Victory, MoMA Installation, Maquette (1942)
  16. 17. Herbert Bayer, Road to Victory, MoMA Installation (1942)
  17. 18. Herbert Bayer, Road to Victory, MoMA Installation (1942)
  18. 19. Herbert Bayer, Road to Victory, MoMA Installation (1942)
  19. 20. Herbert Bayer, Road to Victory, MoMA Installation (1942)
  20. 21. Dorothea Lange/Farm Services Administration, Industrialized agriculture. From Texas farmer to migratory worker in California. Kern County (1938)
  21. 22. Monroe Wheeler, from Wendell Willkie, Airways to Peace, MoMA Exhibition Catalogue (1943)
  22. 23. Herbert Bayer, Airways to Peace, MoMA Installation (1943)
  23. 24. Herbert Bayer, Airways to Peace, MoMA Installation (1943)
  24. 25. A New Cartographic Empire
  25. 26. “ How Much Does Mercator Distort?” from Wendell Willkie, Airways to Peace, MoMA Exhibition Catalogue (1943)
  26. 27. Herbert Bayer, Airways to Peace, MoMA Installation (1943)
  27. 28. Herbert Bayer, Airways to Peace, MoMA Installation (1943)
  28. 29. Herbert Bayer, Airways to Peace, MoMA Installation (1943)
  29. 30. Herbert Bayer, Airways to Peace, MoMA Installation (1943)
  30. 31. Herbert Bayer, Airways to Peace, MoMA Installation (1943)
  31. 32. Herbert Bayer, Airways to Peace, MoMA Installation (1943)
  32. 33. Richard Edes Harrison, “Japan From the Solomons” (1944)
  33. 34. Charles H. Owens, “World weeps and cheers as story of Italia tragedy unfolds” ( Los Angeles Times , 17 July 1928)
  34. 35. Charles H. Owens, “Japanese retreat before Allies drive to Phillippines” ( Los Angeles Times , 29 May 1944)
  35. 36. Charles H. Owens, “Americans ready to settle score with Japs on Wake” ( Los Angeles Times , 13 March 1944)
  36. 37. Charles H. Owens, “This is the Pacific picture as Allies close in on Japan” ( Los Angeles Times , 21 May 1945)
  37. 38. Charles H. Owens, “Sea and Air Power Turned on Japs Guarding China Path” ( Los Angeles Times , 21 February 1945)
  38. 39. From Raoul Walsh, Objective Burma! (1945)
  39. 40. From Casus Bellum to Pax Americana
  40. 41. Wendell Willkie, Airways to Peace, MoMA Exhibition Catalogue (1943)
  41. 42. Wendell Willkie, Airways to Peace, MoMA Exhibition Catalogue (1943)

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