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