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Edwin C Musick (1894 – 1938). Aviation Pioneer. Chief Pilot for Pan American World Airways and pioneered many of Pan Am's transoceanic routes including the famous route across the Pacific Ocean on the China Clipper. Musick and his crew of six died in the crash of the S-42 Samoan Clipper near Pago Pago, American Samoa, on a cargo and survey flight to Auckland, New Zealand. A 1937 postal cover commemorating the first flight from Auckland New Zealand, to American Samoa, authentically signed in black fountain pen by Edwin C Musick. Matted and framed as shown with an original Time Magazine Cover featuring his image and dated December 2nd 1935 as shown, with an informative plaque, to an approximate overall size of approximately 19x30x2 inches. Signature Royale lifetime, guarantee of Authenticity.