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Press Photo Doug Corrigan Tells Stanley Howe He Prefers Manhattan Ticker-Tape

AdID: 4493625

Availability: In stock

Part Number: sbx14964

Height: 11.25

Width: 7.25

Source: San Antonio Basement


This is an original press photo. The Brooklyn-Manhattan dispute, which for a time threatened to break into open revolt, over whom will have the honor to be the first to greet Douglas Corrigan ended abruptly when the now-famous flyer who hopped the Atlantic "by mistake" snubbed flatbush by ship-to-short phone from the Liner Manhattan. Dougl told Stanley Howe, Mayor LaGuardia's secretary, that he prefers a Manhattan ticker-tape parade if he's to receive any at all. Meanwhile, Brooklyn's Irish, rebuffed buy undaunted, are preparing to join the Manhattan celebration and threatened to "steal the show." Doug is shown in a typical "hello America" pose as he left the U.S. Embassy in London after a visit with Ambassador Kennedy, a Boston Irishman. Photo measures 7.25 x 11.25inches. Photo is dated --NONE.


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Photo Dimensions (in.) 7.25 x 11.25
SKU sbx14964