Revised July 24, 2022
The photographers, whose initials are in parentheses, are listed at the bottom of the page
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In 1952, Seaboard established two Fellowships in the Graduate School of Business of Columbia University.
Outside of brochure
Inside of brochure (KK)
1978 Seaboard World newsletter showing the Douglas DC-10-30CF bought but never operated by Seaboard.
It was originally destined for Overseas National Airways but ONA ceased operations the day before delivery.
It was operated by Loftleidir Icelandic and a few other airlines. Ownership passed to Tigerair and
ultimately to FedEx where it entered service in 1984. It was still in service there in the summer of 2013,
thirty-five years after it left the factory. (GR)
Seating chart for DC-8-60 series aircraft.
Although the caption says 219 passengers, this chart shows additional seats for a total of 259 passengers.
The military's seat-pitch requirement limited the total to 219 passengers.
25" x 9 " (KK)
Fuel overlay used by station agents to determine the c.g. (center of gravity) of DC-8-63F aircraft
for the weight and balance information used by flight crews to set the stabilizer trim for takeoff. (DH)
Advertisement by Decca Navigator System, Inc. in the British magazine, Flight, June 1967
Seaboard tested the Decca navigation system to see if it could replace navigators but the system was unreliable in Seaboard tests and was not installed in the fleet. (DH)
Advertisement by VARTA Battery showing SWA B-707
S & W Christmas card (cover)
6 ¾" x 5 ¼"
inside (signed by Chief Flight Attendant Jan Irwin) (KK)
Courtesy of Astrid Frank
Cover of Air Line Pilot magazine, September 1973.
Seaboard mechanic Claude Toudic at Seaboard's Paris Orly.
When Seaboard provide the photo to ALPA, they failed to notify them that the photo was taken by Capt. David O. Hill (DH)
Flight Attendant employment requirements and pay, sometime after 1972
unfolded size 8 3/4" x 13 15/16"
MB Michael Bradish DH Capt. David Hill KK Capt. Ken Kahn GR Gustav Reckiek