|At the very bottom of this 1939 photograph, you can see the instrument panel from the plane. The largest pieces of wreckage seen here is the fuselage. These photographs were taken from the last known copy of the Scientific Monthly from May 1939. All other copies were destroyed in a fire years after the accident.|
Black and white photo courtesy of University of California Observatories, Lick Observatory.
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