Albuquerque was treated to a visit from a Ford Tri-Motor this weekend. The "Tin Goose" was a regular visitor to the city in the 1920s and '30s. I had never seen one in the air before, so it was a real thrill to see it flying.
Quite a few people took advantage of the opportunity to make a 15 minute flight in the Tri-Motor. My guess is that people boarding the plane in the 1920s would have been more formally dressed for the occasion -- the men in coats and ties and the women with hats and gloves.
I made these pictures with Amelia Earhart's favorite camera, the Kodak Duo Six-20. I had a bit of a problem with flim flatness, but managed to salvage a couple shots I liked from the roll of Fuji Acros processed in Rodinal 1:50. I also made some color shots with the Olympus Infinity Stylus, so will post some of those when I get them scanned.