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As chief pilot of Robertson Aircraft Corporation, Charles Lindbergh was given the honor of inaugurating the first flight on April 15, 1926, from Chicago's Maywood Field to St. Louis., stopping to pick up mail in Peoria and Springfield. 

 

       

 

Photos of Charles Lindbergh and first Contract Air Mail Route and U.S. Post Office daily report for CAM Route 2 on September 8, 1926, courtesy of Roy Nagl at website: www.geocities.com/roynagl/aeroplanes.htm. 

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