Junction point on Eastern Air Lines where the system's routes radiate to New York, Miami, Tampa, Brownsville, and Chicago. This city is known as the financial hub of the South.
BRUNSWICK, center of Atlantic Coast shrimping operations.
Charleston to Jacksonville
via Savannah, Georgia
Chicago to Louisville
Via La Fayette and Indianapolis
DAYTONA BEACH to the east, home of the 23-mile beach speedway, and all-year-round resort. A stop on certain schedules. This coastal region, south through New Smyrna, Titusville, and Melbourne, is the heart of Florida's citrus fruit export belt.
a small cotton town
FORT LAUDERDALE, a deep water harbor and fishing resort.
FT. VALLEY, west of the course is the center of the famous Georgia peach country.
pimiento canneries here.
is a small cotton town. Toweling is a major item of textile manufacture in these small towns.
JACKSONVILLE, junction point for Eastern Air Lines. In 1832 only a ferry crossing, now the industrial and financial center of Florida.
Louisville to Atlanta
Flies over Lincoln's Birthplace in Elizabethtown, Kentucky.
east of the course is a milling center for the vast tracts of Georgia Pine that are situated in this area
MACON, county seat, cotton center, home of Wesleyan (Methodist, Female) College, the oldest women's college in this hemisphere. Mercer University is located here.
McRAE is the site of an intermediate field and was, during the early days of Eastern Air Lines, a fueling stop and communications center.
Memphis to Montgomery
via Muscle Shoals and Birmingham
MIAMI, America's playground. Gulf Stream breezes maintain an ideal temperature in the winter, and offshore zephyrs make summer visiting a pleasure. Eastern Air Lines' main repair base is located here. The ships of the Great Silver Fleet are brought here periodically for thorough inspection and overhaul by staffs of motor, radio, instrument, and metal experts. Nothing is overlooked as these men recondition the giant liners for their daily runs over the eastern half of the United States.
Montgomery to Tallahassee
New York to Richmond
via Newark, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington, DC
ORLANDO, gateway to the lovely central Florida. Many delightful towns are situated in this lake filled area.
Richmond to Charleston
ST. AUGUSTINE, oldest city in the United States, to the east. Founded in 1565, Ponce de Leon's fruitless search for a Fountain of Youth ended here.
VERO BEACH, a stop on the Eastern Air Lines system, also a shipping center for citrus fruit. Southwest is Lake Okeechobee, around which is spread vast truck and fruit acreage. West of Fort Pierce is the northern tip of the Everglades, the dense marsh and swamplands of which little has been explored. In its dank heart Seminole Indians make their homes in the manner handed down to them through the centuries.
WAYCROSS, the famous Okefenokee Swamp lies west and south of this manufacturing and trading center. There is fine hunting in these swamp areas where game and birds are numerous.
West Palm Beach
WEST PALM BEACH, Riviera of the Western Hemisphere, center of winter society activity and also one of Florida's important agriculture and trade centers.