The Press: Mayflower Copies

Sometimes newspapers take the initiative in aeroplane delivery; sometimes their readers. President Harding arranged with the Bureau of Naval Aeronautics to have newspapers delivered by seaplane to the yacht Mayflower on Sunday, June 10, while he was returning from his trip to Milford, Del., where he went to be initiated into the Tall Cedars of Lebanon.

Six copies each of various Washington and New York papers, and of the Public Ledger (Philadelphia) and The Sun (Baltimore) were delivered for the President and his guests.

It was good advertising for the newspapers concerned and...

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