Transport: Boro to Bendix

Ten years ago the name Teterboro was as familiar to the air-minded public as the word Newark is today. Across the tarmac and down the four runways of Teterboro Field, near little Hasbrouck Heights, N. J., the great and near-great flyers of the day paraded in ceaseless pageant. Bernt Balchen and Clarence Chamberlain based there; wild Bert Acosta cavorted in the sky; Charles Lindbergh was a frequent visitor; Giuseppe Bellanca there tested his new ships. Chief of Teterboro's prides was the No. 1 U. S. air plant of the period—Fokker—building not only most...

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