"Meet me at St. Louis, Louis, Meet me at the Fair."

This was back in 1904, when St. Louis celebrated her world's fair, and many a dusty buggy creaked into town laden with wide-eyed human freight. Full many fairs and expositions has St. Louis seen in the quarter century that has passed. Last week with proud fervor St. Louis opened the only U. S. air show of major importance for 1930. And instead of dusty buggies, St. Louis greeted ponderous trimotored transports bringing their loads of laconic salesmen of airplanes, sporty little open...

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