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A lot of art in the Key West International Airport

28 May 2015

A lot of art in the Key West International Airport

24° 33′ 12″ N / 81° 45′ 18″ W

Art outside the Key West International Arrival Terminal — photo by Joseph May

Large mural  outside the Key West International arrival terminal — photo by Joseph May

Bust Agustin Orduña, native Key Wester and first to fly from Key West to Cuba in ??? (artist not specified) — photo by Joseph May

Key West Airport bust of Agustin Orduña, native Key Wester and first to fly from Key West to Cuba 02 January 1912 and winning US$5000 which is ~$119,000 today (artist not specified) — photo by Joseph May

 

 

 Interpretation of the Morane-Saulnier monoplane flown by Domingo Rosillo — photo by Joseph May

Interpretation of the Morane-Saulnier monoplane flown by Domingo Rosillo in the US$10,000 on 19 May 1913 (~$239,000 today) winning first flight from Key West to Havana — photo by Joseph May

Domingo Rosillo collage — photo by Joseph May

Domingo Rosillo collage — photo by Joseph May

"Santa Maria" by David Harrison Wright — photo by Joseph May

“Santa Maria” by David Harrison Wright, from the famous photo of the Aeromarine Airways Aeromarine 75 airliner flying the Kew West/Havana route in the early 1920s — photo by Joseph May

"Cuba" by David Harrison Wright — photo by Joseph May

“Cuba” by David Harrison Wright, the Consolidated Commodore christened “Cuba” flying boat employed by Juan Trippe and PAA in their first international flight venture — photo by Joseph May

Key West Airport bust of Mario Sanchez by Jam??? — photo by Joseph May

Key West Airport bust of Mario Sanchez, a Key West folk artist, by James Mastin — photo by Joseph May

Key West Airport bust of George Faraldo (artist unspecified) — photo by Joseph May

Key West Airport bust of George Faraldo who established the airport (artist unspecified) — photo by Joseph May

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