|"You May Live to See It" by Bill Hanny in St. Joseph (MO) News-Press, May 29, 1919|
|"My Boy Read—He Did It" by Wm. C. Morris for George Matthew Adams Service, June, 1919|
|"A Little Uncertain, But We're On Our Way" by Edward "Tige" Reynolds in Portland Oregonian, June, 1919|
|"The Rubberneck Conveyance of the Future" by Wm. C. Morris for George Matthew Adams Service, June, 1919|
"We had a terrible journey. The wonder is we are here at all. We scarcely saw the sun or moon or stars. For hours we saw none of them. ... For four hours, our machine was covered in a sheet of ice caused by frozen sleet. At another time, the fog was so dense that my speed indicator did no work and for a few minutes it was very alarming.
"We looped the loop, I do believe, and did a very steep spiral. We did some very comic stunts, for I have had no sense of horizon."
|"Society Item, June 3, 1990..." by Elmer A. Bushnell for Central Press Association, June 3, 1919|
|"Looking Forward" by William Donahey in Cleveland Plain Dealer, June, 1919|
On the positive side, they had the wind at their back the whole journey; it would be nine more years before anyone succeeded in flying across the Atlantic from east to west.
|"I'd Like to See Them Take Those Liberties with Me" by Billy Ireland in Columbus Dispatch, June/July, 1919|
|Detail from "Cartoons of the Day" by John McCutcheon in Chicago Tribune, June 17, 1919|
|"Arrival of the 6:15 Express from Europe" by Jay N. "Ding" Darling in New York Tribune, June 1, 1919|
|"All Ready for the Big Hop" by John H. Cassel in New York World, May 20, 1919|
|"Can You?" by G. Browning (?) in The World, London, ca. June, 1919|