A Severe Case of Gas - by George B. Pendlebury
The British R-100 moored at St. Hubert, Que in August 1930. This was the only large dirigible to ever visit Canada. After its return to England, and following the tragedy of the R-101, the R-100 was hangared until it was scrapped. This marked the end of the British Empire's era of rigid airships.
30 x 19 Inches, Pen-and-Ink on Illustration Board
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