Seller: aviationbookseller ✉️ (6,369) 100%, Location: Pauma Valley, California, US, Ships to: US, Item: 314133184118 FLYERS DARIUS & GIRENAS KILLED IN US-LITHUANIA TRANSATLANTIC FLIGHT 1933 ATTEMPT. A perfect original vintage Lithuanian photo postcard, 5.5" X 3.5", of the two aviators standing before the Bellanca LITUANICA in which they were killed while attempting to make a record transatlantic New York-Kaunas, Lithuania flight in 1933. 1-4512 DARIUS, Stephen. TRANSATLANTIC FLIGHT ATTEMPT FROM NEW YORK TO LITHUANIA. (1896-1933). WWI service with the Rainbow Divisiuon (1917-19); co-founder of South Bend Airways (1929-31); Ford Trimotor pilot in FL (1932-33); he and Stanley Girenas were killed when they made an attempted New York-Kaunas, Lithuania transatlantic flight in the Bellanca Lituanica and crashed at Soldin, Pomerania, Germany, just four hundred miles short of their destination (1933). GIRENAS, Stanley. TRANSATLANTIC FLIGHT ATTEMPT. ( -1933). He and Stephen Darius were killed when they made an attempted New York-Kaunas, Lithuania transatlantic flight in the Bellanca Lituanica and crashed at Soldin, Pomerania, Germany (1933). 1-4512 Please check my FEEDBACK regarding fast and well-packed shipments. The items I'm selling on eBay are from my own collection that I've been selling since my retirement.All photographs will be mailed by First Class Mail with Delivery Confirmation. Larger items will be mailed by appropriate USPS mailing. Tracking numbers are available on all shipments. I accept PayPal and adhere to their requirements that all PayPal orders be mailed and only to confirmed addresses. Autographs are weatherproofed and mailed in heavily reinforced padded envelopes with stiff corrugated! I guarantee all the items in my collection to be authentic. I will pay the return postage on any item that is found not to be authentic. If you decide you want to return the item for any other reason you are responsible for safe return mailing. All returns must of course be in the condition in which they were mailed. All photographs are continuous-tone photographs unless described otherwise. Printed photos - photos printed with a dot matrix as in magazines and newspapers - are clearly described as such. Most of my manufacturer photos (Boeing, Curtiss, Martin, etc.) came from an author, USMC Col. Robert Rankin, who wrote in-house articles and other aviation related pieces for aircaft manufacturers in the 1940's and 1950's. He amassed an enormous collection of original vintage photos which I purchased in the early 1970's. Powered by SixBit's eCommerce Solution Condition: Used, Condition: Please see scan of the image.