Post-World War One, pilots returned home, some finding work in civilian air, others taking to the sport of barnstorming.
Increasingly as more feats were made in the air, there was more interest in the possibilities of air travel and transport. This was particularly the case with the accomplishments of Charles Lindbergh.
Here we have a model: Keepers Of The Flame is a diorama by John Reid featuring a Canuck being prepped in a hanger for barnstorming.
Here we have a flying boat, the Curtiss Seagull.
I finish today with this display case about the first commercial bush pilot, Canadian Stuart Graham.