Pan-American clipper arrives at the port of Lisbon during World War II. Men leave in a boat from pier at the port of Lisbon. Pan-American clipper arrives at the port. Custom officers on pier in the foreground. American Republican politician Wendell Willkie and others arrive in a boat and walk along the pier during their trip to Portugal and England supporting the lend-lease bill. Sign on a building on dock reads 'Aeroporto Maritime De Cabo Ruivo Pan American Airways'. Clipper leaves.
Pan-American office in Lisbon, Portugal during World War II. Exterior of Pan-American office in Lisbon. Traffic and pedestrians pass along a road. Interiors of Pan-American ticket office. Employees at desk talk to men and women.
U.S. Navy West Point Class Troop Transport (AP-23) (Formerly the ocean liner, SS America ) backs out of Pier 61, in New York City, with help of tug boats. The ship carries deported German and Italian Consular officials to Lisbon, including A.V.Yannelli, Italian General at Johnstown, Pennsylvania. Several of Yanelli's friends, and reporters linger at the entrance to Pier 61. Several taxis and a truck loaded with baggage arrives. Men, women and children are seen with their baggage. The ship proceeds down the Hudson River, carrying 137 Italian citizens and 327 Germans from the closed consulates of those nations. The transport ship is underway at 2:55 PM on July 16th, bound for Lisbon Portugal
Pan-American clipper carrying Wendell Willkie arrives in port of Lisbon, Portugal during World War II, on first leg of Willkie's journey to England in support of the lend-lease bill. Clipper arrives in harbor. Clipper near a pier. Boats in the foreground. Clipper comes in the harbor with Portuguese fishing boat.
Arrival of SS Excambion to New York from Lisbon, Portugal. Refugees at rail of SS Excambion with New York skyline and Statue of Liberty in the background. Refugees at rail. Refugees leave ship at pier.
View of the Lisbon Airport in Portugal. Portugal-colonies Line plane on runway. Italian Savoia Marchetti plane. Arrival of several planes including Portuguese transport plane, Italian planes, Douglas plane of the London Lisbon Line. Unloading air mail and Portuguese Custom officer. Douglas plane fueled. Italian plane of the Ala Littoria Savoia Marchetti of the Genoa-Barcelona-Lisbon Line. Tails of English, Italian and Portuguese planes lined up. Passengers ladders of planes of several airlines. German plane take off.