The True History of Gonzalo Guerrero by Ric Hajovsky
Above: Overhead storage was a problem even back then!
Above: A Compañía Mexicana de Aviación (subsidiary of Pan American) Fokker F-10.
Above: The Cozumel airport was first graded by Compañía Mexicana de Aviación in 1929-30.
Above: The FAM 5 (Miami to Panama) and FAM 6 (Panama to Miami via the Antilles) combined made the Circle Route; Mexicana’s Mexico routes are included as dashed lines.
Above: Pan American Airways bought Mexicana de Aviación for $100,000 dollars.
Above: An airmail letter sent from Cozumel’s Airport in 1929.
Above: One of the hundreds of pre-printed envelopes that Juan Trippe, the president of Pan American Airways, had mailed to himself on the first flight from Panama. (Len Lukens Collection)
Above: A “first flight cover” from Cozumel, stamped April 18, 1932.
Above: On Feb 13, 1929, Lindbergh and Merritt returned to Miami with the mail they brought back from Panama.
Above: Lindbergh landed on Cozumel on February 4, 1929 on his way to Panama.
old photo of Jackie Onasis with Fernando Barbechano in Cozumel
stone monument of the “Cortes discourse”
copy of the text of Hernan Cortez discourse
book cover of The Historia de Mexico
cluster of cluster jadeite celts from a mayan shipwreck on Cozumel
jadeite celt found on Highborn Cay
Engraving on the monument to A. R. Salas on Cozumel