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Guide to Collections Related to Pan American World Airways: Published by Pan Am

Selected collections and materials in Duke University Libraries related to Pan American World Airways.

Works Published by Pan Am

In addition to the Hartman Center's Pan Am-related collections in the Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Duke University Libraries also holds several resources published by Pan Am—these are typically different types of travel guides based on place or activity.

Activity Guides

Africa: Marketing Guide, Pan American World Airways, 1966.

Golf New Horizons: Pan Am's Guide to Golf Courses Round the World by Gene Sarazen and Peter McLean (Pan American Airways), 1968.

Passports and Profits: Pan Am's Guide to Doing Business in 105 Countries by Richard G. Lurie (Pan American Airways), 1964.

Pleasures of the Spa: Pan Am's Guide to the Great Health Resorts of the World by John Duguid (Pan American Airways), 1968.

Safari: Pan Am's Guide to Hunting with Gun and Camera Round the World by Charles A. Cabell III and David St. Clair (Pan American World Airways), 1968.

Ski New Horizons: Pan Am's Guide to Skiing Round the World by Roland Palmedo (Pan American Airways), 1968.

The Skin Diver's Travel Guide: Pan Am's Guide to Snorkeling and Scuba Diving in Bermuda, the Bahamas, the Caribbean, and the Mediterranean by Gene Tinker (Pan American Airways), 1967.

Food Guides

Menu Translator: Pan Am's Guide to Food and Drink Specialties Abroad and at Home by Eleanor B. Pierce (Pan American World Airways), 1968.

The Complete Round-the-World Cookbook by Myra Waldo (Pan American World Airways), 1973.

Geographic Guides

Complete Reference Guide to the Caribbean and the Bahamas, Pan American World Airways, 1967.

Complete Reference Guide to Germany, Pan American World Airways, 1962.

Complete Reference Guide to Germany, and Its Islands, Pan American World Airways, 1966.

Foldex Map of London, Pan American, 1957.

Here is Japan by Zenkoku Asahi Hōsō Kabushiki Kaisha (Pan American Airways), 1964.

New Horizons

New Horizons was a long-running publication produced by Pan Am that addressed many different topics of travel, such as living abroad, education abroad, general guides to the world, and more. These resources are arranged by subject matter. In the case of series, they are then arranged chronologically.

General

New Horizons: The Magazine of America's Merchant Marine of the Air, Pan American Airways, 1933.

New Horizons: Maps of the World; Pan Am's Travel Maps of 57 Cities and 46 Countries, Pan American Airways, 1968.

New Horizons U.S.A., Pan American World Airways, 1956 and 1969.

New Horizons World Guide, Pan American World Airways, [multiple years, 1950s-1960s].

Activities

Golf New Horizons: Pan Am's Guide to Golf Courses Round the World by Gene Sarazen and Peter McLean (Pan American Airways), 1968.

Ski New Horizons: Pan Am's Guide to Skiing Round the World by Roland Palmedo (Pan American Airways), 1968.

Education

New Horizons in Education: The Benefits of Study Abroad; Pan American's Guide to the Principal Universities of the World by George Gardner (Pan American Airways), 1961.

New Horizons in Education: Pan American's Guide to Schools and Universities Abroad, Pan American Airways, 1966.

Living Abroad

New Horizons: Living Abroad; Pan American's Guide to Living Conditions in 90 Countries by Eleanor B. Pierce (Pan American World Airways), 1965.

New Horizons: Living Abroad; Pan American's Guide to Living Conditions in 93 Countries by Eleanor B. Pierce (Pan American World Airways), 1968.

Other Published Works

A Forum of the Future: 1942 through 1943, Pan American World Airways, 1944.