Pan Am's History
In 2001, Pan Am Pilot Gene Banning (Eugene R. Banning, 1918-2005) wrote a short history of Pan Am. Here are his words with images from our archive.
Otto Richter Library
The archives at Otto G. Richter Library, University of Miami, houses The Pan American World Airways, Inc. Records, a major resource for research on Pan Am-related history.
The John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising & Marketing History in the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Duke University: Extensive guide to their Pan Am Collections.
Pan Am Historical Foundation (PAHF) is a 501(c)(3) educational foundation, established in 1992 to preserve and promote the legacy of Pan American World Airways.
PAHF Channel on Youtube
We're pleased to share some of the images and sounds we've collected from more than 60 years of Pan Am's epochal history.
HistoryMiami is home to an impressive collection from Pan American World Airways’ historic legacy, in the form of unique physical artifacts and photographs.
PAHF preserves the unique heritage and legacy of Pan American World Airways, promoting the appreciation of the people who ensured that Pan Am was "The World’s Most Experienced Airline."
Pan Am Research Grant
The Dave Abrams and Gene Banning Research Grant.
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