New York to Paris in 33 hr, 29 m is the name of this printed cotton textile depicting the solo flight of Charles Lindbergh from New York to Paris.
Even before Lindbergh completed his 1927 flight, a cotton toile fabric was made by Passaic Print Works for Witcombe-McGeachin & Co. a New York drapery company to commemorate the event.
The fabric shows a diapered field with vertical oval medallions, framed by wings, enclosing representations of
- 'New York to Paris in 33hr 29m'
- Charles Lindbergh imagery
- Spirit of Saint Louis
- Paris, New York
- San Diego
- Portrait of Charles Lindbergh
Smaller versions of the same fabric fragment are in the following museum Collection:
- Museum of Fine Arts Boston: www.mfa.org/collections/object/length-of-furnishing-fabric-127653
- Art Institute of Chicago: www.artic.edu/aic/collections/artwork/72854
- Smithsonian Design Museum / Cooper Hewitt: collection.cooperhewitt.org/objects/18340239/
- New York Historical Society: www.nyhistory.org/exhibit/printed-textile-lindburgh