No. 1710. Bellanca 14-13 Cruisair Senior (N74364 c/n 1477)
Photographed at Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, ca. 1960s, by Ron Dupas

Bellanca 14-13 Cruisair Senior

The following text from Aviation Week is not unique to the aircraft pictured:

01/02/1961. Gieuseppe M. Bellanca, 74, died last week in New York, USA. He designed the Wright-Bellanca monoplane Columbia which in 1927 set an endurance record of 51 hr 11 min 25 sec, and was the first aircraft to fly the Atlantic with a passenger. He founded the Bellanca Aircraft Corp., which he sold in 1954.

Text from an advertisement in November 1945 issue of Flying:

Created August 14, 2002