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Pan American Hotel site

  • Address: San Luis Rd
  • Vicinity: NW of San Luis Rd
  • Lost Category: Lost Building

Built in the mid 1930's, but destroyed during World War II, the Pan American Hotel was constructed for Pan American's Trans-Pacific airline service and became a popular place for Guam's elite. - AsNotedIn



Y/M/D Person Association Description Composition Food Event
Y/M/D Person Association Description Composition Food Event
1935/11/27 Fred Noonan Navigator Flying from San Francisco, Pan Am's first "China Clipper", a mail run, arrives at Sumay, Guam at 3:05 pm. Traveling at an average speed of 115 miles per hour, the flight will arrive in Manila after 59 hours and 48 minutes.
1936/10/00 Pan American World Airways Owner Pan Am Hotel is built for passengers of Pan Am's Clippers.
1941/02/08 Ernest Hemingway American Operative Hemingway goes spear fishing at Pan Am's China Clipper overnight stop in Guam. Hemingway and Gellhorn's WWII Spy Mission

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Owner Federal

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Registry Number: 79003848
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