C. Alfred Anderson and Albert E. Forshythe Complete the “Goodwill Flight” of 1934

For their celebrated Pan-American “Goodwill Flight” of 1934, Anderson and Forsythe flew a Lambert Monocoupe they dubbed the Spirit of Booker T. Washington. The goal of the “goodwill flight” was to show the skill of black aviators and to enhance racial understanding.

The naming of the Spirit of Booker T. Washington reflected the principles and aims of the Tuskegee Institute.