|Henry R Palmer, The Seaplanes, Leonard Morgan Publishing, 1965|
|Len Martin, Airliners of the World, Arco Publishing 1966|
In the early seventies it had been reduced to serving as a hot dog stand in the Virgin Islands after being damaged in an taxiing accident before being rescued again. After being ferried to Pensacola, it was moved to Connecticut in 1983 where it was restored.
It is currently on display at the New England Air Museum.
Below, sister ship Excalibur, built for American Export Airlines, crashed on takeoff from Newfoundland in 1942.