Chicago & Southern Air Lines  Stinson SM-6000-B  NC11175    (c/n  5025)


                                          In 1935, after the fledgling Chicago & Southern had gotten off the ground, so to speak, Carleton
                                          Putnam, its CEO, realized that larger equipment would be needed to cope with the growth and
                                          accordingly purchased several Tri-motor Stinsons from Transamerican Airlines.  This model Stinson
                                          was often referred to as the model "T".   Later in 1935 C & S added a Chicago to St. Louis schedule.