Aviation Meet postal card
Aviators N. Atwood and Archie Freeman flew mail at the Atwood Park Aviation Meet, held in Cliftondale, Massachusetts, May 30 - June 1, 1912. On May 30 and June 1 mail was flown from Atwood Park, Cliftondale, a suburb of Saugus, to Lynn, Massachusetts, a distance of five miles. Inclement weather grounded flights on May 31. Atwood flew 600 cards and forty covers on May 30, and Arch Freeman flew 2,700 pieces of mail (mostly postcards) on June 1. The Post Office Department officially designated this route as No. 604,001. All mail was postmarked "Lynn, Mass., Cliftondale Br." and bears a circular "Aero Postal Sta. Saugus Mass." cachet.
Archie Freeman carried this postal card on June 1. It bears the circular cachet - "Aero Postal Sta. / Saugus Mass." Its circular postmark - "LYNN MASS. / JUN 1 / 4 PM / CLIFTONDALE BR" cancels the 1-cent McKinley indicia.