Clarence Chamberlin, American aviation pioneer, was a competitor of Charles Lindbergh's in the race to be the first to fly non-stop across the Atlantic. Chamberlin was the second to do that, but the first to carry a passenger with him on June 4-6, 1927. He also flew further than Lindbergh had, travelling 3905 miles. Later in the summer of that year, he became the first to fly from a ship (SS Leviathan) to shore. This Clarence Chamberlin autograph check reproduction would look great in an album or display.