These Arrow Airways baggage labels, c. 1938, are up for bid on eBay.
The seller says, "...very small and short lived Canadian operation. Arrow Airways was owned by Jack Hone and was formed in 1935 and based in The Pas, Manitoba. Its fleet consisted of a single engine Fokker monoplane and a Waco. They flew trappers in and out of their hunting grounds, flew fur cargos out in the spring, transported mining equipment, supplies, and crews and occasionally delivered mail to isolated communities as well as providing mercy flights. Later, regular passenger service to Flin Flon and Sherridon was added. Arrow Airways was bought out by James Armstrong Richardson in 1938."
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