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Founded by Ralph O'Neill in 1928-29, the New York, Rio and Buenos Aires Line provided pioneer air travel service to South America, using amphibian planes. O'Neill ran the airline until it merged with Pan Am in the early 1930s. Jane Galbraith, executive secretary of the airlines wrote and annotated the log.