July 1959
Ebony;Jul1959, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p37
The article offers information on Mary E. Tiller who is the first African American air hostess to join Trans World Airlines Inc. It reports that he enjoys her work and is well-known among people for her gentle nature. It describes an incident when a passenger took her to be a Hawaiian and was pleased by her hospitality. Tiller believes that the job of a hostess requires one to love people.


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