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Sample of March 1910 News

More than 100 actual news stories appear in the March 1910 issue. Below is a sampling of a few days of 1910. Individual editions are $9.95 plus postage.


Paulhan Flying From Writ
Chasing Aviator Through Western States with Wright's Injunction

     Memphis, Tenn, Mar. 1, 1910 - Louis Paulhan is leading G.P. McDavitt, deputy United States marshall of New York, a merry chase. McDavitt is endeavoring to serve the order secured by the attorneys for the Wright brothers and restraining the French aviator from continuing his flights in this country.
     From New York, McDavitt went to Phoenix, Ariz., where he missed Paulhan by several hours, going from there to Oklahoma City, where he arrived a half hour too late. Then he came to memphis, but his search was fruitless, and he left for St. Louis early to-day to continue the quest.
Source: The New York Evening Post

Balloon Races At St. Louis

     New York, NY Mar. 7, 1910 - St. Louis won a big aeronautical victory in being selected by the Aero Club of America as the starting point for the International balloon races. St. Louis, Denver, Omaha, Kansas City and Indianapolis all made bids for the meet.
Source: The Valley Sentinel, Carlisle, PA

Air "Road" Open May 15

     Munich, Bavaria, Mar 9, 1910 - The first regular air navigation service in Europe will be inaugurated on May 15. Regular trips will be made from this city alternately to Starnsberg and Oberammergau. A dirigible balloon of the Parseval type, having a gas capacity of 6,700 cubic meters and driven by two motors of 100 horse-power each, will be used.
     The aerial carriage will accommodate 12 passengers besides the crew. The fare for the round trip to Starnsberg will be $55, and for the round trip to Oberammergau $175. The regular service will close for the season on September 1.
     An officer from the German aeronautic corps has been detailed to serve as captain of the dirigible.
Source: The Baltimore News

Army Aeroplane Record

     San Antonio, Tex. Mar 15, 1910 - Lieut. B. D. Foulois, in the Army's Wright aeroplane, yesterday broke his own record for length of time in flight. Despite a variable, puffy wind of from two to ten miles an hour, he remained in the air 23 and one half minutes, at an average height of 100 feet. The machine was under perfect control, and repeatedly circled the drill grounds at Fort Sam Houston.
Source: The New York Evening Post


More than 100 actual news stories appear in the March 1910 issue. Above is a sampling of a few days of 1910. Individual editions are $9.95 plus postage.

News Samples

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