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“Alas, that he must fly on Sunday!”
On Sunday, March 14, 1915, Bishop Milton Wright wrote the following lines in his daily diary: …Lincoln Beachy fell 7,000 ft to his death in San Francisco Bay, to-day, in his second flight, on a monoplane. Alas, that he must … Continue reading
Posted in Aviation, Collections, SC&A Tagged aviation, aviation history, Bishop Milton Wright, MS-1, MS-216, MS-338 Comments Off on “Alas, that he must fly on Sunday!”