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Lamson, Robert T., 1914-2011


Biographical Note

Robert "Bob" T. Lamson was born on October 30, 1914. Lamson was a test pilot for Boeing from circa 1943-1953. In 1965, he built the Lamson L-106 Alcor, the world's first high altitude pressurized sailplane, which is hosued at The Museum of Flight in Seattle, Washington. Robert T. Lamson died on April 20, 2011.

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Biographical Information Files - L

Scope and Contents Individuals whose names begin with L: Lacy, Clay [Pilot, businessman] Folder 1: "An Aviation Romantic," Professional Pilot, April 1985Publicity brochure for Clay Lacy AviationThree decals for ONMI 64 P-51 racer"High-Flying Retirement," Seattle Times, August 13, 1990"Omni/Lacy...Right On!," Air Progress, July 1972Pathfinder...

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