Paulhan, Louis, 1883-1963
- Existence: 1883-1963
Isidore Auguste Marie Louis Paulhan, known as Louis Paulhan, was born on July 19, 1883. He was a pioneering French aviator and is known for winning the first Daily Mail aviation prize for the first flight between London and Manchester in 1910. Paulhan also participated in the 1910 Los Angeles International Air Meet at Dominguez Field. Louis Paulhan died on February 10, 1963.
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Scope and Contents Individuals whose names begin with P: Packard, David [Chairman, Hewlett-Packard Company] Brief resume"Packard Wary of Industry Diversification," Aviation Week & Space Technology, January 29, 1973"Packard Accepts Jackson Award," [Seattle Times?], undatedAdditional, short pieces about Packard Packard, Patrick H. [Aviation artist and historian] ...
Collection — Folder: 1
Contents of the Collection This small collection is comprised of an original program for the 1910 Los Angeles International Air Meet at Dominguez Field. The front cover reads "Official Program, Tuesday, Jan. 11, 1910 for First America Aviation Meet, Los Angeles, January 10-20, 1910, American & Foreign Aviators, Daily Flights, Los Angeles Day, Price, 10 cents."The inside pages list officers of the meet, aviators, and balloons scheduled to fly that day, and lists of prizes. On the left inside page, there is...
Abstract Goodman L. Goodmanson (1886-1924) worked as a photographer for the Los Angeles Examiner during the 1910s. The collection is comprised of a photograph album containing sixty-three (63) black-and-white photographs depicting scenes from the Los Angeles International Air Meet of 1910 and a handwritten notecard presenting the album as a gift.
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