Wednesday, April 15, 2009

May issue of Freedom Seat reviews now available

Two articles:
1. Aviation on stamps. The Curtiss Jenny.
2. Aviation history year by year: 1901

Five reviews:
1. Zero 3 Bravo: Solo Across America in a Small Plane, by Mariana Gosnell (memoir from the 1970s)
2. Patterns, by Bette Bach Fineman (memoirs of ex wife of Richard Bach (Jonathan Livingston Seagull)
3. Rising Above It, by Edna Gardner Whyte (aviation pioneer)
4. Spreading My Wings, by Diana Barnato Walker (British ATA pilot, first British woman to break sound barrier)
5. Soaring Above Setbacks, by Janet Harmon Bragg (first black woman to earn a commercial pilot's license, just a few years after Bessie Coleman became the first to earn a pilot's license.)

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