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259 Miles An Hour Is New Air Record, November 3, 1923

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Summary:
Clipping from The World which notes Lieutenant Harold J. Brow's record flight speed of 259 miles an hour. This article puts a more sensationalist spin on the account of the Wright Field test flights where Brow and Lieutenant A. J. Williams repeatedly broke each other's speed records in one day.
Title: 259 Miles An Hour Is New Air Record, November 3, 1923.
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Name(s): The World, Newspaper
Type of Resource: still image
Genre: Newspaper Clipping
Date Created: 1923-11-03
Publisher: West Florida History Center, UWF Libraries, digitized from materials loaned by the National Naval Aviation Museum
Place of Publication: New York
Extent: 1 newspaper clipping
Language(s): Eng
Summary: Clipping from The World which notes Lieutenant Harold J. Brow's record flight speed of 259 miles an hour. This article puts a more sensationalist spin on the account of the Wright Field test flights where Brow and Lieutenant A. J. Williams repeatedly broke each other's speed records in one day.
Identifier: uwfnam_HJBbox3_11-3-1923_259MPHNewRecord (IID)
Note(s): A Project of the Gulf Coast Maritime Digital Portal Project
Subject(s): Naval History -- Aviation History -- Brow, Harold J. -- 1920's
Held by: University of West Florida
Held by: National Naval Aviation Museum
Persistent Link to This Record: http://purl.flvc.org/uwf/fd/uwfnam_HJBbox3_11-3-1923_259MPHNewRecord
Use and Reproduction: http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC-EDU/1.0/
Host Institution: UWF

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