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Air Speed Mark Smashed Thrice In Day by Rivals, Continued, November 5, 1923

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Summary:
Continuation of the article "Air Speed Mark Smashed Thrice In Day by Rivals" which details the average speeds of Lieutenant Harold J. Brow, 265 miles an hour, and Lieutenant A. J. Brow, 263 miles an hour, after they flew a speed course at Mitchel Field. After which Williams managed to attain a speed of 266 miles an hour.
Title: Air Speed Mark Smashed Thrice In Day by Rivals, Continued, November 5, 1923.
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Name(s): New York Tribune, Newspaper
Type of Resource: still image
Genre: Newspaper Clipping
Issuance: multipart monograph
Date Created: 1923-11-05
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 (Part 2 of 2)
Language(s): Eng
Summary: Continuation of the article "Air Speed Mark Smashed Thrice In Day by Rivals" which details the average speeds of Lieutenant Harold J. Brow, 265 miles an hour, and Lieutenant A. J. Brow, 263 miles an hour, after they flew a speed course at Mitchel Field. After which Williams managed to attain a speed of 266 miles an hour.
Identifier: uwfnam_HJBbox3_11-5-1923_AirSpeedMarkSmashedThrice_2 (IID)
Note(s): A Project of the Gulf Coast Maritime Digital Portal Project
Subject(s): Brow, Harold J. -- Aviation History -- Naval History -- 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_11-5-1923_AirSpeedMarkSmashedThrice_2
Use and Reproduction: http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC-EDU/1.0/
Host Institution: UWF

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