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Ruth Law lands on Governor's Island after flight from Chicago
NEW YORK, Nov. 20, 1916 (UP) - Ruth Law took her place as the premier woman aviator of the world to-day, when she broke the American record for cross-country flying.
NC-4 flies over Atlantic to England
By EDWIN HULLINGER
PLYMOUTH, England, May 31, 1919 (UP) - Completing its great flight over the Atlantic, the American seaplane NC-4 swept into the harbor of Plymouth at 2:26 a.m., (8:26 a.m. Eastern time) today.
Alcock, Brown, take British plane on oversea flight
ST. JOHNS, Newfoundland, June 14, 1919 (UP) -- Off on an attempted non-stop flight over the Atlantic from Newfoundland to Ireland, the British Vickers-Vimy airplane left St. Johns today.
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