Pages 6-10
 
 
Capt. Neal Patterson
 
 

Capt. Neal Patterson, Commanding Officer
of the Bureau of Aircraft production, Detroit
Michigan. Test Park Morrow Field, it's a Ford farm tractor.
Photo and text from collection of Lester Bishop
Courtesy of David Balanky
 

 
 
D H Bomber
 
 
Starting D_H_Bomber, powered with a Liberty
12 cylinder 425 H.P. water cooled motor,
Morrow Field, Detroit, Michigan. Bomber will
be flight tested by a Test Pilot. It could be
me.
Photo and text from collection of Lester Bishop
Courtesy of David Balanky
 

 
 
Walter H. Stevens
 
 

Walter H. Stevens, Pilot. Russell L. Thomas,
Mechanic, were killed September 14th, 1920 in a
J. L. German Junkers #308, flying between
Cleveland, Ohio and Chicago, Ill. Plane
caught fire in the air and crashed on
landing. Both were killed instantly.
Photo and text from collection of Lester Bishop
Courtesy of David Balanky
 

 
 
Fish Hassell
 
 

"Fish" Hassell, left to right, Les. Bishop
Bert Kenyon, Jule Clark, French's Michelson
Mr. Arthur Rosenthal, "Roseswift Airplane Co.,
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Photo and Text from collection of Lester Bishop
Courtesy of David Balanky
 

 
 
First Hangar
 
 

1920 The first airplane hanger built in Grand rapids, Michigan
this was the old fair grounds of Grand Rapids.
Photo and Text from collection of Lester Bishop
Courtesy of David Balanky
 

 
 
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