WHERE DID HE GO?
NEW YORK - 1902-1915
 

 
 
Deutschland
 
 
THE STEAMSHIP DEUTSCHLAND
Courtesy of Russell Farber
Antiques and Ephemera
 
  NEW YORK
April 13, 1902, he was received by Thomas Edson, inventor of the electric light, in his laboratory in West Orange, N. Y.
In October of 1915, Santos-Dumont flew in a Curtiss hydroplane at the plant in Long Island, N.Y.
April 10, 1902, Santos Dumont arrived in New York on board the steamship "Deutschland".
April 14, 1902, the New York Argus-Albany newspaper reported the meeting of Santos Dumont with Thomas Edson.
April 17, 1902, the New York "World" newspaper reported the meeting of Santos Dumont with the President of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt.
April 18, 1902, the "Herald" newspaper reported that on the 17th, Santos Dumont was honored with a dinner hosted by Dr. Assis Brazil, the Brazilian Minister in Washington. On the first day of May, he departed from New York, bound for Europe, on the steamship "La Sovoie". On that same day, the "New York Journal" reported his departure for Europe. On May 10, the "New York Herald" reported his arrival France on the previous day.
In June of 1902, the North American Review magazine published an article written by him.
July 22, 1902, the steamship "La Savole" arrived in New York.
 

 
 
La Tourane
 
 
THE STEAMSHIP LA TOURAINE
Courtesy of ??????
 
  August 14, 1902, He left New York for Europe on the steamship "Touraine". In June he passed through New York, coming from Saint Louis with his damaged airship, the No. 7, on his way back to Europe.
October 7, 1915, he arrived in New York to participate in the Panamerican Scientific Congress.
In October of 1915, Santos-Dumont flew in a Curtiss hydroplane at the plant in Long Island, N.Y. On February 5, he left New York for Chile.
 

 
 
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