C Howard Pixton

     If you search for "Whipple Hall" +aviation, using the Google search engine, (10-5-09), you will find about 251 links, several of them relevant. Most refer to a building named "Whipple Hall." Several do establish the fact that Whipple was not just a promoter, but did fly the Curtiss aeroplanes. Perhaps one of the most helpful is the following.
Hawaii Aviation
     This article features the exploits of Bud Mars in the first flight of an aeroplane in Hawaii. Whipple was the agent of the Curtiss Aviation Company and was responsible for making the arrangements for the demonstration. If you search through the article, you will find several references to his life and career. You can access the site by clicking on the title above.

WHIPPLE HALL(January 12 1882 - July 20 1942)
Courtesy of  Find A Grave

Editor's Note:
If you have any more information on this pioneer aviator
please contact me.
E-mail to Ralph Cooper

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