If you search for "Charles K. Hamilton" +aviation, using the Google search engine, (6-20-08), you will find about 341 links! I have sampled many of them and they are all very helpful in understanding his story. I have selected just a few which were most interesting to me.

Charles K. Hamilton
1910 International Air meet
Nine famous aviators at Dominguez Field.
From left to right: 1. Hillery Beachey; 2. Col. Johnson (FH or FR); 3. Glenn H. Curtiss; 4. Louis Paulhan; 5. Charles F. Willard; 6. Didier Masson; 7. Lincoln Beachey; 8. Roy Knabenshue; 9. Charles K. Hamilton.
Courtesy: Photograph Collection
Los Angeles Public Library

1910 International Air Meet
at Dominguez Field
     This is a production of the California State University at Dominguez Hills. It probably is the most valuable resource which is readily available on the subject. It offers a complete a revue of the air meet and includes numerous photographs which serve to illustrate the story. You can access the site by clicking on the title above.

First in the Air in British Columbia
by Peter Corley-Smith
     This article on the ROYAL BC MUSEUM website offers a very interesting revue of his exploits in British Columbia in the Spring of 1910. It is illustrated with three very nice photographs, including one which shows his face in substantial detail. You can access the site by clicking on the title above.
     This is an archived copy of the article which I retrieved from the "" website. The original had disappeared from the net.

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