from CHIRP, Early Birds of Aviation
While still in college, he began his aviation activities. From 1904 to 1908 he designed, built and flew
gliders. From 1908 to 1910 he was associated with Dr. Alexander Graham Bell and Glenn H. Curtiss in the Aerial Experiment
Association. In 1910 he opened his own plant, in Mineola, L. I., where he designed and built two planes. In 1912 he organized the
Huntington Aircraft Corp. at Garden City, L. I. In 1913 he became secretary of the Aero Club of America and chairman of the
Technical Committee. From 1926 to 1928, he was sales manager and assistant treasurer of the Bellanca Aircraft Co. at New Castle,
In 1931 he retired from aviation and moved to Lyme, Conn.