Arthur Starbuck
 Arthur Starbuck
Arthur Starbuck
Collection of Margaret Wheatley Clayton, 9-13-06

     If you search from "Arthur Starbuck +aviation" using Google, (6-1-04), you will find five relevant links, including the one to this website..
Sebastopol's Airport
     Rich Clayton alerted me to this website on which there are several mentions of Starbuck. You will probably want to use the "FIND" function to locate the four instances. You can access the page by clicking on the title above.
     If time permits, you will find that numerous pioneer aviators are mentioned in this article. I think your time will be well spent in reading this saga.

Aviation Museum: New England Air Museum
     On this page, if you will use the "FIND" function on Starbuck, you will find this entry in the "Reviews / Comments by our visitors" section.
"Does anyone have information about "The Liberty Flyers?" They were an army daredevil stunt team after W.W. 1, namely Lt. Arthur Starbuck and Lt. Charles Collyer. We have been searching in vain, cannot find any info. Please help! E-mail me at 05/15/2002 @ 20:23"

Jefferson Public Radio
     I was alerted to this website by Rich Clayton on October 24, 2006. It is the transcript of a program which was broadcast on Wednesday, October 4, 2006. The program is entitled Art Starbuck and Air Mail and was written by Alice Mullaly. It is brief, but offers a number of significant events in his career as an airmail pilot. You can access the site by clicking on the title above.

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