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Letter to [[underlined]] Times [[/underlined]] Editor, March 21, 1961 2 how to fly. Such was the end of Ovington's "U. S. Air Mail Carrier Plane No. 1." I should like to add that although those early Government-approved air-mail carrying flights of 1911 and 1912 were stunt flights, they popularized the idea of airmail and thereby helped to advance the date of the establishment of a regular air-mail carrying service in this country and elsewhere. Sincerely yours, Paul Studenski Professor Emeritus of Economics PS:mc
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