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ERIE RAILROAD COMPANY
DELAWARE & JEFFERSON DIVISIONS
OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT
SUSQUEHANNA, PA.

In your reply please refer to File No. [[blank line]]
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November 3rd, 1911.

Mr F. S. Howard,
Division Passenger Agent,
Elmira, New York.

Dear sir:

Attached is record of Aviator Rodgers' flight also run made by his special train on September 21st and 22nd, 1911.

Rodgers landed at Doyle's Straight Line, about one mile east of KI Tower Hancock on the 21st and left there the next morning at 11:06. Got to Stone Viaduct [[strikethrough]] w [[/strikethrough]] ^[[E]]ast of Susquehanna and sailed over Jefferson Division and the D&H tracks to Scranton; then followed the DL&W to Great Bend, Pa., at which point he again struck the Erie.

Yours truly,

[[signature]]M H Hanrahan [[/signature]]
Chief Train Dispatcher.
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