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[[ribbon]] [[logo - NATIONAL AIR RACES CLEVELAND]] FIELD SERVICE [[/ribbon]] [[newspaper clipping]] [[image - photograph of 4 women beside plane]] AMATEUR AVIATION ENTHUSIASTS START AIR DERBY A group of air fans took off from the Long Island Aviation Country Club, Hicksville, for a race to Cleveland, Ohio, in connection with the National Air Races. Above are four of the women competitors. Left to right: Misses Laura Morgan, Betty Gilliers, Jasmine Goddard and Manila Davis. [[/newspaper clipping]] [[newspaper clipping]] DAILY NEWS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1931 DOOLITTLE SPANS U.S. IN 11 HRS. 15 MINS. [[image - photograph of four women beside plane]] (NEWS photo) Four women participants in American handicap derby for amateur fliers. They hopped yesterday from Long Island Aviation Country Club at Hicksville for Cleveland. L. to r., Laura Morgan, Mrs. B. A. Gillies, Jessamine Goddard and Manila Davis. [[/newspaper clipping]] [[newspaper clipping]] [[image - photograph of man beside a trophy]] [[/newspaper clipping]] ^[[page 99]]
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