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SECOND ANNUAL
ANNETTE GIPSON ALL-WOMEN AIR RACE

MR. S. L. WILLITTS
Referee

MISS AMELIA ARHART
Starter

MISS RUTH R. NICHOLS
Chief Scorer

TIMERS
Mr. Jack W. Bishop
Mrs. Evelyn P. de Seversky

TECHNICAL COMMITTEE
Col. H. E. Hartney
Mr. Hugh Copeland, Chairman
Mr. J. Guthrie

Chairman Contest Committee ... MRS. I. J. FOX

ADVISORY COMMITTEE
MRS. FLOYD BENNETT
MR. RUSSELL BOARDMAN
MR CY CALDWELL
COL. CLARENCE CHAMBERLAIN
CAPT ARTHUR CHAMBERLIN
MRS. J. R. CHAMBERLIN
CAPT. FRANK COURTNEY
SENATOR JOSEPH V. SQUIROL
MISS VIOLA GENTRY
MRS. HERBERT HANSCOM
MR. O. P. HARWOOD
CAPT. FRANK HAWKS
LADY HAY DRUMMOND DAY
DR. RAYMOND S. HOLTZ
MR. C. S. (CASEY) JONES
MAJOR J. NELTON KELLY
MR. K. S. LINDSAY
MRS. HANK MILLER
MR JACK O'MEARA
MR. CLYD PANGBORN
MISS PEARL M. PELLATON
MR. JOHN POLANDO
MAJOR ALEX P. de SEVERSKY
MR. SWANEE TAYLOR
MR. FRANK TICHENOR
COL. GEO. A. VAUGHN
MR. AL. WILLIAMS
MR. ROGER Q. WILLIAMS

Special Hangar and Gasoline Courtesy at Floyd Bennett Field by Erickson & Remmert

Official Hotel:  The Half Moon Near Seagate, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Kendall Oil used exclusively in this race.

The "Ninety-Nines," the "Women's International Association of Aeronautics," and the "Early Birds" have unselfishly donated their good offices for the success of this race.

After the race there will be exhibition stunt flying by
MRS. MARY MOORE SANSOM
of Hartford, Conn.
and a delayed-drop Parachute jump by
EDDIE WINFIELD

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SECOND ANNUAL 
ANNETTE GIPSON ALL-WOMEN AIR RACE
FLOYD BENNETT AIRPORT
BROOKLYN, N. Y.

MEMORIAL DAY, MAY 30, 1933
4 P. M. o'clock

DISTANCE 40 MILES–2 LAPS OF 20 MILE COURSE

Sanctioned by
NATIONAL AERONAUTIC ASSOCIATION
Conducted under Rules of
FEDERATION AERONAUTIQUE INTERNATIONALE

MRS. I. J. FOX
Chairman Contest Committee

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