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American Machinist, New York, Feb.7, 1918, Vol.48, pp.221-25 "Women in airplane production" Air Travel, New York, Feb. 1918, Vol.1, No.6, pp.250,284 "Let women fly!" Aerial Age, New York, Mar.1917, Vol.4, No.24, p.715, "Mrs. Van Renssaelaer urges 1000 balloon operators" Aerial Age, New York, Jan.31, 1916, Vol.2, No.20, p.470 "Women of 1915 raise funds for coast defense" Good Housekeeping, Sept.1912, Vol.55, pp.316-19, "Woman's record in aviation" American Homes, Sept.1911, Vol.8, pp.324-5 "Flying as a sport for women" Aircraft, New York, June 1910, Vol.1, No.4, p.152 "Three impressions-sensations of aerial locomotion" Aeronautics, New York, Jan.1909, Vol.4, No.1 pp.10-11 "My first+only balloon ascent" Aeronautics, New York, Oct.1908, Vol.3, No.4, p.18 "First ascension by a woman in Canton" Aeronautics, New York, 1908, Vol.3, No.1 pp.24,46 "My initial trip to the clouds"
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