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San Antonio, Tex, Light, 
about May 2, 1915

ON U. S. RESERVE CORPS 
Miss Marjorie Stinson Has Joined Aviation Forces.

Miss Marjorie Stinson, the youngest licensed air-pilot, has been made a member of the United States Aviation Reserve Corps. 
Announcement of her appointment was received by Miss Stinson from A. B. Lambert of St. Louis, who is in charge of the organization of the reserve corps of aviators.

In addition to being the youngest member of the corps, Miss Stinson also is the only girl aviator in the reserve. The letter from Mr. Lambert containing her appointment was accompanied by a small gold emblem, bearing the insignia of the corps.

To fill a flying engagement, Miss Stinson will leave for Seguin, May 18. The exhibition, to take place May 19, will consist of a demonstration of the utility of the aeroplane in times of peace as well as in times of war. She will carry mail in an official Federal pouch from the aviation field to the Seguin post-office and later will go aloft over the field and drop bombs at a "property" fort, emulating the invasion of London by Zeppelins.


[[margin]] San Antonio, Tex. Express about May 8, 1915 [[/margin]]

MISS STINSON JOINS RESERVES
San Antonio Aviatrix, Youngest Licensed Air Pilot, Is Patriotic.

Miss Marjorie Stinson, San Antonio aviatrix, the youngest licensed air pilot in America, has joined the United States Aviation Corps. News of Miss Stinson's appointment to the service came to her from Albert Bond Lambert of St. Louis, who is in charge of the formation of the American Aviation Reserve Corps.

Not only is Miss Stinson the youngest member of the corps, but she is the only girl aviator in the reserves. Mr. Lambert, in transmitting to Miss Stinson the announcement of her appointment to the service, inclosed a gold emblem, the insignia of the corps.


Seguin, Tex. Enterprise
about May 2, 1915

Miss Stinson Joins Reserves.

Miss Marjorie Stinson, San Antonio aviatrix, the youngest licensed air pilot in America,  has joined the United States Aviation Corps. News of Miss Stinson's appointment to the service came to her Albert Bond Lambert of St. Louis, who is in charge of the formation of the American Aviation Reserve Corps.

Not only is Miss Stinson the youngest member of the corps, but she is the only girl aviator in the reserves. Mr. Lambert, in transmitting to Miss Stinson the announcement of her appointment to the service, inclosed a gold emblem, the insigna of the corps.—San Antonio Express.


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