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by Charles E. Planck
Harper & Brothers, New York 
In May of 1915 Marjorie was all set to make history. Arrangements had been made between the postmasters of San Antonio and Seguin, Texas, 35 miles apart, to fly mail between the two places, and authorization have been obtained from the Second Assistant Postmaster General for flights of both places between May 19 and May 31. Majorie was selected for the experiment and was duly sworn in by George Armistead, postmaster of San Antonio. 
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