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Bud Schulenburgur help build the THREE WACO EIGHTS, IN MEDINA OHIO … 1921. He worked with the metals which we used for the fuselages. This was in competition with Clayton J. Brukner. The Company was Weaver Aircraft Co., Inc. 1920. George E. "Buck" Weaver was the only and famous pilot. Elwood J. Junkin and C. J. Brukner two friends from Michigan with Weaver formed the Company. When Bud Schulenburgur left he worked with R. E. Franklin on the glider which I eventually bought and flew.
Signed
Mrs. Hattie Myers Weaver (Junkin)
Medina Ohio 1921
WASHINGTON GLIDER CLUB
PAUL EDWARD GARBER, SECRETARY
Section of Aeronautics, U. S. National museum
WASHINGTON, D. C.
[[stamp]] Washington, D. C. 9 1930
Aug 5 10:30 PM
ADDRESS YOUR MAIL TO STREET AND NUMBER
[[/stamp]]

564

Mrs. Lt. Ralph Barnaby
[[strikethru]]2303[[/strikethru]] 2803 – 28th St. N. W.,
Washington, D. C.

33 Apr 688
2121 – [[Ny?]]
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