Aviators Edward F Schlee and William S. "Billy" Brock fly their 'Pride of Detroit' aircraft in North America.
United States USA Date:1927, August Duration:2 min 8 sec Sound:NO SOUND
The history of famous airplanes. Aviators Edward F Schlee and William S. "Billy" Brock at Curtiss Field in New York, United States. An aircraft parked on the airfield. Brock and Schlee stand beside the aircraft. Pilot Brock's head protrudes from the pilot's compartment of the airplane. 'Miss Wayco' painted on the nose section of the airplane. The pilot waves towards the spectators. Stinson monoplane model, 'Pride of Detroit' aircraft flown by the two men. The aircraft takes off. The two men stand beside their airplane at Harbor Grace in Newfoundland. Men work on their aircraft. A tarpaulin lying over the top of engine for protection. Men pour fuel in the wing tanks from five gallon containers. A man works on the engine. Spectators gather around the airplane. The aircraft takes off from Newfoundland. Spectators perched upon a hill nearby.
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