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JOHN F. CURRY
1886-1973

Library of Congress Wright Photo 3G7
 
 
 
   

 
 
 
 
John F. Curry
John F. Curry
 
 
 

 
  Highly Recommended Book for Further Reading:
 
TAILSPINS:
A Story of Early Aviation Days
by Edith Dodd Culver
Sunstone Press, Santa Fe, New Mexico
 

 
  Highly Recommended Book for Further Reading:
 
CITY OF FLIGHT:
The History of Aviation in St. Louis
by James J. Horgan
The Patrice Press.
 

 
  Highly Recommended Book for Further Reading:
 
WALDO: PIONEER AVIATOR
A Personal History of American Aviation, 1910-1944
by Waldo Dean Waterman
with Jack Carpenter
Arsdalen, Bosch & Co., publishers
 

 
  Highly Recommended Links for Further Reading:
 
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  Highly Recommended Links for Further Reading:
 
Major General John F. Curry:
ALLSTAR Network
Editor's Note

The ALLSTAR Network site (Aeronautics Learning Laboratory for Science, Technology and Research) is designed as a resource for students and teachers. I find it to be very valuable and recommend it highly. It has an extensive collection of links to "Minorities in Aeronautics", "Heroes and People in Aeronautics", and "Aeronautical Organizations." You may visit the sites by clicking on the titles above.
 
  Highly Recommended Links for Further Reading:
 
The Aerodrome: Aces and Aircraft of World War I
Edwin Parsons
 
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The Aerodrome is a wonderful site which features the Aces and Aircraft of World War I. It has sections on Aces, Books, Forum, Guests, Help, Links, Medals, News and Search. I have found the stories on the aces to be comprehensive, fascinating and often the only source of information available. A visit to any of the other sections is always rewarding. I highly recommend that you make a visit to the site, as time permits.
 

 

 
 
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