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A photograph showing the first airplane to land in Offerle, Kansas. It was a Curtis-Wright, 2-place, bi-plane. It was piloted by Jay Sadusky, and he and Kenneth Brown are posed in front of the plane. In the cock-pit is the co-pilot and Harry F. Brown. Dan Brown is standing beside the plane.

Date: 1921

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Item Number: 224112
Call Number: FK2.E1 O.741 *1
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 224112

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