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Pitching In to preserve aviation history
by Christine Negroni
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13 December 2016
On 13 December 2016 The New York Times reported:
One hundred and thirteen years ago this week, an airplane created by the Wright brothers made the first powered flight. Seven years later at that factory off West Third Street [in Dayton, Ohio], the brothers built the first factory mass-producing airplanes for sale. Now, as part of a plan to renovate the factory, the children of West Dayton may be learning a lot more about the city's most famous sons and their world-altering invention.
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