Item 68 - Katherine Stinson at the Brandon Fair

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Katherine Stinson at the Brandon Fair

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World famous aviator, Katherine Stinson (1891-1977) was the fourth woman in the United States to earn her pilots licence. She performed stunt shows all over North America, visiting the Brandon Fair in 1916. Katherine and her mother also established a flight school in Texas where numerous Canadian pilots were trained during the First World War.

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CA DHM 1978.14-68

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  • July, 1916 (Creation)
    Brandon (Man.)

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8" x 10" (b/w), reprint.

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Donated to the Daly House Museum by the Assiniboine Historical Society in 1986.

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Photograph of famous American aviator, Katherine Stinson with a group of Sioux people from Oak River at the Brandon Fair. Stinson is pictured directly in front of the airplane.

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Negative available at the Daly House Museum.

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