In the Archives - Huffman Prairie Flying Field
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In this episode of In the Archives, Wright State University Archivist Dawne Dewey talks about Huffman Prairie Flying Field and its importance in the invention of flight. Dewey highlights the Wright Brothers experimental flights, the training of pilots at the Wright School of Aviation, and Milton Wright's first and only flight.
“In the Archives” is sponsored by the Friends of the Libraries at Wright State University. Wright State's New Media Incubator created the video. Jennifer Ware was the executive producer. Nicolas Green and Amanda Harris served as Producers/Directors/Videographers/Editors.
Wright, Wilbur, 1867-1912; Wright, Orville, 1871-1948; Wright, Milton, 1828-1917; Dewey, Dawne; Huffman Prairie (Simms Station)
Special Collections and Archives; Wright State University Libraries
Digital Initiatives and Repository Services; Wright State University Libraries
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