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0525: Doris C. Miller Papers
Marshall University Archives and Special Collections
Group of men & biplane at Chesapeake, Oh airport, 1929, b&w. Typed note with photo states it was a flight to Louisa, Ky to drop flowers on the grave of John Wood, WWI flier who had been killed in his plane at Needles, Calif., a few days before. Left to right: Henry Gravenkemper, Huntington attorney Romeo Parsley, Huntington newspaperman Mr. Barnes, pilot Lewis Stone, pilon from Pikeville, Ky Ray Jones, Pilot James Key Peters, field mechanic for WV State Road Commis. John Hawes Miller, Super., SRC. Plane belonged to Okey Bevins from Pikeville, Ky.
Subject Terms: Louisa, Ky Chesapeake, Ohio Aircraft Air pilots Airplanes
People: Gravenkemper, Henry Wood, John Parsley, Romeo Stone, Lewis Jones, Ray Peters, James Key Miller, John Hawes Bevins, Okey
"Group of men & biplane at Chesapeake, Oh airport, 1929" (1929). 0525: Doris C. Miller Papers, 1915-1989. 125.