Remembering the Golden Age of Flight

Code: LH21003

Dates: March 5-19, 2024

Meets: 2:00 PM to 3:15 PM

Sessions: 3

Location: Creutzburg Center 101

Course Fee: $55.00

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The 1920s and 1930s were times of innovation and excitement in aviation and these thrilling stories will be shared with you through lectures, films and photos. During this period, airplanes evolved from biplanes to multi-engine monoplanes with closed cockpits. Airports were being built, thousands attended airshows and famous pilots emerged - pushing the boundaries of what was possible. Among others, discuss Lindbergh's solo crossing of the Atlantic, Richard Byrd's flights across the Poles, and the legacies of Amelia Earhart and Ruth Nicols - daring women who lobbied to join all-male air races.
Fee: $55.00
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Creutzburg Center 101

260 Gulph Creek Road
(in Harford Park)
Radnor, PA 19087
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William Bower

Bill Bower received a B.A. in history from West Chester University (1970) and a M.S. in Education from Wheelock College, Boston, MA (1981). Bill's career at Friends' Central School, Wynnewood, PA spanned four decades (1970122-2012). During his forty-year teaching career, Bill taught lower school history and social studies, middle school ancient civilizations, and upper school American history. He has been a workshop leader and an expert in thematic education. In 2003-2004, Bill taught Lewis & Clarke's journey of discovery for School Night. He is an avid fan of early American flight and eager to share highlights from the Golden Age of Aviation. Bill is glad to return to Main Line School Night.

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