Aeronautics: Dough-Icks

When she arrived in Manhattan last week, after a trip from Lake Constance, Switzerland, which has taken almost ten months, the monster Dornier flying boat DO-X (pronounced: dough-icks) stirred and surprised a city which had long ceased to be impatient for her arrival. The deep vehemence of her twelve 600-h. p. Curtiss Conqueror motors beat down like a whole squadron of ordinary planes, stilling the clamor of streets and avenues as she passed over. People, peering from windows and sidewalks were amazed at a hull...

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