Aeronautics: Modern Pilgrim Father

In spick & span riding habits George R. Hutchinson and his flying family arrived back in Manhattan last week, ready to cash in on their incompleted seaplane flight to Europe. Amazed at the lashing he had received from the Press for taking along his two young daughters, Pilot Hutchinson argued: "I did not subject my family to any more hazards than if they were traveling in an automobile. . . . The people who are criticizing me now are the same ones who boast of their ancestors who came over on the Mayflower,...

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