AERONAUTICS: Real Labor

Into the study of Thomas Alva Edison at Llewellyn Park, N. J. last week walked Lieut. Richard T. Aldworth, U. S. A. retired, tall, solemn, redheaded director of Newark Airport. Three hours later he departed with fingers cramped from scribbling 25 pages of answers to the deaf inventor's questions; also with the knowledge that Inventor Edison proposes to attack the problem of flying in dirty weather. As preface to the interview Inventor Edison, who had summoned Lieut. Aldworth, piloted him across the room, read aloud to him the words on a brass...

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