1917 Typed Letter Signed from Lieutenant Colonel Rockwell, Signal Corps, Commanding Headquarters Aviation School Hazelhurst Field Mineola, NY Regarding a Speaking Engagement at the Woman's Press Club of New York. Americana - WWI - Aviation.
1917 Typed Letter Signed from Lieutenant Colonel Rockwell, Signal Corps, Commanding Headquarters Aviation School Hazelhurst Field Mineola, NY Regarding a Speaking Engagement at the Woman's Press Club of New York.
1917 Typed Letter Signed from Lieutenant Colonel Rockwell, Signal Corps, Commanding Headquarters Aviation School Hazelhurst Field Mineola, NY Regarding a Speaking Engagement at the Woman's Press Club of New York.
1917 Typed Letter Signed from Lieutenant Colonel Rockwell, Signal Corps, Commanding Headquarters Aviation School Hazelhurst Field Mineola, NY Regarding a Speaking Engagement at the Woman's Press Club of New York.

1917 Typed Letter Signed from Lieutenant Colonel Rockwell, Signal Corps, Commanding Headquarters Aviation School Hazelhurst Field Mineola, NY Regarding a Speaking Engagement at the Woman's Press Club of New York.

Mineola, New York: Not Published, 1917. F. Two pieces of related correspondence: A typed letter on Headquarters Signal Corps Aviation School Hazelhurst Field Mineola, New York letterhead dated January 2, 1917 signed by Lieut. Col. Rockwell, replying affirmatively to the invitation of Mrs. Alfred J. Eno, Chairman of the Progress and Current Events committee of the Woman's Press Club of NY to her request for an address on "Progress in Aeronautics"; (with) a carbon copy of the original typed invitation note sent to the Col., dated Dec. 18th, from Mrs. Eno. Letter approx. 8" x 10 1/2" size; note about 5 1/2" x 8". Couple of old pin-holes in both; slight wear; old fold lines; in very good condition. The aeronautical division of the U.S. Army remained within the Signal Corps until 1918, when it became the Army Air Service and later, the U.S. Air Force. Item #26377

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