Judy Rae

Barbara H. Schultz to headline Flight Path Museum’s Speaker

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When:
February 12, 2019 @ 10:30 am
2019-02-12T10:30:00-08:00
2019-02-12T10:45:00-08:00
Where:
Flight Path Museum and Learning Center
6661 W Imperial Hwy
Los Angeles, CA 90045
USA
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Terry Gegesi, Agnes Huff Communications
(310) 629-0221

Barbara H. Schultz to headline Flight Path Museum’s Speaker Series on February 12, 2018

Aviation historian and author presents her newest book, Cliff Henderson: Visionary Leader 

 WHAT:           Barbara H. Schultz, an aviation historian, author, and speaker for over 25 years will be presenting her newest book, Cliff Henderson: Visionary Leader.  Cliff’s contributions to aviation were phenomenal. Cliff seized opportunities when he saw them and transformed them into reality. As Managing Director for the National Air Races, Cliff created a “laboratory of the industry” which provided an international platform for faster airplanes, more reliable motors, and safer transportation. Under his guidance, new world records were set and the public was entertained.  Thousands returned each year to witness the daring, the spectacular, and the thrills provided by the National Air Races.

 

                        Barbara focuses on documenting the lives of individuals who spent their lives contributing to aviation. Her research is exemplary. Books she has written are Pancho: The Biography of Florence Lowe Barnes;Wedell-Williams Air ServiceFlying Carpets, Flying Wings: The Biography of Moye W. Stephens; and Endorsed by Earhart: How Amelia Financed her Flying. She has also written several articles for the American Aviation Historical Society Journal and consulted and appeared in three aviation documentaries: Breaking Through the CloudsThe Katherine Cheung Story,and The Happy Bottom Riding Club. Barbara earned her private pilot’s license in 1978, purchasing a 1950 Cessna 140A soon after. She and her husband live on their own airport near Lancaster, California where they keep their collection of airplanes including a Beech 18.

 

WHEN:                       Tuesday, February 12, 2018 at 10:30 am

 

WHERE:          Flight Path Museum and Learning Center

                                    6661 West Imperial Highway

                                    Los Angeles, California 90045

MEDIA

CONTACT:      Terry Gegesi, Agnes Huff Communications

                        tg.ahuffgroup@yahoo.com (310) 629-0221

 

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