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A Journey of 4.5 Million Miles Began with 120 Feet

“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” -Lao Tzu, Chinese philosopher, 6th-5th c. BC Or, a journey of more than 4.5 million miles through space in 2002 began with a flight of 120 feet on the … Continue reading






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Archives hosts group from Aviation Writers Summit

A dozen aviation writers and editors from around the United States are in town this week for the National Aviation Heritage Area¬†Aviation Writers Summit Presented by Dayton International Airport. The Summit kicked off Wednesday, September 30,¬†and continues through Friday, October … Continue reading






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Who was “Mr. Knabenshue”?

If you have been following our Twitter or Facebook, where we post (among other things) entries from Bishop Milton Wright’s diaries from 100-years-ago-today, then you have no doubt seen several references to one Mr. Roy Knabenshue lately. For instance: Tuesday, … Continue reading






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