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Verville-Packard Pulitzer Trophy Airplane Race 1920jpeg
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Having sped through the air at the rate of 156.5 mph, Lieutenant C.C. Mosley of the United States Army Air Service, piloted an American built Verville-Packard airplane, won the first aerial contest for the Pulitzer Trophy (1920) yesterday at Mitchel Field, near Garden City. The attached announcement from a 1920 issue of THE INDEPENDENT is illustrated with a picture of the victorious pilot standing before his prized Verville Packard.


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The Verville Packard Battle Plane: 178 Miles Per Hour (The Independent, 1920)

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