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Product images of Mrs W Buller, first woman to fly professionally
Product details Mrs W Buller, first woman to fly professionally
Mrs W Buller, first woman to fly professionally
Mrs W Buller, first woman to fly professionally, 1914. Mrs Buller became a professional pilot with Caudron and Co. Inset is a portrait of British aviator John Alcock (1892-1919), one of the first men, together with his navigator, Arthur Whitten Brown, to fly non-stop across the Atlantic, a feat they achieved in 1919.
- Image ref: 2378080
- Stapleton Historical Collection / Heritage Images