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Colonel Roosevelt is invited to fly in Arch Hoxsey's plane at St. Louis, Mo., 1910 [electronic resource] / [production company unknown].

Publication:
[United States : s.n.], 1910.
Format/Description:
Video
1 online resource (4 min.).
Series:
Theodore Roosevelt
American history in video
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Other Title:
Colonel Roosevelt is invited to fly
Academic Video Online.
Subjects:
Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919.
Aeronautics -- Exhibitions.
Air pilots.
Airplanes -- Missouri -- Lambert Field (Kinloch, Mo.).
Presidents -- United States.
Summary:
While participating in the Missouri State Republican Party's campaign on October 11, 1910, TR is invited to fly in a biplane with Arch Hoxsey as pilot. Accompanied by Herbert S. Hadley, Governor of Missouri (1909-1913) and two men who appear to be Henry W. Kiel, Mayor of St. Louis, and Sheriff Louis Nolte, TR arrives in motorcade at Kinloch aviation field; man, who appears to be Hoxsey, inspects plane; medium shot of TR as he enters passenger seat of biplane; long shot of plane flying; TR alights from plane, joins waiting crowd, enters automobile and drives away in motorcade.
Notes:
Copyright: no reg.
Original duration: 3:33 at 20 fps.
Sources used: St. Louis globe-democrat. 10/12/10:1-2; St. Louis republic. 10/12/10:1, 3; P&P portrait file.
Previously published as DVD.
Contributor:
Hadley, Herbert S. (Herbert Spencer), 1872-1927.
Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919.
Alexander Street Press.
Missouri. Governor.
OCLC:
701797961
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Restricted for use by site license.