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These Autographs were collected by my Father over his lifetime! Stowe Vintage will feature Autographs of Hollywood Stars, Political Autographs, President's Autographs, Sports Autographs, Military Autographs, Entertainment Autographs, Authors Autographs, Historical Autographs, and More! Comes with a COA. Contact us at 802-253-7000 or stovint08@gmail.com.


 

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CLARENCE CHAMBERLIN AUTOGRAPH

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Clarence Duncan Chamberlin (November 11, 1893 – October 30, 1976) was the second man to solo pilot across the Atlantic Ocean, and he was the first to carry a passenger. Aviation Records: 1927 Endurance record by circling New York City for 51 hours and 11 minutes with Bert Acosta. 1927 First ship-to-shore flight, when he flew a mail plane to New York City from the deck of a ship 120 miles at sea. 1927 Second nonstop transatlantic flight, from Roosevelt Field, Long Island to Eisleben, Germany, a distance of 3,911 miles, in 42 hours and 31 minutes. 1927 First transatlantic passenger.


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Original Clarence Chamberlin Autograph, Signed on Cut Paper. Regular Price - $ 299.00 / Sale Price - $ 198.00.


LOT OF 6 COMMEMORATIVE ENVELOPS

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Commemorative Envelops with the Autographs of Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker, Frank Hawks, Robert O.D. Sullivan, Herbert Hoover and James St. Loraine. Eddie Rickenbacker - (October 8, 1890–July 27, 1973) was best known as a fighter ace and Medal of Honor recipient. He was also a race car driver and automotive designer, a government consultant in military matters and a pioneer in air transportation. During his lifetime, Rickenbacker worked with many influential civilian and military leaders. He had keen insight into technology, and vision for future improvements. Among other events, he participated in or observed Armistice Day on the Western Front. Frank Monroe Hawks (March 28, 1897 - August 23, 1938) was a Lieutenant Commander in World War I and a record holding aviator who was killed in an air crash. Robert O.D. Sullivan - flew from New York to Marseilles, France, to make his first flight across the Atlantic Jan. 28, 1928. He made his "100" flight across the Atlantic. Herbert Hoover - Herbert Clark Hoover (August 10, 1874 – October 20, 1964), the thirty-first President of the United States (1929–1933), was a mining engineer and humanitarian administrator. As the United States Secretary of Commerce in the 1920s under Presidents Warren Harding and Calvin Coolidge, he promoted economic modernization. In the presidential election of 1928 Hoover easily won the Republican nomination. The nation was prosperous and optimistic, leading to a landslide for Hoover over the Democrat Al Smith, a Catholic whose religion was distrusted by many. Hoover deeply believed in the Efficiency Movement (a major component of the Progressive Era), arguing that there were technical solutions to all social and economic problems. That position was challenged by the Great Depression, which began in 1929, the first year of his presidency. He tried to combat the Depression with volunteer efforts and government action, none of which produced economic recovery during his term. The consensus among historians is that Hoover's defeat in the 1932 election was caused primarily by failure to end the downward spiral into deep Depression, compounded by popular opposition to prohibition. James St. Loraine - Pilot first Passenger Plane Aug. 1, 1931.


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Commemorative Envelops with the Autographs of: Earle Ovington, C.E. Rosendahl, and Ruth Elder. Earle Ovington -Prior to his training as a pilot Ovington had worked as an engineering assistant to Thomas A. Edison in New Jersey. The first air mail flights and the passenger carrying planes from transcontinental to transoceanic remind us that the first official air mail pilot in the U.S. was from Newton! In September, 1911 the big event at the Harvard-Boston Aviation Meet at Squantum Airfield was a $10,000 inter-city flight competition sponsored by the Boston Globe, The flight rules of the race required the four contestants to fly a circuitous route over the cities of Nashua, Worcester, Providence and back to Squantum. One of the competitors was Earle Ovington of Newton who was piloting a 100 horsepower Bleriot monoplane which he had learned to fly at the Bleriot Aviation School in Pau, France in 1906. He was easily the winner of the race, the only one of the four contestants to complete the 174 mile course. C.E. Rosendahl - was an admiral in the United States Navy and an advocate of lighter than air flight. Designated a Naval Aviator in November 1924, Lieutenant Commander Rosendahl served in the dirigible Shenandoah, and distinguished himself by successfully bringing part of the shattered airship safely to earth after she broke up in the air on 3 September 1925 over Noble County, Ohio. He next was Executive Officer, and later Commanding Officer, of the dirigible Los Angeles and took part in long-range flights on board the German commercial airship Graf Zeppelin. In 1930 Rosendahl was assigned to the Bureau of Aeronautics, in Washington, D.C., and in 1931-1932 commanded the new dirigible Akron. Ruth Elder - She made up her mind that she would be the first "Lady Lindy," the first woman to fly across the Atlantic. Her stage critics and others immediately held her in ridicule when she made her announcement. Some called her proposed flight a publicity stunt, prompted by Lindbergh's success and designed to help her acting career. In part, they were probably right. The publicity generated by her announcement was good exposure for her career. Had the flight been successful, Elder would have been the first woman to fly across the Atlantic. Unfortunately, bad weather and a leaking oil line forced the two to ditch in the Atlantic 300 miles short of their goal. They were rescued by a passing ship and, although they had been unsuccessful, they were treated as national and international heroes. They were even accorded the ultimate hero's welcome, a tickertape parade through the streets of New York City.


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Original Autographs of: Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker, Frank Hawks, Robert O.D. Sullivan, Herbert Hoover, James St. Loraine, Earle Ovington, C.E. Rosendahl, and Ruth Elder. All Six Commemorative Envelopes: Regular Price - $ 1200.00 / Sale Price - $795.00. Included as a free gift is this First Flight Commemorative Signed Envelope, we have been unable to determine the signature. As of now it is a mystery! SOLD


WALTER LUNDIN AUTOGRAPH

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Captain Walter A. Lundin U. S. Navy Fighter Pilot. Enlisted in the Royal Canadian Air Force on July 7, 1941. On November 9, 1942 Walter transferred to the U.S. Navy. In November 1943 Walter was assigned to Fighter Squadron Fifteen flying F6F Hellcats and proceeded to the forward area aboard the U.S.S. Essex. The squadron participated in the Marianas campaign, flew initial strikes against Palau, the Philippines and Formosa, and was engaged in the first and second battles of the Philippine Sea. In December 1944 the Air Group returned to the United States. Tally Record: 6 1/2 kills. Awards: Distinguished Flying Cross, Air Medal with Gold Star. Original Walter A. Lundin Autograph, signed on a Photocopied page about Walter A. Lundin. Approx. size 8 1/2 x 11 inches. Regular Price - $ 48.00 / Sale Price - $ 24.95.


ERNST MESSERSCHMID AUTOGRAPH

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Ernst Willi Messerschmid was born May 21, 1945. Ernst Messerschmid is a German physicist and former astronaut. After his spaceflight he became a professor at the Institut für Raumfahrtsysteme at the University of Stuttgart. Since 1999, he is head of the European Astronaut Center in Cologne. In January 2005, he returned to the University of Stuttgart teaching on subjects of Astronautics and Space Stations. Original Ernst Messerschmid Autograph, signed on a 3 x 5 inch purple Index Card. Regular Price - $ 145.00 / Sale Price - $ 65.00.


JOHN GLENN AUTOGRAPHED PHOTO

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John Herschel Glenn Jr. was born July 18, 1921. John Glenn is a retired United States Marine Corps pilot, a former astronaut and United States Senator who was the first American and third person to orbit the Earth. Glenn was a Marine Corps fighter pilot before joining NASA's Mercury program, NASA's original astronaut group. He orbited the Earth on Friendship 7 in 1962. After retiring from NASA, he entered politics as a Democrat and represented Ohio in the United States Senate from 1974 to 1999. Glenn received a Congressional Space Medal of Honor in 1978 and was inducted into the Astronauts Hall of Fame in 1990. In 1998, he became the oldest person to fly in space, and the only one to fly in both the Mercury and Shuttle programs, when at age 77, he flew on the Space Shuttle Discovery (STS-95). Glenn and M. Scott Carpenter are the last surviving members of the Mercury Seven. Original John Glenn Autograph, signed on Color 8 x 10 inch Photo. Regular Price - $ 485.00 / Sale Price -$ 295.00.


EARLE OVINGTON AUTOGRAPH

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Earle Lewis Ovington was born December 20, 1879 - died July 21, 1936. Ovington was an American aeronautical engineer, aviator and inventor, and served as a lab assistant to Thomas Edison. Ovington piloted the first official airmail flight in the United States in a Blériot XI in 1911. He carried a sack of mail from Garden City, New York to Mineola, New York. He circled at 500 feet and tossed the bag over the side of the cockpit and the sack burst on impact, scattering letters and postcards. He delivered 640 letters and 1,280 postcards, including a letter to himself from the United States Postal Service designating him as "Official Air Mail Pilot #1. Original Earle Ovington Autograph, signed on a Flight Log Page. Approx. size 3 3/4 x 6 1/4. You also receive shown 8 1/2 x 11 inch print of Earle Ovington. Regular Price - $ 395.00 / Sale Price - $ 95.00.


DOUGLAS CORRIGAN AUTOGRAPH

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Douglas Corrigan was born January 22, 1907 – died December 9, 1995. Douglas Corrigan was an American aviator born in Galveston, Texas. He was nicknamed "Wrong Way" in 1938. After a transcontinental flight from Long Beach, California, to New York, he flew from Floyd Bennett Field in Brooklyn, New York, to Ireland, though his flight plan was filed to return to Long Beach. He claimed his unauthorized flight was due to a navigational error, caused by heavy cloud cover that obscured landmarks and low-light conditions, causing him to misread his compass. However, he was a skilled aircraft mechanic (he was one of the builders of Charles Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis) and had made several modifications to his own plane, preparing it for his transatlantic flight. He had been denied permission to make a nonstop flight from New York to Ireland, and his "navigational error" was obviously deliberate. Nevertheless, he never publicly admitted to having flown to Ireland intentionally. Original Douglas Corrigan Autograph, signed on Notebook Paper. Approx. size 4 1/2 x 6 inches. This has been folded in the middle. You will also receive the shown 8 1/2 x 11 inch internet print of Douglas Corrigan. Regular Price - $ 295.00 / Sale Price - $ 195.00.


APOLLO-SOYUZ TEST PROJECT AUTOGRAPHS

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The Apollo-Soyuz Test Project (ASTP) was the last mission in the Apollo program and was the first joint flight of the U.S. and Soviet space programs. The mission took place in July 1975. For the United States of America, it was the last Apollo flight, as well as the last manned space launch until the flight of the first Space Shuttle in April 1981. Though the Test Project included several scientific missions (including an engineered eclipse of the Sun by Apollo for Soyuz to take photographs of the solar corona), and provided engineering information on the synchronization of American and Soviet space technology that would prove useful in the future Shuttle-Mir Program, the primary purpose of the mission was symbolic. ASTP was seen as a symbol of the policy of détente (relaxing or easing) that the two superpowers were beginning to adopt at the time, and as a fitting end to the tension of the Space Race. This was the first flight of Deke Slayton, who was chosen as one of the original Mercury Seven Astronauts in April 1959.


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The last Apollo Mission was a joint affair with the Russian Soyuz Project. Manned by 3 Americans: Thomas Stafford, Vance Brand & Deke Slayton as well as 2 Russians: Alexi Leonev & Valeri Kubasov. Great Lot - includes: A First Day Cover signed by all 3 Americans. Signed on 3 x 5 index Cards are the Autographs of the 2 Russians: Alexi Leonev and Valeri Kubasov. Also included are 2 First Day Covers honoring the mission. Finally a very nice 8 x 11 inch color print of a rendition of the two spacecrafts joining in space. Regular Price - $ 995.00 / Sale Price - $ 750.00.


BERNT BALCHEN AUTOGRAPHED PHOTO

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Bernt Balchen, D.F.C. was born October 23, 1899 – died October 17, 1973. Balchen was a Norwegian, and later Norwegian-American, polar and aviation pioneer. His service in the United States Army Air Force during World War II was tied to his Arctic expertise and helped the Allies in Scandinavia and northern Europe. Postwar, he continued to be an influential leader in the United States Air Force as well as in private consulting. Original Bernt Balchen Autographed 3 1/4 x 5 1/2 inch Black & White Photograph. Regular Price - $ 265.00 / Sale Price - $ 198.00.


CHUCK YEAGER AUTOGRAPH

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Charles Elwood "Chuck" Yeager was born February 13, 1923. Chuck Yeager is a retired major general in the United States Air Force and noted test pilot. He was the first pilot to travel faster than sound (1947). Originally retiring in 1975 as a brigadier general, Yeager was promoted to major general on the Air Force's retired list in 2005 for his military achievements. Yeager's career began in World War II as a private in the United States Army Air Forces. After serving as an aircraft mechanic, in September 1942 he entered enlisted pilot training and upon graduation was promoted to the rank of flight officer (the World War II USAAF equivalent to warrant officer) and became a North American P-51 Mustang fighter pilot. After the war, Yeager became a test pilot of many types of aircraft including experimental rocket-powered aircraft. As the first human to break the sound barrier on October 14, 1947, he flew the experimental Bell X-1 at Mach 1 at an altitude of 45,000 ft (13,700 m). Although Scott Crossfield was the first to fly faster than Mach 2 in 1953, Yeager shortly thereafter, set a new record of Mach 2.44. Yeager later commanded fighter squadrons and wings in Germany and in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War, and in recognition of the outstanding performance ratings of those units he then was promoted to brigadier general. Yeager's flying career spans more than 60 years and has taken him to every corner of the globe, including the Soviet Union during the height of the Cold War. Yeager's popularity soared in the 1980s, when he was prominently featured in Tom Wolfe's book The Right Stuff and in its 1983 movie adaptation, in which he was portrayed by Sam Shepard. Original Chuck Yeager Autograph, signed on a 4 x 6 inch index card. We will include the shown internet print of Chuck Yeager. Regular Price - $ 275.00 / Sale Price - $ 149.00.