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The new amphibian airplane, that is at home both [...] water and land was inspected by a Congressional Committee at Bolling Field, Monday, January 19. The machine was designed by Grover Loenig, of New York. Left to right in the group, standing before the neew plane are: Major H.B. Clagett, Commander of Bolling Field; Representatives Frank Reed, Florian Lampert, Randolph Perkins, A.S. Prall, Major Raycroft Walsh, Lt. Wendell H. Brookley, who piloted the machine from New York to Washington, Mr. Loening, the designer, and Rep. Roy O. Woodruff

The new amphibian airplane, that is at home both [...] water and land was inspected by a Congressional Committee at Bolling Field, Monday, January 19. The machine was designed by Grover Loenig, of New York. Left to right in the group, standing before the neew plane are: Major H.B. Clagett, Commander of Bolling Field; Representatives Frank Reed, Florian Lampert, Randolph Perkins, A.S. Prall, Major Raycroft Walsh, Lt. Wendell H. Brookley, who piloted the machine from New York to Washington, Mr. Loening, the designer, and Rep. Roy O. Woodruff

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