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|description=The Spirit of Columbus, airplane flown by pioneering female pilot Jerrie Mock, in a hangar at Port Columbus airport, Columbus, Ohio. In 1964 Mock was the first woman to complete a solo flight around the world.
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|description=The "Spirit of Columbus," an airplane flown by pioneering female pilot Geraldine "Jerrie" Mock of Newark, Ohio, photographed in a hangar at Port Columbus airport in Columbus, Ohio. In 1964 Mock was the first woman to complete a solo flight around the world. Her trip took less than one month to complete and set speed records for planes of this size. The "Spirit of Columbus" is a Cessna 180 model aircraft manufactured by the Cessna Aircraft Company.
 
|date=4/11/2007 10:22
 
|date=4/11/2007 10:22
 
|source=Ohio Historical Society SC 202, AL02698 from the Spirit of Columbus Collection.
 
|source=Ohio Historical Society SC 202, AL02698 from the Spirit of Columbus Collection.

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Description

The "Spirit of Columbus," an airplane flown by pioneering female pilot Geraldine "Jerrie" Mock of Newark, Ohio, photographed in a hangar at Port Columbus airport in Columbus, Ohio. In 1964 Mock was the first woman to complete a solo flight around the world. Her trip took less than one month to complete and set speed records for planes of this size. The "Spirit of Columbus" is a Cessna 180 model aircraft manufactured by the Cessna Aircraft Company.

Source

Ohio Historical Society SC 202, AL02698 from the Spirit of Columbus Collection.

Date

4/11/2007 10:22

Author

Robert Cupp

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