Thomas H. Wood, amateur pilot recovering from a crash, Los Angeles, 1935
- Thomas H. Wood, amateur pilot recovering from a crash, Los Angeles, 1935
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- Aug 3, 1935
- Los Angeles Times
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Thomas H. Wood recovering from an air crash in which he suffered minor bruises. Mr. Wood was the amateur pilot of an American Eagle biplane that crashed when its motor stalled, sending it plummeting 2,500 feet into a front yard at Van Ness avenue. Mr. Wood is a laundry salesman, and had been flying for three years with a private pilot's license. Also with him in the aircraft were E. V. Todd and Herbert Quam, who suffered more serious injuries.
Refer to article: "Trio Injured in Air Crash," Los Angeles Times, 4 Aug. 1935: 1.
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