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This certificate issued by Treloar and Lord, Aviators : (ex-members first flight Australian Flying Corps) : to show that the bearer M_____ has made a flight in a 100 H.P. De Havilland Biplane, W.H. Treloar, Chief Pilot
Bib ID 7262264
Format BookBook [text, sheet]
Description [Point Cook, Vic.?] : Treloar and Lord, [1920?] 
1 sheet ; 12.5 x 18 cm 
Biography/History

William Harold Treloar (1889-1950) and his partner and mechanic Hector Frederick Lord (1894-1950) were aviation pioneers who offered joy flights in Victoria and parts of New South Wales from 1919.

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National Library's Ephemera copy is inscribed in pencil: Mrs M.E. Chirnside, issued at Carranballac, date 5.5.20.

Subjects Treloar, W. H. (William Harold), 1889-1950.  |  Lord, H. F. (Hector Frederick), 1894-1950.  |  Aeronautics -- Victoria.  |  Air pilots -- Victoria.  |  Australian

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