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Dinner to the trans-planet airmen : Sir Ross MacPherson Smith ; Sir Keith MacPherson Smith ; James Mallett Bennett ; Walter Henry Shiers / Australian Aero Club (New South Wales Section)
Bib ID 1913246
Format BookBook
Description Sydney : The Club, 1920 
1 folded sheet [4 p.] : ill. ; 22 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

Souvenir menu from a dinner held at the Voluntary Workers' Cafe, 19 February 1920, to celebrate Ross and Keith Smith's flight from England to Australia in November/December 1919.

... Sketch by David Low ... appeared in the London Star on the evening of our guests' arrival at Darwin."

Library's copy signed by Ross and Keith Smith, and others.

Subjects Smith, Ross Macpherson, Sir, 1892-1922.  |  Smith, Keith Macpherson, Sir, 1890-1955.  |  Bennett, James Mallett.  |  Shiers, Walter Henry.  |  Air pilots -- Australia -- Autographs.
Other authors/contributors Low, David, 1891-1963  |  Australian Aero Club. New South Wales Section

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