AMY JOHNSON SETS NEW FLIGHT RECORD - 1932 British aviatrix Amy Johnson breaks her new husband Jim Mollison's flight record as she sets a new solo record for the flight from London, England to Cape Town, South Africa. The flying sweethearts grin for the cameras thrilled that they share the same interests and records.
STUNT PILOT AL WILSON KILLED IN CRASH - 1932 Al Wilson poses at a Cleveland, Ohio air show then takes to the air. Tragedy strikes when his 1910 biplane runs into a new autogiro plane flown by Johny Miller as both come in for a landing. Miller and a passenger are not badly hurt by Al Wilson is killed in the crash.
LADIES LIGHT UP THEIR PIPES - 1932 New Jersey women introduce the latest fad – pipes for women. Pipe makers work frantically at the factory to keep up with the new demands while ladies everywhere and from all walks of life light up.
JIM MOLLISON SETS NEW FLIGHT RECORD - 1932 Scottish aviation pioneer Jim Mollison becomes the first pilot to perform an East-to-West solo trans-atlantic flight from Dublin, Ireland to Pennfield, New Brunswick with his plane "The Heart's Content."
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