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  Katherine & Marjorie Stinson, Pioneer Aviatrices
Stinson received her license on July 24, 1912, and one year later she began her exhibition career in Cincinnati, Ohio, flying a Wright B. The postcard at right (courtesy Gord Mallett in Alberta) was taken at Calgary Alberta on 9 July 1918 just prior to her air mail flight to Edmonton.
Stinson became known as "The Flying Schoolmarm" and her students as "The Texas Escadrille." The school closed at the end of the war in 1918 and Stinson became a draftsman with the Aeronautical Division of the U.S. Navy.
Stinson was licensed as a pilot in 1912 when aviation was in its infancy, planes were quite primitive, and women were grounded as homemakers.
www.ctie.monash.edu.au /hargrave/stinson_bio.html   (4260 words)

 Stinson Aircraft Corporation
The Stinson Reliant was a rugged aircraft built of fabric-covered welded steel-tubing structures with a single strut-braced double-tapered wing, and one of the last of the “taildraggers” (an airplane lacking a nose-wheel so it looked like its tail dragged when taxiing).
Another popular Stinson aircraft was the Model 105 Voyager, a three-passenger airplane featuring a strut-braced wing mounted on the top of the fuselage and capable of flying at about 120 miles per hour (193 kilometers per hour).
The Stinson SR-10 Reliant was also transformed for use in World War II as the UC-81, used by the U.S. Army as a utility aircraft, and the AT-19/V-77, used by the British Royal Navy for a passenger transport, instrument trainer and photo-reconnaissance aircraft.
www.centennialofflight.gov /essay/GENERAL_AVIATION/stinson/GA2.htm   (1604 words)

 Stinson Library History - Beginnings
Stinson was born in Montogomery County, Pennsylvania on December 6, 1830 and died in Anna, Illinois on October 11, 1903.
Stinson had marched there with General Sherman, and he returned to Anna at the conclusion of the war, a local hero.
Willard, an ancestor to a future Stinson Library assistant (who is unceremoniously relieved of her duties in the year of 1918) (Alden 1918), was a leading citizen and had richly endowed both the church and the Union Academy, which was the county high school.
www.stinsonlibrary.org /beginnings.htm   (2416 words)

Samuel Cecil Stinson was born December of 1865 in Winnfield, Louisiana, and died August 05, 1941 in the home of his daughter in Houston, Texas.
Henry C. Stinson, a brother of Samuel Cecil Stinson was born in July of 1883 and living with Samuel in 1900.
Milton E. Stinson was born in December of 1892, Gansville, (Winn Parish) Louisiana.
groups.msn.com /melvillehighschool/profstinson.msnw   (404 words)

 Stinson MIDI Operating Systems for Carousel & Fairground Band Organs
Since 2001, New Stinson band organs incorporate a System Monitoring Panel that illustrates wind pressure, vacuum, line voltage, DC voltage for the MIDI device, and an hour meter, along with switches which allows operators the ability to turn off partial voices to reduce amplitude should this be desirable.
Stinson continues to build loud band organs upon request since there are applications whereby operators require higher amplitudes to accomplish results these instruments were purchased to do.
Stinson encourages buyers to solicit professional opinions regarding what might be the best instrumentation for a specific or unusual application and location.
www.stinsonbandorgans.com /press/06-10-2003.htm   (994 words)

 Stinson Beach County Water District - Hydrologic Survey - Executive Summary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Stinson Beach is a community of approximately 650 residences on the California coast that relies on onsite wastewater treatment and disposal systems.
Specifically, groundwater flow from the oceanside portions of Stinson Beach, Old Town, and Highlands areas generally is toward the ocean, while flow from the remaining portions of Seadrift, Calles, and Patios is toward Bolinas Lagoon.
Implementation of a STEP system in Stinson Beach will require cooperative efforts with the federal government, and potentially could be done in a way that would improve the existing waste disposal practices within the park itself.
stinson-beach-cwd.dst.ca.us /hydro/esum.html   (1014 words)

 Stinson Aircraft Company - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Two new Stinson designs — the 1931 Stinson Model W and the 1932 Stinson Model R-2/3 — were powered by Wright or Lycoming radial engines and combined dependable performance with a luxurious cabin.
Another popular Stinson aircraft was the Model 105 Voyager, also called the HW-75,, a three-passenger aircraft featuring a strut-braced wing mounted on the top of the fuselage and capable of flying at about 120 miles per hour (193 kilometers per hour).
Introduced in 1939, Stinson sold 535 Voyagers in 1939 and 1940 before World War II intervened and the Stinson aircraft line was adapted for an important mission.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Stinson_Aircraft_Company   (896 words)

 Stinson Field, Mission Parkway--Aviation: From Sand Dunes to Sonic Booms: A National Register of Historic Places Travel ...
Stinson Field, dating from the latter part of 1915, was San Antonio's first municipal airport.
Part of Stinson Field was utilized by the National Guard for a couple of years, accounting for the barracks still present on the southwestern portion of the field.
Also located at the air field is the Stinson Branch of the Texas Air Museum, presenting the history of flight from the early days of aviation to the present.
www.cr.nps.gov /nr/travel/aviation/sti.htm   (650 words)

 Stinson SR-10
This merger allowed Stinson to offer its aircraft at lower prices and still develop new designs, the 1931 Model W and the 1932 Model R-2/3 series, the direct forebears of the famous Reliant series.
In 1933, Stinson delivered the SR-1 and SR-2, and with a progression of refinements and engine upgrades, the series continued from the SR-4 to, in 1938, the SR-10.
Stinson later produced 500 military versions of the Reliants as the AT-19/V-77 for the British Royal Navy which used them mostly as instrument trainers along with utility passenger carrier and photo-reconnaissance work.
www.nasm.si.edu /research/aero/aircraft/stinson.htm   (1029 words)

 History of Stinson Beach, California
The real birth of the community was in 1906 when the earthquake brought refugees from San Francisco who built the first hotel and stores and the first Stinson subdivision was accepted by the County.
In 1916, with the opening of the first post office, the name was changed to Stinson Beach, in honor of the largest landowners.
It was not until the Golden Gate Bridge opened in 1937 that the sleepy resort community began to see much day use of the County Park on the beach.
www.stinsonbeachonline.com /history.html   (293 words)

Elisha Morgan of Vincennes, Indiana purchased the aircraft from Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporations Stinson Division on 31 Dec. 1946 for $5,645.00..
Bob White, late owner of the airport and the Stinson, Aeronca 7AC and a J-3 Cub.
Bob was a practicing eccentric who would light his first Lucky Strike in the morning and never strike another match that day, lighting the next one from a 3/16th inch butt and chain drinking warm pepsi’s and was an expert on world affairs and other matters....
www.angelfire.com /in2/stinson   (406 words)

 Berkeley Parents Network: Stinson Beach
Stinson Beach in west Marin is great, look at http://www.stinsonbeachonline.com/ to get an idea, there are also links to rental agencies/rental houses in town.
We have used Seadrift Realty in Stinson the past two years and have been very happy with their Stinson Beach home rentals.
Stinson is a beautiful one-hour drive north of SF, just close enough for local folks to go home but affordable enough to stay over at a local hotel if desired.
parents.berkeley.edu /recommend/places/stinson.html   (1082 words)

 Stinson Beach California
Sausalito was laid in 1871, and soon after surveyor Alfred Easkoot was renting tents on the beach to tourists while adopting the pose of an waggish sea salt.
Her Stinson Beach gallery founded in 1987, shows unique contemporary art of Northern California in changing exhibitions.
The Stinson Beach Community Center is located in Stinson Beach, California, a small coastal village only twenty miles north of San Francisco.
www.pointreyes.org /stinson.html   (674 words)

James Marcel Stinson, the driving force behind the enigmatic Drexciya outfit, was dead.
Beginning in 1991, Stinson and his longtime collaborator (who remains anonymous to this day) unleashed their technoid electro through a series of EPs on labels such as Tresor, Hyperspace and the infamous Underground Resistance, which is run by the equally reclusive “Mad” Mike Banks.
Stinson was, and shall remain, a true visionary.
remixmag.com /mag/remix_james_stinson/index.html   (659 words)

 Katherine Stinson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
She was the fourth woman in the United States to obtain a pilot's license, which she earned on July 24, 1912, at the age of 21.
After Stinson received her license, Stinson and her family moved to San Antonio, an area with an ideal climate for flying.
The Stinson School closed in 1917, and Katherine became an ambulance driver for the Red Cross in Europe.
www.centennialofflight.gov /essay/Dictionary/K_STINSON/DI158.htm   (324 words)

 Stinson 108 Gallery
With few exceptions, Stinsons for model year 1948 were available in Stinson Maroon or Blue, though the majority were maroon.
It is one of a small number of Stinsons that came from the factory painted yellow.
N4181C, serial 108-5181, is one of the last Stinsons built and was among the aircraft that went to Piper when Stinson folded in 1948.
www.hangar9aeroworks.com /StinsonGallery/108gallery.html   (1875 words)

 Westin's Stinson 108 Voyager Aviation Page
Stinson 108 Instrument Panel Page Shown are images of the Stinson 108 instrument panel as delivered from the factory, plus images of instrument panels installed in the field.
Stinson Model 108 Series This article is an overview of the six models which make up the Stinson 108 series, 108, 108-1, 108-2, 108-3, 108-4 and 108-5.
Second image shows the Stinson 108 shortly after the wings have separated and the parachute is deployed, BandW, about 47K, with the third image of the Stinson 108 shortly before touchdown, BandW, about 50K.
www.stinsonflyer.com /ac-0.htm   (3652 words)

 Larry Westin's Stinson Documentation and Manuals Page
If the airplane is equipped with a FCC approved radio transmitter (each Stinson was delivered with a radio transmitter/receiver, but those radios are no longer approved for use by the FCC) there must be a FCC radio station license in the airplane to use the transmitter.
Virtually every Stinson 108 airplane flying today will have one (or more probably several) FAA form 337's which update the original equipment list of the airplane, and replace the weight and balance data with data corrected for the changes made.
Stinson 108's were delivered from the factory with either the General Electric model AS-1B radio (model 108 only), or the Hallicrafters Skyfone model CA-2 radio (model 108-1, 108-2 and 108-3).
personalpages.tdstelme.net /~westin/ac-6.htm   (1736 words)

 Stinson Aircraft Photos   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
These Stinson pictures are a community effort that depends on contributions uploaded by enthusiasts such as yourself.
This is the LH forward view of my 1939 Stinson HW-75, NC23792, S/N: 7247, taken after the installation of wheel pants, additional trim, and the early (pre-WWII) bow and arrow tail LOGO.
This is the LH aft view of my 1939 Stinson HW-75, NC23792, S/N: 7247, taken after the installation of wheel pants, additional trim, and the early (pre-WWII) bow and arrow tail LOGO.
www.popav.com /Stinson   (254 words)

 For Old Times Sake - Katherine Stinson Genealogy
Catherine ANDERSON, the wife of William Baxter STINSON, was born 18 Jan 1850 in Kirkwood, Madison Co, Mississippi.
Edward A. STINSON, the son of William Baxter STINSON and Catherine E. "Kate" ANDERSON, was born in Canton, Madison County, Mississippi on 12 Aug 1868.
Madge STINSON, the daughter of Edward Anderson STINSON and Emma BEAVERS, was born 05 Jul 1895 in Ft. Payne, Dekalb Co., AL.
www.natchezbelle.org /oldtime/stinson.htm   (2365 words)

 Stinson, Katherine
In 1912, I saw Katherine Stinson, a young girl in short skirts (which meant something in those days,) and a little tam-o'-shanter, taking her first flying lesson with Max Lillie, who had a B-Wright school on the field.
Katherine Stinson was a surprise to me. I suppose I expected her to be mannish.
Katherine had discovered this tall gangling 6 foot 4 inch mechanic in Chicago when she needed someone to keep her airplane in good shape, and she was fortunate enough to be able to persuade him to be a part of her team.
home.earthlink.net /~ralphcooper/biokathe.htm   (1107 words)

 STINSON: Genealogy Queries   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
STINSON : FITZPATRICK : KILDOW : MILLER : MOORE : Blaine, Jennie and Odin KILDOW is on the same Census Population Schedule from year 1930 like my grandmother's half-brother Stephen MOORE with his wife Irene and daughter Rosemary.
STINSON : BLOCKER : MCGAHA : MITCHELL : MOORE : Hi,I am searching for my birth daughter.She will be 23 this December 9th.I want very despratly to meet you or if that is not possible,maybe just a note that lets me know you are alive and happy.I neve...
STINSON search results at Interment.net - Burial records and tombstone inscriptions from thousands of cemeteries across the world.
www.cousinconnect.com /p/a/0/s/STINSON   (544 words)

 Stinson Band Organ Co. MIDI Carousel/Fairground Band Organs & Music
Stinson's "Mighty 2000M" plays both American and European tunes to a 75 note music scale.
Stinson Band Organs are uniquely designed, high quality, mechanical music instruments featuring wooden pipes that perform "The Happiest Music on Earth" which is both pleasing and mesmerizing live entertainment for children of all ages.
Specially arranged paper rolls are available for 165 Stinson Band Organs.
www.stinsonbandorgans.com   (366 words)

 Bob Stinson - AOL Music
Bob Stinson (born Robert Neil Stinson December 17, 1959?February 18,...
Bob Stinson was found dead Saturday, Febuary 18, 1995 in his Uptown (Minneapolis)...
Bob Stinson is survived by his son, Joey of Minneapolis, his mother,...
music.aol.com /artist/bob-stinson/128813/main   (115 words)

 Stinson l08 Links & Resources
The Type Certificate Data Sheet for the Stinson 108 series, revision 27, dated July 14, 2005 in PDF format, requires Adobe Acrobat.
Stinson 108 Voyager Page by Larry Westin - perhaps the most extensive accumulation of information on the Stinson 108 series to be found anywhere on the web.
Charles Wirt - is an AandP/AI and Stinson enthusiast with expertise with HW75/10/10A aircraft.
www.hangar9aeroworks.com /108links.htm   (909 words)

 Stinson Aircraft
Stinson Aircraft (1926 - 1948) designed and manufactured general aviation and light commercial aircraft.
Cord merges Stinson with AVCO (Aviation Corp.) making Stinson a division of the Aviation Manufacturing Corp., a subsidiary of AVCO.
Stinson remains a division within the new company.
www.shanaberger.com /stinson.htm   (94 words)

 Stinson Beach Vacation Rental - House
Five to ten minute stroll to Stinson Beach's quaint town, restaurants, library, and playgrounds.
Stinson Beach is a great place to visit all year round.
Summer is the busiest time with more visitors, while fall, winter and spring can offer you the solitude of an uncrowded stretch of beach.
www.vrbo.com /84956   (509 words)

 Albert Stinson - AOL Music
Born: 1944 Died: 1969 Albert Stinson Genre: Jazz Active: '60s Instrument: Bass Biography Albert Stinson's promising career ended abruptly in the late.
Of final interest to jazz aficionados is the presence of Albert Stinson, a bass virtuoso who died of...
Download, listen and watch Albert Stinson music, mp3's, song lyrics, music videos, Internet radio, live performances, concerts, and more on AOL Music.
music.aol.com /artist/albert-stinson/36874/main   (122 words)

 Susan Stinson - Home
Through an ardent faith in the written word Susan Stinson is a novelist who translates a mundane world into the most poetic of possibilities.
Interview with Susan Stinson, writer Sharon Bridgforth and painter Lenore Chinn in the Fund for Women Artists Newsletter
I am a novelist and poet whose work centers on the lives of characters who love rules yet cannot live within them.
www.susanstinson.net   (842 words)

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