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The London Aerodrome Dinner

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The London Aerodrome Dinner is an article published in Flight on 14 march 1914.


The London Aerodrome Dinner

Flight
(14 march 1914, p. 284)

It is evident that the First Annual Dinner of the London Aerodrome, Hendon, which is to be held at the Royal Automobile Club on Friday next, will be a very brilliant function. We learn that among those who will support the Earl of Lonsdale, who will preside, will be:— The Duke of Rutland, the Earl of Drogheda, the Earl of Portarlington, Lord Herbert Vane Tempest, Lord Edward Grosvenor, Lord Carbery, Sir Archibald Sinclair, Sir Bryan Leighton, Hon. Arthur Stanley, M.P., Sir Charles Henry, Admiral Lord Charles Beresford, Admiral Sir Edward Seymour, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Sir Ernest Shackleton, Alfred de Rothschild, Signor Marconi, W. Joynson-Hicks, M.P., H. G. Wells, Major Baden-Powell, Richard T. Gates, Commander Samson, R.N., Lieut.-Col. Sykes, Lieut. Spencer Grey, R.N., Capt. A. G. Fox, R.F.C., L. Blériot, Mervyn O'Gorman, Gustav Hamel, B. G. Hucks, Brindejonc de Moulinais, R. O. Crawshay, T. Sopwith, A. V. Roe, F. P. Raynham, Sidney Pickles, J. Valentine, P. Verrier, Robert Loraine, E. T. Willows, H. Salmet, and C. Grahame-White, as well as a number of the foremost foreign pilots.





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