Livermore, ME. – April 18, 1932

Livermore, Maine – April 18, 1932

     On April 18, 1932, two men were flying in a small airplane when it inexplicably dove into the rocky bank of the Androscoggin River near Livermore Falls. The plane exploded on impact and both men perished. 

     The men were identified as James Malloy, 30, of Berlin, New Hampshire, and Fred J. Maxwell, 22, of Livermore Falls. 

     The type of aircraft is unknown.


     Evening Star, (Washington, D.C.), “Two Maine Flyers Die”, April 18, 1932, Pg. A-2.  

     Unknown newspaper, “James Malloy, Fred Maxwell Burn To Death”, unknown date.  Found on

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