Manchester, N.H. – February 19, 1933

Manchester, New Hampshire – February 19, 1933 

     On February 19, 1933, a 35-year-old man from Concord, New Hampshire, was piloting a small rented airplane from Manchester Airport, to Concord, and back to Manchester.  While coming in to land at Manchester Airport, the pilot “attempted a wing-over” while too close to the ground and crashed.  The aircraft exploded in flames and the pilot perished.   

     The type of aircraft is unknown. 


     The Waterbury Democrat, (CT.), “Amateur Pilot Crashed And Was Burned To Death”, February 20, 1933, pg. 8. 

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