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Louis exposition the following year. There were rumors that President William H. ≤∞ Less dramatic in their public impact were the numerous contests organized by the Aero Club. Initially these emphasized balloon ascensions, but soon airplane records were established and broken at these contests. Military and naval aviators, with full support of their superiors, played an active role in contest ﬂying and judging. For example, the Fourth International Gordon Bennett Airplane Meet, held at Chicago in mid-September 1912, drew heavily upon Signal Corps ﬂying ofﬁcers as contestants and ofﬁcials.
Louis to Lake St. ∞π By way of contrast to Century and Collier’s, Atlantic Monthly published only two articles of aviation interest from 1907 through 1914, and Harper’s published one such item. Nevertheless, in a 1911 issue of Atlantic Monthly, Katherine F. ’’∞∫ Robert J. Collier and like-minded periodical editors and publishers were responsible for fueling the ﬁre of public airmindedness. They made strenuous efforts to acquire news of foreign aerial achievements, and reported them to American readers.
Charles deF. Chandler, a Signal Corps ofﬁcer active in military balloon activities. Beyond these military members, the 1907 Aero Club membership ranged broadly over a number of occupations and among men of different ages. ∞≤ With some accuracy it has been commented that the Aero Club provided an association between young airplane ﬂiers and old balloonists. From the club’s 1907 organization until 1910, this would be an accurate description of the membership. Balloonists Thomas S. Baldwin, Alberto Santos-Dumont, and Leo Stevens were members, as were Wilbur and Orville Wright, Glenn Curtiss, and Octave Chanute.
Aerodynamic optimisation of wings in multi-engined tractor propeller arrangements by L. L. M. Veldhuis, P. M. Heyma