Bartlett Aircraft Corp
Bartlett Aircraft Corp. was a US aircraft manufacturer founded in Rosemead, California in 1941 to build light aircraft from designs acquired from the purchase of Taubman Aircraft, who in turn bought them from Babcock Airplane Co.
World War II interrupted plans for mass-production. Immediately after the Second World War the Bartlett Aircraft Corporation of Rosemead, California, began production of a lightweight two-seat cabin monoplane designated the Bartlett LC13-A Zephyr 150. This aircraft was developed from the Babcock monoplane of the mid-1930s.