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Parker 1910 Monoplane
The Spokane (Washington) Spokesman-Review of August 28, 1910 reported Fred Parker’s monoplane’s first flight in Minnesota occurring a day earlier. Fred was 22-years old at the time. The monoplane was built in a workshop in Hamline, a St. Paul suburb, and weighed 130 pounds. It is stated in Popular Mechanics (1909) that Fred Parker had previously made several dirigible flights for Roy Knabenshue and Captain Baldwin.

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