In 2011, Eva Murray was aboard the Cessna 206 that went down in Penobscot Bay. Following the crash, Eva and all aboard were rescued by local fishermen.
Samantha Appleton is an award-winning photojournalist whose work has taken her to the four corners of the earth, including the White House as one of the four staff photographers for the first Obama administration.
Aviation pioneer Phoebe Fairgrave Omlie (1902-1975) was once one of the most famous women in America. The press labeled her “second only to Amelia Earhart among America’s women pilots.”
Katharine Wright was not only the sister to her famous brothers, Orville and Wilbur, she embodied the worldly, independent, and self-fulfilled New Woman of the early twentieth century.
We are now inviting consignments for the 40th annual New England Auto Auction™ August 18 and August 19, 2017. Early consignment allows consignors to take advantage of our diverse marketing plan which exposes vehicles to interested buyers all over the world. To learn more about consigning your fine automobile, please contact New England Auto Auction™ coordinator Toby Stinson at email@example.com
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