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Learning at the Lake

Program Number: 21427RJ
Start and End Dates:
4/6/2014 - 4/10/2014; 9/22/2014 - 9/26/2014; 10/12/2014 - 10/16/2014; 3/23/2015 - 3/27/2015; 4/13/2015 - 4/17/2015; 4/27/2015 - 5/1/2015; 5/3/2015 - 5/7/2015; 5/24/2015 - 5/28/2015; 6/1/2015 - 6/5/2015; 6/14/2015 - 6/18/2015; 8/9/2015 - 8/13/2015;
Duration: 4 nights
Location: Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
Price starting at: $699.00 - Price may vary based on date, departure city
Program Type: Multi-Topic
Meals: 12; 4 Breakfasts, 4 Lunches, 4 Dinners    
Meal Options: Vegetarian    

The shore of sparkling Lake Geneva is the perfect setting for a learning adventure with gifted instructors who are passionate communicators in a fascinating array of topics. Experience programs that are intellectually stimulating but easy on the body and joints. Relax on covered decks with fresh breezes or try out the lakeside walking path.




Highlights

• Enjoy courses in history, music, politics, literature and biographies of people who have changed our world.
• Absorb stimulating information, rethink old ideas and gain new perspectives.
• As a special highlight, attend a cultural event.



Activity Particulars

Minimal walking required; participants are welcome to explore nature paths or lakefront.




Date Specific Information

4-6-2014

THE MAGIC AND MYSTERY OF FLIGHT: Explore our quest for flight from Orville and Wilbur Wright and their historic first flight at Kitty Hawk to the Space Race to reach the moon. Delve into classical music with Wagner’s “Ride of the Valkyries” and Rimsky-Korsakov’s “Flight of the Bumblebee.” Sprinkle some pixie dust and look at “flying” Broadway shows “Peter Pan” and “Mary Poppins.” Attend a performance of “Mary Poppins” at The Fireside Theatre.



9-22-2014

TURNING POINTS: THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION: Like revolutions in the past, the Industrial Revolution was one of great upheaval and change. Supporters praised the modern factories and new wealth that was created. Critics pointed to the thousands that became destitute after moving to the cities. Explore this time period by looking at the historical record and learn about the factors that gave rise to technological advances. Discuss writers like Mark Twain who gave voice to those seeking social justice. Look at musicals that used this time period for dramatic inspiration. Attend a performance of “Les Miserables” at The Fireside Theatre.



10-12-2014

PARIS: HERITAGE AND HISTORY IN THE CITY OF LIGHT: Explore Paris during the time of Victor Hugo. Take a closer look at urban planning and the work done by Haussmann to level entire blocks of narrow medieval streets in order to create wide avenues and new buildings. It was beautiful, yes, but harder for revolutionaries to build barricades and easier for the military to move troops and canon. Delve into economics and the thousands of workers who migrated from the countryside to the city to work in the factories. Some were able to support themselves and their families, but many faced starvation, poverty and violence. Discuss Hugo’s novel and its themes of revolution, justice and redemption. Attend a performance of “Les Miserables” at The Fireside Theatre.



3-23-2015

INSIDE THE OFFICE OF THE U.S. PRESIDENT: Often called the most powerful person in the world, the U.S. President’s role has evolved significantly from the one stated in Article II of the Constitution. Explore the President’s role as Commander-in-Chief with noteworthy events related to declaring war and making peace. Discuss foreign policy success and challenges. Learn more about the Electoral College and interesting election results among other topics. Attend a world premiere performance of the new play “Five Presidents” at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater in Milwaukee.



4-13-2015

HOLLYWOOD’S GOLDEN AGE: For better or worse, the Hollywood studio system created some of the best loved films of all time. Study the Big Five studios: MGM, Warner Brothers, 20th Century Fox, Paramount and RKO, along with the Little Three: Universal, Columbia and United Artists. Learn more about the Hays Production Code, the star system, and antitrust legislation that ushered in the end of vertical integration at the studios and the end of the golden age. Attend a performance of the musical “The Wizard of Oz” at The Fireside Theater in Fort Atkinson.



4-27-2015

EXPLORING AMERICA DURING THE 1920s: The twenties were roaring! This was an age of dramatic social and political change. The president struggled with economic issues, foreign policy, and Prohibition. Jazz music was spreading with musicians Louis Armstrong and Paul Whiteman. Not every woman became a Flapper, but many adopted the bobbed hair and shorter skirts. Of course, by the end of the 1920s, the Depression arrives, and the world braces for another world war. Attend a performance of the play “Jeeves Takes a Bow” at the Milwaukee Chamber Theatre.



5-3-2015

PIRATES, PRIVATEERS AND BUCCANEERS: Why do we romanticize and idolize pirates? They aren’t very nice people. Then why do we dress as pirates and watch pirate movies? Explore the golden age of piracy in the Caribbean, along the lines of Jack Sparrow. Learn more about famous female pirates like Anne Bonny and Mary Read. Study the pirate genre in film with swashbucklers Errol Flynn and Maureen O’Hara and in music with works by Berlioz and Bellini. Attend a performance of the play “Peter and the Star Catcher” at the Milwaukee Repertory Theater in Milwaukee.



5-24-2015

2000 YEARS OF WESTERN CULTURE: Join popular professor Greg Athnos to examine the finest art, music and architecture beginning with the Renaissance and continuing into the 20th century. From the misfit Leonardo da Vinci through the irresistibly modern Baroque painter Rembrandt, the Russian and Norwegian Nationalists, and into the turbulent 20th century with its evolutions and innovations, a passionate and outstanding instructor -- referred to by his students as "the Beethoven of lecturers" leads you on a whirlwind discovery of some of Western culture’s greatest achievements. Attend a performance of the musical “All Shook Up” at The Fireside Theater in Fort Atkinson.



6-1-2015

ONCE UPON A TIME: FAIRY TALES AS ART: Trace the evolution of fairy tales from oral stories to high art. Originally told to teach a valuable life lessons, these stories in the hands of the Brothers Grimm, Hans Christian Andersen, and Charles Perrault became standardized to the point that everyone knows the story of Cinderella and Hansel and Gretel, or do you? Explore the tales as told in various countries and discuss the differences. Look at painting and illustrations that further codified the image of these characters. In addition, explore the musicals of Stephen Sondheim. Attend a performance of the musical “Into the Woods” at the Skylight Music Theater in Milwaukee.



6-14-2015

EXPLORING CLIMATE CHANGE: GLACIERS, GREENHOUSE GASES AND EXTREME WEATHER: Whether or not you believe in global warming the Earth’s climate is changing, all the time. Wind, ocean currents and solar radiation distribute energy around the globe in a natural process. Discover how this process can be affected by solar flares, continental drift, volcanic eruptions, and human activities. Discuss the Little Ice Age, holes in the Ozone and the loss of glacial ice. How will this affect our climate in the future? Attend a performance of the musical “Guys on Ice” at The Fireside Theater in Fort Atkinson.



8-9-2015

AMERICANA: Take a nostalgic journey and rediscover the places, faces and music of America. After World War II, the car culture and greater leisure time made it possible for people to travel further and see more places. Explore Route 66, the National Parks and drive in theaters. Talk about the writers who were able to capture the spirit of America from sea to shining sea. Listen to folk, jazz and bluegrass. Share your own thoughts on Americana; is it baseball, apple pie and Chevrolet? Attend a performance of the musical “Pump Boys and Dinettes” at The Fireside Theater in Fort Atkinson.



Coordinated by Covenant Harbor.




Lake Geneva

One hour southwest of Milwaukee, Lake Geneva is a resort city whose popularity arose from its accessibility from Chicago via the railroad. With its many large summer homes, the city has been called "The Newport of the West," and it remains a year round destination for those seeking a quaint, lakeside getaway.



Accommodations
Conference center located on beautiful Geneva Lake in a 51-acre wooded site. Beautiful lake shore walking path for viewing historic mansions.

Road Scholar Instructors
These instructors are participating on at least one date of this program. Please note that changes may occur.
Greg Athnos

Greg received his bachelor’s in music education from Northwestern College and his master’s from the University of Michigan. He also studied at the University of Oslo and was an associate professor of music at North Park University in Chicago. Greg continues a busy lecture schedule and leads art appreciation study groups to Europe.
 
David Koeller

Dr. David Koeller received his bachelor's degree in philosophy from Syracuse University and a Ph.D. in history from the University of California at Berkeley. He is currently director of North Park University's dialogue program, their innovative core curriculum program. He also teaches courses in world history, including a course on world music that he team teaches with a professor from the School of Music.
 
Linda Bachand

Linda Bachand earned a bachelor’s of music from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her master’s in arts and history from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, with a European history specialty. She has been performing in the Midwest for 35 years, giving presentations on Broadway musicals and serving as a church musician. Linda maintains a private voice and piano studio — and she is an avid gardener.
 
Christine Brookes

Christine Brookes is a Lake Geneva native who received her bachelor’s in education from the University of Michigan and master's in education from Viterbo University, specializing in language arts and reading. She has performed at the Bristol Renaissance Faire and with several community theaters.
 
Ellen Langill

Dr. Ellen Langill earned a bachelor’s degree in Latin from Grinnell College, where she was a National Merit Scholar, and a Ph.D. in American History from the University of Wisconsin. She has published more than 15 books and articles in the fields of legal and business history and the story of specific companies and organizations. Several of her books have won both regional and national history awards, including her 150 year history of Milwaukee law firm Foley & Lardner. Dr. Langill teaches in the history department at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
 
Meals and Lodgings
   Covenant Harbor
  Lake Geneva, WI 4 nights
 Covenant Harbor
Type: Conference Center
  Description: You'll be staying at the Geneva Bay Retreat Center at Covenant Harbor Bible Camp. Since 1947, this faith-based camp and retreat center has been committed to providing excellent facilities and programming to the youth, families and adults who come to this lakeside location. Situated one mile west of downtown Lake Geneva on 52 beautiful wooded acres, the camp and retreat center offer an ideal location to learn, relax and create lasting relationships. The historic property includes several buildings left from the Sturges Estate created around the time of the Great Chicago Fire when wealthy families built their summer "cottages" at the lake and stayed for the summer season. Today, the Lake Geneva area is still known as Chicago's Summer Backyard. Guests are encouraged to explore the grounds and walk along the public access lake shore path. The path goes all the way around the lake (23 miles total) but even walking a small portion you'll see historic and modern homes, all beautifully kept.
  Contact info: 1724 W Main Street
Lake Geneva, WI 53147 USA
phone: 262-248-3600
web: www.covenantharbor.org
  Room amenities: Each guest room contains one queen bed and one twin bed, both with tempurpedic mattresses, a radio/alarm clock, hair dryer, telephone with voice mail, soap, shampoo and lotion. This retreat center does not have televisions in their guest rooms; as a retreat center they do not want any distractions to get in the way of you getting the most from your program experience.
  Facility amenities: Geneva Bay Retreat Center is a self-contained facility with 32 guest rooms, meeting space and dining room all in one building. An elevator provides access to all three levels (meeting and dining room in the ground floor level with two floors of sleeping rooms above). Free internet (wi-fi) service throughout the building. Due to the topography of the area, mobile phone signals may not always be reliable. Relax with new friends in two lounges, one with a television with basic news channels. No alcohol permitted on site.
  Smoking allowed: No
  Elevators available: Yes
  Additional nights prior: $80.00 Call 262-248-3600, ext. 333 for additional nights availability. Enjoy some additional time in Lake Geneva with a special room rate of $40.00/room for Thursday, April 10, 2014. There is lots to see and do in the area including golf courses, museums and the natural areas of the Kettle Moraine State Forest.
  Check in time: 4:00 PM
  Additional nights after: $80.00 Call 262-248-3600, ext. 333 for additional nights availability. Enjoy some additional time in Lake Geneva with a special room rate of $40.00/room for Thursday, April 10, 2014. There is lots to see and do in the area including golf courses, museums and the natural areas of the Kettle Moraine State Forest.
  Check out time: 10:30 AM


Travel Details
  Start of Program:
Arrival and check-in at 4:00 pm at conference center in Lake Geneva, WI. You will be staying at Covenant Harbor that night.
  End of Program:
Program ends after 11:30 am lunch. Departures by 1:00 pm. You will be staying at Covenant Harbor the night before.
  Required documents:
The Road Scholar Health & Safety Form is required. Covenant Harbor Waiver. This form cannot be completed online. You'll find the form before the Participant Information Form in your pre-program materials. Complete and return to the address provided.
  Parking availability:
Free surface parking on site for duration of program.
Transportation
To Start of Program
  Location:  Lake Geneva, WI
  Nearest highway: Highway 50.
  Nearest airport:  Gen. Mitchell International Airport (MKE), Milwaukee, WI.
  From End of Program
  Location: Lake Geneva, WI
    (Additional transportation information same as above)
Travel Details
 

Gen. Mitchell Int'l Airport (MKE), Milwaukee, WI to Lake Geneva

 

From Airport

 
 

Service:

 

Commercial Van/Shuttle
Covenant Harbor Van Shuttle
phone: 262-248-3600 x309
Advanced Reservations Required

 

Per Person/One Way:

 

$75 per person, $100 for two people traveling together
Prices are subject to change.

 

Travel Time:

 

1 hour 15 minutes 

 

Distance:

 

55 miles

   

Van Shuttle provided by Covenant Harbor from/to the Milwaukee airport on the program start and end dates only. Contact Ms. Brooke Furmanek, the program coordinator, to make your reservation at 262-248-3600 x309. One-way cost $75 per person or $100 for two people traveling together.

 
Driving Directions
  From Chicago to Lake Geneva Take the I-294 N towards Milwaukee (there will be tolls). Take I-94 W (You are actually going north) to Milwaukee (There will be tolls). Take the Hwy 50 W exit to Kenosha/Lake Geneva. Follow Hwy 50 W approximately 28 miles to Lake Geneva. Stay on Hwy 50 W one mile and turn left into the Covenant Harbor Bible Camp entrance. The entrance is just before Highway 50 widens from two lanes to a four lane highway.
  From Madison to Lake Geneva Take I-90 south to I-43 north. Follow I-43 north to Hwy 50 east (Lake Geneva). Follow Hwy 50 for about 10 miles. As you enter Lake Geneva you are coming down a big hill and the highway will narrow from four lanes to two lanes, at this point the Covenant Harbor/Geneva Bay Centre entrance is on the right. Continue down the drive and bear to the right at the fork, up the hill to Geneva Bay Centre (three story red brick building). Passenger drop off to the left, parking to the right. Travel time approx. 1 hour 30 minutes.
  From Milwaukee to Lake Geneva Take I-43 south to Exit 36, Hwy 120 East Troy/Lake Geneva. Take Hwy 120 south 13 miles to Lake Geneva (three stop signs). Continue straight into Lake Geneva, do not follow Hwy 120 around the city, instead continue straight onto Broad Street to the second stop light (intersection of Broad St and Hwy 50, the lake will be directly in front of you). Turn right on Hwy 50 and proceed west one mile (the lake is on your left) to the Covenant Harbor Bible Camp/Geneva Bay Centre entrance on your left (lakeside). Look for the red "Welcome Road Scholar" sign. The entrance is just before Hwy 50 widens from two lanes to a four lane highway. If you see Snake Road you've gone too far. Continue down the driveway and bear to the right at Heinzelman Way, continue up the road and park in front of the thee-story brick building (Geneva Bay Centre).
The prices listed for commercial services and facilities that are not included in the program cost, such as airport shuttles or extra nights lodging, are subject to change without notice. Since Road Scholar cannot guarantee the accuracy of these prices, we strongly suggest contacting the companies directly for the most up-to-date information.


Daily Schedule

Day 1: Arrival and Check-in / Registration / Welcoming Dinner / Orientation
(Sunday, April 6)
   
 Afternoon: Plan to arrive in Lake Geneva in the afternoon. Retreat center check-in available at 4:00 pm If you arrive early, you are welcome to bring in your luggage, have a cup of coffee and wait in the lounge or take a walk down by the lake until your room is ready. Pick up your arrival packet containing your room key, name tag and program booklet. If you arrive late, please pick up your packet at the front desk. Please be aware that program activities and scheduled times could change due to local circumstances. In the event of changes, we will alert you as quickly as possible. Thank you for your understanding.
 Dinner: Buffet dinner at 6:00 pm in the lower level dining room. There will be several hot entrees along with a splendid salad bar. Grab a seat in the dining room and take your glass to the beverage center for your choice of soda, iced tea, coffee, tea or ice water. Meal times are a great opportunity to meet your fellow participants and talk about past programs you have attended.
 Evening: Gather in our private meeting room at 7:15 pm for ORIENTATION. Your Group Leader will greet you with a warm welcome, review the up-to-date daily schedule and any changes,discuss responsibilities, safety guidelines, emergency procedures, and answer any questions you may have. Then you'll have a chance to introduce yourself to the group and tell a little about your hometown and hobbies.
   
Accommodations: Covenant Harbor
Meals Included: Dinner

Day 2: Broadway's Peter Pan / Leonardo da Vinci / From the Wright Brothers to the Moon
(Monday, April 7)
   
 Breakfast: Hot buffet breakfast at 8:00 am in the lower level dining room. You'll find a variety of hot and cold items along with fresh fruit and juice.
 Morning: Gather in the lower level meeting room at 9:00 am for a lecture on BROADWAY'S PETER PAN. The musical is an adaptation of the J. M. Barrie play. The 1954 show starred Mary Martin in the title role. The show was broadcast live on NBC in 1955 and was the first full-length Broadway show presented on color television. Take a thirty-minute break at 10:30 am to stretch and perhaps take a walk outside. Come back to the meeting room at 11:00 am for a lecture on THE GENIUS OF LEONARDO DA VINCI. Explore the life of the original Renaissance man.
 Lunch: Buffet lunch at 12:30 pm in the lower level dining room.
 Afternoon: Gather in the meeting room at 2:00 pm for a lecture on DA VINCI AND HIS FLYING MACHINES. Enjoy some free time before dinner beginning at 3:30 pm.
 Dinner: Buffet dinner at 6:00 pm in the lower level dining room.
 Evening: Gather in the lower level meeting room at 7:15 pm for lecture on EARLY FLIGHT WITH THE WRIGHT BROTHERS.
   
Accommodations: Covenant Harbor
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Broadway's Peter Pan / Wagner's Ride of the Valkyries / Rimsky-Korsakov's Flight of the Bumblebee / From the Wright Brothers to the Moon
(Tuesday, April 8)
   
 Breakfast: Hot buffet breakfast at 8:00 am in the lower level dining room.
 Morning: Gather in the lower level meeting room at 9:00 am for a lecture on BROADWAY'S PETER PAN. Take a thirty-minute break at 10:30 am to stretch and perhaps take a walk outside. Come back to the meeting room at 11:00 am for a lecture on RICHARD WAGNER'S RIDE OF THE VALKYRIES. This is one of Wagner's best known musical compositions.
 Lunch: Buffet lunch at 12:30 pm in the lower level dining room.
 Afternoon: Gather in the meeting room at 2:00 pm for a lecture on RIMSKY-KORSAKOV'S FLIGHT OF THE BUMBLEBEE. This piece is easily recognizable because of its frantic pace. Enjoy some free time before dinner beginning at 3:30 pm.
 Dinner: Buffet dinner at 6:00 pm in the lower level dining room.
 Evening: Gather in the lower level meeting room at 7:15 pm for a lecture on THE SPACE RACE. It was the question everyone was asking. Would it be the Russians or the Americans?
   
Accommodations: Covenant Harbor
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Broadway's Mary Poppins / Theater Field Trip / From the Wright Brothers to the Moon
(Wednesday, April 9)

Note: The theater/restaurant complex is ramped for easy access. Listening devices available for the show.



   
 Breakfast: Hot buffet breakfast at 8:00 am in the lower level dining room.
 Morning: Gather in the lower level meeting room at 9:00 am for a lecture on BROADWAY'S MARY POPPINS. Then board our motor coach at 10:00 am for a sixty-minute ride to nearby Fort Atkinson and The Fireside Theater. Started in 1964 by Dick and Betty Klopcic as just a pyramid-shaped restaurant, this family-run business has grown to include a 1000 seat restaurant, a 600 seat equity dinner theater and unique shops. Now run by Dick and Betty's son Rick and his wife Jane, the Fireside tradition of excellence continues with 5-6 professional productions each year, fine dining and offers its guests a place to create cherished memories. The Fireside's motto: People will come to a place they have been invited and will return to a place where they have been made to feel welcome.
 Lunch: Plated lunch at The Fireside Theater served at 11:15 am. Today's menu includes your choice of coffee, tea or milk and fresh baked bread. Menu: tomato bisque soup, chicken piccata, and caramel apple cheesecake. Talk to your Group Leader Sunday night if you have food allergies or dietary restrictions.
 Afternoon: Enjoy a MATINEE PERFORMANCE of the musical MARY POPPINS beginning at 1:30 pm. The Fireside is proud to be the first professional theatre in Wisconsin to present a sparkling new production of this beloved Tony Award winning musical. The world’s favorite “practically perfect” nanny comes alive on the Fireside stage serving up more than a spoonful of delightful music, dancing, and laughter that will transport and enchant audiences of all ages. Direct from Broadway and the National Tour, The Fireside’s production of MARY POPPINS features all the well-known popular songs, high-stepping dancing, and a treasure chest full of magic and mirth! There is only one word to describe this unforgettable production - “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!” We will re-board our coach after the show to return to Lake Geneva.
 Dinner: Buffet dinner at 6:00 pm in the lower level dining room.
 Evening: Gather in the lower level meeting room at 7:15 pm for a lecture on FROM THE WRIGHT BROTHERS TO THE MOON.
   
Accommodations: Covenant Harbor
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5: Broadway's Mary Poppins and Ragtime / Program Concludes with Lunch / Departure
(Thursday, April 10)

Note: Check-out of room by 10:30 am.



   
 Breakfast: Hot buffet breakfast at 8:00 am in the lower level dining room.
 Morning: Gather in the lower level meeting room at 9:00 am for a lecture on BROADWAY'S MARY POPPINS. Talk about the show. What did you like or dislike? Take a thirty-minute break at 10:00 am. Come back to the meeting room at 10:30 am for a lecture on BROADWAY'S RAGTIME. This musical tells the story of three distinct groups in America during the early 20th century.
 Lunch: Buffet lunch at 11:30 am in the lower level dining room. Independent departure by 1:00 pm. This concludes our program. We hope you enjoy Road Scholar learning adventures and look forward to having you on rewarding programs in the future. Please be in touch via the Road Scholar Social Network, where you can share memories, pictures, and comments. Best wishes for all your journeys.
   
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch

Free Time Opportunities
 
  Lake Geneva, WI Lake Geneva Area Chamber of Commerce
Your guide to Lake Geneva. For additional information, visit www.lakegenevawi.com
Important information about your itinerary: Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the information featured on this website. Itineraries are based on our best information at this time. Circumstances beyond our control may require us to adjust itineraries or other details. We regret any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding. Information will be sent to you from your Program Provider approximately three weeks prior to the program start date. The prices listed for commercial services and facilities that are not included in the program cost, such as airport shuttles or extra nights lodging, are subject to change without notice. Since Road Scholar cannot guarantee the accuracy of these prices, we strongly suggest contacting the companies directly for the most up-to-date information.

Suggested Reading List


To Conquer the Air: The Wright Brothers and the Great Race for Flight


Author: James Tobin


Description: For years, Wilbur Wright and his younger brother, Orville, experimented in obscurity, supported only by their exceptional family. Meanwhile, the world watched as Samuel Langley, armed with a contract from the US War Department and all the resources of the Smithsonian Institution, sought to create the first manned flying machine. But while Langley saw flight as a problem of power, the Wrights saw a problem of balance. Thus their machines took two very different paths—Langley’s toward oblivion, the Wrights’ toward the heavens—though not before facing countless other obstacles. With a historian’s accuracy and a novelist’s eye, Tobin has captured an extraordinary moment in history.



History of Flight: From Leonardo's Flying Machine to the Conquest of Space


Author: Riccardo Niccoli


Description: From man's first hopeful attempts to achieve liftoff to the era of jets, superfighters, and space shuttles, this fascinating volume captures the magic and science of flight. Magnificently illustrated, it moves forward chronologically, with each chapter dedicated to a specific type of aircraft or event—including wartime aviation and the birth of commercial airlines. Entertaining anecdotes, and a section on technology, round out this comprehensive history.





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