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Bubbles From The Springs

Creator: n/a
Date: August 1933
Publication: The Polio Chronicle
Source: Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation Archives

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Georgia Hall entered the picture again when on the 8th of July Atlanta put on its first Annual Air Show, the proceeds of which went toward the fund for our new administration building. Many of us went to witness the great spectacle which more than satisfied our anticipations.


There were many novel and complicated stunts and maneuvers performed. One event of particular interest was the christening of the new bomber, "The City of Atlanta," which was done by Emily Rosenquest, one of our most lovely young belles. Seating and parking arrangements had been planned in our favor, for we held excellent reserved positions from which to view the show. A vote of thanks and appreciation is extended to the manager of the Municipal Air Field, Mr. Gray, for the thoughtful attention given to our comfort and enjoyment.


A Curtiss-Aero Bus and Power Car is to be given to the Foundation. In order that the new bus might incorporate ideas of patients, a contest was held with patients, employees, and cottagers divided into four teams to design seating arrangement and special equipment. The winning team, headed by Don Russell, were the honored guests at a wiener roast given by the losing teams captained by Elizabeth Angell, Peggy Clark, and Roy Hull.