Windows to the Past, Pt. VII

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FLIGHT SCHOOL. The donation of World War II surplus airplanes gave students at the Manhattan High School of Aviation Trades plenty of chances for hands-on learning. (Feb. 19, 1957)

EDUCATION FOR THE AIR AGE. The aviation high school prepared students to embark on a career in the rapidly growing industry of airplane construction and repair. (Oct. 1, 1957)

UNDER THE HOOD. Automobile repair was already being taught at a time when horse-drawn carriages were a common sight on city streets. (Jan. 10, 1923)

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