[Correspondence by Jean Batten and Charles Ulm to Cyril Westcott, Jock Clark and Lord Wakefield]

Jean Batten, Writer;  Charles T. P. Ulm, Writer; 

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Maker and Role
Jean Batten, Writer
Charles T. P. Ulm, Writer
Production Date
Bound photocopies of correspondence. Included are letters, telegrams and cables from Jean Batten to Cyril Westcott and Jock Clark of C.C. Wakefield and Co. Ltd. after her record flight from England to New Zealand in 1936. Includes details of aircraft repairs, future flights, travel plans and interviews for news media. Batten letters cover period 1936 - 1938. Also included are letters, telegrams and cables from Charles [C.T.P.] Ulm to Westcott, Clark and Lord Wakefield about the planned 1933 flight around the world and the 1934 flight to demonstrate the possibility of an Inter-Empire airmail service. In this correspondence Ulm primarily seeks funding and support for these planned flights; there is also a letter from Ulm to Captain F. Entwistle of Air Ministry regarding meteorological conditions. Ulm letters cover period 1933 - 1934.
Physical Description
[77] leaves ; 30 x 21 cm
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Jean Batten et al. 1933-1938. [Correspondence by Jean Batten and Charles Ulm to Cyril Westcott, Jock Clark and Lord Wakefield], MSS-0192-1.2. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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