Eugene B. Ely #1 Plak-it


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Eugene B. Ely #1

Nov. 14, 1910 – Twenty-four-year-old Eugene B. Ely, a civilian barnstormer, became the first pilot to fly off a ship. The takeoff of his Curtiss pusher biplane was made possible from a wooden platform erected over the bow of the cruiser USS Birmingham (CL 2) at Hampton Roads, Va.

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Plak-it® is a unique attractive process of mounting, protecting and displaying prints, certificates, etc. Your print or document is first mounted to specially selected wood which has been custom cut and finished to size. The surface of your Plak-it is then completely sealed under heat and pressure with a tough, durable, transparent laminate.


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