R. F. Patterson

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R. F. Patterson was an aero engineer and author who worked for Curtiss and then for the Hall-Scott Motor Company in San Francisco.[1]

The publisher of Aeronautics (US) (Ernest LaRue Jones?) introduced Patterson as "one of the very early men in aviation in this country, an engineer with university training and a man who has had practical experience on the draughting board, in the shop, on the road, and in the machine."[2] (There were then published blueprints of Patterson's design for a hydroaeroplane.)


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Names R. F. Patterson
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Countries US
Locations San Francisco
Occupations engineer
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Affiliations Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation, Hall-Scott Motor Company
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