C. F. Willard and Co.

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Charles F. Williard formed company to manufacture his own designs.

single and 3-seat headless biplanes, each with two shaft-and-gear-driven propellers, all stability and control movement being obtained by a universally mounted steering post. In 1913, Williard became chief engineer for Glenn L. Martin Co.

At same time was partner in McCurdy-Willard Aeroplane Co., New York, NY, formed to conduct exhibition flying.

Sources: 9 Aeronautics US23 (1911); 1919YBXX

Organization names C. F. Willard and Co.
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Country US
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Started aero 1911
Ended aero 1913
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