Russ Thaw was in the public eye from the day he was born. The son of […]
Another package from project historian Matthew Lawlor: these are bricks from the “Big Hangar” at Bowles-Agawam […]
Something super cool came in from project historian Matthew Lawlor and the New England Air Museum. […]
Russ Thaw earned his pilots license in April of 1929. By early 1931 he was participating […]
The man himself. 1924 at Harvard University. Don’t forget to join the official Hall Bulldog Project […]
Tuesday, Sept 6th, 1932: Hall leaves Cleveland with Frank Lynch in the Cicada, returning to Agawam […]
Monday, Sept 5th, 1932 In the morning, Bob Hall and the Springfield Aircraft Co. team fire […]
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The man standing behind Hall in this photo is Augustino “Gus” Liberatori. Gus was only 15 […]
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245.79 MPH! Don’t forget to join the official Hall Bulldog Project Facebook group and subscribe to […]