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Open Cockpit Days

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Wright Buildings in Greenfield Village

Wednesday,  March 6

7:30 PM EST (DOORS OPEN AT 6:30)

$10 per Person: non-members
Free: Museum members
with registration

Mr. Haas gives us a look into how and why two buildings from Dayton, Ohio, are disassembled and rebuilt in Greenfield Village, Henry Ford’s collection of historic buildings in Dearborn, Michigan. Mr. Haas’ talk delves into the conversations, difficulties and ultimate success of relocating the birthplace of modern aviation and the birthplace of the first man to fly, Orville Wright.

Mr. Haas is a 16-year Master Historical Presenter for the Wright buildings in Greenfield Village and the author of The Wright Words, Stories of Inspiration from the Lives of Orville and Wilbur Wright, a collection of essays explaining the thought process they used to solve the problems of flight. Available only on Amazon books.

Mr. Haas is an independent lecturer and this talk is not associated with The Henry Ford or its affiliates.

Speaker: Kirk Haas

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