S.3 Ep. 4 – Aviation History with John Doyon



On this episode we hear a recording of an event that explores aviation history and explains how flying went from being a rich man’s novelty to a basic mode of mass transportation. We also talk about what we’re reading.

Next we hear a recording of an event that took place at the Northside library last month. In it, John Doyon, airline pilot, and former flight instructor and aviation history professor at Vermont Technical College, reveals the fascinating evolution of air travel.

If you have books you’d like to recommend we read and discuss please email us at podcast@jmrl.org.

This podcast is made possible through generous support from the Friends of the Library. If you’d like to learn more or join the friends please head to their website. The Friends of the Library’s Fall Book Sale is happening now from Saturday, November 2 – Sunday, November 10.


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