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by Ellen Rogers

Author: Ellen Rogers
Publisher: Book Production Services (1987)
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Charles Ulm was married twice. Ellen Rogers collection highlight: National Museum of Australia. a b Gwynn-Jones, Terry (1989). On a Wing and a Prayer. In 1919 he married Isabel Amy Winter. After divorcing his first wife, in 1927 he married Mary Josephine Callaghan Ulm established a new company in September 1934, Great Pacific Airways Ltd, intending to operate a San Francisco-Sydney air service. Ulm disappeared in December 1934, together with the copilot and navigator.

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Release Date:January 1988.

Ellen Rogers, Faith in Australia: Charles Ulm and Australian Aviation, Book Production Services, Sydney, 1987. Charles Kingsford Smith and Charles Ulm, Story of ‘Southern Cross’ Trans-Pacific Flight 1928, Penlington and Somerville, Sydney, 1928

Ellen Rogers, Faith in Australia: Charles Ulm and Australian Aviation, Book Production Services, Sydney, 1987. Charles Kingsford Smith and Charles Ulm, Story of ‘Southern Cross’ Trans-Pacific Flight 1928, Penlington and Somerville, Sydney, 1928. Charles Kingsford Smith, The Old Bus, Herald Press, Melbourne, 1932.

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Young was instructed by Ulm to contact the Department of Civil Aviation and the Postmaster-General. Southern Cloud, (Melbourne, 1963) Rogers, Ellen, Faith In Australia: Charles Ulm and Australian Aviation, Book Production Services Pty Ltd, Crows Nest, 1987), . 6ff. Ian Debenham Curator, Transport 2009.

Charles Ulm and Charles Kingsford Smith were two of the most important pioneers of Australian aviation

Charles Ulm and Charles Kingsford Smith were two of the most important pioneers of Australian aviation. Ellen Rogers never filled in the blanks: before she had finished transcribing the manuscript, word came through that Ulm and his companions had come down in the Pacific, somewhere between San Francisco and Honolulu. Had Charles Ulm lived, there is little doubt that the story of civil aviation in Australia would have taken a different course, and he would have been a major player.