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IGOR SIKORSKY - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 08/05/1963 - HFSID 253302

TLS: "I. Sikorsky", 1½p, separate sheets, 8¼x11. On United Aircraft International/Inter-Company Correspondence stationery. No place, 1963 August 5. To Mrs. Katherine Simokat, Sikorsky Aircraft. In part: "It is probable that I will return earlier than planned...…"

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IGOR SIKORSKY. TLS: "I. Sikorsky", 1½p, separate sheets, 8¼x11. On United Aircraft International/Inter-Company Correspondence stationery. No place, 1963 August 5. To Mrs. Katherine Simokat, Sikorsky Aircraft. In part: "It is probable that I will return earlier than planned...August 14th, or so. I will wire you from Paris exact time of arrival and would ask you to arrange for a company car to meet me at the airport...." Sikorsky asks his secretary to "get all information necessary about the United Aircraft stock to be issued so that if I decide to use the option, I would have a chance to execute it...." In a half-page typed postscript, Sikorsky asks two questions about the stock. Russian-born Igor Sikorsky (1889-1972), a pioneer in the advancement of the helicopter and naval aircraft, constructed and flew the first multi-motored airplane in 1913. In 1923, he formed the Sikorsky Aero Engineering Corp. In 1928, Sikorsky Aviation Corp. joined Boeing, Pratt & Whitney, Chance Vought and Hamilton Standard to form United Aircraft and Transport Corp. In 1939, Igor Sikorsky developed the first practical American helicopter. He is enshrined in the National Aviation Hall of Fame. Staple holes at upper left, 5 pinhead to nailhead-size stains at upper right. Lightly creased.

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