S E-R’ F “O A” H P M
ousands of Embry-Riddle pho-tographs and other visual memorabil-ia are available for free public viewingonline. Go to
and type in keywords to search thearchive database. You will nd thou-sands of photos of everything relat-ing to Embry-Riddle from 1926 untiltoday, including:
Vintage aircra, including WACO,Curtiss Jenny, Velie Monocoupe,Flamingoes, seaplanes, Ford,Stearman, and Piper Cub
Original Embry-Riddle Company headquarters at Lunken Field inCincinnati, Ohio
Airmail operations in the 1920s
Seaplane operations in Miami, Fla.
Flight training facilities from the1940s in South Florida, includingDorr Field and Carlstrom Field, andUnion City, Tenn.
British Flying Training School No. 5in Clewiston, Fla.
Maintenance, Engine Overhaul, andRepair and other facilities at theColiseum in Coral Gables, Fla.
Technical Aviation School in SaoPaulo, Brazil (Escola Tecnica deAviacao)
Residential campuses in DaytonaBeach, Fla., and Prescott, Ariz.
People in our history: John PaulRiddle, T. Higbee Embry, Len Povey,John and Isabel McKay, Jack Hunt,James Blakeley If you haveany photosyou would liketo submit forinclusion inthe University Archives, pleasesend them to:
Director of the Archives
FLY PAPER FUNNIES
is cartoon was featured in the July 8,1941, edition of Embry-Riddle’snewspaper, called the Fly Paper.
e insert at the bottom reads:
OUR NEW PRIMARY TRAINERDedicated to the new CPTP (Civilian PilotTraining Program) at Municipal Base and theBritish chappies atCarlstrom.