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Dayton, Ohio / Wright Bike Shop #907544

ABC Evening News for Monday, Oct 06, 2008
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(Dayton: Charles Gibson) A visit in Dayton, Ohio, to the Wright Cycle Complex where Orville and Wilbur Wright ran a bicycle ship in the 1890s while thinking about flight featured; scenes and historical photos shown. [Hosts grandniece Amanda Wright LANE, grandnephew Stephen WRIGHT - says the Wright brothers were engaged in the problem of flight; explains the link of their two businesses; says the bicycle technology tied into airplane flight.] Other Dayton inventions listed.

(Dayton: Charles Gibson) The optimistic mood in Dayton despite plant closings and layoffs noted.

Gibson, Charles

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