Document for Today, May 15th:  "Pilot Wm. C. Hopson, U.S. Ma
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he was a flying winter postman michael schroeder
he flew in Omaha Nebraska\<br />Michael Schroeder
Pilot William "Wild Bill" Hopson was his actual name wild bill is his nick-name. -amadou.ba-
One of the best loved and most colorful airmail pilots was William "Wild Bill" Hopson. Before his years as a pilot, Hopson had driven a taxi cab in New York City. "Wild Bill" began flying airmail on April 14, 1920 and left the service when airmail was transferred to private companies. During his years as a Post Office Department airmail pilot, Hopson logged over 4,000 hours of flight time, covering 413,034 miles. -amadou.ba-
Air Mail Service Began: April 14, 1920 Air Mail Service Ended: September 3, 1927 Total Hours Flown: 4043.25 Total Miles Flown: 413,034 Assignment: College Park, Maryland April 17, 1920 – Newark, New Jersey October 1, 1920 - Omaha ronnald bryers www.postalmuseum.si.edu PILOT STORIES: Hopson, William C.
In April 1917 the United States entered World War I against Germany and Austria-Hungary. The Federal Government immediately began to mobilize American society to meet the demands of "total war. nakhyje.wright www.archives.gov An exhibition of 20th century photographs from the holdings of the National Archives and Records Administration.
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this is a website that shows you how the airmail stamps look like and how much they are. -amadou.ba- www.stampworld.com United-States stamp catalogue. Buy and sell stamps from United-States. Meet other stamp collectors interested in United-States stamps.
http://www.century-aviation.com/_img/planes/dh-4-airmail-kermit.jpg<br />michael schroeder
"pilot wm. c hopson" pilot william "wild bill" hopson, modeling u.s Mail Service Winter Flying Clothing, ca. 1926. -alexus panno
was transferred to the field at Newark, New Jersey. -ronnald.bryers- www.postalmuseum.si.edu PILOT STORIES: William Hopson (long)
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Air Mail Service Began: April 14, 1920<br>Air Mail Service Ended: September 3, 1927<br>Hubba hubba www.postalmuseum.si.edu PILOT STORIES: Hopson, William C.
"Regularly scheduled airmail service first began in the United States on May 15, 1918. "Wild Bill" Hopson remains one of the more colorful of the early airmail pilots. A former cab driver who survived several close calls (once landing upside down in a cornfield), he perished when his plane crashed during a storm in 1928." -alexus panno todaysdocument.tumblr.com Tumblr is a place to express yourself, discover yourself, and bond over the stuff you love. It's where your interests connect you with your people.
Why did he have the nickname "Wild Bill"
myshawn docsteach.org Photograph of Pilot William C. Hopson of the U.S. Mail Service in Winter Flying Clothing | DocsTeach
They wear big heavy coats when they fly in the planes *Alana Vucic* www.google.com
why is he standing there? where was this? why did he drop the bomb? what war is this? what is going on? what do he have in his hand? why do he have a coat? where is he? what is his name? william c. hopson. what wm mean? why do he like smoke? what kind of job he work diallo questions yero
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I think he work for: Richard Feynman www.nndb.com Richard Feynman
pri·vate sec·tor noun the part of the national economy that is not under direct government control. pub·lic sec·tor noun the part of an economy that is controlled by the government. -Quincy Allfree/Good wind/bon vent
a panflant<br />kyler.rowe commons.erau.edu
he got lot of close
check out this link -Emery about.usps.com
was he in war?
Reguarly scheduled airmail service first began in the United States on May 15, 1918. Pictured here is Wm. C. Hopson, a Mail Service pilot in 1926. This photograph was part of The Way We Worked exhibition, on display at the National Archives in 2006. ~Alicia Kite~
Pictures ~Alicia Kite~ www.archives.gov An exhibition of 20th century photographs from the holdings of the National Archives and Records Administration.
In April 1917 the United States entered World War I against Germany and Austria-Hungary. The Federal Government immediately began to mobilize American society to meet the demands of &quot;total war.&quot; Millions volunteered for or were drafted into military service. Government worked with business, labor, and agriculture to increase weapon and food production. <br />~Alicia Kite~
-nate leigh about.usps.com
Victory on the battlefields of France, it was hoped, would be followed by what some called an affluent "New Era." And in many ways the 1920s were truly "new." For the first time, more people lived in cities than on farms. Prosperity, technological innovation, and advertising created the world's first mass-consumption economy. Consumer goods such as radios, automobiles, washing machines, and refrigerators became affordable; sports and movies became big business; businessmen and inventors became celebrities. The 1920s were also a time of profound social tensions between traditionally minded, rural, old-stock Americans and newer, immigrant, city dwellers. Issues such as prohibition, immigration restriction, and the growth of the Ku Klux Klan epitomized these strains. -jada.ratliff-
Reguarly scuedled airman service first began in the united states on may 15,1918.... ~sydney~
what is in his hands ? -jada.ratliff-
WHY IS HE WHEREING THAT STELLAEISHA.JONES
In April 1917 the United States entered World War I against Germany and Austria-Hungary. The Federal Government immediately began to mobilize American society to meet the demands of "total war." Millions volunteered for or were drafted into military service. Government worked with business, labor, and agriculture to increase weapon and food production. War also quickened the pace of social change. Black Americans migrated to Northern industrial cities to work in war industries and served in the Armed Forces in unprecedented numbers. Mobilization placed women in jobs previously closed to them and their contribution to the war effort helped win women the right to vote. STELLAEISHA.JONES
Victory on the battlefields of France, it was hoped, would be followed by what some called an affluent "New Era." And in many ways the 1920s were truly "new." For the first time, more people lived in cities than on farms. Prosperity, technological innovation, and advertising created the world's first mass-consumption economy. Consumer goods such as radios, automobiles, washing machines, and refrigerators became affordable; sports and movies became big business; businessmen and inventors became celebrities. The 1920s were also a time of profound social tensions between traditionally minded, rural, old-stock Americans and newer, immigrant, city dwellers. Issues such as prohibition, immigration restriction, and the growth of the Ku Klux Klan epitomized these strains. During World War I, photography was one medium through which Federal agencies mobilized public opinion. Images, many taken by Government photographers, some collected from private sources, were used to convince Americans that the war was just, stir patriotic fervor, and record for history the actions of the military and other war-time agencies. Interestingly, for a nation that was now predominately urban, during the 1920s, Government photographers seemed to have concentrated many of their efforts on recording rural life. Many of the images of 1920s urban America in the National Archives come from the courts or are culled from newspaper or commercial sources. STELLAEISHA.JONES
WHO DO HE WORK FOR ?
Pilot Wm. C. Hopson, U.S. Mail Service Winter Flying Clothing." By an unknown photographer, Omaha, Nebraska, ca. 1926; Records of the U.S. Postal Service; Record STELLA'EISHA.JONES
Hopson died October 18, 1928, when his plane crashed into the top of a tree on a hill near Polk, Pennsylvania, during a bad storm| -Emery
How long has Wm. C. Hopson ben a pilot? How do you ~pernounce~ Wm. for his name ? Did or will he have a job after or before he was a pilot? ~cody~
My answers to the question : Where do we work?: How do we work? Reason with people to kinda get what you want but letting the other person get some of what they want also. Like a treaty you could say. What do we wear to work? I want to be a Heart Doctor when I grow up so it would most likely be a suit a woman's of course. How is work dangerous or unhealthy? At times just like The Jungle many things can happen from cutting your hand to getting it cut off. What conflict must we manage at work? To keep our cool when like Mr.Parker said people can get mad and you don't wanna yell back which is a risk to lose your job.
On September 18, 1920, Hopson flew out of Cleveland, Ohio at 2:10 p.m. He noticed the wind was with him more than usual, and saw that he had a chance to make a speed record. Flying at 10,000 feet, Hopson rushed with the wind to Hazelhurst Field, the New York airmail station, where he landed 3 hours, 1 minute later. He chopped 49 minutes off the last record, and was well ahead of the regular traveling time of four and one-half hours for the 452-mile trip. ^=^ Fatimata :)))) www.postalmuseum.si.edu PILOT STORIES: William Hopson (long)
Click a bit deeper ^=^ Fatimata Harouna about.usps.com
1.We work at school. 2.We go to 8 different classes and learn about the subject we need to learn 3.We wear our school uniforms to school 4.We can eat something bad and get sick or we can get the flu and not go to school 5.We might not like a teacher we have or we might not like another classmate -Nate Leigh
*~We worked on farms, boats, and skyscrapers in mines and in homes.<br />*~We Worked in hard labor (work)<br />*~Work clothes and badges of authority and status lastmale and female roles.<br />*~Reformers have used photographs as evidence to ban child labor that how bad it was.<br />*~Workers and managers have clashed over wages, hours of working conditions.<br />~~Cody~~
Reguarly scheduled airmail service first began in the United States on May 15, 1918. Pictured here is Wm. C. Hopson, a Mail Service pilot in 1926. This photograph was part of The Way We Worked exhibition, on display at the National Archives in 2006. ^=^ Fatimata H. www.archives.gov Americas Historical Documents -- Selected Online Documents from the National Archives
He died a few days after when he was on his first assignment<br />Hailey
^ At UC law school as a proffesor<br />^ I will be teaching students about the law<br />^ I would wear nice dress clothes not jeans or t-shirts<br />^ My job could be dangerous by if i say something wrong my students could take it personally<br />^ A conflict is if students are having a hard time i will help them as best as I could ###hailey###
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