This chapter describes the Omlies’ arrival in Memphis in the fall of 1922; their establishment of Mid-South Airways at Armstrong Field, which offered flying lessons, aerial photography, air-taxi charters, cargo transport, cropdusting, and aerial mapping of the river, power lines, and various commercial developments; their involvement in flood rescue missions; and the expansion of Mid-South Airways to include regular passenger service to Chicago.
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