This chapter describes events in Phoebe’s life including the death of her husband Vernon in a plane crash in 1936; her resignation from her position with the federal government to campaign for Franklin Roosevelt’s reelection; her appointment as senior private flying specialist assigned to the Research Division of the Civil Aeronautics Administration in February 1941; and the launching of the Tennessee Women’s Research Flight Instructors’ School in September 1942.
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