This weekend we will be at the Golden Age Air Museum in Bethel, PA. There is a WWI theme weekend and we will be talking about aviation in the era. Visit the WWI exhibitions.
Lt Duncan Ross Grant, U.S. Army Air Corps, was killed in a training accident 31 May 1918 in England. His footlocker was returned home to New York City.
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The Lt Duncan Ross Grant Project is to explore the life of the U.S. aviator who tragically died in a training crash in 1918. The WWI Centennial Committee for New York City and the East Coast Doughboys (eastcoastdoughboys.com) are the curators of Grant’s footlocker. It contains hundreds of letters, photographs, documents, possessions, and ephemera. The contents will be posted here as the project unfolds.
Birth: 22 September 1897, Elizabeth, New Jersey
Parents: David Curtis Grant (bank executive, Lincoln National Bank) and Gertrude Grant