Museum Members to Particpate in Missouri Aviation Historical Society Lambert Airport History Project
Members of the Greater St. Louis Air & Space Museum will participate in a newly-formed project organized by the Missouri Aviation Historical Society to write an authoritative history of Lambert-St. Louis International Airport. Noted aviation historian Fred Roos, museum curator Jack Abercrombie, and board members Mike Burke, Trent Duff, Carmelo Turdo and Mark Nankivil will join fellow researchers from across the St. Louis area and beyond in this multi-year effort. The project will be led by Dr. Daniel Rust of the Center for Transportation Studies at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, and assisted by Mr. Alan Hoffman, a Partner at the Husch Blackwell law firm in Clayton, MO. Anyone willing to join in this exciting endeavor, please contact Dan O’Hara, President of the Missouri Aviation Historical Society, at firstname.lastname@example.org.