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Storer, Richard Henry

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Storer, Richard Henry

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1897-1965

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Richard Storer was born in England and moved to Vancouver prior to World War I. He served as a fighter pilot and aerial photographer with the Royal Flying Corps and was awarded the Belgian Croix de Guerre. After the war, he returned to Vancouver and established a printing business, but he continued to fly. In 1932, he and a co-pilot flew from Montreal to Vancouver in a biplane to attempt a one-day non-stop air mail service.

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