Emory Conrad Malick 1881-1958

Testimonials

“Ms. Groce’s research and book have the potential to completely rewrite aviation history.”
Rebecca Maksel
Associate Editor
Air & Space/Smithsonian Magazine

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“Malick’s historical significance might have been lost if it weren’t for the tireless efforts of his great-niece…”
Jane Kessler
Columnist
Sunbury Daily Item

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“Ms. Groce has made a discovery in her family records that contradicts some of the recorded history of Aviation. She has presented a very thoroughly researched account of the career, and the contributions of Mr. Emory Conrad Malick, her Great-uncle.”
Roscoe D. Draper
Former Civilian Aviation Instructor
Tuskegee Institute

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“Emory Conrad Malick’s story is stunning, and has caught everyone flat-footed. Even aviation historians at the Smithsonian are surprised by the recent evidence discovered related to Malick.”
Mark Taylor
Ernie Buehl website

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“You have done a fantastic job of researching and writing. I am greatly impressed.”
Dr. Eugene Richardson
Documented Original Tuskegee Airman

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“Congratulations Mary! It is all so exciting. You have done a great service not only to your uncle but also for the history of aviation. To exclude the experiences and contributions of blacks in aviation is to deny everyone else the complete history, thereby leaving large and apparent gaps in the story. Your fine work adds a significant piece. We are proud to have you as a member of our chapter!”
Derrick Pitts
Chief Astronomer, Franklin Institute
President of the Philadelphia Chapter of the Tuskegee Airmen, Inc.

Please contact me if you can help with my research on Emory Conrad Malick and the history of aviation in the Delaware Valley, Central Pennsylvania, and San Diego. Thank you!
 
 
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