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The Stinson Aircraft Company was an aircraft manufacturing company in the United States predominantly in the first half of the 20th century. ... The Stinson 108 was a popular general aviation aircraft produced by the Stinson aircraft company from immediately after World War II to 1950, when the company was bought by Piper aircraft. ... The Stinson Reliant was popular single-engine four to five seat high-wing monoplane manufactured by the Stinson Aircraft Division of the Aviation Manufacturing Corporation of Wayne, Michigan. ... The Stinson L-13 (sometimes known as the Grasshopper, like other aircraft of its type) was a US military utility aircraft first flown in 1946. ... The Stinson Model A was a moderately successful airliner of the mid-1930s. ... Stinson theatres is a movie theatre chain in Canada. ...


  • Joey Stinson
  • Tommy Stinson, (1966- ), an American bassist who is currently a member of Guns N' Roses.
  • Bob Stinson, (1959-1995), founding member and lead guitarist for the American rock band The Replacements.
  • Professor J. T. Stinson, was a notable 20th century fruit specialist and the first director of the Missouri State Fruit Experiment Station.
  • Harry Stinson, high-profile real estate developer in Toronto, Canada.
  • Harry Edward Stinson, (1898-1975), was a noted 20th century sculptor.
  • Lloyd Stinson, (1904-1976), was a politician in Manitoba, Canada.
  • Thomas Stinson, (1798-1864), Ontario merchant, banker & land owner.
  • Katherine Stinson, (1891-1977), fourth woman in the United States to obtain a pilot's certificate.
  • Kathy Stinson, is a Canadian children's writer.
  • Darrel Stinson, (1945- ), is a retired politician in British Columbia, Canada.
  • Bryan M. Stinson Founder of Stinsonism "policy of truth"
  • Helen Stinson Audiologist, dyslexic genius and amateur gymnast

Joey Stinson is an American actor. ... Current Guns N Roses bass player Tommy Stinson Tommy Stinson (born Thomas Eugene Stinson, 6 October 1966 in Minneapolis, USA), currently a member of Guns N Roses, was one of the founding members of the legendary 1980s alternative band The Replacements. ... Guns N Roses is an American hard rock band, formed in Los Angeles, California in 1985. ... Bob Stinson (born Robert Neil Stinson December 17, 1959–February 18, 1995) was the founding member and lead guitarist for the legendary post-punk band The Replacements. ... The Replacements (also known as The Mats or The Mats by fans) were a seminal alternative rock band from Minneapolis, Minnesota. ... Harry Stinson is a high profile real estate developer in Toronto, Canada, and president of Stinson Properties, Inc. ... Lloyd Stinson (February 29, 1904-August 28, 1976) was a politician in Manitoba, Canada, and the leader of that provinces Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (CCF) from 1953 to 1959. ... This article is about the Canadian province. ... Katherine Stinson (February 14, 1891, in Fort Payne, Alabama– July 8, 1977, in Santa Fe, New Mexico). ... Kathy Stinson is a Canadian childrens writer who lives in Rockwood, Ontario. ... Darrel Stinson is a Canadian politician representing the Okanagan—Shuswap for the Conservative Party of Canada. ...


Stinson is a community in the Canadian province of Ontario. ... Stinson Beach Stinson Beach is a census-designated place (CDP) in Marin County, California, United States. ... San Antonio redirects here. ... Image File history File links Disambig_gray. ...

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Katherine & Marjorie Stinson, Pioneer Aviatrices (4260 words)
Stinson received her license on July 24, 1912, and one year later she began her exhibition career in Cincinnati, Ohio, flying a Wright B. The postcard at right (courtesy Gord Mallett in Alberta) was taken at Calgary Alberta on 9 July 1918 just prior to her air mail flight to Edmonton.
Stinson became known as "The Flying Schoolmarm" and her students as "The Texas Escadrille." The school closed at the end of the war in 1918 and Stinson became a draftsman with the Aeronautical Division of the U.S. Navy.
Stinson was licensed as a pilot in 1912 when aviation was in its infancy, planes were quite primitive, and women were grounded as homemakers.
Stinson Aircraft Corporation (1604 words)
The Stinson Reliant was a rugged aircraft built of fabric-covered welded steel-tubing structures with a single strut-braced double-tapered wing, and one of the last of the “taildraggers” (an airplane lacking a nose-wheel so it looked like its tail dragged when taxiing).
Another popular Stinson aircraft was the Model 105 Voyager, a three-passenger airplane featuring a strut-braced wing mounted on the top of the fuselage and capable of flying at about 120 miles per hour (193 kilometers per hour).
The Stinson SR-10 Reliant was also transformed for use in World War II as the UC-81, used by the U.S. Army as a utility aircraft, and the AT-19/V-77, used by the British Royal Navy for a passenger transport, instrument trainer and photo-reconnaissance aircraft.
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