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    Otha H. Vaughan, Jr. of Huntsville, AL shared the following –

    "Did you know that Seneca, SC had an Airport that was listed in the 1935 issue of The Air Pilots Register? It had two grass landing strips, 1,500 feet N/S and 1,000 feet E/W, both 200 feet wide. I made my first solo flight in a J-3 Piper Cub from that airport on 26 May 1946. The airport operator at that time was The Meldeau Flying Service that began its operations after WWII by Captain Leonard H Meldeau."

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