The Flying Fashionista: the Short, Pioneering Flying Career of Ivy Hassard (nee Pearce), 1934-36

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Heap, Natasha. 2022. "The Flying Fashionista: the Short, Pioneering Flying Career of Ivy Hassard (nee Pearce), 1934-36." The Aviation Historian. 38, pp. 34-43.
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The Flying Fashionista: the Short, Pioneering Flying Career of Ivy Hassard (nee Pearce), 1934-36

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AuthorHeap, Natasha
Journal TitleThe Aviation Historian
Journal Citation38, pp. 34-43
Number of Pages10
Year2022
PublisherThe Aviation Historian
Place of PublicationUnited Kingdon
ISSN2051-1930
2051-7602
Web Address (URL)http://www.theaviationhistorian.com/
KeywordsIvy Hassard (nee Pearce); pioneer; fashion designer; female pilot
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020430303. Biography
430302. Australian history
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