Part 2, "Katie and 'The Boys,'" shows that Katharine Wright was an indispensable member of the Wright family team. After Wilbur's death in 1912, she was instrumental in helping Orville wind down and ultimately sell the Wright Company. In the process, she steered the surviving Wright Brother into his emeritus role as the elder statesman of American aviation. Dramatic readings from Katharine's letters are interwoven with the voices of scholars, historians, family members, and other interpreters, who offer their own illuminating perspectives on Katharine and her times.
To learn more about Katharine Wright and her remarkable family, and view a selection of archival photographs and letters, visit harryhaskell.com.
Producer: George Drake, Jr.
In Her Own Wright was made possible by a generous grant from Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park, with additional funding from Sue and Lester Reingold, and Susan Marsh and Richard Maurer. Additional support from 91.3 WYSO in Yellow Springs, Ohio.
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