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Madam Curie's husband?
Merideth, thanks for checking in so quickly, but it is not Pierre Curie.
Good morning Nate,Looks like a tough one, might a clue be forthcoming ?
A deep thinker? But which one?
Sorry, the Anon was me - did not intend to hide.Ellena
I'll try baseball & guess Connie Mack.
Judi, there are many Halls of Fame and this man is not in the baseball one, so unfortunately, it is not Connie Mack
We're snowed in so I have nothing better to do than search Google & make more guesses. This time I tried 1900 Hall of Fame Inventors. The thin, mustached ones are the ones I'll guess:Leo Baekeland, Lee Deforest, Benjamin Holt. I'll be surprised if any of those are right.To Merideth on the eastern side of WY: Prepare yourself. It's headed your way.
It is Glenn H. Curtiss who is enshrined in the National Aviation Hall of Fame.
Wow, Robert, congratulations once again!
Hope everything's okay, Nate -Where's the post that reveals the story of Glenn Curtis?
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