Jersey Journal/1933/Birdwomen Elect Gretchen Hahnen

Birdwomen Elect Gretchen Hahnen  (1933) 

Birdwomen Elect Gretchen Hahnen. Miss Gretchen Hahnen, 100 Duncan Avenue was elected New Jersey governor of the Woman's International Association of Aeronautics at a meeting of the organization last night at the home of Mrs. William D. Smyth, Jr., 229 West 101st Street, New York. Princess Der Ling, president of the organization was unable to preside, due to illness, and Miss Pearl Pelledon was in charge of the meeting. Viola Gentry, nationally known aviatrix was elected second vice-president. Miss Hahnen is adviser of the Junior Aeronautical Association of Jersey City, and is a student of Colonel Clarence Chamberlin.

Gretchen Hahnen (1902-1986) in the Jersey Journal of Jersey City, New Jersey on February 2, 1933.png

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