The Airways Museum Civil Aviation Awards
The Airways Museum holds a collection of information about Civil Aviation awards as well as the Harmon Trophy
The Airways Museum holds a collection of information about Civil Aviation awards as well as the 'The Harmon Trophy' 'The National Trophy for Australia' awarded to the outstanding aviator in each of twenty-one countries that were members of the pre-War League of Nations. It is inscribed with the years 1926 to 1939, but only two years have names against them - 1928 - C.E. Kingsford-Smith and 1929 Hon. Hugh Grosvenor. It was made by Belgian sculptor Godefroid (or Godefroy) Devreese.
These awards are significant for the role they played in the history of Australian air transport.
see Civil Aviation Historical Society/Airways Museum
For information on the use of this material contact Civil Aviation Historical Society/Airways Museum. Telephone: (03) 9374 3905 or +61 3 9374 3905 (international) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A selection of material is available on line. Further material is held at the Museum
Air traffic control; Airports; Award Ceremonies; Pilots
Charles Kingsford-Smith; Clifford B Harmon
Civic Aviation Awards