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Memorial portrait of Henry Howard Houston Woodward by Violet Oakley. "He left university early to join the American Ambulance Field Service in France; after participating in several "hellish" battles he tired of the AA and joined the Franco-American Aviation School, trained as a pilot, and joined the Lafayette Escadrille. He flew Nieuport scouts over the German lines for a few months. On April 1, 1918, Woodward was posted "missing in action;" his crash site and grave was located after the war.

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