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    Gladys Roy was a barnstormer during the 1920s. Gladys was a parachute jumper and a wing-walker, her most famous stunts were dancing the Charleston and playing tennis on the wing of an airplane in flight. Bad. Ass.

  • Pam Kathryn

    Gladys Roy (1902-1927) A barnstormer during the 1920s, performing mostly in Minneapolis and Los Angeles, Gladys was also a parachute jumper and a wing-walker.

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