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Florence "Pancho" Barnes with her Len Travel Air Mystery S., August 4, 1930. On that day, Barnes set a new speed record for women of 196.19 miles per hour. She is also known for setting other flying records, racing planes, working in the Hollywood film industry, and organizing the stunt pilots union during the Depression. San Fernando Valley History Digital Library.

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