In the birthplace of aviation, local preservationists and one famous historian are trying to get an airplane museum concept off the ground.
The nonprofit National Aviation Heritage Alliance (NAHA), a National Park Service–affiliated nonprofit, manages an eight-county, aviation heritage area centered around the City of Dayton, Ohio. The area’s attractions celebrate the legacy of the Wright brothers, the pioneering fliers of one of the first working planes.
Now, the group is pushing to turn Orville and Wilbur Wright’s Dayton factory into a museum. In a video, below, Pulitzer Prize–winning historian and author David McCullough puts out the call to save the factory, where that famous plane was assembled.
Read the story at archpaper.com.