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Thursday May 21, 2020 (1 week, 6 days ago)


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During their stay at the Chatham Naval Air Station during WWI, Naval officers and enlisted men would often travel to the Mill Hill Pavilion on the Hyannis/W. Yarmouth line. There, they could meet young girls to dance with and become acquainted. Thus it was that Lieutenant Edwin H. Mott, a naval pilot at Chatham, met Ruth Crocker of Barnstable. The two became engaged, and Ruth, because of her fondness of Lt. Mott, became obsessed with helping out with the war effort. [...]

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