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Ted Reynolds

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In 1926, Peter Lerbekmo purchased The City of Edmonton and received assistance from Ted Reynolds to restore it to flying condition. As partners they owned and flew the aircraft in 1928.

That same year, Reynolds traded an automobile to take full ownership of the Curtiss JN-4. The aviation aficionado flew The City of Edmonton for a few years, then placed the plane in storage.

In 1980, The City of Edmonton was chosen for restoration by staff at the Reynolds Aviation Museum, which is located in Wetaskiwin. The famous Jenny is now on display.


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