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Captain Harry Butler

Captain Harry Butler

Captain Harry Butler and his business partner H.A. (Harry) Kauper in front of the Bristol monoplane the 'Red Devil'.

Harry Butler and friends

Harry Butler and friends

The South Australian aviator, Captain Harry Butler, standing with three men, one of whom is seated on a motorcycle. The man in uniform to Captain Butler's left is his business partner Harry Kauper.

Harry Butler's aeroplane Accident

Harry Butler's aeroplane Accident

The wreck of Captain Harry Butler's Avro 504 biplane at Minlaton. Following maintenance, Butler took off just after 4.00pm on 10 January 1922, with Rex Miles as his passenger. After climbing to 1400 feet the engine stalled and Butler attempted to restart it by diving. This attempt failed and the aircraft crashed, Butler suffered severe head injuries that ended his flying career, Miles suffered minor facial injuries. In this photograph a man using crutches is seen examining the damage to the tail section of the biplane. The front end is completed smashed.

Captain Harry Butler standing with a group of men

Captain Harry Butler standing with a group of men

Captain Harry Butler, aviator, wearing his flying outfit standing with a group of men.

Captain Harry Butler with two passengers

Captain Harry Butler with two passengers

Captain Harry Butler (11 stone 3lbs), center, with Mr. John Bascomb (17 stone 7lbs) of Mount Wedge Station, Elliston, and Miss Annie Gunn (16 stone 3lbs) of Liarg Station, Sheringa. The first passengers to fly with Captain Butler in his two passenger Butler-Kauper aircraft.

Capt. Henry J. Butler : SUMMARY RECORD

Capt. Henry J. Butler : SUMMARY RECORD

Papers of Captain Henry John ('Harry') Butler comprising photographs, logbook, scrapbooks, pamphlets and several letters, together with papers relating to the nursing career of Elsa Birch Butler (nee Gibson), later Elsa Birch Hay-Taylor, comprising certificates, record of service, testimonials and correspondence.

Sir Henry Galway and Captain Harry Butler

Sir Henry Galway and Captain Harry Butler

The Governor, Sir Henry Galway, (left) and Harry Butler standing next to Butler's Avro 504K aircraft before a flight from Enfield airfield, South Australia, 3 February 1920.

Sir Henry Galway and Harry Butler

Sir Henry Galway and Harry Butler

The Governor, Sir Henry Galway, (left) and Harry Butler standing next to Butler's Avro 504K aircraft before a flight from Enfield airfield, South Australia, 2 February 1920.

Sir Henry Galway and Harry Butler

Sir Henry Galway and Harry Butler

The Governor, Sir Henry Galway, (left) and Harry Butler standing next to Butler's Avro 504K aircraft before a flight from Enfield airfield, South Australia.

Sir Henry Galway and Harry Butler

Sir Henry Galway and Harry Butler

The Governor, Sir Henry Galway, (left) and Harry Butler standing next to Butler's Avro 504K aircraft before a flight from Enfield airfield, South Australia.

Harry Butler's aircraft

Harry Butler's aircraft

Harry Butlers' Bristol Monoplane, Minlaton.

Harry Butler memorial

Harry Butler memorial

Opening ceremony - Harry Butler memorial at Minlaton.

Harry Butler memorial

Harry Butler memorial

Opening Ceremony for the Harry Butler Memorial at Minlaton.

Harry Butler memorial

Harry Butler memorial

Opening Ceremony for the Harry Butler Memorial at Minlaton showing the Band playing.

Harry Butler memorial

Harry Butler memorial

Members of the Minlaton School Band at the Opening Ceremony for the Harry Butler Memorial at Minlaton.

Harry Butler

Harry Butler

Harry Butler at Speedway Royal, Wayville.

Harry Butler's Plane

Harry Butler's Plane

Harry Butler's plane - possibly Smith's plane in the background.

Harry Butler and plane at Wayville

Harry Butler and plane at Wayville

Captain Harry Butler and his disabled AVRO 504k bi-plane aircraft at Wayville where he 'looped the loop' at 2:30 p.m. on 31 January 1920. (From handwriting on the reverse by Helen Muriel Waterhouse, nee Sawtell).

Harry Butler's Flight

Harry Butler's Flight

Copy of postcard during Harry Butler's flight.

Harry Butler's Flight

Harry Butler's Flight

Copy of postcard during Harry Butler's flight.

Captain Harry Butler

Captain Harry Butler

Captain Harry Butler about to take off on a 20 minute flight over Adelaide at 5 pounds per passenger. R.D. Bakewell and W.B. Clark are the clients.

Captain Harry Butler Aircraft

Captain Harry Butler Aircraft

Captain Harry Butler about to take off on a 20 minute flight over Adelaide at 5 pounds per passenger.

Captain Harry Butler

Captain Harry Butler

Crowd waiting to greet Captain Harry Butler.

Captain Harry Butler

Captain Harry Butler

Captain Harry Butler's arrival in an aeroplane.

Captain Harry Butler and his wife Elsa

Captain Harry Butler and his wife Elsa

PORTRAIT: Captain Harry Butler and his wife Elsa, nee Gibson, wearing their flying suits and standing in front of his Avro 504-K aeroplane.

Captain Harry Butler

Captain Harry Butler

PORTRAIT: Captain Harry Butler at Victor Harbor, January 1st 1920.

Bristol M. 1c aeroplane owned by Captain Harry Butler

Bristol M. 1c aeroplane owned by Captain Harry Butler

Men working on a small aircraft described by Searcy as belonging to Harry Butler, the South Australian aviator. A pilot is at the controls as another man waits to push the propellor.

Captain Harry Butler taking off in his aircraft

Captain Harry Butler taking off in his aircraft

Captain Harry Butler taking off in his aircraft, possibly at Minlaton, South Australia.

Captain Harry Butler standing in front of his aircraft

Captain Harry Butler standing in front of his aircraft

Captain Harry Butler, a woman and a man in Air Force uniform standing in front of his aircraft, possibly at Minlaton, South Australia.

Captain Harry Butler standing in front of his aircraft

Captain Harry Butler standing in front of his aircraft

Captain Harry Butler, South Australian aviator, photographed standing in front of his single engined aircraft with his fiancee, Elsa Birch Gibson on his right and an Air Force officer.