Art Williams arrived in British Guiana in August 1934 piloting an Ireland amphibian biplane, NC183M, powered by a Pratt & Whitney "Wasp", 9-cylinder 450 HP radial engine, landing on the Demerara River.
After leaving Guiana, Williams moved to Jupiter, Florida to be with wife Inez and his two children.
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|Short description||Pioneering pilot|
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