Well Remembered—Capt. Harry Butler
36° 46′ 04″ S / 137° 55′ 32″ E
Captain Butler was a brave man who fought in the air during World War I but is best recalled for bringing aviation to southern Australia, near Adelaide. More than that, he pioneered air mail as well as aerial photography—and he did so with élan and style. He brought two aircraft with him but it is his Bristol M.1C named Red Devil which is the center of the memorial to him located in Minlaton Australia. Steve Hudson of Weekend Notes has this excellent article on the man as well as the memorial—and our thanks to Ross Sharp for his post of the Bristol M.1C leading us to this knowledge.