This Day in Miami History Podcast
by Matthew Bunch
October 26, 2022 9:00 pm
This Day in Miami History is a podcast dedicated to short stories of Miami’s history. Most episodes will be less than 15 minutes, and focused on bringing primary sources out of library archives and into your ears. It’s a region loved by millions, followed by millions more and never devoid of interesting events. Plumbing the depths of Miami’s history should be one hell of a time.
In today’s episode of This Day in Miami History, we acknowledge the 93rd birthday of Airlene Falconer (née Evans), who on this day in 1929 became the first baby born in an airplane over Biscayne Bay.
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