In the May 14, 1910, issue of that estimable rag, we see my cousin being congratulated by Queen Victoria of Spain, and at the top of the page “a unique instantaneous photograph” of an accident of Mamet’s in his monoplane during his exhibition flights in Spain. Here he has stood the Bleriot on its nose. I have another photo – different country, same maneuver. The monoplane is, as before, rooting, nose down and pointing at China. The caption reads, “Atterrissage brusque de Mamet,” which I believe requires no translation.