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book focuses on Otero's early years: her life as a stunt pilot flying exhibitions across the United States,
in Japan and China and teaching at the flying school that was opened by her mother.
Katherine was denied the opportunity to fly in World War 1 so she drove an
ambulance and flew exhibitions to raise money for the war effort. A brief
summary of her later years mentions her battle with tuberculosis, her marriage
and her career as an architect.