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Love, Nigel Borland (1892 - 1979)

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Aviator and Flour-miller
Born: 16 January 1892  South Kurrajong, New South Wales, Australia.  Died: 2 october 1979  Killara, New South Wales.
Nigel Borland Love and H.E. Broadsmith established a company in 1919 called Australian Aircraft and Engineering Company (AAEC), Australia's first aircraft manufacturing industry, with Love as managing director. They produced six AVRO 504 K training biplanes for the R.A.A.F. and seven for civilian customers before going into voluntary liquidation in 1923. Love then joined the flour-milling firm of Edwin Davey & Sons, becoming sales manager and going on to own his own flour-mill.
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