A historical marker on the site of Lexington's first airport was unveiled Monday at Boiling Springs Drive and Leestown Road with help from Sam Halley (red cap), a grandson of the airport's  namesake; Halley's daughter Lyssa McConathy, left of Halley, and Helen Evans, 94, clapping at right, who as a child of 7 was at Halley Field when Charles Lindbergh took off from there in 1928.
A historical marker on the site of Lexington's first airport was unveiled Monday at Boiling Springs Drive and Leestown Road with help from Sam Halley (red cap), a grandson of the airport's namesake; Halley's daughter Lyssa McConathy, left of Halley, and Helen Evans, 94, clapping at right, who as a child of 7 was at Halley Field when Charles Lindbergh took off from there in 1928. Herald-Leader
A historical marker on the site of Lexington's first airport was unveiled Monday at Boiling Springs Drive and Leestown Road with help from Sam Halley (red cap), a grandson of the airport's namesake; Halley's daughter Lyssa McConathy, left of Halley, and Helen Evans, 94, clapping at right, who as a child of 7 was at Halley Field when Charles Lindbergh took off from there in 1928. Herald-Leader