Rally planned to save Fairfield house once owned by aviator Gustave Whitehead

Town officials say the house is in bad

Town officials say the house is in bad shape and does not have enough historical value. (April 14, 2014 5:43 PM)

The Fairfield home of an aviator who is credited with making the first manned powered flight two years before the Wright Brothers is set to be torn down.

The house was built by aviator Gustave Whitehead.

Supporters plan to rally outside the house Tuesday in an effort to save it. 

Town officials say the house is in bad shape and does not have enough historical value to preserve....

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