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Howard Hughes-A Flying Life Howard Robard Hughes was a very inventive attention getting man He was an out-spoken entrepreneur who was best known for his hard work and dedication in motion pictures and the aviation industry His inherited fortune gave him the opportunity to start building on his dreams at an early age Although Howard remained in the news his entire life he was not always looked on favorably in the publics eye In later years his paranoia left him a recluse and in twenty years he had not been seen or photographed by the public Howard was born on Christmas Eve 1904 in Houston Texas He was the only child of Howard Robard Hughes Senior and Alene Gano Hughes His mother died when he was sixteen and his father died when he was 18 Howards childhood wasnt the greatest but in the end it turned out all right He was orphaned and inherited 2000000 and Hughes Tool Company His uncle was Hollywood writer Rupert Hughes Howard took his first airplane ride when he was fourteen years old Howard Hughes attended private elementary and high school in California and Massachusetts He attended the Rice Institute in Houston Texas He also attended the California Institute of Technology Howard had a fine education because he attended highly educational schools His fathers great fortune left Howard very wealthy After his fathers death he was left an estate worth 871000 and a patent for a drill The drill was for oil drilling which made much money In 1925 Howard got married to Ella Rice he was twenty He got divorced in 1928 and that same year he got his first pilots license Howard had two careers that made him very successful in life He started a company called Hughes Aircraft Company The reason he started this was his love of aviation In 1927 he started his career in acting Some of his movies were
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