Ray A. Page began construction at Lincoln, Nebraska, in 1922 as the Nebraska Aircraft Corporation with the five-seat Air Coach. Between 1923 and 1925 offered the Lincoln-Standard Tourabout, a three-seat rework of the Standard J.1 of 1916. Also produced the Sport Lightweight biplane. Page acquired the rights to the New Swallow and redesigned this as the three-seater Lincoln-Page LP-3 in 1928, an attempt to catch up with developments in light aircraft design. In 1929 produced a two-seat trainer known as the Lincoln-Page Trainer. Last design was the parasolwing Lincoln Playboy of 1931. Firm was now the Lincoln Airplane and Flying School.

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