Pablo Suarez corresponded with Otto Lilienthal soon after Lilienthal began his aerial experiments. Suarez built a glider which generally followed Lilienthal's design, but was, apparently, without horizontal or vertical tail surfaces. Suarez's short series of flights reportedly took place in 1895 from Garibaldi Hill at Tandil, Argentina (as did the 1904 glide of Guido Dinelli). Pablo Suarez apparently ceased his aerial activities soon after they began. Perhaps more will be learned about his flights, for he was a pioneer in gliding flight in South America.