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Rubber pull model aerodrome
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Aerodrome no. 5, December 3, 1895
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Houseboat with overhead launching…
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Instantaneous photograph of aerodrome
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Houseboat and launching apparatus
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Frame of aerodrome, January 31, 1900
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Hoisting aerodrome to launching track
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Aerodrome on launching track
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Quarter-size model of the aerodrome in flight Aughst 8, 1903
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Flight of large aerodrome October 7, 1903
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Aerodrome being recovered October 7, 1903
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Aerodrome launch, October 7, 1903
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Preparing to launch the aerodrome
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The Aerodrome in flight
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Aerodrome 5 in flight, May 6, 1896
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Collection Hetzel
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Les Voyages Extraordinaires
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La troisieme ascension termineé par une chute effroyable.
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L'Albatross.
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Un repas n'engage à rien.
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Tom Turner.
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Les deux collègues purent voir cette cité immense.
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On vit un des naufragés se relever….
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L'Albatrosse rejoignit le Go Ahead
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Langley Aeroplane (Built 1898-1903) Ready for Launching at Hammondsport, N.Y., May 28, 1914.
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Langley Aeroplane Just Rising from Water, June 2, 1914, Piloted by Curtiss. Flight of Langley Aeroplane with its Own Power Plant Over Lake Keuka, June 2, 1914, Piloted by Curtiss.
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Curtiss 80-Horsepower Motor and Tractor Screw Mounted on Langley Aeroplane.
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Elwood Doherty Clearing the Water September 17, 1914, in the Langley Aeroplane Drive by a Curtiss 80-Horsepower Motor and a Tractor Screw.
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Flight of Langley Aeroplane above Lake Keuka September 17, 1914, Piloted by E. Doherty and Driven by a Curtiss Motor and Tractor Screw.
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Langley Aeroplane in Flight September 19, 1914; Climbing.
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Langley Aeroplane in Flight October 1, 1914; Natural Poise.
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Langley Aeroplane in Flight October 1, 1914. Hammondsport, N.Y., in Background.
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Langley Wing Trussing 1903. Fig. 3. Hammondsport Wing Trussing 1914. Fig. 4
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“Pilotenanordnung Im Nurflügel “Horten-IV.””
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Ein neues Flugzeugmuster
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U.S. Navy F4H-1 All-Weather Attack Fighter; McDonnell Aircraft Corporation
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F4H-1 Weapon System; McDonnell Aircraft Corporation
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p.39 Box-kite glider
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plate between p. 50-51, "premier combat"
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The photographic print is from the original negative of the only pircutre takend of man's first flight, Kitty Hawk, N.C. . .
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And out of the night came a silver bird bearing a boy who carried letters of introduction to Paris.
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Rear View of the Wright aeroplane (the aviator's seat is to the left of the motor).
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The "White Wing" aeroplane about to start - F.W. Baldwin in the seat.
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G.M. Curtiss in the "June Bug"
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The "White Wing", Lieut. Selfridge driving. The "June Bug" in its sucessful flight.
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Three intrepid flyers - Wiley Post, pilot, Harold Gatty, navigator and "Winnie Mae" - after their history-making flight around the world in eight days.
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From Arctic to Tropic on Man's First Flight Round the World.
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Types of Successful Aeroplanes
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Evening in Cloudland: One of Wilbur Wright's Memorable Flights.
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Evening in Cloudland: Wilbur Wright Returns to the Starting Derrick After a Most Successful Flight.
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The Wonder Book of Aircraft
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A view from the Balloon at its GREATEST elevation see Page IIII. A.
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A BALLOON PROSPECT from above the CLOUDS.
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Jules Verne, the World's Greatest Prophet
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Les trois hangars Blériot
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Le Progrès
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L'Amérique au buffet
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Henry Farman sur biplan Farman
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M. et mme Blériot et M. Alfred Leblanc
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Madness in Clipped Wings
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