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Aviation before the WWI

Flying Things 1890-1913Created by: Library Of CongressDated: 1912
Mrs. G. Curtiss
Glass negatives of everything that was flying between 1890 and 1913.
639 Media in collectionpage 1 of 7
A.F. Bergqvist - aerial vessel Patented Oct. 17, 1893.

A.F. Bergqvist - aerial vessel Patented Oct. 17, 1893.

Design drawing for a flying machine invented and patented by A.F. Bergqvist. Pat. no. 506,969. Sheet 1 of 3. Fig. 1. Forms part of: Gilbert H. Grosvenor Collection of Photographs of the Alexander Graham Bell Fa... more

Ely flying
Aubrun
Latham
Coffyn
NC-4
NC-4
4th July
Weyman
Mars
Milton
Paulhan
Latham

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