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To the publick. The long expected Tea Ship arrived last night at Sandy-Hook, but the pilot would not bring up the Captain till the sense of the City was known. The committee were immediately informed of her arrival, and that the Captain solicits

Five hundred pounds reward. [For the capture of the Viginia built pilot boat St. Louis which has be seized and carried off by her crew] [Signed] Anthony Marmajou. Philadelphia 16th July 1778. Philadelphia: Printed by John Dunlap, in Market-stree

Bond and appointment of Davis Floyd as pilot at the Falls of the Ohio

The dimensions of the Testudo Coriacea, or Leather Tortoise, caught by Samuel Coon, one of the branch pilots of New-York on board the Young Pilot, by way of Sandy-Hook, on the 27th Sept. 1811, and purchased by John Scudder, proprietor of the Ame

Bermudas, drawn from actual surveys, and improved by Blunt's Coast Pilot.

"View of the Pilot Knob" [Mo.]

New York pilot's monument: in Greenwood Cemetery, L.I.

The old rip of the "SHENANDOAH." Captain Waddell (as Rip Van Winkle) [saying to another man], "Law! Mr. Pilot, you don't say so! The war in America over these eight months? Dear! dear! Who'd ever a' thought it!"

American trotting stud: Mambino Pilot, Flora Temple

The queen of the turf Maud S. driven by W.W. Bair: by Harold, dam Miss Russell, by Pilot Jr.

Gray gelding Jack by Pilot Medium

[Tending to pilot Orville Wright or passenger Lieutenant Thomas E. Selfridge after the crash of the Wright Military Flyer at Fort Myer, Virginia]

U.S.S. Solace, pilot house

[Pilot Office and mole, Colberg, Pomerania, Germany (i.e.,Kołobrzeg, Poland)]

[Harbor and pilot station, Colberg, Pomerania, Germany (i.e.,Kołobrzeg, Poland)]

[Harbor, hotel and pilot station, Colberg, Pomerania, Germany (i.e, Kołobrzeg, Poland)]

Captain, pilot and wheelman posed on deck of Brahmaputra river steamer

U.S.S. Yankee pilot house

Pilot boats in New York harbor /

Pilot boat no. 5

Steam pilot boat New Jersey

Pilot leaving Str. Deutschland

Steam pilot boat "New York"

Str. Philadelphia after dropping pilot

Pilot boat no. 2

Steam pilot boat New Jersey

Pilot House of R-34

Looking forward on pilot boat no. 2

Steam pilot boat New Jersey

Str. Philadelphia after dropping pilot

Steam pilot boat taking pilots out

Steam pilot boat at dock

Glenn Curtiss at pilot's wheel of his biplane

Looking forward on pilot boat no. 2

Last pilot going aboard Str. New York

Pilots going out on steam pilot boat New York

Pilot House R-34 -- just after landing

Cabin of pilot boat no. 2

Cabin of pilot boat no. 2

The engine which carried the Nation's Pilot - President McKinley's Train leaving Oakland, Calif.

Pilots returning to pilot boat

Pilot going aboard a brig

Pilot boat No. 8

Starting on her cruise after dropping pilot

Pilot boat No. 2

Taking off the pilot (a tramp steamer)

Pilot coming aboard pilot boat

Pilot coming aboard pilot boat

Putting pilot aboard Str. Noordam

Pilot on board pilot boat after "taking out"

Pilot on board pilot boat after "taking out"

Starting on her cruise after dropping pilot

Taking pilot off Str. Seguranca

Oldest pilot on the coast, The

Taking pilot off Str. Noordam

Starting on cruise after dropping pilot

Str. Philadelphia dropping her pilot

Hoisting pilot boat aboard

Pilot boat No. 8

Pilot leaving Str. Philadelphia

The pilot coming aboard at Sandy Hook from pilot boat "New Yorker," New York Harbor

The pilot coming aboard at Sandy Hook from pilot boat "New Yorker," New York Harbor

The JUNE BUG which won Scientific American trophy, July 4, 1908, with Curtiss, pilot. Hammondsport, N.Y

Dr. W. Greene, at pilot wheel of aeroplane

F.L. de Riemsdyk at pilot wheel of Curtiss aeroplane

Dr. Wm. Greene at pilot wheel of aeroplane

Pilot Collins

[Close-up view of airplane, including the pilot and passenger seats]

[Close-up view of airplane, including the pilot and passenger seats]

[Close-up view of airplane, including the pilot and passenger seats]

Str. City of Detroit III, pilot house and bridge

[Arrival of French pilot Marc Bonnier and mechanic Joseph Barnier in a Nieuport airplane, the first aviators to fly into Jerusalem]

[Arrival of French pilot Marc Bonnier and mechanic Joseph Barnier in a Nieuport airplane, the first aviators to fly into Jerusalem]

[Arrival of French pilot Marc Bonnier and mechanic Joseph Barnier in a Nieuport airplane, the first aviators to fly into Jerusalem]

S.S. M.W. [i.e. Howard M.] Hanna, top of pilot house after storm

[Arrival of French pilot Marc Bonnier and mechanic Joseph Barnier in a Nieuport airplane, the first aviators to fly into Jerusalem]

[Arrival of French pilot Marc Bonnier and mechanic Joseph Barnier in a Nieuport airplane, the first aviators to fly into Jerusalem]

[Arrival of French pilot Marc Bonnier and mechanic Joseph Barnier in a Nieuport airplane, the first aviators to fly into Jerusalem]

[Airplane and pilot]

Pilot View School. See Kentucky reports for 1916. Location: Clark Co., Kentucky / Lewis W. Hine.

EDGERTON, JAMES E., LIEUT., U.S.A. FIRST AIRMAIL PILOT TO ARRIVE IN D.C. ON CONT. SCH. SERVICE, MAY 15TH, WITH SISTER

[Pilot standing in front of U.S. Army airplane during World War I]

["Pilot" climbing up rope to get into basket (gondola) suspended below observation kite balloon during training at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Hampton Roads, Virginia]

General Menoher, Pilot, Capt. Ocker

Pilot in flight suit greets Sir Herbert Samuel. Gertrude Bell(?) stands between Samuel and pilot. Wyndham Deedes and Amir Abdullah to the left in foreground

[Pilot in flight suit greets Sir Herbert Samuel. Gertrude Bell(?) stands between Samuel and pilot. Wyndham Deedes and Amir Abdullah to the left in foreground]

Close-up of a Post Office Dept. mail plane equipped with the new experimental radio apparatus with which the Dept. hopes soon to make possible night flying. The little lead fish at the bottom of the picture is let out while flying and carries with it a long copper wire which serves as the antennae. A sound-proof covering over the pilot's set and transmitter is necessary and the electricity is manufactured by a generator run by a free fan. Experiments conducted at Bolling Field, Wash. Aug. 2, 1922

First airplane to land in Grand Canyon. Aug. 8, 1922, R. V. Thomas, Pilot. E. L. Kolb, cameraman

Probably the smallest plane in the world. Built by Edw. F. Allen of Wash, D.C., who was formerly test pilot for Army Air Service during the world war. Plane is equipped with 9 horsepower motorcycle engine and weighs only 205 lbs. with wing spread of 27 ft. Mr. Allen, in cockpit, flies it often and recently attained height of 1800 ft. capable of making 63 mph

Aircraft Apollo & pilot

Flying boat "Satyrus" pilot? And girl, Pamela Cross

Assistant Secretary of the Navy Theodore Douglas Robinson, inspected the new training being given the Midshipmen at the U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md on Friday August 7th. Under the new regulations each midshipmen must take a course in aviation and learn to pilot a plane. The [...] Year Men now at the Academy are the first ones to recieve training. This picture shows Mr. Robinson (center) ready [...]ake a flight with Midshipman C.O. Larson, right. Admiral N[...] Superintendent of the Academy

Commander Richard E. Byrd, the first man to reach the North Pole by airplane, repeating his experiences on the flight before President and Mrs. Coolidge and an audience of 6,000, including cabinet officers, members of the diplomatic corps. and representatives of National Geographic Society from whom he ? the Hubbard Gold Medal in Washington, June 23rd. The President presented Byrd and his pilot Floyd Bennett with medals. Gift from National Geographic Society

Santa Claus receives aeroplane pilot's license from Assistant Secretary of Commerce. Although there may not be sufficient snow for his reindeer sleigh, Santa Claus will still be able to deliver his load of presents on time this Christmas by using the air route. The old saint called at the Commerce Department in Washington today where he is shown receiving an aeroplane pilot's license from Assistant Secretary of Commerce. for Aeronautics William P. MacCracken, while Clarence M. Young (right) Director of Aeronautics, Department of Commerce, looks on. Airway maps and the assurance that the lights would be burning on the airways Christmas Eve were also given to Santa

"The Flying Senators," Senator Frederick Hale of Maine, left, and Senator Hiram Bingham of Connecticut are called the "flying senators" on Capitol Hill because of their frequent use of the airplane to transact government business. This photograph was snapped at Bolling Field Washington, just before the Senators took off for Langley Field, Va. Senator Bingham is an experienced pilot, having seen service with the Army Air Service during the World War

President Coolidge presents Herbert Schiff trophy to crack Navy Flyer. For performing the feat of keeping his plane in the air for 1251 hours without an accident of any kind during the last year Lieut. James E. Dyer, crack U.S. Navy flyer, was presented with the Herbert Schiff Trophy by President Coolidge at the White House today. The Trophy is awarded annually to a Navy pilot on the merit of year round performance in line of duty. William Schiff, brother of the Naval Reserve aviator in memory of whom the cup is given, is shown on extreme left

Gordon Bennett International Balloon Trophy goes to U.S. Army Air Corps. The Gordon Bennett International Balloon Trophy, property of the National Aeronautic Association by virtue of three victories by American Balloonists, was today presented to Assistant Secretary of War for Aviation F. Trubee Davison for the Army Air Corps for a year by Orville Wright, secretary of the Contest Committee of the Association An Army pilot, Captain W.G. Kemper, secured the trophy for America by winning the race from Detroit last year. In the photograph, left to right: Ray Cooper, of the National Aeronautic Association, who brought the trophy to Washington by airplane from Michigan; Brig. Gen. Benjamin Foulois, Assistant Chief of the Army Air Corps; Secretary F. Trubee Davison; Orville Wright; and Porter Adams, president of the National Aeronautic Association

If you happen to be commander of a Navy ship you will be happy to know about this new piece of mechanism. It is the result of the combined efforts of various branches of the Navy Dept. It is a theodolite (compass for measuring the horizon) that will be used on Navy ships. Mr. R.L. Currie of the aerological office Bureau of Aeronautics, Navy department is shown with this instrument which will be used to site pilot balloons sent from shipboard for the sake of gathering weather information

Government plane completely equipped for testing radio and lighting. Captain F.C. Hingsburg, Chief of the Airways Division of the United States Department of Commerce, and a Government airplane that has been completely oufitted as a flying laboratory for testing radio and lighting systems along the country's airways. The radio equipment, for example, includes a transmitting set and two receivers, the pilot or passenger can plug in for radio reception at several convenient points throughout the cabin of the plane

Five persons lose lives in plane crash at Nation's Capital. Scene at Bolling Field, Washington, today shortly after a huge Army plane crashed from a 300-foot altitude claiming the lives of five people, including that of a congressman, his secretary, and a famous Army pilot. The dead are: Rep. William A. Kaylor, of Massachusetts; Arthur A. McGill, Scarsdale, N.Y., Capt. Harry A. Dinger, Pilot; Private Vladimir Kuzma, Mechanic; and Stanley B. Lowe, Secretary to Rep. Kaylor

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