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[Tomb of Croce-Spinelli and Sivel (French scientists), killed in the crash of the balloon Zenith, 15 Apr. 1875]

[Tomb of Croce-Spinelli and Sivel (French scientists), killed in the c...

This record contains unverified data from old caption card, with subsequent revisions. Tissandier Collection. Caption card tracings: Croce-Spinelli, Joseph Eustache, 1845-1875; Sivel, Henri Theodore, 1834-1875... More

[Tending to pilot Orville Wright or passenger Lieutenant Thomas E. Selfridge after the crash of the Wright Military Flyer at Fort Myer, Virginia]
[Automobile crash in woods]
Crash of Navy plane on Haynes Point, 5/13/25
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
[Crowd of people gather outside the New York Stock Exchange following the Crash of 1929]

[Crowd of people gather outside the New York Stock Exchange following ...

Title devised by Library staff. Photograph by Pacific & Atlantic Photos, Inc. Forms part of: New York World-Telegram and the Sun Newspaper Photograph Collection (Library of Congress).

Famed flier averts crash with notables aboard. This picture was taken a moment after Clyde Pangborn, world famous flier, in attempting to taxi down the field for a take-off, clipped wings with another ship on the field. At the time of the accident, Pangborn had as passengers, Asst.Sec of War, Harry Woodring, Rep. John J. McSwain and his daughter Jane, Mrs. Donald H. McLean, wife of the Rep. of N.J., Rep. Edwin M. Schaefer, Rep. Dow(?) W. Harter, Rep. Frank J.G. Dorsey. The planes were not badly damaged but will be grounded for a while for repairs. 7/26/35
Army fliers killed in sight of Capitol. Two U.S. Air Corps fliers, Maj. George E. Rice and Lieut. Harry H. Geoffrey, were killed in this airplane crash when the ship they were flying was swept into a hillside by a gust of wind as a landing was attempted oon Bolling field, Washington, D.C. The fliers were killed instantly in the cockpit. 12/4/35
New York Mayor advocates giving control of commercial aviation to 100. Washington, D.C., April 12. Appearing before the Senate Interstate Subcommittee today, New York City's Mayor Fiorello La Guardia advocated enactment of the McCarran Bill to transfer control over commercial aviation from the Department of Commerce to the Interstate Commerce Commission. The Mayor said: "the 100 has had a generation of experience and has been very successful in promoting safety in railroad transportation" speaking the recent crash of an airliner near Pittsburgh, the Mayor said he believed there is "no doubt" that the crash was caused by "structural defects," 4121937

New York Mayor advocates giving control of commercial aviation to 100....

Title from unverified data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection on the negative or negative sleeve. Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available a... More

New York Mayor advocates giving control of commercial aviation to 100. Washington, D.C., April 12. Appearing before the Senate Interstate Subcommittee today, New York City's Mayor Fiorello La Guardia advocated enactment of the McCarran Bill to transfer control over commercial aviation from the Department of Commerce to the Interstate Commerce Commission. The Mayor said: "the 100 has had a generation of experience and has been very successful in promoting safety in railroad transportation" speaking the recent crash of an airliner near Pittsburgh, the Mayor said he believed there is "no doubt" that the crash was caused by "structural defects," 4/12/1937
S.E.C. investigates Whitney Co. collapse. Washington, D.C., April 12. H.G. Wellington, partner in the firm of Wellington and Co. told the SEC today that his firm made a unsecured loan on a thirty day note to Richard Whitney and Co. in Sept. 1933, and that the money was not paid for four years. Wellington testified as SEC hearings on the Whitney crash started in Washington, the loan was made while Whitney was President of the New York Stock Exchange of which Wellington is a Governor, Samuel O. Clark, Jr. Trial examiner on the right is shown talking to Wellington at the SEC today, 4/12/38
Two killed in D.C. Army plane crash. Washington, D.C., Nov. 9. Two U.S. Army Flyers --Lieut. Col. Leslie MacDill, General Staff Corps. Officer, and Private Joseph G. Gloxner, were burned to death today in the worst aerial tragedy in the history of the Capitol when their plane crashed in the street in Anacostia, a short distance from Bolling Field. Three automobiles were wrecked in the crash. Col. MacDill was piloting the plane, 11/9/38
Two killed in D.C. Army plane crash. Washington, D.C., Nov. 9. Two U.S. Army Flyers--Lieut. Col. Leslie MacDill, General Staff Corps. Officer, and Private Joseph G. Gloxner, were burned to death today in the worst aerial tragedy in the history of the Capitol when their plane crashed in the street in Anacostia, a short distance from Bolling Field. Three automobiles were wrecked in the crash. Col. MacDill was piloting the plane, 11/9/38
If these sagging shelves should break--you can almost hear the crash! This important part of the winter's food supply would be lost. And these shelves are so narrow that the jars could be knocked off easily. The jars will collect dust and they get too much light. A poor storage place!
Flotation bag manufacturing. Spherical flotation bag used in a famous American bombing plane for protection in event of crash landing at sea. Bags are carried, deflated, in wings and fuselage and may be inflated almost instantly with compressed air contained in cylinders. Goodyear, Akron, Ohio
Bantam, Connecticut. Demetress Welch, veteran of the Warren McArthur upholstery shop suffered a pair of broken ankles in a bad automobile crash in November 1941. Here she is coming out of the Bantam theater, which is open four nights weekly during the winter--seven nights summers, when vacationers from the Bantam Lake cottages swell the audience
The crash of a pile driver shatters the silence, bulldozers ad caterpillar tractors roar as they carve out a lifeline to our northern bastion. Engineers are shown pounding bridge supports into the riverbed, completing another link
Conversion. Fuel oil to coal heating system. Guests can keep warm and tanks can crash German lines at the same time as a result of this Washington hotel's conversion from a fuel oil to a coal heating system. The man installing the coal plant appears dwarfed by the tremendous size of the furnace
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Testing rubber crash boat in the swimming pool
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. A flyer in an all-rubber crash suit
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Crash truck standing by while the dawn patrol takes to the air
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquartes of coastal patrol no. 20. A flyer wearing an all-rubber, watertight crash suit to save his life if he crashes in sub-zero weather
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. A pilot and an observer dressed in rubber crash suits worn by fliers throughout the winter months
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. A flyer in an all-rubber crash suit testing the use of a rubber boat, which he is extracting from its bag
Bar Harbor Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. A pilot and an observer, clad in all-rubber, watertight crash suits, ready for flight
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Testing a rubber crash boat in the swimming pool
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Flying equipment of a patrol flyer; rubber crash suit, "Mae West" life preserver, dye marker, flashlight with red lens, very pistol, revolver and sheath knife
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Alfred Speckman, a flyer, in his rubber crash suit
Tunis, Tunisia. General Mast arriving at the Tunis airport to assume his duties as the new resident general of Tunisia. He is still recuperating from injuries received in a plane crash
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Testing a rubber crash boat in the swimming pool
Four American airmen who were among seven surviving the crash of their Flying Fortress in the North Sea on the return trip from a bombing missing over Hamm, Germany
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Testing all-rubber crash suits, known as "zoot suits" to the flyers who are required to wear them all through the winter months
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. A flyer in an all-rubber crash suit testing the use of a rubber boat, which he is extracting from its bag
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Flyers extracting themselves from all-rubber crash suits after a test in the swimming pool
[Douglas SBD "Dauntless" dive bomber balanced on nose after crash landing on carrier flight deck, June 21, 1943]

[Douglas SBD "Dauntless" dive bomber balanced on nose after crash land...

Title from caption card and item. AM-CR-11-55053. Official U.S. Navy photo. This record contains unverified data from old caption card, with subsequent revisions. See printout for notes written by EBP. Unsure of source.

Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. The crash truck is always standing by when planes are taking off or landing
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. A flyer's safety equipment consists of a folding crash boat folded up in a zipper bag, "Mae West" life preservers, a Very pistol, a flashlight with red lens, and a container of dye to facilitate detection in the water
German airmen captured in northwest Africa after their bombing plane had been shot down by Allied fliers. The pilot, left, wears the Iron Cross. He and the crew member with him tried to escape after a crash landing
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Flyer in a rubber crash suit loading a Very pistol before taking off
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Testing a rubber crash boat in the swimming pool
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Flyers extracting themselves from all-rubber crash suits after a test in the swimming pool
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. A pilot and an observer dressed in rubber crash suits worn by fliers throughout the winter months
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. Eric "Dutch" Lammert, a pilot in a rubber waterproof crash suit, works throughout the winter months
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquarters of coastal patrol no. 20. A flyer testing a rubber crash boat; he is bailing out the boat with a combination bucket and sea anchor
Bar Harbor, Maine. Civil Air Patrol base headquartes of coastal patrol no. 20. The pilot and an observer, clad in all-rubber, watertight crash suits, ready for flight
Hotel King David, crash of (hotel) on Monday July 22, 1946
Hotel King David, crash of (hotel) on Monday July 22, 1946
Hotel King David, crash of (hotel) on Monday July 22, 1946
Hotel King David, crash of (hotel) on Monday July 22, 1946
Hotel King David, crash of (hotel) on Monday July 22, 1946
Hotel King David, crash of (hotel) on Monday July 22, 1946
Hotel King David, crash of (hotel) on Monday July 22, 1946
Hotel King David, crash of (hotel) on Monday July 22, 1946
Crash of Hotel King David on Monday, July 22, 1946
Hotel King David, crash of (hotel) on Monday July 22, 1946
Crash of Hotel King David on Monday, July 22, 1946
Crash of Hotel King David on Monday, July 22, 1946
Crash of Hotel King David on Monday, July 22, 1946
Flight 93 memorial soon after the September 11, 2001 crash, located in the field where the plane crashed near Shanksville, Pennsylvania

Flight 93 memorial soon after the September 11, 2001 crash, located in...

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. Title, date, and keywords provided by the photographer.... More

Flight 93 memorial soon after the September 11, 2011 crash, located in the field where the plane crashed near Shanksville, Pennsylvania

Flight 93 memorial soon after the September 11, 2011 crash, located in...

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. The jacket with the words Shanksville on it is an origi... More

[Angel memorial near the Shanksville, Pa., crash site of United Airlines Flight 93, which was highjacked in the September 11th terrorist attacks]

[Angel memorial near the Shanksville, Pa., crash site of United Airlin...

Photograph shows ten angel figures painted to resemble the American flag. Each angel bears the name of one of the victims. Title devised by Library staff. Signed in ink by the photographer. Printed on Epson pap... More

The  Grand crash

The Grand crash

From: Music Copyright Deposits, 1870-1885 (Microfilm M 3500) Also available through the Library of Congress Web Site as facsimile page images. (additional physical form)

The  Grand crash

The Grand crash

From: Music Copyright Deposits, 1870-1885 (Microfilm M 3500) Also available through the Library of Congress Web Site as facsimile page images. (additional physical form)

The  Grand crash

The Grand crash

From: Music Copyright Deposits, 1870-1885 (Microfilm M 3500) Also available through the Library of Congress Web Site as facsimile page images. (additional physical form)

The  Grand crash

The Grand crash

From: Music Copyright Deposits, 1870-1885 (Microfilm M 3500) Also available through the Library of Congress Web Site as facsimile page images. (additional physical form)

[Airplane, just after crash, with tail in air, El Paso, Texas]

[Airplane, just after crash, with tail in air, El Paso, Texas]

J152370 U.S. Copyright Office. Title devised by Library staff. No copyright renewal. No. 90.

[Airplane, just after crash, with tail in air, El Paso, Texas]

[Airplane, just after crash, with tail in air, El Paso, Texas]

J152370 U.S. Copyright Office. Title devised by Library staff. No copyright renewal. No. 90.

U.S. Coast Guard Station, Crash Boat House, U.S. Coast Guard Station, Kodiak, Kodiak Island Borough, AK

U.S. Coast Guard Station, Crash Boat House, U.S. Coast Guard Station, ...

Significance: This building originally housed crash boats. After that use was phased out, it was utilized for recreational boats. This structure recalls the very active phase of Kodiak Naval Station before it... More

U.S. Coast Guard Station, Crash Boat House, U.S. Coast Guard Station, Kodiak, Kodiak Island Borough, AK

U.S. Coast Guard Station, Crash Boat House, U.S. Coast Guard Station, ...

Significance: This building originally housed crash boats. After that use was phased out, it was utilized for recreational boats. This structure recalls the very active phase of Kodiak Naval Station before it... More

[Pages 2 through 4 of The Evening Telegram, 30 October 1910] (includes Two Aeroplanes in Crash; Four Enter in Statue Flight)
[Pages 2 through 4 of The Evening Telegram, 30 October 1910] (includes Two Aeroplanes in Crash; Four Enter in Statue Flight)
[Pages 2 through 4 of The Evening Telegram, 30 October 1910] (includes Two Aeroplanes in Crash; Four Enter in Statue Flight)
Flash and crash march

Flash and crash march

From: Music Copyright Deposits, 1870-1885 (Microfilm M 3500) Also available through the Library of Congress Web Site as facsimile page images. (additional physical form)

Flash and crash march

Flash and crash march

From: Music Copyright Deposits, 1870-1885 (Microfilm M 3500) Also available through the Library of Congress Web Site as facsimile page images. (additional physical form)

Flash and crash march

Flash and crash march

From: Music Copyright Deposits, 1870-1885 (Microfilm M 3500) Also available through the Library of Congress Web Site as facsimile page images. (additional physical form)

Flash and crash march

Flash and crash march

From: Music Copyright Deposits, 1870-1885 (Microfilm M 3500) Also available through the Library of Congress Web Site as facsimile page images. (additional physical form)

Flash and crash march

Flash and crash march

From: Music Copyright Deposits, 1870-1885 (Microfilm M 3500) Also available through the Library of Congress Web Site as facsimile page images. (additional physical form)

Ward Has a Minor Accident In Crash Leaving Owego, N.Y. at 120-Mile Speed at Times [New York American, 17 September 1911]
Ward Has a Minor Accident In Crash Leaving Owego, N.Y. at 120-Mile Speed at Times [New York American, 17 September 1911]