CHARLES LINDBERGH (1902-1974). American aviator
British seaplane being launched from a warship during World War I. Photograph, c1916.
Front cover of agricultural magazine, 'The Country Gentleman' which ran from 1831-1955
American Dreadnoughts and Superdreadnoughts steaming into New York Harbor, New York
Canadian soldiers inspect the armored sides of an all steel German plane. Photograph
A pictorial summary of the German weapons and supplies surrendered to the Allies
Corner house partially wrecked by bomb dropped from a zeppelin, London, England. Photograph
Aerial view showing the remains of Arras, France. Photograph, c1916.
(1878-1930). American inventor and aviator. Photograph, c1910.
(1878-1930). American inventor and aviator. With John Cyril Porte, George E.A. Hallett
Soldier in the basket of an observation balloon during World War I. Photograph, c1916.
A damaged enemy airplane captured by the British during World War I. Photograph, c1916.
American aviator flying a biplane bomber over Ellington Field, Texas. Photograph, c1917.
The Handley-Page Type O biplane bomber used by the British during World War I. Photograph
American dirigible returning to its hangar after a trial flight at the Fort Omaha
The British C-2 (in flight) and C-9 (on ground) airships, photographed during World War I
British observation balloon partially inflated at an airfield during World War I
Italian dirigible in flight over the Alps near the Piave Front during World War I
Captured observation balloon on the Western Front during World War I. Photograph, c1916.
Wreckage of a German Zeppelin brought down in England during World War I. Photograph
German Zeppelin airship lying helpless in a field near Bourbonne-les-Bains, France
Damaged airplanes at a repairing plant in France during World War I. Photograph, c1916.
German Zeppelin airship during World War I. Photograph, c1916.
German biplane that was later shot down by French guns during World War I. Photograph
A British biplane equipped with a radio transmitter, at an airfield in France during World War I
Seaplanes being assembled at the League Island Navy Yard in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
An elaborately camouflaged German fighter plane brought down by a French Canon de
Aviators at an American airfield during World War I. Photograph, c1917.
French aviation camp photographed by a observation balloon during World War I, c1916.
Captain John Alcock and Lieutenant Arthur Whitten Brown on the front page of The New York Times
British artillery passing on a road and targeted by enemy air raid bombers, who instead
(1873-1932). Brazilian aviator. Santos-Dumont being rescued out of the Bay of Monaco
Crash of Margaret Graham's hot air balloon at Arlington Street in Piccadilly, London, England
'The aviator' Photograph by Harry Whittier Frees, c1914.
Fanciful airships and flying machines. Wood engraving, American, 1856.
German infantry and artillery shooting a hot air balloon during a drill. Illustration
A six-passenger flying machine, the 'Voisin,' which works both in the air and on the water
Paul Didier with his flying bicycle, which could rise to the height of several feet
German aviators on the Western Front during World War I. Photograph, 1914.
The French Market in New Orleans on a Sunday Morning. Wood engraving, American, 1867.
FLYING MACHINES. 1. Langley's flying machine 2 and 3
Newlyweds Dr. John F. Boynton and Mary West Jenkins ascend from Central Park in New York City
'Different Systems of Sailing in the Air.' Featuring the inventions of: 1
Flying machine invented by Jacob Degen, 1807. Wood engraving, American, 1857.
Besnier's flying apparatus of 1678. Wood engraving, American, 1857.
Charles Green's proposed design for a hot air balloon. Wood engraving, American, 1857.
A representation of Bartolomeu Lourenco de Gusmao's man-carrying ornithopter of 1709
Rear view of an 'armored' Antoinette monoplane developed for the French military
Front view of a Bleriot military monoplane with triple wheels and a glass window
'It is far better to face the bullets than to be killed at home by a bomb
Drawing of a man-powered flying machine designed by English pioneer of aviation, George Cayley
'Greeley's Thermometer.' Cartoon depicting presidential candidate Horace
Ascent of Henry Tracey Coxwell's hot air balloon from the Crystal Palace grounds in London
Ascent of the Nassau hot air balloon from Vauxhall Gardens in London, England, 1840
View of Wright Brothers' glider at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. Photograph, 1911.
A German soldier guarding a wrecked airplane. Photograph, c1914.
'Twentieth Century Transportation.' Lithograph by E.S. Yates, c1910.
American actress. Photographed in an 'aeroplane' from her performance, 'Up
'Illustration of the centenary of ballooning.' Engraving, 1884.
'Tractor-drawn artillery of the 89th Division before largest hangar in Germany
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