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Netherlands Institute of Military History Photo

Roger Sommer in a Farman Biplane

Arbre in #3 Biplane at Reims

Deseronto Archive Photos

Arbre in Biplane at Reims

Baron Caters in his biplane

Deck of "Pennsylvania" showing Curtiss biplane

A.L. Welch in right biplane

Deck of "Pennsylvania" showing the Curtiss biplane

H.C. Cooke in Curtis biplane

Glenn Curtiss at pilot's wheel of his biplane

[biplane?]

[biplane?]

Cockburn in Farman Biplane

Deck of "Pennsylvania" showing Curtiss biplane

Deseronto Archive Photos

The Wright Brothers' First Heavier-than-air Flight

[Breguet biplane, type 1910, flying over a town, possibly in Morocco]

Dunne, Biplane

[Two scenes of Louis Paulhan flying Farman biplane - over Salt lake City fairgrounds, 1910; over Somerset House and Thames River, London, 1910 (in Daily Mail contest to fly between London and Manchester, April 1910)]

Germany -- Lug Biplane -- Schneider type (school machine)

German Biplane Ago type

German biplane anchored to tree in Poland

"Caudron" biplane

[Three scenes of Harry Houdini as aviator; close-up in Voisin biplane cockpit (1910?); ascending in biplane; flying low]

"Sopwith" [Tabloid] biplane

Men and early biplane: Kissimmee, Florida

Eugene B. Ely Piloting The First Aircraft Flight In Lethbridge

Curtiss Farnum biplane, aviation field, Wenatchee, Washington, 3 June 1911.

Curtiss biplane [in flight] at Northern Wisconsin State Fair

Aeroplane on roof at Barrack Street, Waterford

Wright aircraft flown by Howard Gill: Miami, Florida

Curtiss Farnum biplane, aviation field, Wenatchee, Washington, June 3, 1911

Rodgers’s Biplane Wrecked [New York Sun, 19 September 1911]

Development of Wright Biplane Shown in Pictures [New York Times, 12 October 1913]

AVIATION, ARMY. COLLEGE PARK AVIATION FIELD, 2ND SEASON. WRIGHT BIPLANE, TYPE B; LT. HARRY GRAHAM

[Charles K. Hamilton, in biplane, racing an auto on Galveston beach]

Army chaplain conducts a service from the cockpit of an aeroplane, France, during World War I

Mr Massey interested in an aeroplane

Huge German raider brought down in France

Gun to protect the photographic machine

Homeward bound: a scout returning to her aerodrome

Flying Corps men lifting the body of a Boche plane which we brought down

An accident on Savy Aerodrome during the German offensive in 1918

Damaged aeroplanes at an RAF repair depot

One of our planes over the German lines taking observations

Prime Minister of New Zealand examining a British machine

British machine which was blown over during the recent gale

Our flying men at work on a Boche plane

H.M. the King of Montenegro watches an aeroplane flight

Damaged aeroplane arriving at an R.A.F.Depot for examination and repair

Captured German aeroplane

C.O. with pilot and observer referring to photos and maps prior to setting out for the German lines

R.A.F. men with their pet rabbits at a Squadron near the lines

Our aeroplanes making a flight over the German lines to take observation of the enemy's movements

Crowd around Turkish military biplane, closer view ; crowd around turkish military biplane

AVIATION, ARMY. EARLY TYPE THOMAS FLYER, TRACTOR BIPLANE

Immense R.A.F. machine being tuned up before starting off for Germany with a load of bomb

Newly captured German machine at a Flying Corps depot near the front

Dismantling an aeroplane, during World War I

Aviatrix Ruth Law and Mrs. Robert Goelet in model "B" Wright airplane: Daytona Beach, Florida

Cheery pilot and observer with their mascot pup ready for a flight over the German lines

Queen interested in an aeroplane

Immense R.A.F. machine ready to start with its load of bombs for Germany

Aeroplane which landed on a house through engine trouble

Brought down German aeroplane

AVIATION, ARMY. EARLY TYPE THOMAS FLYER, TRACTOR BIPLANE

Captured German aeroplane

He is fond of flying

Captured German aeroplane

Captured Boche plane on its way to one of our aviation depots

Slight mishap to one of our machines

Dug-outs for aeroplanes

Pilots in a R.A.F. squadron: an American, Canadian, New Zealander, Englishman and South African

Queen visits an aerodrome

Bringing in a slightly wrecked aeroplane across captured ground

Netherlands Institute of Military History Photo

Netherlands Institute of Military History Photo

Captain Charles C Matheson and Lieutenant C R Fenwicke

Netherlands Institute of Military History Photo

Netherlands Institute of Military History Photo

Netherlands Institute of Military History Photo

Netherlands Institute of Military History Photo

Photograph of a Biplane Flying by the Column of Progress at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition

First aviator class at the Naval Air Station: Pensacola, Florida

Netherlands Institute of Military History Photo

Netherlands Institute of Military History Photo

Netherlands Institute of Military History Photo

George A. Gray and wife in their Wright airplane: Ormond Beach, Florida

Netherlands Institute of Military History Photo

Netherlands Institute of Military History Photo

Netherlands Institute of Military History Photo

RICHARDSON TANDEM BIPLANE HYDROPLANE ON POTOMAC, APRIL, 1916. GEORGE A. GRAY AT CONTROLS. AT LEFT AND RIGHT ARE RICHARDSON BROTHERS WHO BUILT THE PLANE; 2ND FROM LEFT IS THEIR UNCLE, WHOSE IDEA IT WAS

CURTISS AIRPLANE TESTS AND DEMONSTRATIONS; TWIN ENGINE BIPLANE, POTOMAC PARK

CURTISS AIRPLANE TESTS AND DEMONSTRATIONS; TWIN ENGINE BIPLANE, POTOMAC PARK

RICHARDSON TANDEM BIPLANE HYDROPLANE ON POTOMAC, APRIL, 1916

CURTISS AIRPLANE. TESTS AND DEMONSTRATIONS; TWIN ENGINE BIPLANE, POTOMAC PARK

CURTISS AIRPLANE TESTS AND DEMONSTRATIONS; TWIN ENGINE BIPLANE, POTOMAC PARK

RICHARDSON TANDEM BIPLANE HYDROPLANE ON POTOMAC, APRIL, 1916. GEORGE A. GRAY AT CONTROLS. AT LEFT AND RIGHT ARE RICHARDSON BROTHERS WHO BUILT THE PLANE; 2ND FROM LEFT IS THEIR UNCLE, WHOSE IDEA IT WAS

RICHARDSON TANDEM BIPLANE HYDROPLANE TAKING OFF ON POTOMAC, APRIL, 1916