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Curtiss JN - a training plane.

Huntington, Samuel. Connecticut. To Andrew Curtiss

Huntington, Samuel. Connecticut. To Andrew Curtiss

Curtiss, Jno - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Curtiss, Richard - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Curtiss, Leonard - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Curtiss, Catnerine - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Curtiss, Rankin - State: [Blank] - Year: [Blank]

Curtiss, Thomas - Age [Blank], Year: 1864 - Miscellaneous Card Abstracts of Records - West Virginia

Indian squaws weaving a blanket / sketched by Theodore R. Davis. "Old Abe" - eagle of the Eighth Wisconsin volunteers / photographed by F.R. Curtiss. Pictures of the South - gathering moss on Berwick Bay, Louisiana / sketched by A.R. Waud.

Crowd on field, around Curtiss and aeroplane, Mineola, L.I.

J.C. Mars in Curtiss Aeroplane

Mrs. G. Curtiss

Glenn Curtiss

Paulhan, Curtiss

Curtiss Arrow for Gordon Bennett Race

Deck of "Pennsylvania" showing Curtiss biplane

Maughan's Curtiss Pursuit plane

DeLesseps, Curtiss and Latham

C.F. Willard, pupil of Curtiss

J.C. Mars in Curtiss Aeroplane

Curtiss flight Albany to New York

Deck of "Pennsylvania" showing the Curtiss biplane

Glenn Curtiss at pilot's wheel of his biplane

Glenn Curtiss

Ely, Aug. Post, Curtiss

Rohlfs & his Curtiss "Wasp"

Deck of "Pennsylvania" showing Curtiss biplane

Deseronto Archive Photos

[Luncheon by Aero Club of America honoring Glenn Curtiss, NYC, Sept. 22, 1909. Curtiss and Wilbur Wright at head table

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

G.H. Curtiss winning Scientific American Trophy with aeroplane "June Bug," driven by a Curtiss Motor, Hammondsport, N.Y., July 4, 1908

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

Curtiss and a competitor at 1st Gordon Bennett Race, Rheims, France

[Lt. Frank P. Lahm and Glenn H. Curtiss watching the flight of Orville Wright at Fort Myer]

Glenn Hammond Curtiss, 1878-1930

F.L. de Riemsdyk and Glenn Curtiss standing by aeroplane

Doc Wildman in Curtiss Boat

[Mrs. Glenn Curtiss at the controls of an airplane]

Curtiss boat sent to England

Lena Pearl Neff Curtiss, wife of Glenn Hammond Curtiss

Curtiss machine used by him in his flight from Albany to New York, May 29, 1910 - the hydrosurface in the picture was removed and floats substituted for the flight

G.M. Heckscher's Curtiss Flying Boat [60 m.p.h.]

Curtiss Flying Boats

Lt. Porte and Glenn Curtiss

Curtiss flying boat making 60 miles an hour

Curtiss Flying Boat of Marshall E. Reid

[Men inspecting airplane - "New Curtiss - 2 separate engines"]

Mrs. Glenn Curtiss

Curtiss flying boats & hydraeoplane

Count de Lesseps, G. Curtiss, and H. Latham standing on train platform

G.M. Heckscher's Curtiss Flying Boat

Curtiss flying boat

Curtiss 160 H.P. Military Plane

Glenn Hammond Curtiss, 1878-1930

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

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

PECK, PAUL. COMMERCIAL AVIATOR. IN CURTISS TYPE PLANE; COLLEGE PARK

Letter from Glenn H. Curtiss to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, March 21, 1912

CURTISS AIRPLANE. TESTS OF CURTISS PLANE FOR ARMY. GENERAL VIEWS

Curtiss "Flying boat"

AVIATION, NAVY. COMMODORE J. C. GILLMORE IN CURTISS HEADLESS PLANE, DUAL CONTROL, AT COLLEGE PARK ARMY FLYING FIELD, LT. MILLING, RIGHT

AVIATION, ARMY. COLLEGE PARK AVIATION FIELD, 2ND SEASON. CAPT. F. B. HENNESSY, CURTISS PLANE

CURTISS AIRPLANE. TESTS OF CURTISS PLANE FOR ARMY. GENERAL VIEWS

CURTISS AIRPLANE. TESTS OF CURTISS PLANE FOR ARMY. JAPANESE WATCHING TESTS: COMDR. SAITO; UNIDENTIFIED; COMDR. TOKUTARO HIROGA; COL. K. INOUYO

KENNEDY, FRANKLIN. LT., U.S.A. AVIATOR. IN CURTISS DUAL CONTROL AIRPLANE, HEADLESS; COLLEGE PARK, MARYLAND

CURTISS AIRPLANE. McCURDY, J.A.D., AVIATOR

AVIATION, ARMY, COLLEGE PARK. TESTS OF CURTISS PLANE FOR ARMY. SINGLE CONTROL

Letter to Glenn H. Curtiss, March 22, 1912

CURTISS AIRPLANE. TESTS OF CURTISS PLANE FOR ARMY. SECRETARY OF WAR DICKINSON AND GEN. WOOD

CURTISS AIRPLANE. TESTS OF CURTISS PLANE FOR ARMY

Glenn Curtiss; Lieuts; Park; Goodier; McLeary; Brereton, 12/4/12

CURTISS AIRPLANE. TESTS OF CURTISS PLANE FOR ARMY. SECRETARY OF WAR DICKINSON AND GEN. WOOD

Curtiss "Flying Boat"

BEACHEY, LINCOLN. ACROBATIC AND STUNT FLYER. OVER CAPITOL IN SPECIALLY BUILT CURTISS PLANE

CURTISS AIRPLANE. TESTS OF CURTISS PLANE FOR ARMY. LINCOLN BEACHY

CURTISS, GLENN HAMMOND. AVIATOR, MANUFACTURER. CURTISS AIRPLANE. LANGLEY MEDAL PRESENTED HIM BY SMITHSONIAN, FEBRUARY 13, 1913

CURTISS, GLENN HAMMOND. AVIATOR, MANUFACTURER. CURTISS AIRPLANE. LANGLEY MEDAL PRESENTED HIM BY SMITHSONIAN, FEBRUARY 13, 1913

BEACHEY, LINCOLN. ACROBATIC AND STUNT FLYER. OVER CAPITOL IN SPECIALLY BUILT CURTISS PLANE

Letter from Glenn H. Curtiss to S. T. Cameron, October 31, 1913

Letter to Glenn H. Curtiss, November 5, 1913

NATIONAL AERO COAST PATROL COMMN. CURTISS HYDROAEROPLANE OR FLYING BOAT EXHIBITED NEAR HOUSE OFFICE BUILDING. REP. CHARLES LIEB; REP. J. KAHN; SEN. KERN; CAPT. TAYLOR; ADM. PEARY; E.H. SMITH

["Beacon Hill House," Arthur Curtiss James house, Beacon Hill Road, Newport, Rhode Island. Blue Garden, pergola at south end]

["Beacon Hill House," Arthur Curtiss James house, Beacon Hill Road, Newport, Rhode Island. Blue Garden, view to well head with columns and pergola at north end]

BALLOONS. CAPT. THOMAS S. BALDWIN, N.A., WHO BUILT DIRIGIBLE BALLOON #1 EXCEPT THE ENGINE, WHICH WAS MADE BY CURTISS

Porte -- Hallett -- Curtiss -- Miss Masson -- at launch of "America"

Letter from Glenn H. Curtiss to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, December 10, 1914

Porte -- Hallett -- Curtiss -- Miss Masson -- at "America" launch

["Beacon Hill House," Arthur Curtiss James house, Beacon Hill Road, Newport, Rhode Island. Blue Garden, pergola at south end]

Telegram from Glenn H. Curtiss to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, December 15, 1914

[Interior of the home of Arthur Curtiss James, 39 East 69th Street, New York City]

Capt. E.C. Bass in British "Curtiss" Flying Boat

FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM. CHAIRMEN OF FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICTS. FRONT ROW: FREDERICK H. CURTISS, BOSTON, DIST 1; PIERRE JAY, NEW YORK CITY, DIST. 2; RICHARD L. AUSTIN, PHILADELPHIA, DIST. 3; D.C. WILLS, BELLEVUE, PA, DIST. 4; WILLIAM INGLE, BALTIMORE, DIST. 5; M.B. WILLBORN, ANNISTON, ALA., DIST. 6; BACK ROW: C.H. BOSWORTH, CHICAGO, DIST. 7; A.E. RAMSEY, MUSKOGEE, OKLA., DIST. 10; E.O. TENNISON, DALLAS, DIST. 11; JOHN PERRIN, SAN FRANCISCO, DIST. 12

[Interior of the home of Arthur Curtiss James, 39 East 69th Street, New York City (Hand-colored version)]

Curtiss H 12 [plane]

["Beacon Hill House," Arthur Curtiss James house, Beacon Hill Road, Newport, Rhode Island. Rose garden]

Curtiss Flying Boat, Model 12

["Beacon Hill House," Arthur Curtiss James house, Beacon Hill Road, Newport, Rhode Island. Blue Garden, flower border]