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Rendezvous Docking Simulator

Auditorium seats seating, architecture buildings.

Blue berry wild plants langley.

Blue berry wild plants langley.

Bomber battle bomber aircraft.

Edmund Langley from BL Royal 14 E IV, f. 186

Edmund Langley from BL Royal 14 E IV, f. 186

A Plan of the Erewash Canal, part of the Cromford canal and a proposed Canal from Langley Bridge to eh Trent near Nottingham ; shewing the relative situation they bear to each other and to the River Trent [and] A plan of a new Intended Canal From the Mouth of the Derwent River and the Grand Trunk Canal, cross the Ereswash Canal and Erewash River sjirting the lower parts of Nottingham and terminating below all the Shoals next adjoining, to, and below Trent Bridge [Mapa]

J. & H.G. Langley

J. & H.G. Langley

Read and remember! ... "Buy me and I'll do you good." Dr. Langley's root and herb pills ... Boston [1855?].

H. B. Co. Fort Langley, left bank of Fraser River. Langley Buttes in the distance

Spinning room, Cotton mill, Langley, S.C.

[Spinning room, Cotton mill, Langley, S.C.]

[Spinning room, Cotton mill, Langley, S.C.]

Spinning room, Cotton mill, Langley, S.C.

Spinning room, Cotton mill, Langley, S.C.

Spinning room, Cotton mill, Langley, S.C.

[Camp of 4th Vermont Infantry Regiment at Camp Griffin, Langley, Virginia, with troops in formation]

[Military camp with Union soldiers, horses, and tents, probably at Camp Griffin, Langley, Virginia]

[Horses and covered wagons in front of two-chimney brick house and outbuildings, probably at Camp Griffin, Langley, Virginia]

Hancock's headquarters 1861

[Union fife and drum musicians probably at Camp Griffin, Langley, Virginia]

Fouth [i.e. Fourth] Regiment band

[Union soldiers in front of tents, probably at Camp Griffin, Langley, Virginia]

Camp Second Vt. Camp Griffin 1861

Second Vt. Camp Griffin 1861

Comeing [i.e. coming] home from the Third Regiment Looking at the turkey at Camp Griffin, Larkin G. Mead.

[Union teamster or hostler with horse, probably with the 2nd Vermont Infantry Regiment at Camp Griffin, Langley, Virginia]

Camp Griffin 1861

Union spy at Camp Griffin, 1861

Hotel at Camp Griffin, near Chain Bridge

[Second Vermont Camp Griffin 1861]

[Burial of Union soldier at Camp Griffin, Langley, Virginia]

[Union saxhorn and drum musicians probably at Camp Griffin, Langley, Virginia]

Photographers on the Potomac. Camp Griffin, Virginia

Langley, Robt - Age [Blank], Year: 1864 - 2d Regiment US Colored Light Artillery, Misc Cards - United States Colored Troops: Artillery Organizations

Langley, George - Age [Blank], Year: 1864 - 2d Regiment US Colored Light Artillery, Misc Cards - United States Colored Troops: Artillery Organizations

Langley, Mark - Age [Blank], Year: 1865 - 14th US Colored Heavy Artillery, Wi-Y AND Misc Cards - United States Colored Troops: Artillery Organizations

Letter from Samuel P. Langley to Alexander Graham Bell, July 1, 1893

Letter from Samuel P. Langley to John Hitz, October 14, 1893

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Samuel P. Langley, January 8, 1894

Letter from Samuel P. Langley to Alexander Graham Bell, June 7, 1894

Letter from Samuel P. Langley to Alexander Graham Bell, January 5, 1894

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Samuel P. Langley, June 2, 1894

Letter from Samuel P. Langley to Alexander Graham Bell, April 27, 1896

The McKinley flying machine (with respectful apologies to Prof. Langley)

Letter from Samuel P. Langley to Alexander Graham Bell, May 4, 1896

Letter from Samuel P. Langley to Alexander Graham Bell, May 26, 1896

Letter from Samuel P. Langley to Alexander Graham Bell, January 2, 1897

Letter from Samuel P. Langley to Mabel Hubbard Bell, May 10, 1897

Letter from Samuel P. Langley to Alexander Graham Bell, October 22, 1897

Letter from Samuel P. Langley to Mabel Hubbard Bell, June 12, 1897

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Samuel P. Langley, June 1898

Letter from Samuel P. Langley to Alexander Graham Bell, September 9, 1899

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Samuel P. Langley, January 25, 1900

Hangar at Langley field

LANGLEY

LANGLEY

LANGLEY

LANGLEY

LANGLEY carrying 14 planes

Mary Langley Bruce, seated with her Griffon Bruxellois, "Cupid"

LANGLEY

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Samuel P. Langley, January 28, 1901

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Samuel P. Langley, March 21, 1901

Letter from Samuel P. Langley to Alexander Graham Bell, April 9, 1901

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Samuel P. Langley, July 19, 1901

Letter from Samuel P. Langley to Alexander Graham Bell, March 9, 1901

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Samuel P. Langley, November 26, 1901

Letter from Samuel P. Langley to Alexander Graham Bell, January 27, 1901

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Samuel P. Langley, March 11, 1901

Letter from Samuel P. Langley to Alexander Graham Bell, March 11, 1901

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Samuel P. Langley, March 20, 1901

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Samuel P. Langley, February 14, 1902

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Samuel P. Langley, March 6, 1902

Letter from Samuel P. Langley to Alexander Graham Bell, October 23, 1902

Langley, Thomas K - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - First Cavalry, H-Ll - Maryland

Langley, Marcus L - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Roll Military Unit, H - L - Louisiana

Langley, T - Age: [Blank], Year: [BLANK] - South Carolina Sixth Cavalry 1-Mc

The Langley Aerodrome

Langley, H C - Age [Blank], Year: [Blank] - Eighth Battalion, Confederate Infantry - Raised Directly by the Confederate Government

Langley, Jackson W A - Second Cavalry (19th State Troops)

Samuel Pierpont Langley and Charles M. Manly

Langley Airship

Langley, W M - 12th Cavalry

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Samuel P. Langley, April 8, 1904

Langley's steam model airplane

LANGLEY, JOHN W. HONORABLE

LANGLEY, JOHN W. HONORABLE. WITH CHILD

John Langley

Wrights Honored by Presentation of Langley Medal [Washington Times, 10 February 1910]

Langley Aeroplane, Hammond Port

Flanagan's Langley Memorial

Labor Langley plane on lot?

Langley house boat on the Potomac showing the launching machinery

LANGLEY, SAMUEL PIERPONT. SECRETARY, SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE

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

LANGLEY, SAMUEL PIERPONT. SECRETARY, SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTE. MEMORIAL TABLET IN ENTRANCE OF SMITHSONIAN

Airplanes - Types - Launching of the "Langley", First Handley Page Bombing Plane Built in the U.S. The Langley was built by the Standard Aircraft Corporation, Elizabeth, N.J. The plane was launched on the flying field of the company. Coming back. From Standard Aircraft Corporation