||JACK273-Curtiss flying his hydroplane.|
||JACK274-Curtiss and his hydroplane (Curtiss is behind the plane). Copyrighted photo, bottom left. The water in the background seems to have a number of boats; the artificial positioning of these boats indicates potential montage work.|
||JACK275-Photo of Curtiss plane in GUANTANAMO BAY, Cuba.|
||JACK276-GUANTANAMO BAY, Cuba|
|JACK277-G. Curtiss in his new flying boat. Photo from Hammondsport, N.Y.|
|JACK278-Trans-Atlantic flight of NC-4. after
its famous flight to Plymouth, England,
May 31, 1919.
|JACK279-The "NC-4" in flight.|
|JACK280-The "N.C. 4" after her victorious flight.|
|JACK281-Curtiss Biplane. Photo by
International Stereograph Co,
|JACK282-CANCEL: Coronado, Cal. Jan. 26, 1910.|
|JACK283-A Curtiss Hydroplane ready for flight
Astoria's Centennial. Photo signed but cannot make out name.
CANCEL: very faint but can make out that it is Astoria, Ore.1911,
probably Aug. 25.
|JACK284-Curtiss Biplane in flight.|
|JACK285-Seaplane, Naval Training Station, San Diego|
|JACK286-A vintage Hydroplane, probably Curtiss.|
|JACK287-Experimental Torpedo Dropping from Navy Plane!!!|
|JACK288-A fantastic phot of Glen Curtiss by the
photographer, H. Manuel. Scan comes out larger than photo which
is standard postcard size.
|JACK289-A side-view of Curtiss done in France.
Mentions speed prize
and Gordon-Bennett race. This photo looks like it's printed because of
silvering. but is real photo.
|JACK291-A flying machine at the 1913 Fair,
Carroll, IA. Stamped on back as Carroll, Iowa photo.
|JACK292-Early unidentified airplane.|
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