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AD: TRANS WORLD AIRLINE.
American advertisement for radar on Trans World Airline (TWA) flights, 1947.
WRIGHT BROTHERS GLIDER.
Rear view of Wright glider in flight at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, 1911.
TRACTOR BIPLANE, 1914.
A Tractor biplane in flight. Photograph, 1914.
Wild geese in flight and on land. Painted silk handscroll, Ming Dynasty, 1368-1644, after a work by the 11th century artist Tsui Po.
BROWN PELICAN, 2006.
A group of brown pelicans take flight. Photograph by Dr. Karen Debler, 13 February 2006. Full Credit: ullstein bild - McPhoto / Dr. Karen Debler / Granger, NYC. All Rights Reserved.
German Empire : Man seemingly flying over the water by the aid of a waterslide - Photographer: Lothar Ruebelt - Published by: 'Die Dame' 16/1935 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
OTTO LILIENTHAL (1848-1896).
German aeronautical engineer. One of Otto Lilenthal's early glider flights. Photograph, c1895.
WRIGHT BROTHERS GLIDER.
Glider being prepared for flight by Orville and his assistants with a number of journalists standing to the right at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, 1911.
FLYING MACHINES, 1856.
Fanciful airships and flying machines. Wood engraving, American, 1856.
MONTGOLFIER BALLOON, 1783.
The ascent above the palace of Versailles, France, 19 September 1783, of a Montgolfier hot-air ballon with a sheep, a duck, and a rooster as passengers. Contemporary French etching.
13th DALAI LAMA, 1904.
Thubten Gyatso, the 13th Dalai Lama, fleeing Lhasa to escape the British invasion of Tibet in 1904. Front page illustration from the French newspaper 'Le Petit Journal,' 20 November 1904.
AMERICAN MISSILE, 1951.
The Martin Matador XB-61, the first American surface-launched cruise missile being tested at Cape Canaveral, Florida, 1951.
CHINA: BRONZE FIGURE.
Gilt bronze figure of a mythical flying animal. Six Dynasties, 3rd-6th century.
HOT-AIR BALLOONS, 1783-84.
Illustration of five early flights of hot-air balloons in France, 1783-84: Two Montgolfier balloons, one by Jean Pierre Balnchard, and one by Charles and Robert. Contemporary etching and line engravings by Andrew Bell.
BALLOON FLIGHT, 1783.
The Pilatre-d'Arlandes hot-air balloon flight over Paris, France, as seen from Benjamin Franklin's terrace at Passy on 21 November 1783. Contemporary French copper engraving.
AD: LUFTHANSA, 1961.
American advertisement for Lufthansa German Airlines, 1961.
WRIGHT AIRPLANE, 1909.
Wilbur Wright examining a canoe attachment before making the first flight around the Statue of Liberty in the Wright Model A Flyer. Photographed on 29 September 1909, New York Harbor, New York.
CYRANO de BERGERAC
(1619-1655). French writer and soldier. Travelling to the moon. Wood engraving from a 19th century edition of his 'L'Autre monde, ou, Histoire comique des états et empires de la lune,' first published in 1657.
JERRIE COBB (1931- ).
American aviator. Photographed in US Air Force flight gear, 1960.
CLAIRE FAHY (1899?-1930).
American aviator. Fahy photographed in front of her airplane, 1929.
JESSIE MILLER (1902-1972).
Australian aviator. Miller holding the first prize trophy she won at the women's speed race of the National Air Races in Cleveland, Ohio. Photograph, 1929.
MARVEL CROSSON (1900-1929).
American aviator. Photograph, c1929.
DORÉ: THE RAVEN, 1882.
'For the rare and radiant maiden whom the angels name Lenore— Nameless here for evermore.' Engraving by Gustave Doré, 1882, for an 1884 edition of 'The Raven' by Edgar Allan Poe.
CORONADO FLYING BOAT, c1944.
A PB2Y Coronado patrol bomber in flight. Photograph, c1944.
Title page of Freundlische Vision, by Richard Strauss (1864-1949). Full Credit: De Agostini / A. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
ART & ARCHITECTURE.
Flight into Egypt, Triptych of the Assumption, oil on canvas, Antonio Campi (active from 1546 to 1587), Church of San Marco, Milan. Italy, 16th century. Full credit: De Agostini / G. Cigolini / Granger, NYC -- All righ
WWII: B-24 LIBERATOR, c1944.
A B-24 Liberator heavy bomber in flight. Photograph, c1944.
WWII: BT-13 VALIANT, c1944.
A BT-13 Valiant trainer aircraft in flight. Photograph, c1944.
TETRAHEDRAL KITE, 1907.
A tetrahedral kite designed by Alexander Graham Bell being flown from the back of an automobile. Photograph, 29 April 1907.
WWII: PARATROOPERS, c1942.
American airplanes in flight manuevers somewhere over England. Photograph, c1942.
POTOMAC RIVER NEAR QUANTICO, VIRGINIA, USA.
Samuel Langley's Aerodrome No. 5 in flight on May 6, 1896. Alexander Graham Bell.
BEINN BHREAGH, CAPE BRETON ISLAND, NOVA SCOTIA, CANADA.
A man holds the end of an aerodrome kite. Bell Collection.
WASHINGTON MONUMENT, c1910.
Biplane in flight in front of the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C. Photograph, c1910.
AMELIA EARHART (1897-1937).
American aviator. Photographed with her Lockheed Vega monoplane, c1932.
(1720-1797). Baron Münchhausen flying around the world on the back of an eagle. Engraving from an early 19th century edition of Münchhausen's exaggerated "Narrative of His Marvellous Travels and Campaigns in Russia."
FRANCOIS AIRSHIP, 1904.
The Francois airship preparing to ascend for a flight at the St. Louis World's Fair, 1904.
BEECHY WINNER, 1908.
Two airships aloft and one grounded at a balloon race in Beechy, Saskatchewan, Canada. Photograph, 1908.
DUCK HUNTING, 1885.
'Spring Duck-Shooting in the West.' Engraving after drawings by A.B. Frost, American, 1885.
NEWSPAPERS: GODDARD, 1920.
Newspaper clippings about Robert Goddard from the Worchester Sunday Telegram, 1920.
VIETNAM WAR: HELICOPTERS.
A fleet of U.S. helicopters work with South Vietnamese ground forces to seek out Viet Cong infiltrators near Saigon, October 1964.
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