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0082331
ICEBERG.
Wood engraving, late 19th century.
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0052529
WWII: BATTLE OF MIDWAY.
Aircraft carrier USS Yorktown attacked and set afire by Japanese bombers during the World War II Battle of Midway, 3-6 June 1942. Oil over a photo.
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0171743
MARTIN FLYING BOAT, c1937.
A Martin M-130 flying boat operated by Pan American Airways. Photograph, c1937.
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0171741
SIKORSKY FLYING BOAT, 1934.
A Sikorsky S-42 Flying Boat operated by Pan American Airways. Photograph, 1934.
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0114706
'HAWAII CLIPPER,' 1936.
A Pan American Martin M-130 flying boat docked at Wake Island in the Pacific Ocean, 1936.
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0114999
WORLD WAR II: AUSTRALIA.
Australian wounded soldiers posing before boarding a Quantas flying boat that will take them from Popondetta, New Guinea to Port Moresby, Papua. Photograph, c1943, during the New Guinea Campaign.
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0130885
FLYING BOAT, 1931.
A German Dorner Do X flying boat circles over the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor after its transatlantic flight. Photograph, 1931.
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0234101
MILITARY.
Series: Germany, flying ship on board of the 'Westfalen', aircraft catapult ship: the 'Dornier-Wal-Flugboot' flying above the 'Westfalen' - Photographer: Willi Ruge - 1933 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
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0010691
FLYING FISH, c1548.
Flying fish, attempting to escape predators, fall on board a Portuguese ship of discovery in West Indian waters, 1547-48. Line engraving, 1592, by Theodore de Bry.
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0114704
'HAWAII CLIPPER,' 1936.
A Pan American Martin M-130 flying boat docked at Honolulu, Hawaii, after carrying passengers from San Francisco on its first passenger flight.
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0114701
CHINA CLIPPER, 1935.
The Pan American Martin M-130 flying boat 'China Clipper,' leaving San Francisco on the first transpacific airmail flight to Honolulu, Midway, Wake, Guam, and Manila, 22 November 1935.
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0114708
PASSENGER AIRCRAFT, 1936.
Dinner being served onboard a M-130 Pan American Airways flying boat, 1936.
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0621597
SPRUCE GOOSE, 1947.
The H-4 Hercules 'Spruce Goose' flying boat designed by Howard Hughes, being assembled in Long Beach, California. Photograph, 1947.
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0135766
AVIATION AMERICAINE.
XP-6M plane of US Airforce. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights res
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0078491
SPRUCE GOOSE, 1947.
The industrialist and aviator Howard Hughes piloting his eight-engine 'Spruce Goose,' the world's largest all-wood seaplane, across Los Angeles Harbor. Photograph, 2 November 1947.
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0100840
WORLD WAR II: FLYING BOAT.
The test drop of an AR-8 rescue boat from the wing of a U.S. Navy PBY Catalina flying boat, 28 July 1945.
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0259744
DIXIE CLIPPER, 1939.
The Boeing 314 'Dixie Clipper' taking off on the first transatlantic passenger flight from Port Washington, Long Island, New York. Photograph, 28 June 1939.
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0002356
BOEING 314 CLIPPER, 1940.
A Pan American Clipper on Flushing Bay, New York City, c1940.
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0046042
AIRLINE POSTER, 1933.
A Pan American Airways counter-top display from 1933 featuring an S-40 airplane.
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0120853
FLYING SUBMARINE, 1967.
An American experimental flying submarine invented by Walter Reid, taking off after having been submerged. Photograph, 1967.
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0117764
HENRI FABRE (1823-1915).
French entomologist. Photographed testing his hydravion plane in Monaco. Photograph, c1911.
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0028030
SIKORSKY S-38 AIRPLANE.
The Sikorsky amphibious flying boat with Pratt & Whitney Hornet engine and a Hamilton Standard controllable propeller, c1930.
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0042227
WORLD WAR II: FLYING BOAT.
A Japanese 'Flying Boat,' the largest combat airplane operating in the Pacific, shot down by a U.S. Navy patrol bomber, May 1944.
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0076250
FLYING-BOAT, 1925.
Dornier Wal flying-boat on catapult aboard M.V. Friesland, 1925. The aircraft was built in Italy for use in Germany.
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0259747
DIXIE CLIPPER, 1939.
Passengers deplaning the Boeing 314 'Dixie Clipper' at Lisbon, during the first transatlantic passenger flight en route to Marseilles, France. Photograph, June 1939.
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0076779
BOEING 314 CLIPPER, c1940.
The Pan American 'Yankee Clipper,' c1940.
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0028034
SIKORSKY ENGINES, 1937.
Starboard engines of a Sikorsky S-42 flying boat, first used in trans-Pacific service in 1937.
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0431135
FINE ART.
Whaling, working aboard a whaling ship, 19th century, engraving. Full credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0318165
FINE ART.
Stories of Pius II: Pius II arrives in Ancona to hasten the Crusade, 1503-1508, by Bernardino Pinturicchio (ca 1452-1513), fresco. Piccolomini Library, Siena Cathedral. Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All righ
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0091644
CURTISS SO3C SEAMEW.
An Aviation Machinist's Mate of the U.S. Navy works on the powerhouse of a Curtiss SO3C Seamew floatplane scout, mid-20th century.
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0058037
BOEING 314 CLIPPER, 1939.
The Pan American 'Yankee Clipper,' powered by four Wright 'Cyclone' radial twin-row 14 cylinder air-cooled engines rated at 1600 hp. Photographed at take-off in 1939.
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0091640
WWII: BRITISH FLYING BOAT.
British Sunderland flying boat, photographed during World War II.
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0091732
U.S. NAVY FLYING BOAT, 1943.
A Martin PBM Mariner flying boat crashed into the Atlantic Ocean after takeoff from Norfolk Naval Air Station, Virginia, February 1943.
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0253263
LISBON, PORTUGAL.
A seaplane, NC-4, lands in the Tagus River; Libson is in distance. U.S. Gov'T Navy.
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0258647
BISCAYNE BAY, FLORIDA, U.S.A.
At an aviation school, planes train flying at a low altitude. No Credit Given.
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0091256
FLYING BOAT, c1938.
Imperial Airways flying boat at Southampton Docks, c1938.
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0076698
U.S. NAVY FLYING BOAT.
A Martin PBM Mariner flying 'boat' in World War II.
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0259746
DIXIE CLIPPER, 1939.
Passengers boarding the Boeing 314 'Dixie Clipper' for the first transatlantic passenger flight from Port Washington, Long Island, New York, to Marseilles, France. Photograph, 28 June 1939.
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0091423
U.S. COAST GUARD PLANE.
An SA-16 'Albatross' flying boat operated by the U.S. Coast Guard. Mid-20th century photograph.
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0001411
PAN AM CLIPPER, 1947.
A Pan American World Airways Clipper's trial flight for the inauguration of its around-the-world service starting from LaGuardia Field, New York for a 21,642 mile circuit, June 1947.
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