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Jacques Alexandre Cesar Charles departing Nesle, France, after the landing of the first hydrogen balloon flight from Paris on 1 December 1783. On the ground at left, Marie-Noel Robert takes statements of the witnesses. Hand-colored etching, French, 1783 Featured Aviation Print

Jacques Alexandre Cesar Charles departing Nesle, France, after the landing of the first hydrogen balloon flight from Paris on 1 December 1783. On the ground at left, Marie-Noel Robert takes statements of the witnesses. Hand-colored etching, French, 1783

HYDROGEN BALLOON, 1783.
Jacques Alexandre Cesar Charles departing Nesle, France, after the landing of the first hydrogen balloon flight from Paris on 1 December 1783. On the ground at left, Marie-Noel Robert takes statements of the witnesses. Hand-colored etching, French, 1783

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(1878-1930). American inventor and aviator. With John Cyril Porte, George E.A. Hallett, and Katherine Masson at the christening of the Curtiss Model H flying boat America in Hammondsport, New York. Photograph, 22 June 1914 Featured Aviation Print

(1878-1930). American inventor and aviator. With John Cyril Porte, George E.A. Hallett, and Katherine Masson at the christening of the Curtiss Model H flying boat America in Hammondsport, New York. Photograph, 22 June 1914

GLENN HAMMOND CURTISS
(1878-1930). American inventor and aviator. With John Cyril Porte, George E.A. Hallett, and Katherine Masson at the christening of the Curtiss Model H flying boat America in Hammondsport, New York. Photograph, 22 June 1914

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American dirigible returning to its hangar after a trial flight at the Fort Omaha Balloon School in Nebraska. Photograph, c1917 Featured Aviation Print

American dirigible returning to its hangar after a trial flight at the Fort Omaha Balloon School in Nebraska. Photograph, c1917

WORLD WAR I: DIRIGIBLE.
American dirigible returning to its hangar after a trial flight at the Fort Omaha Balloon School in Nebraska. Photograph, c1917

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