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Photograph album entitled "A Portfolio of Early Aviation Photos, 1908-1913," containing ten (10) black-and-white photographs of early aviation. Each page has a single photographic print accompanied by a handwritten caption that provides brief…

Photograph of Herbert Munter in his Boeing B & W (Boeing & Westervelt) (Model 1) floatplane, circa 1913.  Inscription on album page: "Herb Munter in his first hydroplane. 1913." Part of "A Portfolio of Early Aviation Photos, 1908-1913," a…

Photograph of two unidentified men on an early seaplane in Seattle, Washington, circa 1912. The inscription notes that the plane was built by Charles K. Hamilton. Inscription on album page: "Early hydroplane made by Hamilton in Seattle – 1912." Part…

Photograph of an unidentified man sitting in a Wright (Co) Model B pusher airplane, circa 1912.  Inscription on album page: "1912." Part of "A Portfolio of Early Aviation Photos, 1908-1913," a photograph album containing (10) black-and-white…

Photograph of an unidentified man sitting in an early aircraft, circa 1911.  Inscription on album page: "1911." Part of "A Portfolio of Early Aviation Photos, 1908-1913," a photograph album containing (10) black-and-white photographs of early…

Photograph of a group of aviation mechanics standing with an unidentified aircraft, circa 1908-1913.  Inscription on album page: "Early aviation mechanics." Part of "A Portfolio of Early Aviation Photos, 1908-1913," a photograph album containing (10)…

Photograph of Charles K. Hamilton flying his Curtiss-Herring No. 1 "Reims Racer" at an air show at Meadows Race Track near Seattle, Washington, March 11 or 12, 1910. Hamilton's flights at this air show are credited as the first heavier-than-air…

Photograph of Charles K. Hamilton flying his Curtiss-Herring No. 1 "Reims Racer" at an air show at Meadows Race Track near Seattle, Washington, March 11 or 12, 1910. Hamilton's flights at this air show are credited as the first heavier-than-air…

Photograph of the Condor, a home-built aircraft designed by Charles A. Bossuet, in a field near Seattle, Washington, circa 1910.  Inscription on album page: "Front view Bossuet Plane. 1909 [incorrect date]." Part of "A Portfolio of Early Aviation…

Photograph of the Condor, a home-built aircraft designed by Charles A. Bossuet, in a field near Seattle, Washington, circa 1910. The unidentified man to the left is possibly Mr. Bossuet.  Inscription on album page: "Plane (?) designed by Mr. Bossuet…
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