[Curtiss-Herring No. 1 "Reims Racer" in flight]

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[Curtiss-Herring No. 1 "Reims Racer" in flight]


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 flights in Washington State. 

Inscription on album page: "Hamilton flying at at [sic] old Meadows race track. 1909-10."

Part of "A Portfolio of Early Aviation Photos, 1908-1913," a photograph album containing (10) black-and-white photographs of early aviators and their aircraft.



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The Museum of Flight Archives


Permission to publish material from the William P. Elfendahl Early Aviation Photograph Album must be obtained from The Museum of Flight Archives.

Bibliographic Citation

The William P. Elfendahl Early Aviation Photograph Album/The Museum of Flight



“[Curtiss-Herring No. 1 "Reims Racer" in flight],” The Museum of Flight - Digital Collections, accessed June 16, 2019, https://mof.omeka.net/items/show/18136.