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Box 1 FF 1 Photographs (4) of the Girard Airship, c. 1908. Front view, rear side view, inside view, and "real photo" view on Girard streets. Description of airship printed on reverse of three photographs that also include typographical union labels, Girard. One card postmarked 1908.
Box 1 FF 2 Photographs (2) of Rene Barrier in his airplane, 4-25-1911. One caption includes mention of Newton, Kansas.
Box 1 FF 3 Photograph (1) of monoplane. Photo with caption "Antonette Monoplane," dated 4-25-1911 on reverse.
Box 1 FF 4 Photograph (1) of monoplane at Old Settlers Picnic, Kinsley, Kansas, 6-9-1914.
Box 1 FF 5 Photograph (1) of unidentified men with monoplane, with other people in background. Dated 5-9-1912, Caldwell, Kansas, on reverse.
Box 1 FF 6 Photographs (2) of A. K. Longren and his biplane. One card is advertising his flight in an airshow over Council Grove, Kansas, July 9-11, 1912, postmarked 7-3-1912; and the other is captioned "A. K. Longren Up in the Clouds, LaCrosse, Kan. July 24-5-6," postmarked 5-18-1914.
Box 1 FF 7 Photograph (1) of mail delivery by plane at Rose Hill, Kansas, 3-31-1926. Caption reports that roads were blocked by snow.
Box 1 FF 8 Photograph (1) of dirigible. Caption: "Air Ship, Kan. State Fair, Hutchinson, 08." 1908.
Box 1 FF 9 Photograph (1) of hot air balloon launch at Dorrance, Kansas, n.d.
Box 1 FF 10 Photograph (1) of "A Kansas Air Ship," depicting grasshopper-powered air ship. 1909.
Box 1 FF 11 Photograph (1) of World War I aviator L. (Lloyd) K. (Kennedy) White, 2nd Lieutenant, A.S.A., c. 1919. On reverse is listing of his military training and service.
Box 1 FF 12 Photograph (1) of biplane, not identified or dated. Reverse includes message and postmark of Kansas City and La Junta Rail Post Office, 10-30-1912.
Box 1 FF 13 Photograph (1) of aviator Rene Simon and his plane, 1911, over Newton, Kansas. Postmarked Newton, Kansas, 5-15-1911.
Box 1 FF 14 Photograph (1) of glider and pilot, not identified or dated. Photograph credits at lower right corner: O'Neill Photo Co., by Kirch, no. 14. On reverse is written "Inman Circus."
Box 1 FF 15 Stereoscope photographs (3) of primary assembling of planes in Travel Air Manufacturing Co. in Wichita. Produced by Keystone View Company. Two, identified by no. T135, date from 1929. The text on reverse of the other photograph, no. 1139, dates from 1935 but the photograph is the same. The 1935 text does not identify the manufacturer's name as it did on the 1929 version.
Box 1 FF 16 Photograph (1) of Cessna plane with employees standing on its wings. Photograph by Edgar B. Smith, c. 1935. Employees are identified on accompanying list.
Box 1 FF 17 Photograph (1) of interior of Wichita Flying School, c. 1929. Photograph identified as taken by F. A. Wesley Studio, Wichita, Kansas.
Box 1 FF 18 Photographs (5) of Laird biplane with two engines and cabin. Scenes include plane's fuselage under construction in plant, and front and side views of completed plane on ground. Photographs are pasted to white cardstock and have been retouched, c. 1925.
Box 1 FF 19 Photograph (1) of Beechcraft Model 73 Jet Mentor, c. 1960. This plane is a jet trainer.
Box 1 FF 20 Photographs (2) of C. Cessna and plane at Belmont, Kansas, January 1, 1913. Caption 1: "C. Cessna's areoplane (sic) just 'lighting,' Belmont, Kans. Jan. 1, 13." Caption 2: "Crowd gathering to view C. Cessna's areoplane flight, Belmont, Kans., Jan. 1 - 13."

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