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Airships Archives - Antique Photographics Collections
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Airships

43013.

318. The Aerial Steam Navigation Co.’s Steamer Avitor.

43063.

Oct. 1927. View of Gondola of Large Blimp in Airdome Scott Field, Bellville, Ill.

43064.

Balloon in flight, blimp on the ground.

43097.

Knabenshue’s Baldwin Airship, Columbus, Ohio, 1910.

43182.

Airship of Hippolyte Francois, St. Louis World’s Fair, 1904.

43308.

10229-Rapid transit through the sky-Baldwin dirigible airship in flight.

43309.

11776-Dirigible air balloon flying over crowd at Aviation Meet, Asbury, Park.

43310.

11078-The Baldwin dirigible airship in flight.

43311.

3263. Model of the Dirigible Balloon “De La Muerthe,” 60 H.P., 58 Meters Long, Transportation Bldg., World’s Fair, St. Louis, Mo.

43312.

Balloon Airship at the Lewis and Clark Centennial, Portland, Oregon.

43313.

Untitled Airship.

43314.

Knabenshue flying Baldwin’s Airship, 1910, Columbus, Ohio.

43315.

Roy Knabenshue’s July 1905 flight aboard airship Toledo Number One from the Lucas County Fairgrounds on Dorr Street in Toledo, Ohio to the Spitzer Building where he landed on the roof (a distance of 3 miles in 25 minutes) and then returned. For his feat, Knabenshue received $500 from Al Spitzer. This event marked the first time a lighter-than-air vessel landed on a building.

43316.

Roy Knabenshue’s July 1905 flight aboard airship Toledo Number One from the Lucas County Fairgrounds on Dorr Street in Toledo, Ohio to the Spitzer Building where he landed on the roof (a distance of 3 miles in 25 minutes) and then returned. For his feat, Knabenshue received $500 from Al Spitzer. This event marked the first time a lighter-than-air vessel landed on a building.

43317.

Roy Knabenshue’s July 1905 flight aboard airship Toledo Number One from the Lucas County Fairgrounds on Dorr Street in Toledo, Ohio to the Spitzer Building where he landed on the roof (a distance of 3 miles in 25 minutes) and then returned. For his feat, Knabenshue received $500 from Al Spitzer. This event marked the first time a lighter-than-air vessel landed on a building.

43318.

Roy Knabenshue’s July 1905 flight aboard airship Toledo Number One from the Lucas County Fairgrounds on Dorr Street in Toledo, Ohio to the Spitzer Building where he landed on the roof (a distance of 3 miles in 25 minutes) and then returned. For his feat, Knabenshue received $500 from Al Spitzer. This event marked the first time a lighter-than-air vessel landed on a building.

43319.

Roy Knabenshue’s July 1905 flight aboard airship Toledo Number One from the Lucas County Fairgrounds on Dorr Street in Toledo, Ohio to the Spitzer Building where he landed on the roof (a distance of 3 miles in 25 minutes) and then returned. For his feat, Knabenshue received $500 from Al Spitzer. This event marked the first time a lighter-than-air vessel landed on a building.

43320.

Roy Knabenshue’s July 1905 flight aboard airship Toledo Number One from the Lucas County Fairgrounds on Dorr Street in Toledo, Ohio to the Spitzer Building where he landed on the roof (a distance of 3 miles in 25 minutes) and then returned. For his feat, Knabenshue received $500 from Al Spitzer. This event marked the first time a lighter-than-air vessel landed on a building.

43321.

9842-Starting for the skies in a 20th century airship-Jamestown Exposition, Va.

43322.

Crowds on Terraces Watching Flight of Air Ship over Government Building, Lewis & Clark Exposition, 1905, Portland, Ore.

43323.

Airship at the Lewis and Clark Centennial, Portland, Oregon.

43324.

21446. A close view of Baldwin’s most successful Airship, Lewis and Clark Exposition, Portland, Oregon.

43325.

15460-Baldwin’s most successful Airship, Lewis and Clark Exposition, Portland, Oregon.

43326.

21445. Baldwin’s latest airship returning from a flight over City of Portland, Lewis and Clark Centennial, Portland, Ore.

43327.

3345. T.S. Baldwin, aviator of California Arrow and Knabenshue its youthful sky-pilot in the framework.

43328.

The Famous “California Arrow” Airship starting with Aeronaut Knabenshue on its first successful flight, World’s Fair, St. Louis.

43329.

8603. Near view of the mechanism of the Francois Airship, showing the inventor aboard ready to make ascent, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis.

43330.

8604. Francois Airship in mid-air ready for flight, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis.

43331.

8602. Francois Airship about to ascend for a flight, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis.

43332.

615-Flying Machine, Sailing above World’s Fair Grounds, St. Louis, Mo., 1904.

43333.

614-Air Ship Station, World’s Fair Grounds, St. Louis, Mo., 1904.

43334.

21320. The big French airship of Hippolyte Francois breaks the framework colliding with a fence, World’s Fair, St. Louis.

43335.

15168-An Airship the Flies, Baldwins’ “California Arrow,” Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, Mo.

43336.

32738. Close View, from within Framework, of Supporting Girders of ZRS-4 (U.S.S. Akron). Without Stereoscopic Effect.

43337.

32738. Close View, from within Framework, of Supporting Girders of ZRS-4 (U.S.S. Akron). With Stereoscopic Effect.

43338.

32739. Nose of Framework of ZRS-4 (U.S.S. Akron) from inside the Hangar.

43339.

32740. Inside the Framework of ZRS-4 (U.S.S. Akron), during Construction, Akron, Ohio.

43340.

32744. Bow of ZRS-4, the Akron, through Dock Door, Akron, Ohio.

43341.

32745. A Bow view of the Zeppelin Akron Showing the Outer Covering, Akron, Ohio.

43342.

32763. As our Photographer saw the Akron, the ZRS-4 on July 29, just Eleven Days before it will be Launched.

43343.

32766. Mrs. Hoover Christens the Akron, the Largest Airship in the World, at Akron, Ohio, Aug. 8, 1931.

43344.

32766. Mrs. Hoover Christens the Akron, the Largest Airship in the World, at Akron, Ohio, Aug. 8, 1931.

43345.

32771. The Maiden Flight of the Largest Dirigible Ever Built, the U.S.S. Akron, Sept. 23, 1931.

43346.

6. Close View Applying the Outer Cover.

43347.

17399. Trans-Atlantic Flight from Germany Ended-Giant Zeppelin at Lakehurst, N.J.

43348.

17401. Giant Zeppelin ZR-3, Showing Control Car-In Hangar, Lakehurst, N.J. This is the U.S.S. Los Angeles.

43349.

17408. ZR-3 Leaving Washington D.C. after being Christened Los Angeles.

43350.

32415. At Los Angeles, in August, 1939, Graf Zeppelin Air Cruise around the World.

43351.

17402. The Shenandoah Overhead, Zeppelin ZR-3 (Los Angeles) at left, in Lakehurst, N.J. hangar.

43352.

Dirigibles Shenandoah and Los Angeles at Lakehurst, N.J.


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