Ohio Balloons

43096.

No. 198. The Mammoth Balloon-showing process of inflation. The National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, Dayton, Ohio.

43097.

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

43098.

Balloon Ascension July 4, 1883 from Public Square, Cleveland, O.

43099.

Prof. King’s Balloon “Buffalo,” July 4, 1875, Cleveland, Ohio.

43100.

Balloon Buffalo, Cleveland, Ohio written on verso but I don’t think this is the Buffalo.

43101.

Prof. King’s Balloon “Buffalo,” July 4, 1875, Cleveland, Ohio.

43102.

Balloon “Buffalo.”

43103.

Prof. King’s Balloon “Buffalo,” July 4, 1875, Cleveland, Ohio.

43104.

Prof. King’s Balloon “Buffalo,” July 4, 1875, Cleveland, Ohio.

43105.

Crowds watching balloon “Buffalo,” Superior Street, Cleveland, Ohio, July 4, 1875.

43106.

Balloon “Buffalo.”

43107.

Prof. King’s Balloon “Buffalo,” July 4, 1875, Cleveland, Ohio.

43108.

Ballon “Buffalo.”

43109.

Prof. King’s Balloon “Buffalo,” July 4, 1875, Cleveland, Ohio.

43110.

The Balloon “Buffalo” on its travels from Cleveland, O., July 5th, 1875. Landing place and camp of the voyagers. “Camp Burchard,” Mahoning Station, Portage Co., Ohio.–Our Visitors.

43111.

Prof. King’s balloon “Buffalo,” Cleveland, Ohio, July 4, 1875.

43142.

Prof. King’s Balloon Ascension in the ‘Buffalo,’ Cleveland, Ohio.

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.

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.

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