Keystone

43249.

26304. Seven Great “Gas Bags” Ready for Start of Distance Flying Contest–Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas–April 24, 1924.

43250.

26306. The “Goodyear,” Winner of Elimination Contest, Starting Great 1100 Mile Flight, San Antonio, Texas–April 24, 1924.

43251.

26307. Great Balloons “Taking on Gas.” Elimination Race, Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas–April 24, 1924.

43252.

12138. Attaching the long silk tube leading from the gas main to the neck of the balloon.

43253.

12142. Attaching the valve to the top of the balloon.

43254.

12145. Top of Partly Filled Balloon Showing Valve in Place.

43255.

12147. The nearly filled balloon and method of attaching ballast bags to net.

43256.

12149. The filled balloon–pulling in the sand bags toward the basket.

43257.

12150. Attaching the basket weighted with sand bags to the ring.

43265.

15149-Sailing Away for Washington, Aeronaut Tomlinson in His Balloon, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, Mo.

43269.

15344-Prof. Meyers’ Balloon and Its Admiring Crowd at the Foot of the Wireless Telegraph Tower, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis.

43270.

15452-Bird’s-Eye View of Lewis and Clark Exposition from Willamette Heights, Portland, Oregon.

43271.

15457-Balloon Ascension over Guild Lake, Lewis and Clark Exposition, Portland, Oregon.

43272.

15459-Washington State Building from Foreign Palace, Lewis and Clark Exposition, Portland, Oregon.

43284.

1645-Balloon Ascension, Paris, France.

43295.

33136. Starting for the Stratosphere in a Balloon.

43305.

32339. Descendants of Washington Family at Dedication of George Washington Air Junction, Va.

43306.

32338. Inflation with Hydrogen Gas of a Copy of First Balloon Flown in America, Jan. 9, 1793. Washington Air Junction, Va.

43307.

32906. Professor Auguste Piccard (right), Explorer of the Stratosphere and his Twin Brother Jean.

43309.

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

43310.

11078-The Baldwin dirigible airship in flight.

43325.

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

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.

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.

43353.

17407. Zeppelin just Christened Los Angeles by Mrs. Calvin Coolidge, Washington, DC, Nov. 25, 1924.

43354.

17406. ZR-3, Newly Christened Los Angeles by Mrs. Coolidge-Starting Homeward Flight from Washington, DC.

43356.

32277T. The Graf Zeppelin.

43357.

17397. Just Arrived from Germany, Giant Zeppelin Entering Hangar, Lakehurst, NJ.

43358.

8632. The Graf Zeppelin’s Rendezvous with the Eternal Desert and the more than 4000-Year-old Pyramids, of Giza, Egypt.

43359.

8627. The Graf Zeppelin’s Rendezvous with the Eternal Desert and the more than 4000-Year-old Pyramids, of Giza, Egypt.

43361.

32965. Replica of Fort Dearborn at A Century of Progress Exposition, Chicago, 1933.

43362.

32997. The “Midway,” A Century of Progress, Chicago, 1933-N. along 23rd Street Concourse.

43363.

33051. South End of “MIdway” looking toward Transportation Bldg., A Century of Progress, Chicago, 1933.

43364.

33072. The Goodyear Blimp and Transportation Bldg., A Century of Progress, Chicago, 1933.

43366.

17403. Giant Zeppelin ZR-3 Overhead-Shenandoah at right, in Hangar, Lakehurst, NJ.

43367.

17398. Friedrichshafen, Germany, is the Home of the Zeppelin.

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