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Collection Item Summary:

"G. Whitehead 'plane. Aero & Auto Show, N.Y. 1906." One-quarter rear right side view, close up, of engine and nose (with propeller) of the "Wind Wagon" aircraft built by Gustave Whitehead for Stanley Yale Beach; aircraft is seen exhibited without its wings (fuselage only) at the Seventh Annual Automobile Club of America Show, held at the Grand Central Palace, New York City, New York, December 1-8, 1906. Partial view of wings of a separate aircraft in extreme top foreground (above the "Wind Wagon"); the undercarriage and wheel of a third aircraft are seen at right background.

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December 1-8, 1906

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National Air and Space Museum, Archives Division, MRC 322, Washington, DC, 20560



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