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This craft with five cambered wings was the design of Jerome S. Zerbe. It attempted flight at a Los Angeles air meet in 1910, but came apart before it could get into the air when it hit a pothole in the airfield.

This craft with five cambered wings was the design of Jerome S. It attempted flight at a Los Angeles air meet in but came apart before it could get into the air when it hit a pothole in the airfield.

American aviator John Moisant's second bi-plane featuring a corrugated metal upper wing. Aeroplane Album - Vol 3 Page 48

American aviator John Moisant's second bi-plane featuring a corrugated metal upper wing. Aeroplane Album - Vol 3 Page 48

Voisin Voisin-Delagrange / Voisin-Farman

Voisin Voisin-Delagrange / Voisin-Farman

Voisin-Farman

Voisin-Farman

Rumpler-Taube framework, 1909

Rumpler-Taube framework, 1909

d'Ecquevilly Multiplane

d'Ecquevilly Multiplane

Henri Coanda's Monoplane (1911)

Henri Coanda's Monoplane (1911)

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http://www.earlyaeroplanes.com/archive/image6/LathamReims1909.jpg

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Vintage tech: prototype for a plane in 1906

The 1875 "Aerial Steamer" was a tandem-wing monoplane by Thomas Moy. It was unmanned and travelled in a wide circle, tethered to central post. During one demonstration, its 3-hp engine lifted the 120-lb. craft 6 inches off the ground.

The 1875 "Aerial Steamer" was a tandem-wing monoplane by Thomas Moy. It was unmanned and travelled in a wide circle, tethered to central post. During one demonstration, its engine lifted the craft 6 inches off the ground.

Dorand 1908 - Early-flying-machines-25

Dorand 1908 - Early-flying-machines-25

This strange French contraption with drum-like wings was inventive, but produced little in the way of lift and never made it off the ground.

The UnMuseum - Strange Aircraft from the Early Years of Flight

1896 Chanute-Avery Multiple-wing Gliding Machine, Katydid

All aboard the failglider

Robert Myers ornithopter 1928

“Original IL - Robert Myers of Rockford, IL, has invented an ornithopter, which he designed after an intensive study of heavy birds in flight, particularly the great horned owl. The above photo shows Myers seated in his.

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