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CURTISS The Hammondsport Era 1907-1915
by Louis S. Casey

Now back in print after many years, this book is the definitive survey of the flying machines produced by Glenn H. Curtiss. Written by Louis S. Casey, former curator of aircraft, National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution. B & W photographs. 8 1/2 X 11, paperbound, 245 pages.


Glenn Curtiss - Pioneer of Aviation
by Alden Hatch

Biography of Glenn Curtiss. Written in 1942, Alden Hatch says of Glenn Curtiss: "..the most important figure in the development of naval aviation - if not aviation, period - in the United States." 5 1/2 X 8 1/4, paperbound, 280 pages.


Glenn Curtiss, Pioneer of Flight
by C.R. Roseberry

A definitive biography...and a great story, well told. If you're going to buy only one book ... this is the one. 6 X 9, Paperbound, 514 pages.


Glenn H. Curtiss - Architect of American Aviation
by Curtiss Museum

Concise history in color photos and narration of the career of Glenn Curtiss. 9 X 12, paperbound, 16 pages.


Hell-Rider to King of the Air - Glenn Curtiss’s Life of Innovation
by Kirk W. House

Biography of Glenn Curtiss with many never-before published details. Beautifully printed and well-illustrated with historic photographs.
7 1/4 X 10 1/4,Paper Cover, 273 pages.


The Story of Flight - Seaplanes and Naval Aviation
by Ole Steen Hansen
Read all about early "flying boats," float planes that serve remote communities, and the low-flying seaplanes of the future. The year 1910 marked the first-ever flight to take off from water. At the start of World War I, seaplanes were mainly used to observe enemy ships but by World War II, aircraft were taking off and fighting from carries at sea. The Story of Flight Series. Ages 7-14. Illustrated. 9 1/4 x 11, paperbound, 32 pages.