WB. Wright Brothers Related Collections
Found in 82 Collections and/or Records:
Photocopies concerning the Ten Dayton Boys Club, an organization of boyhood friends who met yearly and included Wilbur Wright and his brothers, Reuchlin and Lorin.
Report written by George Bia, the Wrights' representative in Belgium, which includes illustrations and technical drawings. Also includes photograph of Wilbur at controls of a flyer.
Limited edition print of a woodcut by Wilbur Wright, originally distributed by the Oakwood Kiwanis Club, circa 1886.
The collection consists of nine bound volumes of patent litigation records for the lawsuits that the Wright Company brought against the Herring-Curtiss Company and Glenn H. Curtiss, Louis Paulhan, and Claude Grahame-White. These are the personal copies of the Wrights’ lawyer, Harry A. Toulmin, and the books contain many handwritten notes.
This collection consists of four items: one Funeral registry for Felix Carl Utermoehlen; two newspaper clippings, one titled "Watched Ghouls Work As Flood Victims Cried in Vain for Assistance" which details scenes viewed by Mrs. Felix Utermoehlen, and another clipping on Felix's father, Theodore Utermoehlen who served as a mechanic for the Wright Brothers; and also an envelope containing the funeral purchase agreement.
Pilot's license from Fédération Aéronautique Internationale United States of America issued to Robert Lyle Ward for 1926.
This collection consists of two postcards from the Wilbur Wright Birthplace commemorating the 100th anniversary of flight. They are coved with a copper coil and the design of the postcard is
The collection consists of photocopies of French newspaper clippings concerning Wilbur Wright’s 1908 visit to France. They are untranslated.
This collection contains an original letter written by Wilbur Wright to a New York publisher. As well, there are photocopies of the letter.
Stereo Card of the Wright B Flyer flying over Simms Station later Huffman Prairie, Dayton, Ohio. The image bears the copyright of the Keystone View Company for 1910. The company entitled the image “Conquering the Air-Wright Brothers Airship Flying at Dayton, Ohio.”