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Firestone Air Chief Radio, 1939
Known as the 1939–1940 World’s Fair Model, this streamlined radio features a winged man motif.
Granville Gee Bee Z Super Sportster City of Springfield, 1/16th scale
This model of the Gee Bee Z Super Sportster City of Springfield was built in 1975 for the Museum's opening in 1976.
Group Image of Streamlined Items
From Left to Right: Petipoint Flat Iron, Firestone Air Chief Radio, Kodak Bullet Camera, Westinghouse Table Fan, Sunbeam T-9 Toaster.
Illustration from Jules Verne’s From the Earth to the Moon
Illustration of a Moon launch from Jules's Verne's novel From the Earth to the Moon. A cannon would in fact have killed the voyagers.
Inscription within Black Wings
Black Wings was William J. Powell's airminded vision of opportunity for African Americans.
Kodak Bullet Camera, 1936
Walter Dorwin Teague designed a popular series of streamlined Kodak cameras beginning in the late 1920s.
Laird LC-DW-300 Solution 1/16th scale
The Laird Solution won the 1930 Thompson Trophy Race. This model was donated by the race sponsor.
These objects represent the public and commercial response to Charles Lindbergh’s flights in the Spirit of St. Louis and reflect his popularity and appeal.
Lockheed 10-E Electra, 1:16 scale
The Lockheed 10 was designed as a 10-passenger airliner and was also popular as a high-performance private aircraft.