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The Spirit over Yellowstone Lake in Wyoming

Lindbergh like to fly low in "ground effect" believing like others that there was a cushion of air that improved aircraft performance.

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The Tingmissartoq in Land Configuration

Charles and Anne Lindbergh flying in their Lockheed Sirius in its original land, open-cockpit configuration.

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The Vin Fiz Down in Huntington, Indiana

Not much of the Vin Fiz actually made it to California.

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The Army Air Service installing floats

The Army Air Service installed floats on the Douglas World Cruisers at Sand Point on Lake Washington in Seattle.

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The Arrowing A-2 Chummy

In 1928, brothers C.G. and Gordon Taylor designed the two seat Arrowing A-2 Chummy.

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The Cub Coupe

The Cub Coupe featured side-by-side seating and was still small enough to advertise on the streets of San Diego, California.

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The Curtiss R3C-1 Racer

Cyrus Bettis won the 1925 Pulitzer Trophy in the Curtiss R3C-1 Racer.

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The Curtiss R3C-2

Jimmy Doolittle stands next to the Curtiss R3C. Designed purely for speed, the R3C could be converted from a seaplane to a landplane, and it won races as both.

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The Curtiss R3C-2

Designed purely for speed, the R3C-2 could be converted from a seaplane to a landplane, and it won races as both.

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The Damaged NC-3

The crew of the damaged NC-3 sailed the flying boat into Ponta Delgada, the Azores.

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