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Wills’s Aviation Card #77 – “Curtiss” Hydro-Aeroplane.

History Behind The Card: “Curtiss” Hydro-Aeroplane. Card #77 of 85, W.D.& H.O Wills, Aviation series 1911, Vice Regal – Black-back issue Glenn Hammond Curtiss, in Hammondsport, New York, United States of America, May 21, 1878 – July 23, 1930, Buffalo, New York, United … Continue reading

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Curtiss C-1 Canada Twin-Engine Bomber

On this date, September 3, 1915, a Curtiss C-1 Canada prototype aircraft – the first twin-engine aeroplane in Canada – was tested at Long Branch near Toronto, or, if you will just south of Toronto, in the Lakeshore area of … Continue reading

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