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Monoplane Collection

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Bleriot monoplane used by the British army, 1914

Bleriot monoplane used by the British army, 1914. This aircraft was essentially the same as the one in which Louis Bleriot made the first successful flight across the English Channel in 1909

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Poster showing types of British and German aircraft, 1915, (1944). Creator: Unknown

Poster showing types of British and German aircraft, 1915, (1944). Creator: Unknown
Poster showing types of British and German aircraft, First World War, 1915, (1944). Chart produced by the British goverment showing outlines of aircraft for identification: Public Warning

Background imageMonoplane Collection: En Chasse; A 2, 000 metres; un monoplan 'parasol' volant en pleine vitesse, au-desses... 1915

En Chasse; A 2, 000 metres; un monoplan "parasol" volant en pleine vitesse, au-desses... 1915
En Chasse; A 2, 000 metres; un monoplan "parasol" volant en pleine vitesse, au-desses de Nancy, vers Saint-Nicholas du Port, a la poursuite d'appareils ennemis, 1915

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Fokker's parasol monoplane. No tension wires: great styg [?] capacity, 1919-1945

Fokker's parasol monoplane. No tension wires: great styg [?] capacity, 1919-1945. Creator: Reijer Stolk
Fokker's parasol monoplane. No tension wires: great styg [?] capacity, 1919-1945

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Combat Aerien; Deux 'poilus' de l'air; Le monoplan de Vedrines; a gauche, Vendrines... 1918

Combat Aerien; Deux "poilus" de l'air; Le monoplan de Vedrines; a gauche, Vendrines... 1918
Combat Aerien; Deux "poilus" de l'air; Le monoplan de Vedrines; a gauche, Vendrines recevant ses instructions d'un capitaine, avant le depart, 1918

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Des Braves; L'aviateur Gilbert et son monoplan retenus en Suisse; en haut, Gilbert... 1915

Des Braves; L'aviateur Gilbert et son monoplan retenus en Suisse; en haut, Gilbert... 1915. Creator: Unknown
Des Braves; L'aviateur Gilbert et son monoplan retenus en Suisse; en haut, Gilbert photographie sur son appareil le "Vengeur", le 17 juin 1915

Background imageMonoplane Collection: La mort de Brindejonc des Moulinais; Brindejonc photographie avant son dernier depart, 1916

La mort de Brindejonc des Moulinais; Brindejonc photographie avant son dernier depart, 1916. Creator: Unknown
La mort de Brindejonc des Moulinais; Brindejonc photographie avant son dernier depart, 1916. From "Collection de la Guerre IV. L'Illustration Tome CXLVIII

Background imageMonoplane Collection: La mort de Brindejonc des Moulinais; le monocoque de Brindejonc des Moulinais, 1916

La mort de Brindejonc des Moulinais; le monocoque de Brindejonc des Moulinais, 1916. Creator: Unknown
La mort de Brindejonc des Moulinais; le monocoque de Brindejonc des Moulinais, 1916. From "Collection de la Guerre IV. L'Illustration Tome CXLVIII

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Miss Bernetta Miller, Moissant [sic] Aviatrix, in Bleriot plane, between 1910 and 1920

Miss Bernetta Miller, Moissant [sic] Aviatrix, in Bleriot plane, between 1910 and 1920. Creator: Harris & Ewing
Miss Bernetta Miller, Moissant [sic] Aviatrix, in Bleriot plane, between 1910 and 1920. American pioneering aviator Bernetta Adams Miller enrolled for instruction at the Moisant Flying School at

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Instructor and students studying a map, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Tex. 1942

Instructor and students studying a map, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Tex. 1942. Creator: Arthur Rothstein
Instructor and students studying a map, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Texas

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Student pilots, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Tex. 1942. Creator: Arthur Rothstein

Student pilots, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Tex. 1942. Creator: Arthur Rothstein
Student pilots, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Texas

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Civilian pilot training school, returning from practice... Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Tex. 1942

Civilian pilot training school, returning from practice... Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Tex. 1942
Civilian pilot training school, returning from practice flight, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Texas

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Civilian training school, students and instructors, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Tex. 1942

Civilian training school, students and instructors, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Tex. 1942. Creator: Arthur Rothstein
Civilian training school, students and instructors, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Tex

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Curtiss Modified Model L, V-8 Engine, Circa 1910. Creator

Curtiss Modified Model L, V-8 Engine, Circa 1910. Creator
Curtiss was one of the most successful early American aircraft engine manufacturers. The first Curtiss engines were air cooled but, to achieve higher power

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Radio, Receiver, Pan Am, Lockheed Sirius 'Tingmissartoq', Lindbergh, 1931-1933

Radio, Receiver, Pan Am, Lockheed Sirius "Tingmissartoq", Lindbergh, 1931-1933
Aircraft receiver. Rectangular box with several knobs for tuning etc. Charles Lindbergh and his wife, Anne Morrow Lindbergh

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Primus stove used by Charles Lindbergh, 1931. Creator: Primus

Primus stove used by Charles Lindbergh, 1931. Creator: Primus
Primus stove used by Charles Lindbergh, 1931. American aviator Charles Lindbergh and his wife, Anne Morrow Lindbergh, purchased this Primus portable stove at Baker Lake, Canada

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Radio, Transmitter, Pan Am, Lockheed Sirius 'Tingmissartoq', Lindbergh

Radio, Transmitter, Pan Am, Lockheed Sirius "Tingmissartoq", Lindbergh
Black box mounted on springs. Two gauges one mounted in each upper corner. Upper left gauge is milliamperes with " Plate" labelled above the gauge

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Monocoupe 110 Special, 1941. Creator: Monocoupe Airplane Co

Monocoupe 110 Special, 1941. Creator: Monocoupe Airplane Co
High-wing, 2-seat, 1940s monoplane. Warner Super Scarab 185, 200hp engine. Red with white trim. Clipped wings. Air show pilot and aerobatic champion W. W

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Headphones, Radio, Lockheed Sirius 'Tingmissartoq', Lindbergh, 1931-1933

Headphones, Radio, Lockheed Sirius "Tingmissartoq", Lindbergh, 1931-1933
Two phenolic earpieces connected together by curved leather covered metal. On the bottom of each earpiece there is an attached wire with a male plug at the other end

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Imaginary Flight of Hensons Ariel, 1843, (1944). Creator: Day & Haghe

Imaginary Flight of Hensons Ariel, 1843, (1944). Creator: Day & Haghe
Imaginary Flight of Hensons " Ariel", 1843, (1944). William Henson and John Stringfellows 1843 design for steam-powered flying machine

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Gloster F. 5 / 34 Fighter Monoplane, c1944. Creator: Unknown

Gloster F. 5 / 34 Fighter Monoplane, c1944. Creator: Unknown
Gloster F.5/34 Fighter Monoplane, c1944. Designed by Henry Folland. From " Fighter - Aircraft of To-Day". [Juvenile Productions Ltd. London, c1944]

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Curtis X. P. 40 Fighter Monoplane, c1944. Creator: Unknown

Curtis X. P. 40 Fighter Monoplane, c1944. Creator: Unknown
Curtis X.P.40 Fighter Monoplane, c1944. From " Fighter - Aircraft of To-Day". [Juvenile Productions Ltd. London, c1944]

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Focke-Wulf F19a Ente plane, 1920s, (1932). Creator: Unknown

Focke-Wulf F19a Ente plane, 1920s, (1932). Creator: Unknown
Focke-Wulf F19a Ente plane, 1920s, (1932). The German Ente ( Duck ) was a high-wing monoplane with a canard layout and fixed tricycle undercarriage, produced in the late 1920s

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Bleriots monoplane, 1909, (1932). Creator: Unknown

Bleriots monoplane, 1909, (1932). Creator: Unknown
Bleriots monoplane, 1909, (1932). French aviator, inventor and engineer Louis Bleriot (1872-1936) made the first successful flight across the English Channel in 1909

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Focke-Wulf A 33 Sperber airliner, 1932. Creator: Unknown

Focke-Wulf A 33 Sperber airliner, 1932. Creator: Unknown
Focke-Wulf A 33 Sperber airliner, 1932. The German Sperber ( Sparrowhawk ) small airliner was a high-wing cantilever monoplane

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Arado V I airliner, 1920s, (1932). Creator: Unknown

Arado V I airliner, 1920s, (1932). Creator: Unknown
Arado V I airliner, 1920s, (1932). The Arado V1 was a German single-engine, high-wing braced monoplane airliner built in 1927

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Junkers F 13w medical plane, c1919, (1932). Creator: Unknown

Junkers F 13w medical plane, c1919, (1932). Creator: Unknown
Junkers F 13w medical plane, c1919, (1932). The Junkers F 13, developed in Germany at the end of World War I, was in production for thirteen years and in commercial service for almost twenty

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Grades monoplane, 1908, (1932). Creator: Unknown

Grades monoplane, 1908, (1932). Creator: Unknown
Grades monoplane, 1908, (1932). German aviation pioneer Hans Grade (1879-1946) made the first successful motor-flight over German soil at Magdeburg in 1908

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Albatros L 101 plane, 1932. Creator: Unknown

Albatros L 101 plane, 1932. Creator: Unknown
Albatros L 101 plane, 1932. The Albatros Al 101 German trainer aircraft with 100 horse power air-cooled Argus As 8 engine

Background imageMonoplane Collection: London-Paris Air Race: the winner, Mr WL Brock, the American racing pilot, 1914, (1934)

London-Paris Air Race: the winner, Mr WL Brock, the American racing pilot, 1914, (1934). Artist: Flight Photo
London-Paris Air Race: the winner, Mr WL Brock, the American racing pilot, 1914, (1934). The London to Paris Air Race 1914, ran from Hendon to Buc and back with a total distance of 508 miles

Background imageMonoplane Collection: The Miles Magister aeroplane, 1938

The Miles Magister aeroplane, 1938. The Miles M.14 Magister was a British 2-seat monoplane basic trainer aircraft built by Miles Aircraft for the Royal Air Force and Fleet Air Arm

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Louis Bleriot sitting in his monopolane, c. 1920

Louis Bleriot sitting in his monopolane, c. 1920
Louis Ble riot (1872 – 1936) sitting in his monopolane, c. 1920 (b/w photo)

Background imageMonoplane Collection: The Aeroplane of the Future, 1927

The Aeroplane of the Future, 1927. From The Wonder Book of Aircraft, edited by Harry Golding. [Ward, Lock & Co, Limited, London & Melbourne, 1927]

Background imageMonoplane Collection: A British Biplane Bringing Down a German Taube, c1916 (1928). Artist: Cyrus Cuneo

A British Biplane Bringing Down a German Taube, c1916 (1928). Artist: Cyrus Cuneo
A British Biplane Bringing Down a German Taube, c1916 (1928). The Etrich Taube was a German monoplane. The first mass produced German military aircraft

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Probably The Fastest Aeroplane in Existence at the Outbreak of War

Probably The Fastest Aeroplane in Existence at the Outbreak of War: The Deperdussin Monoplane (160 Artist: Flight Photo)
Probably the fastest aeroplane in existence at the outbreak of the First World War, 1914 (1934). The Deperdussin monoplane, built by French manufacturer Aeroplanes Deperdussin

Background imageMonoplane Collection: The Aerial Derby: Lord Carbery with his Morane-Saulnier monoplane, 1914 (1934). Artist: Flight Photo

The Aerial Derby: Lord Carbery with his Morane-Saulnier monoplane, 1914 (1934). Artist: Flight Photo
The Aerial Derby: Lord Carbery with his Morane-Saulnier monoplane, 1914 (1934). John Evans-Freke, 10th Baron Carbery (1892-1970) at the Aerial Derby

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Hubert Latham prepares to take off after Louis Bleriot, near Calais, France, 25 July 1909

Hubert Latham prepares to take off after Louis Bleriot, near Calais, France, 25 July 1909. Flying an Antoinette aircraft, French aviator Hubert Latham (1883-1912)

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Mr G Hemel with passenger, Hendon, London, c1910s

Mr G Hemel with passenger, Hendon, London, c1910s

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Early monoplane, c1900s

Early monoplane, c1900s. Illustration from Story of the British Nation, Volume IV, by Walter Hutchinson, (London, c1920s)

Background imageMonoplane Collection: French monoplane, Biskra, Algeria, c1911

French monoplane, Biskra, Algeria, c1911. French postcard

Background imageMonoplane Collection: William Hensons Aerial Steam Carriage of 1843 (1910)

William Hensons Aerial Steam Carriage of 1843 (1910). Henson (1805-1888) and his partner John Stringfellow (1799-1883) managed to get a model of this steam-powered flying machine airborne

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Antoinette monoplane of French aviator Hubert Latham, c1910

Antoinette monoplane of French aviator Hubert Latham, c1910
Antoinette monoplane of French aviator Hubert Latham, (1883-1912), c1910. In 1909 Latham made two unsuccessful attempts in his Antoinette to become the first to fly across the English Channel

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Hubert Latham attempting to fly his Antoinette monoplane across the English Channel, 1909

Hubert Latham attempting to fly his Antoinette monoplane across the English Channel, 1909. Hubert Latham (1883-1912), French aviator

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Aders flying bird Eole ( Aole ), 1890 (c1910)

Aders flying bird Eole ( Aole ), 1890 (c1910)
Aders flying bird Eole ( Aole ). This aeroplane was designed by the French aviation pioneer Clement Ader (1841-1925). It was steam-powered

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Broadsheet showing Exploits of French air ace Adolphe Pegoud

Broadsheet showing Exploits of French air ace Adolphe Pegoud
Exploits of French air ace Adolphe Pegoud, killed in action 1915. Looping-the-loop, dropping bombs, shooting- up observation balloon. From a contemporary broadsheet

Background imageMonoplane Collection: Broadsheet showing Georges-Marie Guynemer, French air fighter ace

Broadsheet showing Georges-Marie Guynemer, French air fighter ace
Georges-Marie Guynemer (1895-1917) French air fighter ace shot down 8 times. Died in combat 1917. Credited with 53 air victories. Broadsheet showing dog fights with German biplane and Fokkers


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