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41. Balloons over the Lakes Balloons over the Lakes July/5/1913 Update of the race in progress.

42. Benson Manufacturing Co. Blazing New Trails in Production Fields Benson Manufacturing Co. Blazing New Trails in Production Fields 1950 Founded by John A. Benson in 1907. First a building interior business, later an aircraft manufacturer.

43. Biography of Kenneth and Helen Spencer (1902-1982), Industrialist and Benefactor Biography of Kenneth and Helen Spencer (1902-1982), Industrialist and Benefactor 2008

44. Biplane Biplane Full frontal and side view of early biplane.

45. Biplane Biplane Side view of early biplane.

46. Biplane Biplane Side view of biplane.

47. Biplane Biplane Early biplane parked in front of a hangar at unidentified location.

48. Biplane Biplane National U.S. Air Express training plane.

49. Biplane Biplane Side view of plane indentified as Pat's American Eagle.

50. Biplane Biplane Side view of biplane identified as Rearwin-Ken-Royce.

51. Biplane Built in Topeka Biplane Built in Topeka Winter 2008 Short article describing the first successful flight of a Kansas-made airplane on September 2, 1911. The pilot was Albin K. Longren, who along with his brother, E. J. Longren, constructed the biplane they...

52. Biplane in Flight Biplane in Flight 1926 Biplane in air with hangar in background.

53. Biplanes in Field Biplanes in Field 1918 Early aircraft in unidentified field.

54. Biplanes in Field Biplanes in Field Early biplanes in unidentified field.

55. Biplanes in Flight Biplanes in Flight Distant view of two biplanes in the air.

56. Bones Revive Earhart Mystery Bones Revive Earhart Mystery December 18, 2010 Scientists at the University of Oklahoma are analyzing “three bone fragments found on a deserted South Pacific island” that could be those of aviatrix Amelia Earhart. The International Group for Historic...

57. Bring Back My Connie to Me Bring Back My Connie to Me Spring//1999 One-page article with photo and text about the museum at the Downtown Airport for the first type of airplane, the Constellation, commonly used in long passenger flights.

58. Butler Manufacturing Butler Manufacturing File contains clippings about the company.

59. Camera Flown by a Kite Camera Flown by a Kite May 21, 1905 In the early 1900s, a professional photographer in Illinois, George R. Lawrence, built a camera and kites to fly it. He was determined to take the largest photograph ever from a 'captive airship,' as he...

60. Children Standing next to Biplane Children Standing next to Biplane Unidentified children before biplane at unidentified location.