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21. Airplane In Flight Airplane In Flight August 15, 1915 Distant view of an airplane flying in Overland Park, Kansas. Handwriting on the back of the photo describes it as Military Tractor.

22. Airplane In Flight Airplane In Flight August 15, 1915 Distant view of an airplane flying in Overland Park, Kansas. Two men on ground watch it. Handwriting on the back of the photo describes it as Military Tractor.

23. Airplane in Flight Airplane in Flight View of airplane taking off over Missouri River. Also shows Kansas City Flying Service hangar.

24. Airplanes In Flight Airplanes In Flight August 15, 1915 Distant view of two airplanes flying in Overland Park, Kansas. Handwriting on the back of the photo describes it as Military Tractor.

25. Airplanes in Line Formation Airplanes in Line Formation Planes lined up in front of signs for "Storage Service Repairs", "Mid-Continent Air Transport", and "Tuxhorn Flying School".

26. Airport Airport ca. 1930 Aerial view of unidentified airport.

27. Aladdin Hotel Aladdin Hotel Promotional postcard of the Aladdin Hotel

28. Amusement Parks Amusement Parks A selection of 8 postcards of Amusement Parks

29. And We Now Have Our Own Flying Field And We Now Have Our Own Flying Field April-May//1922 Photo and article about the air show at the American Legion convention.

30. Argentine, Kansas Argentine, Kansas ca. 1930 Aerial view of Argentine, Kansas residential district, railyard with roundhouse near the Kansas River, and the 18th Street Bridge.

31. Armourdale District Armourdale District ca. 1930 Aerial view, looking east, across the Armourdale district.

32. Armourdale District Armourdale District ca. 1930 Aerial view, looking east, across the Armourdale district.

33. Aviator Art Goebel Aviator Art Goebel circa 1930s Aviator Art Goebel and another man standing outside of the Art Goebel School of Flying at Municipal Airport.

34. Bill Ong Bill Ong 1999 Photo and bio of William Ong, or Bill Ong, "businessman and aviation pioneer" learning to fly "in 1927 at the Bennett Eaglerock Sales Co. Flying School at Richards Field, located in what is now downtown...

35. Branson Airport Is Set to Fly Branson Airport Is Set to Fly April 23, 2009 Commercial passenger flights will begin May 11, 2009, at the new, privately financed Branson Airport. The owners purchased 925 acres in the Ozarks about eight miles south of Branson and "built a runway,...

36. Bureau of Civil Aviation Bureau of Civil Aviation March/14/1922 Article covering regulations for a government-approved "flying field," the term for airports at the time.

37. Carl Bodmer Print Carl Bodmer Print 1841 Unframed (15.75 in. x 21.25 in.) aquatint engraving of Carl Bodmer painting "Sih-Chida & Mahchsi-Karehde, Mandan Indians (Mandan Indianer, Indiens Mandans)," London, published by Ackermann & Co. 96, Strand,...

38. Circus Acrobats Circus Acrobats circa 1890s "The Fying LaVans" acrobatic troupe.

39. Circus Act Circus Act May, 1961 Billy Siegrist Troupe, "Flying Act".

40. Claims Flying Record: Max Conrad Lands in St. Louis after 5,000-Mile Flight Claims Flying Record: Max Conrad Lands in St. Louis after 5,000-Mile Flight September/8/1968 Article about 65-year-old pilot Max Conrad and his successful claim of "the world's record for flying distance in a closed circuit," in the air for 38 hours "from Saint Louis to Des Moines to Kansas City...