A Curtiss Tractor biplane on field at Hammondsport New York. Pilot John Cooper and another man seated at controls.
Biplane Curtiss JN-2 stands on field at Hammondsport in New York. The plane was manufactured by Curtiss Aeroplane Company. The plane has 'Curtiss' written on it.
A film titled 'Military Airplane History'. Samuel Pierpont Langley's Tandem monoplane 'Aerodrome' at Hammondsport in New York. Langley's Aerodrome ready to fly. Men gathered on beach. Aerodrome flying over water.
Dr. Albert F. Zahm performs the first static sand test in United States at Hammondsport in New York. Experimental set-up seen for the tests.
A large 'Tetrahedral Kite' designed by Alexander Graham Bell. The kite was tested for flight at Hammondsport in New York.
Clear aerial views of midtown and lower Manhattan, New York City 1930, but with smoke coming from Hudson River pier of New York Harbor where the North German Lloyd liner Munchen (sometimes Muenchen or München) is seen on fire, shortly after docking in New York after the voyage from Bremen, Germany. Ship emits smoke and fire at the pier. Firefighters spray water to extinguish fire. Views of the piers and slips and dock areas on the Hudson River at New York City and close up views of the firefighters battling the blaze on the Muenchen. The ship subsequently sank at dock. She was raised later in 1930, repaired in dry dock, and returned to service under the new name SS General von Steuben. The ship was sunk in 1945 by the S-13 submarine of the Soviet Union.