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    • Frye Aircraft Company

    • Interior view of a Frye Aircraft Company classroom in Denver, Colorado; shows an instructor, students in uniform, and a chalk board. Heart shaped logos read: "Frye Aircraft Co."
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    • [between 1940 and 1950?]
    • Aurora, Colorado

    • A Convair B36A bomber flies over Aurora, Colorado. The six engine pusher-type aircraft, which went into service in the early fifties, has broad, swept-back wings wings with three engines on each wing and a glass dome above the cockpit. "U.S. Air...
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    • [1955?]
    • Aurora, Colorado

    • A Convair B36A bomber flies over Aurora, Colorado. The six engine pusher-type aircraft, which went into service in the early fifties, has broad, swept-back wings with three engines on each wing and a glass dome above the cockpit. "U.S. Air Force"...
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    • [1955?]
    • "Dope" house

    • Shows the "dope" house at the Denver Municipal Airport (later Stapleton International Airport) in Denver, Colorado. The single structure belonged to the Humphrey's Aircraft Corporation and was a shop for dope (a special paint) for airplane...
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    • [between 1930 and 1940?]
    • Frye Aircraft Company

    • Interior view of the Frye Aircraft Company in Denver, Colorado; shows men and women in uniform working at tables with vises and metal brakes.
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    • [between 1940 and 1950?]
    • DeHaviland aircraft

    • Model DH-4, mail plane conversion by L.W.F. Co. at College Point, N.Y. U.S. Mail aircraft #32. Photographed: at North Platte, Nebr., ca. 1926.
    • Perry, Otto, 1894-1970.
    • [1926]
    • Ryan B-1

    • View of a Ryan B-1, manufactured by the B.F. Mahoney Aircraft Corporation, in a hangar at Buckley Field in Denver, Colorado.
    • Rhoads, Harry Mellon, 1880 or 81-1975.
    • [1927]
    • Gray Goose aircraft

    • Experimental aircraft. Photographed: at the Gray Goose Airways hanger and plant, 4150 Josephine St., Denver, Colo., February 15, 1931.
    • Perry, Otto, 1894-1970.
    • 1931
    • Gray Goose aircraft

    • Experimental aircraft; view of opposite side. Photographed: at the Gray Goose Airways hanger and plant, 4150 Josephine St., Denver, Colo., February 15, 1931.
    • Perry, Otto, 1894-1970.
    • 1931
    • U.S. National Bank Center

    • Groups of men and women stand near models of aircraft passenger cabins and airplanes in the courtyard of the U.S. National Bank Center at 1740 Broadway in downtown Denver, Colorado. A display reads: "Beechcraft."
    • Mile High Photo Company.
    • [1954?]
    • Vest airport being abandoned

    • View of abandoned buildings and hangars at the Vest Aircraft Company's airport at 46th (Forty-sixth) and Avenue and Colorado Boulevard in Denver, Colorado.
    • Lippoldt, Curt, 1897-1961.
    • [1953]
    • Frye Aircraft Company

    • View of a (possibly) Denver, Colorado, business with neon sign: "Frye Aircraft Company Environmental Division;" shows a commercial building with display windows. A woman reads by a street light.
    • McClure, Louis Charles, 1867-1957.
    • [between 1920 and 1930?]
    • Alexander factory Colorado Springs

    • An automobile leaves the Alexander Aircraft Factory, Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado; license plate reads: "12 624." A water tower and Pikes Peak are in the background.
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    • 1931
    • John "Jack" Swigert

    • John "Jack" L. Swigert, pilot, astronaut, and public servant, points at a cryogenic oxygen tank at Beech Aircraft, Boulder Division, Boulder, Colorado; Keith E. Helart (sunglasses) and Howard E. Mers look on.
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    • [between 1969 and 1971?]
    • Lita Grey Chaplin at Denver Union Airport

    • Lita Grey Chaplin prepares to christen an a Ryan B-1, manufactured by the B.F. Mahoney Aircraft Corporation, at the Denver Union Airport in Denver, Colorado. A pilot stands nearby. Lettering on the side of the airplane reads: "Sunbeam Air Transport...
    • Colorado Photo Co.
    • [1929]
    • DeHaviland aircraft

    • Model DH-4, two-place biplane with 12-cyl. Liberty engine, U.S. Army Air Service Recruiting Squadron from Ellington Field, Houston, Tex. Photographed: at Curtiss-Humphreys Field, Denver, Colo., E. 26th Ave. & Oneida St., August 21, 1919.
    • Perry, Otto, 1894-1970.
    • 1919
    • Examining new military aircraft

    • Men stand near a military aircraft probably near Denver, Colorado. A sign painted on the side of the airplane near the cockpit reads: "Do Not Step On Enclosure Track".
    • Rhoads, Harry Mellon, 1880 or 81-1975.
    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Sikorsky aircraft

    • Experimental Model XPS-2, U.S. Navy amphibian 1-J-21; 1-J-22 in background. Photographed: at old Lowry Field, Denver, Colo., September 8, 1929.
    • Perry, Otto, 1894-1970.
    • 1929
    • Ryan B-1

    • Shows a Ryan B-1, manufactured by the B.F. Mahoney Aircraft Corporation, parked in a hanger in Denver, Colorado.
    • Rhoads, Harry Mellon, 1880 or 81-1975.
    • [between 1920 and 1930]
    • Stinson aircraft

    • Detroiter, 6-place cabin monoplane of Greeley Air Service. Photographed: at Greeley, Colo., November 5, 1933.
    • Perry, Otto, 1894-1970.
    • 1933
    • National Guard aircraft

    • National Guard aircraft, probably P12's, fly over Guard support units at Camp George West in Golden, Jefferson County, Colorado. Guard support from over 20 Colorado towns gathered for review from state and military officials.
    • Rhoads, Harry Mellon, 1880 or 81-1975.
    • June 1933
    • Lockheed aircraft

    • Super Electra, named "Speed Chief" and owned by Continental Airlines; NC-17392, rear view. Photographed: at Pueblo, Colo., May 12, 1940.
    • Perry, Otto, 1894-1970.
    • 1940
    • Alexander aircraft

    • Two-place "Eaglerock" (gull wing) #2784. Photographed: at Alexander Flying Field, Englewood, Colo., June 25, 1927.
    • Perry, Otto, 1894-1970.
    • 1927
    • Alexander aircraft

    • Two-place "Eaglerock" #4196, after crash landing. Photographed: near Ft. Collins, Colo., April 29, 1928.
    • Perry, Otto, 1894-1970.
    • 1928
    • Lockheed aircraft

    • Super Electra, named "Speed Chief" and owned by Continental Airlines; NC-17392, left side view. Photographed: at Pueblo, Colo., May 12, 1940.
    • Perry, Otto, 1894-1970.
    • 1940
    • Lockheed aircraft

    • Model F-5G, NX62828. Photographed: at Durango, Colo. airport, April 14, 1946.
    • Perry, Otto, 1894-1970.
    • 1946
    • Alexander aircraft

    • Two-place "Eaglerock" biplane #32, lettered Aero Corp., Los Angeles. Photographed: at Lowry Field [Denver, Colo.] August 1, 1926.
    • Perry, Otto, 1894-1970.
    • 1926
    • Charles A. Lindbergh inspecting an early airplane

    • Charles A. Lindbergh inspects the engine of probably a Ryan B-1, manufactured by the B.F. Mahoney Aircraft Corporation, in Denver, Colorado. Four men, including two mechanics, watch from behind.
    • Rhoads, Harry Mellon, 1880 or 81-1975.
    • [between 1920 and 1930]
    • Alexander aircraft

    • Alexander "Bullet" #8228, low-wing monoplane. Photographed: at company plant in Colorado Springs, Colo., May 19, 1929.
    • Perry, Otto, 1894-1970.
    • 1929
    • DeHaviland aircraft

    • Model DH-4, U.S. Army #A-30886, from Ellington Field. Photographed: at Curtiss-Humphreys Field, Denver, Colo., August 21, 1919.
    • Perry, Otto, 1894-1970.
    • 1919
    • DeHaviland aircraft

    • Model DH-4, U.S. Army #A-30815, from Ellington Field; front view. Photographed: at Curtiss-Humphreys Field, Denver, Colo., August 21, 1919.
    • Perry, Otto, 1894-1970.
    • 1919
    • DeHaviland aircraft

    • Model DH-4, U.S. Army A-30815, from Ellington Field; side view. Photographed: at Curtiss-Humphreys Field, Denver, Colo., August 21, 1919.
    • Perry, Otto, 1894-1970.
    • 1919
    • DeHaviland aircraft

    • Model DH-4, U.S. Army #A-30749, from Ellington Field. Photographed: at Curtiss-Humphreys Field, Denver, Colo., August 21, 1919.
    • Perry, Otto, 1894-1970.
    • 1919
    • DeHaviland aircraft

    • Model DH-4, U.S. Army #A-30640 from Ellington Field. Photographed: at Curtiss-Humphreys Field, Denver, Colo., August 21, 1919.
    • Perry, Otto, 1894-1970.
    • 1919
    • Alexander aircraft

    • Two-place "Eaglerock" biplane #4. Photographed: at old Lowry Field; E. 38th Ave. & Dahlia St., Denver, Colo., August 1, 1926.
    • Perry, Otto, 1894-1970.
    • 1926
    • DeHaviland aircraft

    • Model DH-4B, group of six U.S. Army planes Nos. 4, 6, 7, 55, 69, and 20, part of a flight of 25 planes from Ft. Sill, Okla. Photographed: to Curtiss-Humphreys Field, Denver, Colo., May 27, 1922.
    • Perry, Otto, 1894-1970.
    • 1922
    • DeHaviland aircraft

    • Model DH-4, U.S. Army two-place biplane; after 1st flight across Continental Divide from Glenwood Springs, Colo. Photographed: landing at Curtiss-Humphryes Field in Denver, Colo., August 21, 1919.
    • Perry, Otto, 1894-1970.
    • 1919
    • DeHaviland aircraft

    • Model DH-4B, U.S. Army No. 1, from Ft. Sill, Okla. Photographed: at Curtiss-Humphreys Field, Denver, Colo., May 27, 1922.
    • Perry, Otto, 1894-1970.
    • 1922
    • DeHaviland aircraft

    • Model DH-4, U.S. Army two-place biplane, in distance; after 1st flight across Continental Divide from Glenwood Springs, Colo. Photographed: landing at Curtiss-Humphreys Field in Denver, Colo., August 21, 1919.
    • Perry, Otto, 1894-1970.
    • 1919
    • DeHaviland aircraft

    • Model DH-4B, U.S. Army #AS-68133, No. 7 of squadron from Ft. Sill, Okla. Photographed: at Curtiss-Humphreys Field, Denver, Colo., May 27, 1922.
    • Perry, Otto, 1894-1970.
    • 1922

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