• Copy of 1907 Beachey Rubber Cow Photo

    SKU: 22-P-42

     Modern copy, b&w, 5x7", likely of a postcard with text in lower margin: "Lincoln Beachey and his Airship" + advertising text.  Dated in right margin: "July 27/07".  Excellent.

    Price: $4.00
  • Rubber Cow Snapshot Copy - circa 1910

    SKU: 22-P-39

     Modern copy of a rather crude snapshot of a rubber cow, 5x7", no identification.  Excellent.

    Price: $3.00
  • Baldwin Rubber Cow Flown by Glenn Curtiss - circa 1910

    SKU: 22-P-37

     Modern copy, B&W 5x7", pencil annotation on reverse: "Baldwin Dirigible-Curtiss at he controls, Hammondsport, N.Y."  Also a rubber stamp from Paul Matt's Historical Aviation Album with a file no. 4234.  Excellent.

    Price: $6.00
  • Rubber Cow Photo - 1909

    SKU: 22-P-35

     Modern copy of a vintage photo, 5x7", annotated in ink on the reverse "Rushg Co. Indiana Fiar 1909".  Excellent

    Price: $5.00
  • Universal Pictures Photo of Hindenburg

    SKU: 22-ZEPP-11

     Glossy b&w showing the Hindenburg over NYC on her way to disaster at Lakehurst. Lengthy typed text on the reverse regarding the movie and its stars. Excellent, one minor corner crease.

    Price: $10.00
  • Airship Envelope Entrance Hatch Photo

    SKU: 22-ZEPP-10

     Stamped on the reverse from the Aviation & Space Div, National Museum of Science and Technology, Ottawqa, Canada (no date), negative #8177.  8x10 with a 5.5x9" image. Subject shows a civilian being assisted by a navy man into a retractable catilevered hatch in the envelope of an unknown airship. Very good.  SOLD

    Price: $0.00
  • Akron Victim Press Release - 1933

    SKU: 22-ZEPP-9

     Acme official press photo, 5x7", glossy b&w.  Subject of the press release pasted on the reverse is Lieut. George Calnan who was lost in the crash of the Akron off the coast of New Jersey.  Also noted is that Calnan took the Olympic oath for the United States at the 1932 Olympic Games where he was on the fencing team.  Good +; some minor wrinkles in right margin.

    Price: $12.00
  • Press Photo on Akron Disaster - 1933

    SKU: 22-ZEPP-8

     Original official Acme press release, 5x7", glossy b&w.  Subject is US Navy Captain Gordon Haines, Chief of Staff at the Philadelphia Navy Yard who will conduct the investigation into the cause of the Akron airship disaster.  Press release pasted to the reverse along with rubber stamps.  Press release is dated 4/4/1933.  Fair - good; some wrinkles and one corner fold.

    Price: $10.00
  • Press Photo of Fastest Round Trip Across Atlantic - 1928

    SKU: 22-P-33

    Scme News Picture 6.5x8.5", b&w glossy, press release pasted to reverse.  Subject is G.N. Crouse who set a record as a passenger on the Graf Zeppelin to Germany and the SS Aquitania back to the U.S.  Good; usual stamps and marks on the reverse and crayon annotations on verso for publishing.

    Price: $10.00
  • British R80 Airship Photo - circa 1920s

    SKU: 22-ZEPP-7

     Vintage copy, 8x10", image size 6.5x9.5", b&w.  Handwritten text on reverse reads:  "British R-80; note gun position of top."  Good; small margin tear upper right.

    Price: $10.00