Glenn H. Curtiss Museum, Hammondsport, NY Photos

The Glenn H. Curtiss Museum, Hammondsport, NY, specializes in the achievements of Glenn Curtiss, aircraft pioneer. Starting as a motorcycle builder, Curtiss designed a series of planes culminating in the Jenny (1917) of which about 7,000 were built for World War I.

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Sculpted Curtiss biplane outside Glenn H. Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Glenn H. Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Replica of "June Bug" by Glenn H. Curtiss, 1st aircraft to fly 1 km, at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Side view of Curtiss' "June Bug" biplane at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.
Sculpted Curtiss biplane outside Glenn H. Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Glenn H. Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Replica of "June Bug" (1908) by Glenn H. Curtiss, 1st aircraft to fly 1 km, at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Side view of Curtiss' "June Bug" biplane at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.
Tail of Curtiss' "June Bug" biplane at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Replica of "Silver Dart" , 1st flown under Alexander Graham Bell in Canada at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Replica of Curtiss "Headless" Pusher at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Replica of Curtiss "E Model" Flying Boat at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.
Tail of Curtiss' "June Bug" biplane at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Replica of "Silver Dart" (1909), 1st flown under Alexander Graham Bell in Canada at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Replica of Curtiss "Headless" Pusher (1912) at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Replica of Curtiss "E Model" Flying Boat (1913) at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.
Engine of Curtiss "E Model" Flying Boat at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Curtiss "Seagull" Flying Boat at Curtiss Museum on loan from Henry Ford Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Curtiss "Seagull" Flying Boat at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Curtiss JN-4D "Jenny" of which about 7,000 were built for WW I at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.
Engine of Curtiss "E Model" Flying Boat (1913) at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Curtiss "Seagull" Flying Boat (1919) at Curtiss Museum on loan from Henry Ford Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Curtiss "Seagull" Flying Boat (1919) at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Curtiss JN-4D "Jenny" (1917) of which about 7,000 were built for WW I at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.
Curtiss JN-4D "Jenny" , used for barnstorming & training after WW I at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Standard J-1 U.S. Army Trainer at Curtiss Museum on loan from Henry Ford Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Olmstead experimental propeller at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Olmstead experimental propeller at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.
Curtiss JN-4D "Jenny" (1917), used for barnstorming & training after WW I at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Standard J-1 (1917) U.S. Army Trainer at Curtiss Museum on loan from Henry Ford Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Olmstead experimental propeller (1914) at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Olmstead experimental propeller (1914) at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.
Model of 1929 Dornier DO-X flying boat at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Curtiss Single Cylinder Motorcycle at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Curtiss Single Cylinder Motorcycle at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Shaw Single Cylinder Motorcycle from Kansas at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.
Model of 1929 Dornier DO-X flying boat at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Curtiss Single Cylinder Motorcycle (1910) at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Curtiss Single Cylinder Motorcycle (1912) at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Shaw Single Cylinder Motorcycle (1910) from Kansas at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.
Buick Model 10 Runabout at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Buick Model 46C Special at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Buick Estate Wagon at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.
Buick Model 10 Runabout (1908) at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Buick Model 46C Special (1937) at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.Buick Estate Wagon (1941) at Curtiss Museum. Hammondsport, NY.

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