Stunning Signed Photograph of Admiral Byrd in Arctic Attire with the Dates of His Groundbreaking Flights Over the North and South Poles
Signed Informal Photograph of the Aviator and Competitor of Charles Lindbergh to be the First to Fly Solo Across the Atlantic and Win the $25,000 Orteig Prize
Signed Photograph by Lindbergh’s rival for the Orteig Prize of his Biplane, the NC726K Curtiss T-32 Condor, Originally Owned by Eastern Air Transport
Rare Signed Photograph of America’s Most Famous Aviatrix in Front of Her “Little Red Bus,” a Lockheed Vega, Now in the Smithsonian
Rare Letter from the American Rocketry Pioneer on His Mescalero Ranch Letterhead to His Student and Clark University Physics Professor Percy M. Roope
Gurney, Harlan 'Bud'
Typed Letter Signed and Manuscript about Barnstorming Pilot’s Adventures with His Close Friend Charles Lindbergh
Levine, Charles A.
Signed Airmail Envelope from the Very First Airplane Passenger on a Trans-Atlantic Flight
Remarkable Typed Letter Signed about Glenn H. Curtiss’ Behavior: “Only one with colossal nerve would dare to come out with the flat statements… that the machine he flew…was the original Langley machine”