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MS-152: Dayton-Wright Airplane Company Photographs
The photograph shows four male employees of the Dayton-Wright Airplane Company standing beside a Dayton-Wright O.W.I. Aerial Coupe, circa 1919. The O.W.I. was one the last designs by Orville Wright and as a result received his initials as the title. The aircraft could seat three people, two passengers and a pilot. The group of men are listed from left to right, unidentified, Howard Rinehart, Bernard Whelan, and unidentified.
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ms152_077; Dayton-Wright O.W.I. Aerial Coupe; Whelan, Bernard L., 1890-1983; Airplane factories; Male aircraft industry employees; Aircraft industry--Employees; Rinehart, Howard Max, 1885-1949; Aircraft industry