Item Identifier Number
MS-1: Wright Brothers Collection
Augustus Herring gliding in the Chanute-Herring multiwing or oscillating wing glider. This glider was tested several times by Herring at Little Kill Devil Hill. The assistants are unknown but are probably Dan Tate and Wilbur Wright.
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ms1_15_6_2; Kitty Hawk and Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina; Chanute-Herring 1902 Multiwing Glider; Gliders (Aeronautics); Tate, Dan; Kill Devil Hills (N.C.); Herring, Augustus M.; Sand dunes; Flight; Gliding and soaring; Wright, Wilbur, 1867-1912; Sand hills