Item Identifier Number
MS-1: Wright Brothers Collection
Octave Chanute's photograph of the Wright 1902 glider in flight at Kill Devil Hills. The glider has just passed Dan Tate who is in the foreground. The Wright Brothers camp building can be seen in the distance. The Wright brother piloting the glider is not identified. Note on reverse by Chanute "15. Gliding past Mr Tate."
Special Collections and Archives; Wright State University Libraries
Digital Services Department; Wright State University Libraries
Photographic print, black and white
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AGFA DuoScan T2000XL
Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina
ms1_16_1_21; Kitty Hawk and Kill Devil Hills, North Carolina; Gliders (Aeronautics); Wright 1902 Glider; Gliding and soaring; Sand hills; Flight; Sand dunes; Kill Devil Hills (N.C.); Wooden-frame buildings; Tate, Dan