Item Identifier Number
MS-1: Wright Brothers Collection
William J. Tate's home, the former Kitty Hawk Post Office. Photograph was taken when house was used as a parsonage. Typed note on back, "Residence occupied by the Wright Brothers at Kitty Hawk, N.C. in the yard of which was assembled the parts of their first experimental glider. Capt. W. J. Tate then owned the place; later it became a Methodist parsonage and was burned April 7th, 1928. W. A. Betts, Pastor."
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 T2000 XL
Kitty Hawk, North Carolina
ms1_23_7_18; Museums and Memorials; Historical markers; Historic sites; Houses; Wooden-frame buildings; Parsonages; Post office buildings