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Tag Archives: first flight
“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” -Lao Tzu, Chinese philosopher, 6th-5th c. BC Or, a journey of more than 4.5 million miles through space in 2002 began with a flight of 120 feet on the … Continue reading
CNN will air an interview with author David McCullough talking about his new book, The Wright Brothers, this Sunday, May 10, on Fareed Zakaria GPS (Global Public Square). Photographs from the Wright Brothers Collection in Special Collections and Archives at … Continue reading
As a special treat in honor of the First Flight Photo’s “good run” in the Ohio Memory Madness competition, for a few days only, we have First Flight Photographs (yes there’s more than one—print, that is!) and a piece of … Continue reading