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Fri Mar 21 17:11:08 2014 UTClccn-n500187220.00The Curtiss Aviation Book. By Glenn H. Curtiss and Augustus Post. With chapters by Captain Paul W. Beck, Lieutenant Theodore G. Ellyson, and Hugh Robinson. With numerous illustrations from photographs0.281.00Golden flyer : march two-step /30339875Glenn_Curtissn 5001872254161Curtiss, Glenn HammondḲerṭis, Glen, 1878-1930lccn-n91113767Shulman, Sethlccn-n50000645Roseberry, Cecil R.lccn-n79059051United StatesNavylccn-n81148458Trimble, William F.1947-lccn-no2004071118Taylor, Walter S.lccn-n79145481Scharff, Robertlccn-n50033371Hatch, Alden1898-1975lccn-no2003040138Studer, Claralccn-n2013025243Post, Augustus1873-1952lccn-n2003005669House, Kirk W.Curtiss, Glenn Hammond1878-1930Juvenile worksHistoryPatentsTrials, litigation, etcPortraitsMusicExhibition catalogsCurtiss, Glenn Hammond,United StatesAir pilotsAeronauticsAirplanesAeronautical engineersUnited States.--NavyCurtiss-Wright aircraftCurtiss aircraftFlorida--Opa-LockaNew York (State)New York (State)--HammondsportWright, Orville,Wright, Wilbur,Aircraft industryFlorida--Miami SpringsFloridaBright, James H.,Florida--HialeahVirginia--Hampton Roads RegionVirginia--Newport News--Atlantic Coast Aeronautical StationAeronautics, MilitaryVirginia--Newport NewsBell, Alexander Graham,Abstraction--TestingCategorization (Psychology)Curtiss-Wright CorporationRead, Bess Burdine,Read, A. C.--(Albert Cushing),Bartram, William,American Civil War (1861-1865)Choate, Joseph Hodges,AmericaDrake familyBartram, John,NamesRiddle, Theodate Pope,South DakotaMenusRemington, Frederic,Lusitania (Steamship)ShipwrecksWaldseemüller, Martin,North Atlantic OceanPatent suitsNeuropsychological testsHerring-Curtiss CompanyBiplanesDance musicMarches (Piano)1878193019001906190719081909191019111912191319191920192219241925192919331937194219441946195319571960196519661967196819721975197619791980198719881991199219931994199619992000200120022003200520072008200920102012201320143048104141629.1300924TL540.C9ocn498348367ocn442165572ocn7985722451124ocn001952166book19120.73Curtiss, Glenn HammondThe Curtiss aviation book101ocn038539190visu19930.56Grant, David AWisconsin card sorting test, revised and expandedA test of abstraction ability which provides objective measures of such problems as: inefficient conceptualization, perseveration, failure to maintain set, and inefficient learining/memory. May also be used as a clinical neuropsychological test to discriminate frontal from non-frontal lesions42ocn003654079book19240.96Herring-Curtiss CompanyThe Herring-Curtiss company, plaintiff-appellant, vs. Glenn H. Curtiss, et al., defendants-respondents44ocn771852719book19370.39Studer, ClaraSky storming Yankee; the life of Glenn Curtiss21ocn442165572book19790.32Bowers, Peter MCurtiss aircraft, 1907-1947HistoryBeskriver Glenn Curtiss ̀flypionerarbejde, de flyfabrikker, der er opkaldt efter ham samt disses producerede fly22ocn558220269book1913Curtiss, Glenn HammondThe Curtiss Aviation Book. By Glenn H. Curtiss and Augustus Post. With chapters by Captain Paul W. Beck, Lieutenant Theodore G. Ellyson, and Hugh Robinson. With numerous illustrations from photographs21ocn498348367score19101.00Losey, F. HGolden flyer : march two-stepPortraitsMusic21ocn867756413book20130.10Curtiss, Glenn HammondCurtiss aviation book11ocn870299125book19930.47Heaton, Robert KWCST : Wisconsin card sorting test11ocn007093778book19120.47Wright CompanyThe Wright Company versus Herring-Curtiss Company and Glenn H. Curtiss, in equity, in the United States District Court, Western District of New YorkPatents11ocn008857914book19201.00Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor CorporationCurtiss Aeroplane and Motor Corporation and Glenn H. Curtiss, plaintiffs - appellants, vs. Albert S. Janin and The Janin Company, Inc., defendants - appellees. Transcript of record. Appeal from the District Court of the United States for the Eastern District of New YorkTrials, litigation, etcPatents11ocn045213080book19121.00Wright Company (Dayton, Ohio)The Wright Company vs. Herring-Curtiss Co. and Glenn H. Curtiss : In equity no. 400. Complainant's recordTrials, litigation, etcPatents11ocn252546176book19680.06Scharff, RobertOver land and sea : a biography of Glenn Hammond CurtissJuvenile works11ocn038861906file19930.47Category test : computer version11ocn708391472book19131.00Account of exercises on occasion of presentation of Langley medal and unveiling of Langley memorial tablet, May 6, 1913, including addresses of Dr. Alexander Graham Bell, His Excellency the French Ambassador Mons. J. J. Jusserand, Dr. John A. Brashear, and Secretary Walcott11ocn270772464book1909Curtiss, Glenn HammondOfficial program11ocn018975818book19110.47Official program, Bridgeport Aviation Meet : under the personal direction of Glenn H. Curtiss at the Bridgeport Aerodrome May 11, 12, 13, 1911Exhibition catalogs11ocn050491883book19191.00Curtiss, Glenn HammondRevolutionizing aeronauticsHistory12ocn177441761mix1.00McCormick, Harold FHarold F. McCormick collection of aeronauticaHistoryConsists of selected papers reflecting the many aeronautical activities and interests of McCormick (Princeton Class of 1895) and papers which he collected concerning the history of aviation11ocn045214048book19121.00Wright Company (Dayton, Ohio)The Wright Company, complainant, v. the Herring-Curtiss Company and Glen [i.e. Glenn] H. Curtiss, defendants : In equity, no. 400. Defendants' recordTrials, litigation, etcPatents7955ocn049383700book20020.23Shulman, SethUnlocking the sky : Glenn Hammond Curtiss and the race to invent the airplaneHistoryBiographyTells the story of Glenn Hammond Curtiss and his quest to construct a reliable and stable airplane, discussing his collaboration with engineers around the world, and the opposition he received from Orville and Wilbur Wright who sued in an attempt to keep Curtiss out of the market+-+08814651555383ocn000323667book19720.28Roseberry, Cecil RGlenn Curtiss: pioneer of flightBiographyBiografi over den amerikanske pilot og flykonstruktør, Glenn Curtiss+-+79175106353164ocn457161591book20100.31Trimble, William FHero of the air : Glenn Curtiss and the birth of naval aviationHistoryBiographyIn this biography, William F. Trimble examines the pioneering work of Glenn Curtiss, a key figure in the development of the airplane during the early part of the century. This book's careful examination of his partnership with the Navy breaks new ground in revealing significant new details of his contributions. Curtiss helped meet the special requirements of the service for aircraft, particularly those with the potential for operating with naval vessels at sea or in conducting long-distance flights over water. He also was instrumental in training the first naval aviators. Curtiss and the Navy continued their collaboration through World War I, reaching a climax in 1919 with the first transatlantic flight of the famed Navy-Curtiss NC flying boat. This book addresses the broader implications of the Curtiss-Navy collaboration in the context of the longstanding trend of government-private cooperation in the introduction and development of new technologies. It also helps lay to rest the persistent myth that the Navy resisted the introduction of aviation+-+54239664062852ocn000441660book19680.06Scharff, RobertOver land and sea : a biography of Glenn Hammond CurtissJuvenile works2597ocn001387744book19420.25Hatch, AldenGlenn Curtiss, pioneer of naval aviationBiography+-+40966744062413ocn001834697book19370.39Studer, ClaraSky storming Yankee; the life of Glenn Curtiss792ocn051898937book20030.50House, Kirk WHell-rider to king of the air : Glenn Curtiss's life of innovationBiographyDescriptions of this man prove to be contradictory and controversial. He was quiet, yet dashing. Kind, yet stern. Uneducated, yet a technological and entrepreneurial pioneer. He began his inventing career by building and racing motorcycles, while creating new internal combustion engines, then moved on to work with dirigibles, airplanes (particularly seaplanes), community development, and travel trailers. In the end, Glenn Curtiss - a man respected by contemporaries for his character - went to his grave accused of fiduciary irresponsibility and patent theft. His bitter patent disputes with the Wright Brothers leave many wondering whether Curtiss should be seen as a hero or a villain when his place in history is considered+-+1753553125782ocn001130461book19660.06Cramer, KathrynGlenn Curtiss : pioneer pilotJuvenile worksA biography of a contemporary of the Wright brothers whose interest in bicycle racing led to contributions in the development of aviation, notably the seaplane and aircraft carrier464ocn003732569book19290.47Seely, Lyman JFlying pioneers at Hammondsport, New York. A very brief outline of the history of "The cradle of aviation" and of the work of invention, development and demonstration of aeroplanes done there by Glenn H. Curtiss, Alexander Graham Bell, the Aerial Experiment Association and their associates between 1908-14History332ocn002913242book19760.32FitzGerald-Bush, Frank SA dream of Araby : Glenn H. Curtiss and the founding of Opa-lockaHistoryBiography261ocn180989628book20080.47Bramson, SethThe Curtiss-Bright cities : Hialeah, Miami Springs, and Opa LockaHistoryBiographyPictorial works+-+6138471406241ocn027109054book19920.73Carpenter, JackPendulum : the story of America's three aviation pioneers--Wilbur Wright, Orville Wright, and Glenn Curtiss, the Henry Ford of aviationHistory241ocn660161918book20100.27Yarsinske, Amy WatersFlyboys over Hampton Roads : Glenn Curtiss's southern experimentHistoryMilitary history+-+K724471406222ocn050289593book20010.24Mitchell, Charles RGlenn H. Curtiss, aviation pioneerHistoryBiographyPictorial works+-+1460503825191ocn054081855book20030.35Carpenter, JackPendulum II : the story of America's three aviation pioneers, Wilbur Wright, Orville Wright, and Glenn Curtiss, the "Henry Ford of aviation" : including how the partnership of Alexander Graham Bell and Glenn Hammond Curtiss led to the founding of the American aviation industryHistory+-+2718255145324141ocn855905163book20140.10Goldstone, LawrenceBirdmen : the Wright Brothers, Glenn Curtiss, and the battle to control the skies"The feud between this nation's great air pioneers, the Wright brothers and Glenn Curtiss, was a collision of unyielding and profoundly American personalities. On one side, a pair of tenacious siblings who together had solved the centuries-old riddle of powered, heavier-than-air flight. On the other, an audacious motorcycle racer whose innovative aircraft became synonymous in the public mind with death-defying stunts. For more than a decade, they battled each other in court, at air shows, and in the newspapers. The outcome of this contest of wills would shape the course of aviation history--and take a fearsome toll on the men involved. Birdmen sets the engrossing story of the Wrights' war with Curtiss against the thrilling backdrop of the early years of manned flight, and is rich with period detail and larger-than-life personalities: Thomas Scott Baldwin, or "Cap't Tom" as he styled himself, who invented the parachute and almost convinced the world that balloons were the future of aviation; John Moisant, the dapper daredevil who took to the skies after three failed attempts to overthrow the government of El Salvador, then quickly emerged as a celebrity flyer; and Harriet Quimby, the statuesque silent-film beauty who became the first woman to fly across the English Channel. And then there is Lincoln Beachey, perhaps the greatest aviator who ever lived, who dazzled crowds with an array of trademark twists and dives--and best embodied the romance with death that fueled so many of aviation's earliest heroes. A dramatic story of unimaginable bravery in the air and brutal competition on the ground, Birdmen is at once a thrill ride through flight's wild early years and a surprising look at the personal clash that fueled America's race to the skies" --61ocn030630948book19880.73Read, Bess BurdineThe private letters of Putty ReadRecords and correspondence51ocn063723351visu20030.21Glenn Curtiss the forgotten eagleHistoryBiographyExplores the life of this aviation pioneer, from his early days as an engine designer and motorcycle racing champion to his days as the maker of some of the world's earliest airplanes51ocn033319987book19750.24American heritage : April, 1975, vol. XXVI, no. 3HistoryPersonal narrativesPictorial worksAnecdotes51ocn016833726book19800.06Ron-Feder-ʻAmit, GalilahGlen Ḳerṭis : ḥaluts ha-mehiruyotJuvenile worksBiography+-+0881465155Fri Mar 21 15:33:00 EDT 2014batch25699