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[Paul J. Madden and other servicemen on cable car]
Photograph of Paul J. Madden (left) and other U.S. Navy servicemen on a cable car, San Francisco, California, circa 1943.Inscription on verso: "X-Mas 1943 / San Francisco / Paul + 2 friends of Joe Trotter on cable car."

[Crowd gathered around wreckage of Calbraith Perry Rodgers's Wright Model B aircraft]
Photographic postcard of a crowd gathered around the wreckage of Calbraith Perry Rodgers's Wright Model B aircraft, Long Beach, California, April 3, 1912. Rodgers was killed in this crash.

[Calbraith Perry Rodgers's Wright Model B aircraft after fatal crash]
Photographic postcard of Calbraith Perry Rodgers's Wright Model B aircraft after its fatal crash at Long Beach, California on April 3, 1912. A picture of Rodgers is inset on the left.

[Calbraith Perry Rodgers being greeted after arrival in Pasadena, California]
Photograph of Calbraith Perry Rodgers (left) being greeted after his arrival in Pasadena, California, 1911. Rodgers is draped in an American flag and a woman stands next to him holding flowers.

[Wright Model EX "Vin Fiz" aircraft in low flight over beach]
Photograph of the Wright Model EX "Vin Fiz" aircraft, piloted by Calbraith Perry Rodgers, in low flight over a beach, circa 1911-1912.

[Wreckage of Calbraith Perry Rodgers's Wright Model B aircraft]
Photograph of the wreckage of Calbraith Perry Rodgers's Wright Model B aircraft, Long Beach, California, April 3, 1912. Rodgers was killed in this crash.

[Crowd with wreckage of Calbraith Perry Rodgers's Wright Model B aircraft]
Photograph of a crowd with the wreckage of Calbraith Perry Rodgers's Wright Model B aircraft, Long Beach, California, April 3, 1912. Rodgers was killed in this crash.

[Wreckage of Calbraith Perry Rodgers's Wright Model B aircraft]
Photograph of the wreckage of Calbraith Perry Rodgers's Wright Model B aircraft, Long Beach, California, April 3, 1912. A crowd of people are looking out the windows of the building in the background. Rodgers was killed in this crash.

[Aerial view of beach in Balboa, California]
Aerial photograph of a beach in Balboa, California, circa 1919. Part of the photographing aircraft is visible in the shot.Inscription on envelope: "Ralph Newcomb and Al Wilson over Balboa, Calif. / Alt 4000 / 1919."

[Aerial view of beach in Balboa, California]
Aerial photograph of a beach in Balboa, California, circa 1919. Part of the photographing aircraft is visible in the shot.Inscription on envelope: "Ralph Newcomb and Al Wilson over Balboa, Calif. / Alt 4000 / 1919."
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