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"The Airplane at Play" (1930s) - Charles S. Draper and Robert M. Love

Charles Stark Draper and Robert M. Love `33 give a wonderful pilot's view of early aerial acrobatics and film them from both the ground and the cockpit. Cameramen Draper and Arthur Rossi, pilot C.W. Sutherland. Location: Framingham, MA. Courtesy of MIT Museum. [T6124]

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This is rare wonderful footage of in-flight whimsey. Acrosandals not required.

Posted 10 months by mpotash

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