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 Decade: 1920-1929
 Serial/Series Title: NACA Aircraft Circulars
 Collection: National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics Collection
The A.B.C. "Robin" (British) : a single-seat cabin monoplane

The A.B.C. "Robin" (British) : a single-seat cabin monoplane

Date: September 1, 1929
Creator: unknown
Description: None
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The A. B. Flygindustri "K 37" (Swedish Junkers) : A Low-Wing All-Metal Military Airplane

The A. B. Flygindustri "K 37" (Swedish Junkers) : A Low-Wing All-Metal Military Airplane

Date: October 1, 1929
Creator: unknown
Description: None
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The A.N.E.C. IV "Missel Thrush" light airplane

The A.N.E.C. IV "Missel Thrush" light airplane

Date: November 1, 1926
Creator: unknown
Description: A product of the Air Navigation Engineering Co., the Missel Thrush is a light airplane suitable for private ownership. It is a two seat tractor fuselage biplane with single I interplane struts designed by J. Bewsher.
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Albatros commercial Airplane L 73

Albatros commercial Airplane L 73

Date: September 1, 1926
Creator: Ruhl, Karl
Description: The Albatros was a two engine commercial biplane carrying 2 pilots, eight passengers, and 160 KG of baggage. The framework is metal, the wings having plywood and fabric over the steel tubing. The L 73 was the first 2 engine biplane to be made in Germany.
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The Albatros L 72A : a German newspaper carrier with slotted wings

The Albatros L 72A : a German newspaper carrier with slotted wings

Date: June 1, 1926
Creator: unknown
Description: The Albatros 72A is a normal tractor biplane specifically designed to deliver newspapers by dropping them overboard in bundles for ground transport to pick up. It has a 42 ft. wingspan, and a 220 HP B.M.W. engine.
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Albert TE-1 training airplane

Albert TE-1 training airplane

Date: December 1, 1926
Creator: unknown
Description: The TE-1 is designed for the economical training of pilots and is a single seat parasol cantilever monoplane. It is nearly entirely made of wood, using a 40 HP. air-cooled Salmson A.D. 9 engine, and weighs 255 kg empty.
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Albessard "Triavion" Airplane (French) : A Two-Seat Tandem Monoplane

Albessard "Triavion" Airplane (French) : A Two-Seat Tandem Monoplane

Date: January 1, 1929
Creator: Serryer, J
Description: Autostability is the watchword of this tandem monoplane. The tandem design causes a natural flat flight pattern. It can also land and take off from very short runways.
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All-metal Junkers airplane, type F 13

All-metal Junkers airplane, type F 13

Date: May 1, 1926
Creator: unknown
Description: None
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The Amiot S.E.C.M. 110 C.1 : a single-seat pursuit monoplane

The Amiot S.E.C.M. 110 C.1 : a single-seat pursuit monoplane

Date: July 1, 1929
Creator: unknown
Description: None
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The Armstrong-Whitworth "Argosy" : the latest three-engined commercial airplane

The Armstrong-Whitworth "Argosy" : the latest three-engined commercial airplane

Date: August 1, 1926
Creator: unknown
Description: Describes the utility of multi-engine aircraft with special regard to the Argosy, which will seat up to 20 passengers and who's engines turn out nearly 1200 HP. The Argosy had a top speed of 110 MPH, and a range of 400 miles.
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