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 Decade: 1920-1929
Supplies and production of aircraft wood

Supplies and production of aircraft wood

Date: January 1, 1920
Creator: Sparhawk, W N
Description: The purpose of this report is to present in brief form such information as is available regarding the supplies of the kinds of wood that have been used or seem likely to become important in the construction of airplanes, and the amount of lumber of each species normally put on the market each year. A general statement is given of the uses to which each kind of wood is or may be put.
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The De Havilland "Moth"

The De Havilland "Moth"

Date: October 1, 1926
Creator: unknown
Description: Officially designated D.H. 60, De Havilland's Moth is a small, simply made, 770 lb. aircraft. It has had it's fittings reduced in number to assist in this, seats 2 (including pilot) and uses a Cirrus 60 HP. engine.
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The Boeing mail airplane

The Boeing mail airplane

Date: August 1, 1927
Creator: unknown
Description: The Boeing Mail Airplane is a biplane with cloth covered wings of wood and wire construction, a top speed of 130 MPH, and a fuel capacity of 100 gallons in two tanks.
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The transformation of heat in an engine

The transformation of heat in an engine

Date: April 1, 1929
Creator: Neumann, Kurt
Description: This report presents a thermodynamic basis for rating heat engines. The production of work by a heat engine rests on the operation of supplying heat, under favorable conditions, to a working fluid and then taking it away.
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The Short S.7 "Mussel" : a training seaplane with 65 HP. "Cirrus" engine

The Short S.7 "Mussel" : a training seaplane with 65 HP. "Cirrus" engine

Date: May 1, 1926
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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Liore-Olivier LeO 194 seaplane

Liore-Olivier LeO 194 seaplane

Date: April 1, 1927
Creator: unknown
Description: It's fuselage is made entirely of wood. It has 6 gasoline tanks each with a capacity of 255 liters. It is a single engine biplane with wings mounted above the body of the seaplane.
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Training airplane "Avia B.H. 11."

Training airplane "Avia B.H. 11."

Date: May 1, 1927
Creator: unknown
Description: None
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The Gloster "Gambet" airplane : a deck-landing ship's fighter fitted with a 420 HP. Bristol Jupiter VI engine

The Gloster "Gambet" airplane : a deck-landing ship's fighter fitted with a 420 HP. Bristol Jupiter VI engine

Date: July 1, 1927
Creator: unknown
Description: None
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The Caproni monoplanes "Ca 97" Italian

The Caproni monoplanes "Ca 97" Italian

Date: October 1, 1928
Creator: unknown
Description: The Ca 97 is constructed with wings half overhung, a large fuselage, all metal construction, and can be configured with 1 to 3 engines.
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