Manuscripts/Mixed Material Bulletins, from July 13, 1908 to September 28, 1908
Patent Examination: — After making a thorough examination of aerodrome No. 3, “Curtiss's June Bug” at Hammondsport, N.Y., Mr. Cameron reports that he believes there are several patentable features about the apparatus. Messrs. Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie have therefore been requested to make a preliminary examination of existing patents to ascertain whether the details that are believed to be patentable are novel A.G.B.
Co-operative Work :— Work upon aerodrome Nos. 4, and 5 is being carried on simultaneously at Hammondsport and Beinn Bhreagh, and the official headquarters of the A.E.A. remains at Hammondsport for the present.
Messrs. Curtiss and Selfridge are at Hammondsport where they will give their personal assistance to Mr. McCurdy in developing his plans for aerodrome No. 4. Messrs. Bell and Baldwin are at Beinn Bhreagh and they will give their assistance to Mr. McCurdy by correspondence.
Mr. Baldwin at Beinn Bhreagh will give his personal assistance to Dr. Bell in carrying out his plans for a tetrahedral aerodrome which will be No. 5; and Messrs. Curtiss and Selfridge and McCurdy will give Dr. Bell their assistance by correspondence.A.G.B.