Newspaper Image 1 of The New York times (New-York [N.Y.]), July 14, 1918

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REMARKABLE PHOTOGRAPH OF THE GREAT HANDLEY-PAGE BOMBING AIRPLANE,
Driven by Twin Liberty Motors of 400 H. P. Each, and First of Its Kind to be Built in America, Returning to the Hangar of the
Standard Aircraft Corporation, Elizabeth, N. J., Having Successfully Passed All Tests Imposed by the United States Government.
According to Proposals to the Government, This Is but One of Thousands of Similar Planes to bf Constructed Here for Use by Amer
ican Aviators in Franco and Italy, the Machines Flying the Atlantic Under Their Own Power. The New Plane Was Driven by Lord
William Simphill, of the British Service, Accompanied by Five Other Persons, Including Major Gen. William L. Henly, U. S. A., Chief
of the Department of Military Aeronautics. (Times Photo Service.)
SCENE OF A BATTLE IN THE AIR,
One of the Daring Exploits by Government Aviators Which Thrilled Several Thousand Persons Gathered at the Country Home of
Mortimer L. Schiff, Oyster Bay, L. 1., a Week
Ago, the Aerial Fete Having Been Given
in Behalf of a Fund to Provide
Athletic and Musical Equip
ment for Aviation Training
Camps in the United
States. The Battle
plane Banking Above
the Residence Is
Pouring Machine-
Gun Fire Into
Other Avion. The
Plane in the Left fl
Foreground Is H
Pursuing an
MRS. MORTIMER L.
SCHIFF, HOSTESS, WITH
MAJOR GEN. J. FRANKLIN
BELL AND MRS. CHARLES A. VAN
RENSSELAER.
(Times Photo Service.)
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HANGAR IN ELIZABETH, N. J.,
FOR THE CHRISTENING AND
TEST FLIGHT OF THE
LANGLEY, FORE-
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HANDLEY-PAGE
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PLANES T O
BE BTJILT ON
THIS SIDE
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ATLANTIC.
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JAMES BLAIR WATCHING^
A SUCCESSION OF THRILLING
AIR "STUNTS."
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I HARRY B.
MINGLE,
I Wife of the President of the Standard Aircraft
Corporation, Christening the First Ameriean-
I Built Handley-Page Bombing Plane. Among
I Those with Mrs. Mingle Are: Assistant Secre
tary of War Benedict Crowell, Major Gen.
William Branker of the British Air Ministry,
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AIRPLANE MAKING A PERPENDICULAR
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Times Photo
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Title
The New York times (New-York [N.Y.]), July 14, 1918
Other Title
Combined New York morning newspapers
Combined New York Sunday newspapers
Contributor Names
Library of Congress
Place of Publication
New-York [N.Y.]
Created / Published
New-York [N.Y.], July 14, 1918
Subject Headings
-  New York (N.Y.)--Newspapers
-  New York County (N.Y.)--Newspapers
-  New York (State)--New York
-  New York (State)--New York County
-  Newspapers
-  United States--New York--New York--New York
Genre
Newspapers
Periodicals
Notes
-  Daily, Apr. 21, 1861-
-  Vol. 6, no. 1868 (Sept. 14, 1857)-
-  Suspended Dec. 12-28, 1958; Dec. 20, 1962-Mar. 1963; Sept. 17-Oct. 10, 1965; and Aug. 10-Nov. 5, 1978.
-  Also issued in a continuously updated online version with title: New York times on the web.
-  Also issued on CD-ROM, and microfilm from UMI.
-  Also available in digital format on the Library of Congress website.
-  Large type ed.: New York times large type weekly, 1967-
-  Sunday issue also includes issues of: The New York times book review.
-  Semiweekly eds.: Semi-weekly times (New York, N.Y.), 1857-1867, and: New-York semi-weekly times, 1867-<1880>
-  Weekly ed.: New-York weekly times, 1857-<1896>.
-  Issued monthly in a reduced size publication titled: Little times, <1924-1928>.
-  Latest issue consulted: Vol. 151, no. 52,028 (Feb. 13, 2002).
Medium
12 pages
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Newspaper
PN4899.N45 N48
Library of Congress Control Number
sn78004456
Language
English
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