With a Camera in the Sky: Samuel W. Kuhnert, Aerial Photographer

Sixteen years after Orville and Wilbur Wright mastered the age-old dream of flight, a World War I army surplus biplane buzzed high above the City of Harrisburg. City residents paused in their labors, gawked at the airborne marvel, this rare phenomenon, the airplane. They could not know that, high above them, a man holding a bulky wooden camera hung precariously out of the open cockpit, taking...
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Taking Flight! Pittsburgh’s Gateway to the Skies

More than twenty million passengers found their way into, through, and out of Pittsburgh International Airport during 1999 alone. (The figure breaks down to six hun­dred flights daily to one hundred and nineteen domestic destina­tions and ten foreign destina­tions.) Had they been attempting to reserve seats on a flight departing Pittsburgh in 1927, passengers would have had to vie for one flight...
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