Credit - Library of Congress
Chanute's Lilienthal-type glider.
Credit - Gary Bradshaw; "To Fly Is Everything"
Front view of the Katydid.
Chanute's Katydid Glider
Chanute's glider multiplane model.
Map shows location of "Chanute Hill."
Credit - The Chanute Pages
Multiple-wing Katydid in flight.
Test flight of the Herring-Chanute glider.
Chanute's flying biplane glider.
The 1896 Herring triplane
Chanute camp on the Indiana dunes.
Chanute's 1896 glider
Credit - US Air Force
William Paul Butusov
Butusov poses with his Albatross.
Credit - The Chanute Pages/Library of Congress
Launching the Albatross.
The Herring-Arnot Glider
The Herring bi-motor powered glider
Avery gliding at the Exposition in St. Louis.