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The Era of the Dirigible

An early French military dirigible.

An early French military dirigible.

Credit - Library of Congress

Caquot Type R observation balloon.

Caquot Type R observation balloon.

Credit - U.S. Air Force

Front section of the Shenandoah after crash.

Front section of the Shenandoah after crash.

Credit - Library of Congress/Photographed by R.S. Clements

ZR3 entering its hangar.

ZR3 entering its hangar.

Credit - Library of Congress/Photographed by R.S. Clements

"Akron, the world's largest dirigible."

Credit - Library of Congress

Los Angles over the Lincoln Memorial.

Los Angles over the Lincoln Memorial.

Credit - Library of Congress/Theodor Horydczak Collection

The dirigible ZR-3 (Los Angeles)

The dirigible ZR-3 (Los Angeles)

Credit - Library of Congress

Aerial view of the Navy dirigible ZRS-4

Aerial view of the Navy dirigible ZRS-4

Credit - Library of Congress

British dirigible R-100.

British dirigible R-100.

Credit - Library of Congress

The Norge dirigible in England.

The Norge dirigible in England.

Credit - Library of Congress/Detroit Publishing Company Collection

Norge preparing for its polar flight

Norge preparing for its polar flight

Credit - Library of Congress

Landing of Navy dirigible R34.

Landing of Navy dirigible R34.

Credit - Library of Congress/Bain News Service Photo

   
 



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