Pilot's License; Annual Sporting License for 1928, Signed By Orville Wright, Together with Photos and Related Items. Orville Wright, Douglas "Wrong Way" Corrigan, Charles Lindbergh, Lloyd M. Best, T. Claude Ryan, John Van Der Linde, J. J. "Red" Harrigan, B. F. Mahoney, Hawley Bowlus, Donald A. Hall.
Pilot's License; Annual Sporting License for 1928, Signed By Orville Wright, Together with Photos and Related Items
Pilot's License; Annual Sporting License for 1928, Signed By Orville Wright, Together with Photos and Related Items
Pilot's License; Annual Sporting License for 1928, Signed By Orville Wright, Together with Photos and Related Items
Pilot's License; Annual Sporting License for 1928, Signed By Orville Wright, Together with Photos and Related Items

Pilot's License; Annual Sporting License for 1928, Signed By Orville Wright, Together with Photos and Related Items

Item #08573

Annual Sporting License number 19, issued to Lloyd M. Best for 1928, signed by Orville Wright; Federation Aeronautique Internationale, United States of America [together with] Airplane Mechanic's License issued to Lloyd M. Best, dated February 15, 1934; signed photo of Douglas "Wrong Way" Corrigan waving from the cockpit of his modified Curtiss Robin OX-5; 20 related black and white photos of Lloyd Best, his workplace at Ryan Aircraft and his Lincoln Sport plane with the 35 hp Szeleky 3 cylinder engine, which he built in 1927-28; an 9" x 12" black and white photo of the Corrigan Reception Committee (1938) showing Corrigan, Lloyd M. Best, Fred Rohr, "Red" Harrigan, T. Claude Ryan, Dan Burnett, Doug Kelly and a few others; 8" x 10" black and white photo of employees in the wing shop of B. F. Mahoney Aircraft Co. (1927); an 11" x 14" black and white photo of the luncheon held for Charles Lindbergh in San Diego on Sept. 22, 1927, showing all 125 employees of Mahoney (Ryan) Aircraft Co., showing Douglas "Wrong Way" Corrigan standing just behind Mr. Lindbergh, and Lloyd M. Best seated directly across from Lindbergh. More than a dozen other items are included, such as letters related to Lloyd M. Best's application for a patent for a Machine Gun Control Turret.

Price: $3,500.00