The Associated Press
WASHINGTON - A misty black-and-white photograph shows Orville Wright taking off in a Wright transitional aircraft in 1910. Another shot from the same year shows a trio of Wright Co. pilots clowning around before a flight.
These and about 200 others make up The Frank Coffyn Collection, an interactive exhibit launched online Tuesday by the Empire State Aerosciences Museum of Glenville, N.Y.
The online collection features journal entries and photographs of Coffyn, the Wright brothers and other Wright pilots that were taken in and around 1910.
The museum does not plan to display the original pictures, so the only way the collection can be viewed is through the online database.
The Frank Coffyn Collection Web site.
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