LOS ANGELES INTERNATIONAL AIR MEET, 1910.
Group of 5 black and white photographs, one 7 x 8 inches, the others mostly 3 x 5 inches.
The Los Angeles International Air Meet, January 10-20, 1910, was among the earliest airshows in the world and the first major airshow in the United States. It was held in Los Angeles County, at Dominguez Field in present-day Carson.
Images include a composite view of the Field by Graham Photo Co., showing various dirigibles, a Curtiss biplane, and Louis Paulhan who dominated the competitions; a Blériot airplane in tent; another Blériot; men posing in front of an airplane (2).