HOME, BICYCLE SHOP, LABORATORY, WIND TUNNEL, AND AIR FOILSBox 15, File 1: Orville Wright’s laboratory, Hawthorn Street, and the bicycleshop
1. Orville Wright’s laboratory at 15 North Broadway, Dayton, c.a. 1930. Sent toO.W. in July 1944 by H.R. Lookabill. Orville’s Franklin Brougham automobileis parked outside.2. Laboratory, closer front view, c.a. 1930.3. Wright family home installed at Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village,Dearborn, Mich. Corner view. Image taken September 7, 1947.4. The Wright home installed at Greenfield Village. Front view. September 7,1947.5. The Wright home at 7 Hawthorn Street, Dayton, about 1900.6. The Wright home at 7 Hawthorn Street, Dayton, about 1897.7. View of Hawthorn Street showing the Wright home (second from right) duringDayton’s great flood, March 1913.8. The Webbert Building at 1127 West Third Street, Dayton, including the WrightCycle Company shop and the neighboring Keller and Cramner, undertakers.Circa 1909.9. Retouched print of the same image of the Webbert Building, 1909.10.The Webbert Building, home of the Wright Cycle Co. shop, installed at HenryFord Museum and Greenfield Village, Dearborn, Mich. Image taken and sentto O.W. by Karl B. Mills of Dayton, 1944.11.The Wright Cycle Co. shop (Webbert Building) at Henry Ford Museum andGreenfield Village. Image taken by “Dr. Knudtzen” and sent to O.W. in 1947.12.Side view of the Wright Cycle Co. shop taken about 1927-1930 by H.R.Lookabill. Image includes a gentleman, possibly Orville Wright, with twoyoung boys who may be his nephews, watching construction on a site next tothe shop.