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  1. Glenn Hammond Curtiss (May 21, 1878 – July 23, 1930) was an American aviation and motorcycling pioneer, and a founder of the U.S. aircraft industry. He began his career as a bicycle racer and builder before moving on to motorcycles. As early as 1904, he began to manufacture engines for airships.

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    • July 23, 1930 (aged 52), Buffalo, New York, US
  2. Glenn Hammond Curtiss, pioneer aviator and leading American manufacturer of aircraft by the time of the United States’s entry into World War I. Curtiss began his career in the bicycle business, earning fame as one of the leading cycle racers in western New York state. Fascinated by speed, he began

  3. Glenn Hammond Curtiss was born on May 21, 1878 in Hammondsport, NY. Both his father and his grandfather died when he was 4 years old, so Glenn and his younger sister, Rutha, were raised by their mother and grandmother. From a very young age, Glenn was fascinated with learning about how things worked.

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  4. Jun 29, 2022 · Glenn H. Curtiss and his aircraft are an essential part of aviation history. You may still be surprised to learn that at one time, Curtiss was the fastest man on earth … on a motorcycle. Curtiss was an innovator with motorcycles before he ever touched an airplane; and before his time with motorcycles he made and raced bicycles.

  5. Glenn Hammond Curtiss: Aviation Pioneer Like his main competitors the Wright brothers, Glenn Curtiss was involved in bicycling before he became interested in aviation, first racing bicycles and later motorcycles.

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  7. Sep 23, 1996 · Aviation Pioneer Glenn Curtiss – Enduring Heritage The many contributions of aviation pioneer Glenn Curtiss receive top billing in an upstate New York museum. by By C.V. Glines 9/23/1996 One of aviation’s meccas is Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, site of the first successful powered, fixed-wing flights by the Wright brothers.

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