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Frank Coffyn (right) and Duval La Chapelle posing in a Wright aircraft in front of tents.Frank Coffyn (right) and military passenger posing in a Model B.Kingsland Coffyn (right) and an unknown child posing in a Wright aircraft.Mrs. Frank Coffyn (left) and an unidentified woman posing in an early Wright Model B at an air meet.Mrs. Frank Coffyn (left) and an unidentified woman posing in an early Wright Model B at an air meet.Two men and a woman on a field.  The man in the plaid cap may be Coffyn.Count Jacques de Lesseps (right), two men and a woman on a field.
Frank Coffyn and Walter Brookins at an air meet with a Wright transitional aircraft. Brookins appears to be distracted by the photographer while attending to the engine.Frank Coffyn (left) and Walter Brookins (right) with Roy Knabenshue(center) outside boardwalk shed for Wright transitional aircraft.left to right: Frank Coffyn, Duval La Chapelle, Walter Brookins, Roy Knabenshue, Jacques de Lesseps and others at an unidentified air meet.Portrait photographs of Frank Coffyn (center) and an unidentified man.Frank Coffyn (center), Arch Hoxsey (right), and an unidentified man at an air meet, possibly Asbury Park or Belmont.Group of men, including Frank Coffyn (right), behind a Wright aircraft in the boardwalk airplane shed at Atlantic City.Frank Coffyn in front of an early Wright Model B aircraft after a flight.  Inscription handwritten on reverse:"Just after a flight 2,000 high on Dec 18, '10. Simms Field Dayton O."
William Jennings Bryan congratulating Count Jacques de Lesseps at an unidentified ceremony.Orville Wright (third from left) and the original exhibition team at Simms Station, Ohio.Frank Coffyn at the controls of a Wright transitional aircraft. The blurred man in background resembles Ralph Johnstone.Walter Brookins (left) and Frank Coffyn prior to takeoff on the beach, Atlantic City."The Big Wright Machine The Record Breaker for Altitude, Atlantic City."Note from Mrs. Coffyn to an unknown recipient, possibly written while accompanying Frank Coffyn at Atlantic City.Frank Coffyn (left) and Walter Brookins at an air meet.

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