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Wright Brothers National Memorial, North Carolina. Granite boulder marking the site of the first successful flight of a motor-driven airplane made by Orville Wright on December 17, 1903, near Kill Devil Hills. September 7, 1929.
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Wright Brothers National Memorial, North Carolina. View is from the south of Kill Devil Hills in Dare County. September 7, 1929.
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Wright Brothers National Memorial, North Carolina. One of the group of sand dunes known as Kill Devil Hills in Dare County. This is the dune on which the Wright brothers experimented with air gliders between 1900 and 1903. Looking south from the granite monument marking the site of the first successful flight by Orville Wright in a motor-driven airplane. Vegetation is being planted on the slopes of the dune to keep it from moving farther south. September 7, 1929.
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Wright Brothers National Memorial, North Carolina. View is from the north of Kill Devil Hills in Dare County. September 7, 1929.


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