|Rear cover ad on November 1913 issue of "Flying and The Aero Club of America Bulletin", from Orville Wright's library.|
Montgomery, Alabama (March-May 1910)
Huffman Prairie, Dayton, Ohio
Hempstead Plains, Long Island, NY
|The Wright Flying School, Hempstead Plains, Long Island, NY, Aerial Age Weekly, May 15, 1916|
|Wright Flying Field, Inc, Aerial Age Weekly, October 16, 1916 issue.|
Wright-Martin Aircraft Corporation- The Wright Company was merged with the Glen L. Martin Company in 1916 to form Wright-Martin Aircraft Corporation, location Los Angeles, California. Glen Martin left the company within a year, and the company was renamed Wright Aeronautical Corporation in 1919.
|Wright-Martin, July 1, 1918 issue of Aviation and Aeronautical Engineering.|
|Wright Aeronautical Corporation 1928 blueprint|
|Dayton-Wright Airplane Company 1918 publication telling accomplishments of company.|
|Dayton-Wright Airplane Co., July 1, 1918 issue of Aviation Aeronautical Engineering.|
Companies licensed to manufacturer Wright models:
Burgess Company and Curtis Inc.- Licensed to copy Wright Brother airplanes from February 1, 1911 through January of 1914. Named shortened to Burgess Company in 1914, until company closed in 1918.
|Period photograph of Burgess Wright aeroplane. Note Burgess name on the triangular blinkers.|
|1910 advertisement for CGNA|
Flugmaschine Wright-GmbH- Aeronautics, June 1909, announced formation of this company, per Wilbur & Orville Wright A Bibliography, 1968, "which acquired the Wright German patents and the rights for manufacturer of the Wright aeroplanes in Germany as well as sales rights for Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Luxemburg, and Turkey." The board of directors included Orville Wright.
Short Brothers- per Edward Roach in "The Wright Company", "The Wrights....contracted with Short Brothers, a London firm, to manufacture their airplanes in Great Britain."
Recommended Resources for more information:
- The Wright Stories blog "Wright Aircraft Company" by Dr. Richard Stimson
- "The Wright Company" from invention to industry", by Edward J. Roach, 2014
- "The Dayton Flight Factory" The Wright Brothers & the Birth of Aviation by Timothy R. Gaffney, 2014.