The Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum in Hood River, Oregon has a collection of 82 airplanes. Shown below are some photographs of airplanes from 1930 to 1933.
Shown above: 1930 Long Henderson Longster III. This was built from a kit and powered by a converted 4 cylinder in-line Henderson Motorcycle Engine of 23 horsepower.
Shown above: 1930 Davis D-1-K. The Davis Aircraft Corporation was founded by Walter C. Davis in 1929 and went defunct in 1930. A fire destroyed the manufacturing hanger and several aircraft. A total of 38 D-1’s were built.
Shown above: 1930 Fleet Model 7. Fleet Aircraft was a Canadian aircraft manufacturer from 1928 until 1957. It was founded by Reuben H. Fleet. The model 7 was a two-seat primary trainer.
Shown above: 1931 Waco RNF. The Waco Aircraft Company in Troy, Ohio, produced a number of civilian biplanes between 1919 and 1947. The company’s original name was the Weaver Aircraft Company of Ohio (WACO).
Shown above: 1931 Taylor E2 Cub. C. Gilbert Taylor designed the Taylor Club as a small, light, and simple utility aircraft. This was the forefather of the Piper J-3 Club. Taylor Aircraft produced the Cub from 1930 until 1936.
Shown above: 1931 Franklin Sport 90. The Franklin Aircraft Corporation of Franklin, Pennsylvania, built three models of aircraft between 1930 and 1933: the Sport 65 (also known as the A); the Sport 70 (known as the B); and the Sport 90.
Shown above: 1931 Curtiss-Wright “Junior” CW-1. This aircraft had a top speed of 90 MPH and could cruise at 70 MPH.
Shown above: 1931 Buhl LA-1 Bull Pup. The Buhl Aircraft Company was founded in 1925. About 100 Bull Pups were produced beginning in 1930. The company ceased production in 1932 because of the Great Depression.
Shown above: 1931 American Eaglecraft Eaglet B-31. This aircraft had a top speed of 90 MPH and could cruise at 75 MPH.
Shown above: 1931 Spartan C2-60. Spartan Aircraft of Tulsa, Oklahoma produced a number of aircraft after it was reorganized in 1928. The C2-60 was Spartan’s first monoplane design.
Shown above: 1932 B. H. Pietenpol “The Ford Sky Scout.” This was built from plans designed and published by B. H. Pietenpol. It was powered by the Ford Model T engine.
Shown above: 1931 Aeronca C-3 fitted with pontoons. Aeronca Aircraft Company was founded in 1928 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Shown above: 1931 Curtiss Wright Travel Air 12-W
Shown above: 1932 Aeronca C-3. This aircraft has a top speed of 80 MPH and can cruise at 65.
Shown above: 1932 Waco UBA. The Waco Aircraft Company in Troy, Ohio, produced a number of civilian biplanes between 1919 and 1947. The company’s original name was the Weaver Aircraft Company of Ohio (WACO).
Shown above: 1933 Fairchild 22-C7A. Fairchild Aircaft was found in 1925.