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 1910 to 1929.
Shown above: 1910 Curtiss
Shown above: 1917 Curtiss JN-4D Jenny. The Curtiss Aeroplane & Motor Company was organized in 1916 with headquarters in Buffalo, New York.
Shown above: 1928 Velie Monocoupe 70. The Monocoupe was manufactured from 1927 to 1929 by Velie Motors Corporation. The company was founded by Willard L. Velie, maternal grandson of John Deere. A total of 350 of these aircraft were produced.
Shown above: 1928 Stearman C3B. Stearman Aircraft was founded by Lloyd Stearman in 1927,
Shown above: 1928 American Eagle 101. This aircraft has a top speed of 99 MPH and can cruise at 85 MPH. The American Eagle Aircraft Corporation was started in 19215 in Kansas City, Kansas by Edward E. Porterfield. The company went bankrupt in 1931 and its assets were purchased by the Lincoln-Page Aircraft Company.
Shown above: 1928 Lincoln Page LP-3
Shown above: 1928 Travel Air 4000
Shown above: 1928 Waco 10 (GXE). This aircraft has a top speed of 97 MPH and can cruise at 84 MPH. 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: 1928 Waco ATO
Shown above: 1929 Waco DSO
Shown above: 1929 Brunner Winkle Bird A. This aircraft was produced from 1928 to 1931.
Shown above: 1929 St. Louis Cardinal C2
Shown above: 1929 Curtiss Robertson Robin
Shown above: 1929 Command-Aire 3C3-T. This was manufactured by the Arkansas Aircraft Corporation of Little Rock, Arkansas.
Shown above: 1929 Brunner Winkle Bird CK
Shown above: 1929 Arrow Aircraft & Motors Arrow Sport. Arrow Aircraft and Motor Corporation was founded in 1925 in Havelock, Nebraska. The company went bankrupt in 1939.
Shown above: 1929 Waco CSO
Shown above: 1929 Waco CTO