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Photo # 1  -- "Cygnet #2, "a tetrahedral kite designed by D. Alexander Graham Bell, built at Baddeck, Nova Scotia, contains 3,960 tetrahedral cells covered with red silk and driven by same motor as the "Silver Dart."   John A. D. "Doug" McCurdy pilot, February 22, 1909.

Photo courtesy June Sturgis, daughter-in-law of early pilot Parker Brooks Sturgis

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