About a month later R. Rohlfe, piloting a Curtiss triplane, broke the height record by reaching 34,610 feet.
Curtiss—8-cylinder, water-cooled; 60 horse power; weight 300 pounds.
They lived for a short time with Mr. Curtiss' parents, and then removed to Westfield, Massachusetts.
Curtiss, in 1900, was—like the Wrights—the owner of a small bicycle shop.
Some idea of framework proportion may be had from the following description of the Curtiss machine.
It is a tiny Curtiss triplane, the span of whose wings is only 25 feet.
Naval purchase of several Curtiss hydro-avions after trials at Sevastopol.
The famous Curtiss, Anzani, Renault, and others are all engines of this type.
Curtiss saw her at ten o'clock and found her happy, yet an hour later she had taken this desperate step.
Features of the Curtiss biplane were its smallness and lightness.