Daniel L. Berek's Photo Gallery

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N13296 photo, click to enlarge
The Heath Parasol existed before there were any light sport aircraft; this 1928 design came fully equipped with a modified Henderson motorcycle engine for less than $1,000.
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Original ca. 1911 Bleriot; rebuilt 1973. On display at the New England Air Museum.
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With an automobile of the same vintage, this Heath Parasol enjoys an outing at the Mid Atlantic Air Museum.
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This aircraft was the third of Jack Northrop's Alpha design off the line. Northrop's all-aluminum monocoque construction with fully cantilevered wing would gain fame in the legendary DC-2 and DC-3 aircraft.
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With this aircraft, Lincoln Ellsworth set out to reach the South Pole. He later donated the airplane to the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum.
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This is the original racer in which Howard Hughes broke the U.S. transcontinental record. She is on display at the NASM in Washington, DC.
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This genuine Sopwith Snipe was part of Cole Palen's original purchase of aircraft when he resided near Roosevelt Field, LI. Cole Palen restored the aircraft and flew it at Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome for a number of years. Upon his death in 1993, he bequeste
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Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh used this aircraft to explore Alaska.
N211 photo, click to enlarge
There are many copies of Lindbergh's world-famous aircraft, but the one and only original is at the National Air and Space Museum.