PAN-PACIFIC
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION
1915
 
 
Art Smith
 
 
17814 - Art. Smith and His Aeroplane on the Aviation Field,
Panama-Pacific Int. Exp., San Francisco, Calif.
The Exploratorium, www.exploratorium.edu
 

 
 
Art Smith
 
 
ART SMITH
At the 1915 Panama Pacific International Exposition
Assembling the Machine
Captured from the Frank Vail's 1940 Documentary, " Panama Pacific - 1940
You can enjoy the entire documentary by clicking on the link above.
 

 
 
Art Smith
 
 
ART SMITH
At the 1915 Panama Pacific International Exposition
Ready for a Flight
Captured from the Frank Vail's 1940 Documentary, " Panama Pacific - 1940
You can enjoy the entire documentary by clicking on the link above.
 

 
 
Art Smith
 
 
ART SMITH
At the 1915 Panama Pacific International Exposition
Ready for a Night Flight
Captured from the Frank Vail's 1940 Documentary, " Panama Pacific - 1940
You can enjoy the entire documentary by clicking on the link above.
 

 
 
ONLINE RESOURCES
     Using the Google search engine on "Art Smith +aviation", (4-3-04), you will find about 333 links. If time permits, you may want to check most of the links. The one immediately below offers the most relevant information on his participation in the 1915 Pan-Pacific International Exposition.
 

 
 
Art Smith
 
 
Art Smith
 
 
Photo from the collection of Randy Harter/Fort Wayne, IN, 5-1-04
 
 
PANAMA PACIFIC
INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION
     This page, which is to be found on the website of The Exploratorium, www.exploratorium.edu , is the source of the beautiful photograph of Art and his aeroplane which you see above. Actually, it is one of two images which are from a stereograph photo copyrighted in 1915 by the Keystone View Company. The image on the title page is printed in red and blue and may appear as a photo with depth when viewed with the proper colored glasses. You will find instructions as to how it may be viewed in 3D on the homepage of the Exploratorium.
     "Online since 1993, the Exploratorium was one of the first science museums to build a site on the World Wide Web. Our site now contains over 12,000 Web pages exploring hundreds of different topics. We currently serve seventeen million visitors a year. That makes us one of the most visited museum Web sites in the world. Learn more about our Web site."
 

 
 
Art Smith
 
 
ART SMITH AND HIS WIFE - 1915
     His wife's name was Aimee. They were divorced shortly after the Panama Pacific Expo..
Photo & caption from the collection of Randy Harter/Fort Wayne, IN, 4-2-04
 

 
 
Art Smith
 
 
AVIATOR ART SMITH
IN THE BREECH OF A 12 INCH MORTAR

Fort Winfield Scott, Calif. 4-22-15
C G Collins Photo - R31-
Photo from the collection of Randy Harter/Fort Wayne, IN, 4-2-04
 

 
 
Art Smith
 
 
AVIATOR ART SMITH
DISCUSSES RECOIL OF A 12
INCH MORTAR - 1

Fort Winfield Scott, Calif. 4-22-15
C G Collins Photo - P35-
Photo from the collection of Randy Harter/Fort Wayne, IN, 4-2-04
 

 
 
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