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Twin Beech
Twin Beech
silver gelatin lith print

Simply to satisfy the laws of physics, airplanes evolved from the boxy, wood-strut and canvas machine that the Wright Brothers constructed to aerodynamic ones that slipped through rather than pushed the wind in front of them.

Form followed function, rewarding the appreciative eye with gracefully flowing shapes, soft edges and gentle curves.

Early hangars seemed to reflect this style, such as this one in rural Michigan.