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Photo 01: Curtiss P-1 of the 27th PS/1st PG
Photo 02: Curtiss P-1 of the 17th PS/1st PG
Photo 03: Curtiss P-1B of the 27th PS/1st PG
Photo 04: Curtiss P-1B of the 27th PS/1st PG
Photo 05: Curtiss P-1F s/n 28-42 of 43rd Squadron of Kelly Field.
Photo 11: Curtiss P-2 s/n 25-420, the first of the five built.
Photo 21: Curtiss P-3, one of the five built (26-300, 26-189/293)
Photo 31: Curtiss P-5 s/n 27-327, the first of the five built.
Photo 41: The Curtiss XP-6 (25-423) which was designed frome a Curtiss P-2 airframe.
Photo 42: The Curtiss XP-6B (29-529) was a P-1C modified.
Photo 43: Curtiss P-6 26-260, the first production aircraft later converted to a P-6A
Photo 44: A Curtiss P-6D, which had a three-blade propeller.
Photo 45: A Curtiss P-6E of the 17th PS/1st PG in 1934 (code 77). The P-6E was the variant the most buit with 46 copies.
Photo 46: Another Curtiss P-6E of the 17th PS/1st PG (coded 56)
Photo 47: A Curtiss P-6E of 94th PS/1st PG
Photo 48: A Curtiss P-6E serving as liason aircraft at Wright-Petterson field.
Photo 49: Another P-6E of the 17th PS/1st PG (coded 44).
Photo 61: Left side view of the sole Curtiss XP-10 (28-387)
Photo 62: Right side view of the Curtiss XP-10 (28-387)
Photo 71: Curtiss XP-17 was built from a P-1 but didn’t enter production.
Photo 81: Curtiss YP-20 s/n 29-374, the sole of its kind.
Photo 85: Curtiss YP-22 s/n 29-262, the sole of its kind.
Photo 91: Curtiss YP-23 was built from a P-6E.
Photo 92: Side view of the YP-23