Gustave Maurice Heckscher, a real estate developer and pilot, flew a Curtiss Model F seaplane across a lake in 1913. The U.S. Navy used the two-seat Model F, with a top speed of 65 mph, to train pilots serving in World War I.

The Mystery of the Airplane in the Fishing Shed

Solved—almost 100 years later.

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