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Colorful Kite Tales

June 21, 1983 – September 19, 1983

Air and Space Museum
601 Independence Ave., SW
Washington, DC

Location: Space Hall, Gallery 114, 1st Floor, East Wing

See photographs and drawings that illustrate 15 kite stories. Included are accounts of Minamoto No Tametomo, a Japanese father who used a kite to fly his young son to the mainland; Homan Walsh and the kite used to bridge Niagara Gorge; and Paul E. Garber, who developed military target kites in World War II.