Chet flew a fairly wide variety of planes during the 1930’s. As is the case today, he wanted the “latest and greatest” and flew some of the classic aircraft of the era. While at the many air meets he either supervised, competed in or simply attended, he also photographed many other great aircraft of the era.
We have several pages dedicated to these as follows:
We also have a page dedicated to the classic Curtiss OX-5 engine, which Chet loved and got him into a lot of trouble with the NAA.