Harry Graulich Autographs, Memorabilia & Collectibles
Aviation pioneer Harry D. Graulich (1896-1986) soloed in his first glider in 1913 at the age of 16 and was a member of the "Early Birds", an organization for pilots who received their licenses before 1916. A charter member of the New York Model Aero Club, his later involvement in aviation included working for a number of aircraft plants. Graulich helped build trainer planes for the U.S. Air Force, and the toolmaker also built aircraft parts.
HARRY GRAULICH. ALS: "Harry D. Graulich" and "Harry Graulich" in text, 1p, 8½x11. Riverside, New Jersey, 1967 February 16. On letterhead of Lay-Block to "Mr. Richard Calow, Ozone Park, New York". Begins: "Dear Sir read more...
Sale Price $252.00
HARRY GRAULICH. Photograph signed: "Harry Graulich" in caption on verso. B/w, 5x3½. This photograph was taken in 1913 at Oakwood Heights, Staten Island, at the old Aeronautical Society's field. read more...
Sale Price $180.00