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English: Hart O. Berg(1865-19??) (left), the American business agent in France for the Wright brothers, with Wilbur Wright (1867-1912) at Le Mans Aeroclub in 1908. (Berg in this photo was previously misidentified as French inventor and automobile manufacturer Léon Bollée, 1870-1913. In the uncropped source photo at the Bibliothèque Nationale de France online, four people are shown, and Bollee is at the far right, but his face is mostly unseen because of his position. Photo is at URL shown below.)
Date 1908.09.12
Source Bibliothèque nationale de France
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