Airplanes - Types - Photo of a huge Handley-Page bombing machine which was built by the Standard Aero Corporation, Elizabeth, N.J. is one of the type that will be built in the U.S. for the British government. The machine has a wing spread of 150 feet with the weight of five tons and is capable of lifting from four to six thousand pounds, with two liberty motors. The speed will be between 90 to 100 miles per hour. It is rumored that this type of machine will probably be used in attempting the Trans-Atlantic flight

Chicago citation style
War Department. 1789-9/18/1947. Airplanes - Types - Photo of a huge Handley-Page bombing machine which was built by the Standard Aero Corporation, Elizabeth, N.J. is one of the type that will be built in the U.S. for the British government. The machine has a wing spread of 150 feet with the weight of five tons and is capable of lifting from four to six thousand pounds, with two liberty motors. The speed will be between 90 to 100 miles per hour. It is rumored that this type of machine will probably be used in attempting the Trans-Atlantic flight. 1917-01-01/1918-12-31. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/17341626. (Accessed July 22, 2018.)
APA citation style
War Department. 1789-9/18/1947, (1917-01-01/1918-12-31) Airplanes - Types - Photo of a huge Handley-Page bombing machine which was built by the Standard Aero Corporation, Elizabeth, N.J. is one of the type that will be built in the U.S. for the British government. The machine has a wing spread of 150 feet with the weight of five tons and is capable of lifting from four to six thousand pounds, with two liberty motors. The speed will be between 90 to 100 miles per hour. It is rumored that this type of machine will probably be used in attempting the Trans-Atlantic flight. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/17341626
MLA citation style
War Department. 1789-9/18/1947. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://catalog.archives.gov/id/17341626>.
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