General Aviation News reader Ken Rapier, who runs the Tuskegee Airmen Young Eagles program in Chicago, sent a link to a fascinating film clip from Austrian archives. It shows Wilbur Wright demonstrating a Wright brothers aeroplane in Italy in 1909. The Wrights went to Europe because there was little interest in their invention in the United States.
Typically for that era of innovation, there was a motion picture camera aboard the Wright plane, as the last minute or so of the film shows. Wilbur Wright is at the controls for the flights. You can enlarge it to full screen and there are links to information about the film.