Aulino Dirigible Airship Company
In 1909, New Jersey assessors recorded $3291 worth of capital stock (and charged $3.29 in state taxes).
According to a blurb in the American Magazine of Aeronautics, the Rev. Dr. Joseph Aulino had designed a balloon which would harness the power of wind through recoil in order to propel a dirigible, whose steering apparatus would be attached to its balloon. Secretary Edward Fischer Brown of 150 Nassau Street, New York, is described as a poet and Zionist as well as a student of aerial navigation. Details of the vessel's design are withheld pending assignment of a patent—which may never have been granted.
- National Corporation Reporter, Volume XXXIV, 1907; p. 773.
- Automobile Topics, Vol. 14 (1907), p. 1623.
- Twenty-Sixth Annual Report of the State Board of Assessors of the State of New Jersey For the Year 1909, Part 2 (1910), p. 36.
- American Magazine of Aeronautics Vol. 1, No. 1, July 1907, p. 36.
|Names||Aulino Dirigible Airship Company|
|City||Newark, New Jersey|
|Key people||Joseph Aulino, Edward Fischer Brown, Cesare Conti|