Standard Aircraft Corp. (and New Standard Aircraft Co.)

The Standard Aircraft Corp. was formed in Plainfield, New Jersey, in 1916, and supplied three different designs to the U.S. armed services in 1918.  The company dried up for a while after that, but designer Charles Day revived it in 1927 as the New Standard Aircraft Company, which built civil biplanes until the depression killed it in 1931.

Standard J

Standard E

New Standard D