Babcock 1910
 
Babcock-1911
 
In 1910, Babcock built a vaguely Blériot copy. The first confirmed aircraft built and flown by Vearne C. Babcock and equipped with a 35 horse-power Curtiss engine.
 
A single place, open cockpit, mid-wing monoplane, only one was built.
 
It was listed as scheduled to fly at an air meet in Seattle, Washington, on June 11, 1911, however, poor weather brought the meet to a premature close.