Another original Curtiss Jenny, built by the Springfield Airplane Company in Springfield, Massachusetts. in 1918 and delivered to the US Army as its serial number 5002. To civil registry first as NC4800. She returned to the air as N5001 in 1976, but was no longer flying by 1996 and the registration was finally cancelled in 2017.
One of the most famous of all US aircraft is the Curtiss JN-4D Jenny, with more than 90% of American pilots during WWI receiving their primary instruction on the type. This example, one the first 25 of 585 built under licence by the Springfield Aircraft Corporation of Springfield, MA is on display at the Smithsonian NASM's Udvar-Hazy Center. It had been briefly in use as a US Air Service trainer at Hazelhurst Field at Mineola, NY before being acquired by the museum in Nov. 1918.
The Jenny became the US's most famous WWI training aeroplane and by the time production ended more than 6,000 had been delivered, the majority of them JN-4Ds. After WWI, hundreds were sold as surplus to civilians with many Jennies continuing flying into the 1930s. This example is on display at the National Museum of the USAF.