Guide to the Joe M. Dealey, Jr. Collection, 1948-
H033-09

Collection Overview

Repository
Special Collections Department, History of Aviation Collection
Creator - Donor
Dealey, Joe M., Mr., Jr.
Title
Joe M. Dealey, Jr. Collection
ID
H033-09
Date [bulk]
Bulk, 1970-1990
Date [inclusive]
1900-2010
Extent
37.81 Linear feet 2 manuscript boxes, 1 half-size manuscript box, 27 boxes of varying sizes and 1framed print (37.5" x 15.75").
Language

Citation

Joe M. Dealey, Jr. Collection, Document name or type, Folder number, Box number, Series number, History of Aviation Collection, Special Collections Department, Eugene McDermott Library, The University of Texas at Dallas.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Special Collections Department, History of Aviation Collection 24 May 2011

800 West Campbell Road, MC33
Richardson, TX, 75080-3021
972-883-2570
[email protected]

Access Restrictions

Materials in this collection are open for research.

Literary Rights Statement

Permission to publish material from this collection in any form, current or future, must be obtained from the Special Collections Department, Eugene McDermott Library, The University of Texas at Dallas.

Provenance Statement

The Joe M. Dealey, Jr. Collection was donated to the History of Aviation Collection, Special Collections Department, Eugene McDermott Library, The University of Texas at Dallas, by Joe M. Dealey, Jr. on September 11, 2010.

Note to the Researcher

The materials in this collection are in good condition. Because the collection was received in increments on various dates and initial processing of the collection had begun at an earlier date, no original order could be determined. The collection in its entirety was then processed/reprocessed, with staples removed from documents and images appropriately interleaved with acid-free paper or placed in polypropylene sleeves. Match heads have been removed from matches contained in matchbooks.

Some of the photographs are captioned on the back of the photographs, and some have been professionally produced with identifying information as well as captions on the back of the photographs.

An identification tag has been attached to each individual artifact.

Materials Removed List

1.25 linear ft. (one record center box) of books originally with the collection have been absorbed by the History of Aviation Collection aviation stacks. Of particular note are several books signed by their author and others signed by aviation notables Charles A. Lindbergh, James H. Doolittle, and Erich Hartmann.

1.25 linear ft. (one record center box) of duplicate books and other items originally with the collection have been de-accessioned.

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Controlled Access Headings

Personal Name(s)

  • Dealey, Joe M., Mr., Jr.

Subject(s)

  • History of Aviation Collection

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Biographical Sketch

Depicted by authors Darwin Payne and Kathy Fitzpatrick in their book From Prairie to Planes as Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport’s “most visible spokesperson,” Joseph M. Dealey Jr. guided the airport’s public affairs for fifteen years and was instrumental in the airport’s silver anniversary celebration on September 22, 1998. Serving from 1984-1999 as a public information specialist and ultimately the airport’s Director of Public Affairs, Dealey was directly involved in many important milestones of the growth and development of one of the nation’s largest and most significant airports. During his tenure, Dealey successfully dealt with several major challenges that threatened the airport’s operations and growth. The airport experienced two major airline crashes: the August 2, 1985 crash of Delta flight 191 while on a normal approach to the airport, and the August 31, 1988 crash of Delta flight 1141 while on take-off. Dealey’s management of the airport’s public response to these tragedies became the textbook methodology for handling future incidents of a similar nature. Throughout its history, the story of commercial aviation in north Texas has been dominated by the desire of the Dallas and Fort Worth communities to establish their primacy as the leader in commercial aviation. The competition between Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport and Dallas Love Field gained national attention through legislation known as the Wright Amendment (which limited the growth potential of Love Field) during Dealey’s service as Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport’s Director of Public Affairs. Dealey was active in thwarting efforts to repeal this legislation and was instrumental in the continued success of the airport to retain its dominance as the region’s most significant international airport.

Born December 1, 1947, Joseph M. Dealey, Jr. represents the fourth generation of the prominent Dealey family, recognized for its leadership and contributions to the growth and development of Dallas, Texas. Dealey Plaza, a National Historic Landmark District since 1993, was named in honor of George Bannerman Dealey, Joe’s great-grandfather, who was instrumental in the commercial and civic development of that Dallas site.

In 1970, following his graduation from Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, Joseph M. Dealey Jr.’s lineage of prominent newspaper and publishing magnates led to the beginning of his first career in the newspaper and publishing business. There he worked in employee relations and later, after service in the Army, entered the Dallas Morning News’ management training program in 1972. He ultimately served as vice president of the newspaper’s parent, A.H. Belo Corporation. Becoming more involved in the newspaper’s executive matters rather than the editorial component of the business which had been his preference, he left the business in 1983. However, his management skills and media acumen served him well as he soon became involved with Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. Since leaving his position at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, Joseph M. Dealey, Jr. has established a communications consulting business in Dallas and has an interest in an independent film company in New York. He remains active in community service and is the recipient of several noteworthy awards and citations. He currently serves as an active member of the Advisory Council of the History of Aviation Collection, Special Collections, McDermott Library, The University of Texas at Dallas.

Joseph M. Dealey, Jr. resides in Dallas, Texas, is married, and has four children.

Source
 Payne, Darwin and Kathy Fitzpatrick, From Prairie to Planes, Three Forks Press, Dallas, 1999.
Source
 "UNT Dallas to mark Dallas Morning News' 125th birthday", Dallas South News, http://www.dallassouthnews.org/?s=joe+dealey (accessed March 29, 2011).
Source
 History of Dealey Plaza. http://www.jfk.org/go/about/history-of-dealey-plaza (accessed March 17, 2011).
Source
 Marquis Who's Who. http://search.marquiswhoswho.com/executable/popupprint.aspx (accessed September 29, 2010).
Source
 Mayborn School of Journalism. http://journalism.unt.edu/people/joe-dealey (accessed March 17, 2011).
Source
 Shuford Hall of Honor. http://journalism.unt.edu/about/shuford-hall-of-honor (accessed March 17, 2011).
Source
 Patoski, Joe Nick, "Joe Dealey", Texas Monthly, September 1, 2001. http://www.texasmonthly.com/preview/2001-09-01/business5 (accessed March 17, 2011).

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Scope and Content

The collection contains both archival material and artifacts collected by Joseph M. Dealey, Jr., primarily during his tenure as a Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport executive. The Joe M. Dealey, Jr. Collection is housed in thirty boxes of varying sizes and one framed print on display totaling 37.81 linear feet.

The collection was received in increments on various dates, in no established order. During processing of the collection, seven series were identified, the first six consisting of archival documents and materials and the seventh consisting of artifacts.

The first series, Personal Papers, is organized into two subseries: 1. Joseph M. Dealey, Jr. and 2. Edward M. “Ted” Dealey.

Subseries 1. contains documents attributed to Joseph M. Dealey, Jr.

Subseries 2. contains documents attributed to Edward M. “Ted” Dealey.

The second series, Manuscripts, contains Edward M. “Ted” Dealey’s manuscript for The Last Fool Flight and the published form of that manuscript as it appeared in The Southwestern Historical Quarterly in July 1959.

Series three, Documents, is organized into two subseries: 1. Airlines and 2. Miscellaneous.

Subseries 1. contains passenger-oriented literature and memorabilia published by various airlines.

Subseries 2. contains documents and literature depicting events and places not pertaining to specific airlines.

The fourth series, Images, is organized into five subseries: 1. Calendars, 2. Electronic Media, 3. Photographs, 4. Photographs, Oversize, and 5. Posters and Artwork.

Subseries 1. contains wall calendars with airline (Pan Am) and aviation illustrations.

Subseries 2. contains VHS videotapes depicting various aviation-related topics.

Subseries 3. contains photographs arranged by topic: aircraft, missiles, and personalities.

Subseries 4. contains oversize, framed color photographs depicting historic events at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.

Subseries 5. contains wall-size posters depicting various topics and artwork, both framed and unframed, including two storefront window posters depicting First Flight Travelogs of the Air by Clara Adams and  The Legend Begins print captioned and signed by the artist Roy Grinnell and A.V.G. "Flying Tigers" pilots.

The fifth series, Philately, is organized into two subseries: 1. Covers and Envelopes and 2. Stamps.

Subseries 1. contains covers commemorating historic aviation events and an envelope from the Civil Aeronautics Administration.

Subseries 2. contains individual commemorative stamps, sheets of commemorative stamps, and framed and unframed sets of the Classic American Aircraft series of U.S. postage stamps.

Series six, Publications, is organized into six subseries: 1. Booklets, 2. Charts, 3. Folders, 4. Newsletters, 5. Newspapers, and 6. Periodicals.

Subseries 1. contains booklets depicting aviation-related topics.

Subseries 2. contains flying charts for use by pilots.

Subseries 3. contains the folder, “Citizens Shelter Instructions.”

Subseries 4. contains issues of the A&NC Times and  Braniff B-Liner newsletters.

Subseries 5. contains clippings and whole newspapers, each of which depicts an historic aviation/space milestone.

Subseries 6. contains clippings and whole issues of aviation and non-aviation periodicals.

The seventh and final series, Artifacts, is organized into six subseries: 1. Airlines, 2. Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, 3. Miscellaneous, Aviation Related, 4. Miscellaneous, Non-Aviation Related, 5. Models, and 6. Personal Memorabilia.

Subseries 1. contains passenger amenities and mementos distributed by specific airlines.

Subseries 2. contains mementos depicting Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.

Subseries 3. contains memorabilia and mementos depicting aviation themes and events.

Subseries 4. contains memorabilia and mementos depicting non-aviation themes and events.

Subseries 5. contains models of airplanes and a plesiosaur dinosaur.

Subseries 6. contains awards and personal items presented to Joseph M. Dealey, Jr.

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Series Description

The Joe M. Dealey, Jr. Collection is arranged in seven series:

Series I: Personal Papers 0.05 linear ft. (2 files in a manuscript box), 1955-2008.

Arranged in two subseries: 1. Joseph M. Dealey, Jr. and 2. Edward M. “Ted” Dealey.

Subseries 1. Joseph M. Dealey, Jr. 0.03 linear ft. (1 folder), 1968-2008.

Retained in original order.

Subseries 2. Edward M. “Ted” Dealey 0.02 linear ft. (1 folder), 1955-1961.

Retained in original order.

Series II: Manuscripts 0.15 linear ft. (2 files in a manuscript box), 1958-1959.

Arranged with Edward M. “Ted” Dealey’s manuscript preceding the story in its published form.

Series III: Documents 0.2 linear ft. (7 files in a manuscript box), 1972-2002.

Arranged in two subseries: 1. Airlines and 2. Miscellaneous.

Subseries 1. Airlines 0.05 linear ft. (3 folders), 1974-2002.

Arranged alphabetically by topic.

Subseries 2. Miscellaneous 0.15 linear ft. (4 folders), 1972-1994.

Arranged alphabetically by topic.

Series IV: Images 15.93 linear ft. (5 non-standard boxes, 1 manuscript half box, 1 negative storage box, 1 roll storage box, and 1 framed print on display), 1917-2007.

Arranged in five subseries: 1. Calendars, 2. Videotapes, VHS, 3. Photographs, 4. Photographs, Oversize, and 5. Posters and Artwork.

Subseries 1. Calendars 2.1 linear ft. (1 non-standard box), 1984-2006.

Arranged by size.

Subseries 2. Videotapes, VHS 0.4 linear ft. (1 negative storage box), 1985-1995.

Arranged alphabetically by topic.

Subseries 3. Photographs 0.2 linear ft. (1 half-size manuscript box), 1917-1978.

Arranged alphabetically by topic.

Subseries 4. Photographs, Oversize 5.1 linear ft. (3 non-standard boxes), 1958-1996.

Arranged by size.

Subseries 5. Posters and Artwork 8.13 linear ft. (1non-standard box, 1 roll storage box, and 1 framed print on display), 1974-1999.

Arranged by size.

Series V: Philately 0.4 linear ft. (1 manuscript box), 1947-2008.

Arranged in two subseries: 1. Covers and Envelopes and 2. Stamps.

Subseries 1. Covers and Envelopes 0.2 linear ft. (3 folders), 1947-2008.

Arranged alphabetically by topic.

Subseries 2. Stamps 0.2 linear ft. (2 folders), 1986-1997.

Arranged by size.

Series VI: Publications 1.04 linear ft. (1 non-standard box), 1919-2010.

Arranged in six subseries: 1. Booklets, 2. Charts, 3. Folders, 4. Newsletters, 5. Newspapers, and 6. Periodicals.

Subseries 1. Booklets 0.01 linear ft. (1 folder), 1962-1993.

Arranged alphabetically by title.

Subseries 2. Charts 0.01 linear ft. (l folder), 1998.

Arranged by chart title.

Subseries 3. Folders 0.01 linear ft. (1 folder), 1966.

Arranged in folded format.

Subseries 4. Newsletters 0.01linear ft. (1 folder), 1949-2010.

Arranged alphabetically by organization.

Subseries 5. Newspapers 0.5 linear ft. (2 folders), 1919-1994.

Arranged alphabetically by title.

Subseries 6. Periodicals 0.5 linear ft. (3 folders), 1950-1985.

Arranged alphabetically by title.

Series VII: Artifacts 20.04 linear ft. (7 non-standard boxes, 4 photo print boxes, 3 CD storage boxes, small, 2 memorabilia boxes, 1 records center box, 1 roll storage box, 1 negative storage box, and 1 framed print on display), 1961-2007.

Arranged in six subseries: 1. Airlines, 2. Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, 3. Miscellaneous, Aviation Related, 4. Miscellaneous, Non-Aviation Related, 5. Models, and 6. Personal Memorabilia.

Subseries 1. Airlines 3.48 linear ft. (2 photo print boxes and 2 memorabilia boxes), 2001-2009.

Arranged by size.

Subseries 2. Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport 4.5 linear ft. (1 photo print box and 1 roll storage box), Circa 1973.

Arranged by size.

Subseries 3. Miscellaneous, Aviation 5.47 linear ft. (4 non-standard boxes), 1961-2007.

Arranged by size.

Subseries 4. Miscellaneous Non-Aviation Related 1.84 linear ft. (2 CD storage boxes, small and 1 non-standard box), Circa 1978.

Arranged by size.

Subseries 5. Models 2.65 linear ft. (1record center box, 1 non-standard box, and 1 negative storage box), 1978-2001.

Arranged by size.

Subseries 6. Personal Memorabilia 2.1 linear ft. (1 CD storage box, small, 1 photo print box, and 1 non-standard box), 1986-1999.

Arranged by size.

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Image ID

It is the researcher's responsibility to secure permission from copyright holders of materials to which this institution does not own copyright.

Images in this collection are identified by a unique number that provides information about the format, record group, collection, series, box, folder, and image numbers. Please use this number when ordering reproductions of images from this collection.

Record Group Code

1 = CAT/Air American Archives

2 = Doolittle Archives

3 = Lighter than Air Archives

4 = George H. Williams, Jr., World War I Aviation Library

5 = History of Aviation Archives

6 = University Archives

7 = HAC Stacks

8 = WPRL Stacks

9 = Cecil H. and Ida M. Green Collection

10 = Belsterling Collection

11 = Closed Stacks

12 = Unidentified

13 = Chance Vought Archives

14 = Twirly Birds Archives

Image Format Code

P = Photograph/Postcard

S = Slide

N = Negative

T = Positive Transparency

B = Black and White

C = Color

Example : 5JMD-1-1-PC1

5 = History of Aviation Archives (HAC)

JMD = Joe M. Dealey, Jr. Collection

= Series Number

1 = Box Number

1 = Folder Number

P = Photograph/Postcard

C = Color

1 = Image Number

Images archived in plastic image holders may also have a location code in the format: 1/TL. In this example, the number is the sheet number and the letters indicate the top left position on the sheet. Position indicators are T = top, L = left, R = right, M = middle, and B = bottom. Position indicators may be combined to describe the position on the sheet, as shown in this example.

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Collection Inventory

Series I. Personal Papers 

Personal Papers. Dealey, Jr., Joe M. 1968-2008   Business card, used airline tickets and ticket jackets, certificates, correspondence, airline lounge membership information, and miscellaneous pilot's information booklets.


    Box Folder
Text   1 1

Personal Papers, Dealey Ted. 1955-1961   Used airline tickets.


    Box Folder
Text   1 2

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Series II. Manuscripts 

Manuscript, Dealey, Ted. circa 1958   Typed manuscript, "The Last Fool Flight," and correspondence related to research and with potential publishers. Letter on Hawaiian Pineapple Company letterhead from H.E. MacConaughey, Vice President, dated August 29, 1927, depicts a contemporary account of the subject.


    Box Folder
Text   1 3

Publication, Dealey, Ted. 1959 July   "'The Dallas Spirit': The Last Fool Flight" by Ted Dealey in "The Southwestern Historical Quarterly," No. 1, July 1959, pages 15-30.


    Box Folder
Text   1 4

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Series III. Documents 

Subseries 1. Airlines 

Airline Bag Stickers, Pan Am. 1974 February   Four sheets of self-adhesive Pan Am bag stickers, two stickers per sheet.


    Box Folder
Text   1 5

Airline Menus. 2002   One Swissair and four American Airlines menus.


    Box Folder
Text   1 6

Airline Timetable, Mexicana. 26 August 1986   Single sheet timetable depicting Mexicana flights to and from Dallas/Fort Worth.


    Box Folder
Text   1 7

Subseries 2. Miscellaneous 

Apollo 17 Launch. 1972 December   NASA invitation to Apollo 17 launch and a folder containing NASA documents and memorabilia depicting the launch of Apollo 17. Memorabilia includes patches, decals, napkins, a post card, and moon currency.


    Box Folder
Text   1 8

Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. 1974-1992   1990 Board members roster, 1988 "DFW Fastfacts," 1987 "DFW Media Guide," "Braniff Place DFW" flyer, 1974 "DFW Airport Guide," 1992 "DFW Annual Report," and two postcards depicting aerial views of DFW International Airport.


    Box Folder
Text   1 9

DFW Museum Concept Paper. 1985   5JMD-1-10-PB1 Artist's Concept of Museum of Flight, Seattle, Washington. Correspondence and concept paper for an international aviation museum and research center for the DFW metroplex.


    Box Folder
Text   1 10

Jonsson Aviation Award. 1994 January 13   Ticket, ticket correspondence, and program for the award luncheon.


    Box Folder
Text   1 11

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Series IV. Images 

Subseries 1. Calendars 

The Art Series. 2006-2007   Two illustrated hanging calendars: "Bombs Away" and "Fighting Aces."


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   2 1

Pan Am Airlines. 1984-1985   Two illustrated hanging calendars.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   2 2

Subseries 2. Electronic Media 

"Aerospatiale Unlimited." 1987 February   VHS tape produced by Aerospatiale Helicopter Corporation, Grand Prairie, Texas.


    Box Cassette
Graphic materials   3 1

To Fly. 1985   VHS tape, a presentation of Conoco Inc., first shown at the National Air and Space Museum.


    Box Cassette
Graphic materials   3 2

Channel 8 Newscast. 1995 April 7   VHS tape of unidentified content and length.


    Box Cassette
Graphic materials   3 3

Subseries 3. Photographs 

Aircraft, Miscellaneous. Undated   5JMD-4-1-PB1 Fokker F.VIII, 5JMD-4-1-PB2 American Airlines Boeing 707 Astrojet (N7538A), 5JMD-4-1-PB3 Drawing of Cessna (N1537D).


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   4 1

Missiles. 1978 December 12   5JMD-4-2-PB1 through 5JMD 4-2-PB16 photographs of missiles, personnel, and an aerial color photograph of the White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico, each accompanied by a fact sheet. Folder includes documents included in a folder which, along with the photographs, were produced by the Dept. of Defense in conjunction with a test of Precision Guided Munitions attended by the Pentagon Press.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   4 2

Personalities. Circa 1930   5JMD-4-3-PB1 group photograph of James Kelly, Ponder, and Reg Robbins, 5JMD-4-3-PB2 group photograph including Kelly and Robbins with their spouses, 5JMD-4-3-PB3 Charles W. "Speed" Holman, and 5JMD-4-3-PB4 Charles Holman with his Laird B1 biplane, "National Eagle."


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   4 3

Personalities, Adams, Clara. 1917-1940   5JMD-4-4-PB1 through 5JMD-4-4-PB15 photographs depicting Clara Adams, her travels and her contemporaries, and 5JMD-4-4-NB16 through 5JMD-4-4-NB40 negative images for the photographs in this folder. Also included in the folder are photocopies of the photographs.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   4 4

Personalities, Glenn, John, Folder 1 of 2. 1962   5JMD-4-5-PB1 through 5JMD-4-5-PB40 captioned press photographs depicting John Glenn and his February 20, 1962 orbital mission in "Friendship 7."


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   4 5

Personalities, Glenn, John, Folder 2 of 2. 1962   5JMD-4-6-PB1 through 5JMD-4-6-PB32 captioned press photographs depicting John Glenn and his February 20, 1962 orbital mission in "Friendship 7."


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   4 6

Personalities, Shepard, Alan. 1961   5JMD-4-7-PB1 through 5JMD-4-7-PB13 captioned press photographs depicting Alan Shepard and his May 5, 1961 first U.S. manned space flight.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   4 7

Subseries 4. Photographs, Over Size 

Box

"Run the Runway". 1996 September 28   Framed photograph depicting a run on behalf of the United Way on a Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport runway. Behind the runners is an unidentified airliner. A commemorative plate is affixed below the photograph.

5

"Shower of Affection". 1996 October 1   Framed photograph depicting fire trucks over-spraying American Airlines Flight 486, the first scheduled aircraft landing on runway 17L-35R at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. A commemorative plate is affixed below the photograph.

6

"Ribbon Cutting DFW Airport Style". 1996 October 1   Framed photograph depicting Jan Collmer in his aerobatic airplane cutting the ribbon on runway 17L-35R at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. A commemorative plate is affixed below the photograph.

7

Love Field, Dallas, Texas. 1958   5JMD-8-1-PB1 through 5JMD-8-1-PB5 depicting scenes at Love Field.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   8 1

Subseries 5. Posters and Artwork 

Posters, Miscellaneous. Undated   "Apollo Initial Lunar Landing Mission" poster prepared in 1969 by General Electric's Apollo Support Group (with related correspondence), "Earth's Moon" map prepared by National Geographic Society (1969), and two storefront window posters depicting "First Flight Travelogs of the Air" by Clara Adams (undated).


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   8 2

Box

Posters and Artwork, Wall-Size. 1974-1999   Collection of six items: four Pan Am travel posters - Italy (2), Poland, and Philippines, aerial photograph poster of Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (circa 1974), and "The Legend Begins" print captioned and signed by the artist (Roy Grinnell) and AVG "Flying Tigers" pilots (1999). Related documents accompany the Grinnell print.

9
Object

"Shamu One". 1988 May 23   Framed poster (37.5"x15.75"x0.75") depicting the inaugural flight of Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 "Shamu One" (N334SW) commemorating the partnership between Sea World of Texas and Southwest Airlines.

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Series V. Philately 

Subseries 1. Covers and Envelopes 

Dallas-Fort Worth Airport. 1994-1999   3 covers, each with a different aviation-related postage stamp, cancelled January 13, 1994, commemorating the twentieth anniversary of Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, and 20 covers, each with a different Classic American Aircraft stamp, cancelled January 13, 1999, commemorating the twenty-fifth anniversary of Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   10 1

Doolittle Raiders. 1983-2008   Two 66th Anniversary Reunion covers canceled April 18, 2008. The covers are signed by the attending Raiders. The file also contains documents related to reunion activities at the University of Texas at Dallas, an invitation to a 1983 reception for Lt. Gen. Doolittle at the University of Texas at Dallas, and the February 21, 2000, obituary for Raider Dean Davenport from "The New York Times."


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   10 2

Civil Aeronautics Administration. 1947 September 25   Used, empty, window-type envelope with cancellation.


    Box Folder
Text   10 3

Subseries 2. Stamps 

Commemorative Stamps. 1986-1997   Presidents of the United States, Ameripex 1986 (envelope and four sheets), First Supersonic Flight, 1997 (packaged sheet of 10), Classic American Aircraft, 1996 (two packaged sheets of 20), Atomic Bombs End WWII, 1995 (three stamps), and First Voyage of Christopher Columbus, 1991 (two packaged sheets of 40).


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   10 4

Classic American Aircraft. 1996   Two packaged, mounted sheets of Classic American Aircraft stamps.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   10 5

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Series VI. Publications 

Subseries 1. Booklets 

Booklets, Aviation. 1962 and 1993   "Astronaut John H. Glenn Orbits the Earth for America February 20, 1962" and "Cretaceous Airport, The Surprising Story of Real Dinosaurs at DFW" (signed by the author, Louis Jacobs.)


    Box Folder
Text   11 1

Subseries 2. Charts 

Charts, Aviation. 1998 November   Dallas-Fort Worth Terminal Area Chart and Dallas-Fort Worth, San Antonio, and Albuquerque Sectional Aeronautical Charts.


    Box Folder
Maps   11 2

Subseries 3. Folders 

Citizens Shelter Instructions. 17 April 1966   Austin-Travis County, Texas.


    Box Folder
Text   11 3

Subseries 4. Newsletters 

A&NC Times. 2010 July-August   Army Navy Club on Farragut Square.


    Box Folder
Text   11 4

Braniff B-Liner. 1949 April-May   Spiral-bound copy of newsletter depicting Braniff's historic initiation of flights to Rio de Janerio, Brazil. Related tear sheets from the "Dallas Morning News" and Dealey's certificate denoting his equitorial crossing have been inserted into the bound newsletter as well as photographs 5JMD-11-5-PB1 through 5JMD-11-5-PB4 depicting Dealey with other individuals associated with the inaugural flight.


    Box Folder
Text   11 5

Subseries 5. Newspapers 

The Washington Post. 1994 September 26   Photocopy of article, "The Enola Gay's Turbulent Flight in History."


    Box Folder
Text   11 6

The New York Herald. 1919 June 16   Photocopy of front page with headline "Two British Flyers Make 1,900 Mile Dash Across Atlantic to Ireland in 16 Hours; Alcock and Brown Win $50,000 Prize."


    Box Folder
Text   11 7

Today, Florida's Space Age Newspaper. 1969 July   Booklet style newspaper depicting "Man's Odyssey To The Moon."


    Box Folder
Text   11 7

The Dallas Morning News. 1969 July 21   Three different issues of the Moonday "Moon Extra" edition of the newspaper depicting the lunar mission of Apollo 11.


    Box Folder
Text   11 7

The Dallas Morning News. 1969 July 25   Newspaper depicting the success and return of the Apollo 11 astronauts.


    Box Folder
Text   11 7

The Dallas Morning News, Special Supplement. 1969 August 13   Special supplement, "One Giant Leap."


    Box Folder
Text   11 7

The Dallas Morning News, This Week Magazine. 1958 July 27   Magazine insert depicting feature articles on dinosaurs and the Redstone missile.


    Box Folder
Text   11 7

The Dallas Morning News, Tear Sheets. 1969    Two tear sheets featuring articles depicting Apollo 12 and Apollo 13 lunar mission activities.


    Box Folder
Text   11 7

Subseries 6. Periodicals 

Air Trails. Circa 1950   Articles from unidentified issues, most of which feature the aviation drawings of Douglas Rolfe.


    Box Folder
Text   11 8

The American Aviator. Undated   Front and back cover pages.


    Box Folder
Text   11 9

ADP A La Une. 1985 January-February   Complete issue.


    Box Folder
Text   11 10

Aeroports Magazine. 1984-1985   Two complete issues: December 1984 and January-February 1985.


    Box Folder
Text   11 10

Fret Aerien International. 1985 January-February   Complete issue.


    Box Folder
Text   11 10

Life. 1961-1965   Two complete issues: May 12, 1961, and June 18, 1965.


    Box Folder
Text   11 10

Newsweek. 1967 February 6   Complete issue.


    Box Folder
Text   11 10

Smithsonian. 1993 April   Complete issue.


    Box Folder
Text   11 10

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Series VII. Artifacts 

Subseries 1. Airlines 

Sound Recording, Aeroflot. Undated   Russian folk music.


    Box Disk
Audio   12 1

Seiko World Time Touch Sensor Clock, Delta Air Lines. Undated   Desk clock.


    Box Object
Realia   12 2

Amenity Kit, Premium, American Airlines. 2009   Red canvas bag in original packaging with contents.


    Box Object
Realia   12 3

Amenity Kit, Premium, American Airlines. 2009   Black canvas bag in original packaging with contents.


    Box Object
Realia   12 4

Amenity Kit, Delta Air Lines. Undated   Brown bag in original packaging with contents.


    Box Object
Realia   13 1

Amenity Kit, Delta Air Lines. Undated   Brown bag with original contents.


    Box Object
Realia   13 2

Amenity Kit, Business Class, American Airlines. 2001   Black plastic bag in original packaging with contents.


    Box Object
Realia   13 3

Amenity Kit, Qantas. Undated   Green bag with original contents.


    Box Object
Realia   13 4

Amenity Kit, American Airlines. Undated   Black bag with original contents.


    Box Object
Realia   13 5

Amenity Kit, Qantas. Undated   Zippered black bag containing socks and blindfold.


    Box Object
Realia   14 1

Amenity Kit, Qantas. Undated.   Zippered black bag containing socks and travel toothbrush.


    Box Object
Realia   14 2

Playing Card Case, Pan American. Undated   Green plastic case with closing flap.


    Box Object
Realia   14 3

Playing Cards, American Airlines. Undated   Sealed deck of playing cards in box.


    Box Object
Realia   14 4

Playing Cards, Unidentified Airline. Undated   Opened box of playing cards on which are printed the names of cities on this unidentified carrier's route system.


    Box Object
Realia   14 5

Baggage Tags, Collection. Undated   Collection of baggage tags from American Airlines, Air Canada, Pan Am, and DFW International Airport (2).


    Box Object
Realia   14 6

Toothbrush, McCarran International Airport. Undated   Toothbrush in a plastic case with pocket clip.


    Box Object
Realia   14 7

Knife, Table, Braniff International. Undated   Knife used with in-flight meal service.


    Box Object
Realia   14 8

Saucer, Air France. Undated   Saucer used for in-flight meal service.


    Box Object
Realia   14 9

Sauce Dish, Air France. Undated   Chipped and reassembled blue sauce dish used for in-flight meal service.


    Box Object
Realia   14 10

Portfolio Bag, Delta. Undated   Blue zippered canvas case with outside pocket.


    Box Object
Realia   15 1

Placemats, Braniff. Undated   Pair of brown leather placemats, presumed to be for use with in-flight meal service.


    Box Object
Realia   15 2

Subseries 2. Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport 

Address Book. Undated   Blank address book depicting a jet airliner flying overhead on the cover.


    Box Object
Text   16 1

Electronic File, ADP Executive Summary Report. Undated   CD in case.


    Box Object
Computer disks / tapes   16 2

Pocket Card File. Undated   Leather case containing blank cards in pockets on both sides. Holder for pen.


    Box Object
Realia   16 3

Pen, ball point. Undated   "Above and Beyond Incentives" ball point pen for pocket card file (see item 3.)


    Box Object
Realia   16 4

Tag, Inventory. Undated   Metal inventory tag #F.A.-00885.


    Box Object
Realia   16 5

Key Ring. Undated   Key ring with oval, metal "DFW" tag.


    Box Object
Realia   16 6

Clock, Travel. Undated   Seiko quartz world time-alarm travel clock in original packaging.


    Box Object
Realia   16 7

Golf Balls. Undated   Sleeve of three MacGregor golf balls imprinted with "DFW Foreign Trade Zone" logo.


    Box Object
Realia   16 8

Key Ring. Undated   Key ring with plastic attachment in the shape of the state of Texas on which "Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport" is printed.


    Box Object
Realia   16 9

Paper Weight. 1973 September 22   Acrylic cube containing a gold medalion commemorating the DFW Airport dedication ceremony.


    Box Object
Realia   16 10

Baggage Tag. Undated   Leather baggage tag and strap.


    Box Object
Realia   16 11

Golf Club. Undated   Ping putter, engraved "Hyatt Bear Creek, DFW Int'l Airport."


    Box Object
Realia   17 1

Subseries 3. Miscellaneous, Aviation Related 

Aeroplane Puzzle. Undated   Double-sided Milton Bradley Co. "Aeroplane Puzzle No. 4020" assembled and displayed in frame with glass front and back.


    Box Object
Realia   18 1

Aeroplane Puzzle, Box. Undated   Shadow-box frame containing box for Milton Bradley Co. "Aeroplane Puzzle No. 4020."


    Box Object
Realia   19 1

T-Shirt, DFW Airport Fire Rescue. Undated   White t-shirt with logo.


    Box Object
Realia   20 1

T-Shirt, DFW Run-the-Runway. 1996 September 28   White t-shirt with logo.


    Box Object
Realia   20 2

Microsoft Flight Simulator. 1991   Microsoft computer simulation for Macintosh, Version 4.0.


    Box Box
Computer disks / tapes   21 1

Sound Recording, Man On The Moon. Circa 1961   Produced by CBS News, narrated by Walter Cronkite.


    Box Object
Audio   21 2

Sound Recording, Walter Brennan. Undated   "The Epic Ride of John H. Glenn" and "Old Rivers."


    Box Object
Audio   21 3

Plate, Commemorative, Apollo 11. 1969 July 20   Texas Ware plastic plate with mission narrative and man-on-the-moon artwork.


    Box Object
Realia   21 4

Clock, Desk. 1992 March 18   Trintec simulated altimeter clock with plate, "DFW Airport March 18, 1992."


    Box Object
Realia   21 5

Lapel Pins, Collection. Undated   Twelve assorted lapel pins and a tie bar, most with aviation themes.


    Box Box
Realia   21 6

Card Game, 52 Fun Things To Do On The Plane. Undated   Children's illustrated card game in box, by Lynn Gordon.


    Box Object
Realia   21 7

Binder, Beechcraft. Circa 1998   Empty 6-ring binder designed to contain a directory of service centers.


    Box Object
Realia   21 8

Binder, Beechcraft. Circa 1998   Empty 6-ring binder designed to contain a directory of international service facilities.


    Box Object
Realia   21 9

Medalion, Frontiers of Flight Museum. 2007   Medalion in pouch commemorating the Hall of Fame induction of Gen. T. Michael Moseley, U.S.A.F. Chief of Staff.


    Box Object
Realia   21 10

Medalion, Tulsa International Airport. 1978   Medalion in plastic case commemorating the airport's 50th anniversary.


    Box Object
Realia   21 11

Matchbook, Air Force One. Undated   Cover depicts a Boeing 707 and the Presidential Seal.


    Box Object
Realia   21 12

Subseries 4. Miscellaneous, Non-Aviation Related 

Stein, Super Bowl XII. 1978 January 15   Ceramic commemorative stein denoting the Super Bowl in the Louisana Superdome, New Orleans, Louisana, between the Dallas Cowboys and the Denver Broncos.


    Box Object
Realia   22 1

Mug, Super Bowl XII. 1978 January 15   Plastic footed mug commemorating Super Bowl XII.


    Box Object
Realia   23 1

Plaque, Super Bowl XII. 1978 January 16   Reproduction of "The Dallas Morning News" front page depicting the Dallas Cowboy's victory over the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl. Metal plate mounted on a rectangular wooden plaque.


    Box Object
Realia   24 1

Bowl, U.S.S. Coral Sea. Undated   Cereal-size bowl with lettering on the rim and a drawing of the aircraft carrier denoting that the bowl came from CVA-43.


    Box Object
Realia   24 2

Calculator, Pocket. Undated   Databank pocket calculator, clock, directory, and "memo minder" in business card-size protective case and original box.


    Box Object
Realia   24 3

Letter Opener. Undated   Stainless steel letter opener made in Germany with sheath into which a magnifying glass is embedded.


    Box Object
Realia   24 4

Wristwatch, Junghans. Undated   Black wristwatch in original package.


    Box Object
Realia   24 5

Subseries 5. Models 

Model, The Spirit of St. Louis. 1992 February   Wood scale model with stand and gift certificate dated December 14, 1991.


    Box Object
Realia   25 1

Stand, Model. 1992 February   Wood stand for "The Spirit of St. Louis" model.


    Box Object
Realia   25 2

Rib, Airplane Wing. Undated   Wood model of a wing rib with the trademark logo and name of Keuffel & Esser Co. on one side and "Rosendahl" lettered with a pencil on the other side.


    Box Object
Realia   25 3

Model, Lehmann Ikarus. 2001   Limited edition reproduction in original packaging, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Ernst Paul Lehmann Company.


    Box Object
Realia   26 1

Model, Plesiosaur. 1978   Blue plastic model.


    Box Object
Realia   27 1

Subseries 6. Personal Memorabilia 

Award, DFW Management Club. 1999   Glass "Keynote Speaker" award in the shape of a cowboy hat.


    Box Object
Realia   28 1

Award, DFW International Airport. 1996, September 28   "Run the Runway" award presented to Joe Dealey. Medallion commemorating the opening of runway 17L-35R and an award plate are affixed to a concrete test cylinder taken for DFW Airport's seventh runway.


    Box Object
Realia   29 1

Award, DFW International Airport. 1996 October 1   Commissioning and dedication of runway 17L-35R special recognition award presented to Joe Dealey, Jr. Medallion commemorating the opening of runway 17L-35R and an award plate are affixed to a concrete test cylinder taken for DFW Airport's seventh runway.


    Box Object
Realia   29 2

Award, Plaque, D/FW Metroplex Air Traffic System Plan. 1996 October 10   Presented to Joe M. Dealey, Jr. Inscribed marble plaque affixed to wood frame. Two letters of commendation and appreciation accompany the award.


    Box Object
Realia   30 1

Motion Picture Clapboard. 1999 January 13   Wood clapboard commemorating "Share The Dream," directed by Joe M. Dealey, Jr.


    Box Object
Realia   30 2

Stand, Clapboard. 1999 January 13   Rectangular, grooved, wooden stand. See Object 2.


    Box Object
Realia   30 3

Award, University of Texas at Dallas. 1986 June 27   Paperweight award commemorating the University's "Volunteer Appreciation Dinner."


    Box Object
Realia   30 4

Baggage Tags. Undated   Nine personalized airline-related baggage tags.


    Box Object
Realia   30 5

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