Guide to the Joseph A. Weisberg Papers, 1913-1983
H038-94

 Finding aid prepared by Randall P. Hinshaw

Collection Overview

Repository
Special Collections and Archives Division, History of Aviation Collection.
Creator - Collector
Weisberg, Joseph A., Mr., 1913-1983
Title
Joseph A. Weisberg Papers
ID
H038-94
Date [bulk]
Bulk, 1973-1980
Date [inclusive]
1892-2001
Extent
29.8 Linear feet (Sixteen manuscript boxes, eleven non-standard boxes (15 x 22 x 2), two photo print boxes, (5 1/2 x 7 1/2 x 12), and two photo slide tray boxes, (16 x 12 x 3).)
Language of Materials
Collection is in English.
Abstract
From his early life on, Joseph A. Weisberg was interested in journalism and especially in photo journalism with the focus on aviation topics, which also sparked his interest in flying. During World War II, Weisberg trained on and served as a crew member on Consolidated B-24 Liberators. After the war, he settled in Fort Worth, Texas to assume a position at an advertising agency. Shortly thereafter, he established his own marketing company before deciding in 1973 to go back to his initial interest in journalism. The papers reflect his attempts to prepare written materials and secure funding for several publications, and to collect photographic material to support his publications and for exhibit.

Citation

Joseph A. Weisberg Papers, Document name or type, Folder number, Box number, Series number, History of Aviation Collection, Special Collections and Archives Division, Eugene McDermott Library, The University of Texas at Dallas.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Special Collections and Archives Division, History of Aviation Collection. 26 May 2009

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

Revision Description

 The first revision was a conversion to HTML format. 21 October 2015

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 and Archives Division, Eugene McDermott Library, The University of Texas at Dallas.

Custodial History Note

The papers were first donated to the Frontiers of Flight Museum, Dallas, Texas, by Jodi Weisberg, Phoenix, Arizona, on June 14, 1994.

Provenance Statement

The Joseph A.Weisberg Papers were donated to the History of Aviation Collection, Special Collections and Archives Division, Eugene McDermott Library, The University of Texas at Dallas, by Jodi Weisberg on Aug. 8, 1994.

Note to the Researcher

Several factors influence the “grading” of the photographs in the collection, especially in Series V. The quality of photographic equipment and development processes at the time the photographs were taken must be considered. A significant portion of the photographs are of other photographs, or of document pages containing images.

In addition, many of the pictures have been significantly clipped or edited in a manner that adversely affects viewing the primary subject(s) of the photographs themselves. Finally, a large portion of the photographs have been affixed to other backing media for display or Weisberg’s own purposes; and he has recorded additional handwritten notes to the backing media in many instances. As a result, those photographs recorded to be of poor or fair quality are those which have been retouched, marked or written upon, stained, indistinct (too dark or out of focus,) or possess some other impediment(s) to viewing the main subject(s).

Material Removed List

0.8 linear ft. (two manuscript boxes) containing duplicate archival records, correspondence, documents, manuscripts and photographs, and nine duplicate books and booklets.

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Controlled Access Headings

Personal Name(s)

  • Weisberg, Joseph A., Mr., 1913-1983

Subject(s)

  • History of Aviation Collection

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Biographical Sketch

Joseph A. Weisberg was born November 14, 1913, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He lived there through his high school years, graduating from West Philadelphia High School and attending Drexel Institute. Weisberg then moved to Texas where he attended Texas Christian University (Special Courses Division.) Prior to WWII, he was employed by the Fawcett Publishing Company where he created stories about agencies and people involved in the magazine distribution industry. It was during this period that his interest in writing began to focus on topics associated with his personal interest in flying.

In 1941 he enlisted in the United States Army Air Corps and was assigned to a public relations position at Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas. His responsibility in this position was to prepare stories and related photographs of military and base activities. Initially associated with the Gulf Coast Training Command, Weisberg’s group was reassigned to Tarrant Air Base (later renamed Carswell Air Force Base,) Fort Worth, Texas, in 1942.

Weisberg’s group was again transferred in 1943 to the newly established B-24 Bomber Training Base at Liberal, Kansas. There he was given the opportunity to qualify for flight training, and was assigned as a crew member on a B-24.

He received an honorable discharge in 1945 and returned to the Fort Worth area where he became an associate with the newly created Johnson Advertising Agency. His responsibilities there included photography, publicity, public relations, and advertising. His work was published in Open Road Magazine, Grit, Texas Aviation, Flite Line Times, Fort Worth Observer newspaper,  Metroplex Photographer, and  Antique Airplane Digest. None of these published materials are in the collection; rather, they are referenced in one of Weisberg’s autobiographical summaries.

A few years later Weisberg established his own marketing company. The company prospered; and in 1973, he sold his shares in the company to return to free-lance writing and photo-journalism.

Joseph A. Weisberg died in March 1983. He was survived by his wife, Gertrude; a son, Michael, a college educator in Claremont, California; and a daughter, Ethel, a social agency health administrator in Phoenix, Arizona.

Source
 Joseph A. Weisberg Papers, Autobiographical summaries, Folder 7, Box 3, Series I, History of Aviation Collection, Special Collections and Archives Division, Eugene McDermott Library, The University of Texas at Dallas.

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Scope and Content

This collection contains archival records, correspondence, documents, manuscripts, and photographs that were created and/or collected during Joseph Weisberg’s life and career as a photo-journalist and freelance writer. The Joseph A. Weisberg Papers are housed in sixteen manuscript boxes, eleven oversize boxes, and four photograph boxes of various sizes, totaling 29.8 linear feet.

The boxed materials were received unsorted and unorganized in fair-to-good condition. Initial inspection of the collection revealed the major topic of the materials to be the history of aviation in Texas, particularly in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. There are three major components of the collection: the writings and partial manuscripts of Joseph Weisberg, documents and papers that supported Weisberg’s research, and Weisberg’s photograph collection.

The Joseph A. Weisberg Papers reflect his attempts to prepare written materials and secure funding for several publications, and to collect photographic material to support his publications and for exhibit. The collection does not provide evidence that any of the proposed written materials were actually published. It does, however, contain material documenting Weisberg’s successful photographic exhibit, “Early Love,” in October 1979 as well as the mounted photographs used in the exhibit.

The archivist identified five series with the first series being the Archival Records Series, which is further organized in eight subseries: 1. Illustrations, 2. Manufacturers, 3. Newsletters, 4. Newspapers, 5. Organizations, 6. Periodicals, 7. Personal Papers, and 8. Publications.

In addition to Weisberg’s personal papers, the contents of this series represent published materials collected by Joseph Weisberg. Of special note is the photograph of Weisberg--the only such photograph in the collection--which appears in the Spring 1979 issue of Tabs with an accompanying article regarding his “Early Love” photographic exhibit (Box 3, Folder 10.)

Subseries 1. contain multi-view drawings and tracings of aircraft and aviation scenes - some with narrative descriptions - from multiple (unidentified) sources.

Subseries 2. include company news releases, fact sheets, information and newsletters, Weisberg notes, and information related to vertical flight including: issues of Bell Helicopter News, an essay,  The Rotary Wing Industry --2001 A.D. by Robert Lynn, Bell Helicopter chronological history, articles and clippings about Bell Helicopter, and Lawrence Bell biographical information; histories, articles and clippings about Convair, Weisberg research notes, and information about the B-36 Peacemaker, B-32 Dominator and B-58 Hustler.

The researcher will also find newsletters, article about General Dynamics' Ft. Worth Division, aircraft information sheets, and A Special Report on the F-111 by the editors of  Flying Magazine; biographical information about Allen Guiberson and key Guiberson employees, articles and clippings about the Guiberson diesel engine, Weisberg research notes, and the April 1942 Guiberson Issue of  Dallas; drafts of story about Marine Aircraft Corp.

An October 1977 RCA news release, Space Programs, a synopsis of RCA's contribution to the U.S. and international space programs; a September 17, 1929 copy of Adolph R. Schad's patent for an "aeronautical apparatus" (wing structure.); articles about Temple Aero Corp. and a copy of a page from J. Juptner's  U.S. Civil Aircraft, Vol. 1 describing the Temple "Monocoupe" Model 70 (A.T.C. #70.); miscellaneous documents, clippings and research notes regarding Texas aircraft manufacturers with specific information on: American Eaglecraft; American Flea Ship; Bennett Aircraft; Globe Aircraft Corp.; States Aircraft; and Texas Aero Car; and a LTV annual report and news release providing the history of the Vought Corp. a subsidiary of The LTV Corp.

Subseries 3. contains newsletters from various aviation organizations and associations.

Subseries 4. incorporates published articles by Joseph Weisberg, both aviation and non-aviation related, as well as articles and clippings from other sources aviation and non-aviation related.

Subseries 5. covers reference notes, drafts of an article concerning Aviation Cadets of America, letter dated May 30, 1930 from G.B. Dealey to Martin Weiss, and photocopy of Chapter 4, "Aviation Cadets of America," from an unidentified book; membership lists, newsletter (Special April Issue, Vol. 44, No. 7), and booklet, and manual concerning the Aviation/Space Writers Association; annual Report to Congress and a narrative prepared for time capsule by historian B.P. Curry " Statement On Civil Air Patrol"; founding document, press releases, company folder, membership directory, organization facts sheet, and list titled  Texas Cities In Which Defense Contracts Are Now In Force, in regard to the Texas Aerospace and National Defense Technology Development Council; organization fact sheet, meeting notice, and first draft of newsletter concerning the Writers, Ink.

Subseries 6. features aviation-related articles, clippings and reprints from various, often unidentified, periodicals.

Subseries 7. records the personal papers of Joseph A. Weisberg. Materials are ephemera, autobiographical summaries, research notes for proposed books, documentation of early Love Field photographs for an exhibit, photographs, drafts manuscripts and correspondence related to manuscripts, proposals, and flyers.

Subseries 8. comprises parts of the Directory of Texas Airports, excerpts, booklets and brochures, drafts for  Piper Pacer brochure, documents depicting formation of Aero Publishers, its financing, operating guidelines, and Sheet music  Up In My Aeroplane and  The Aero-Naughty Girl.

The second series is the Correspondence Series, most of which contains Weisberg’s correspondence in regards to his efforts to publish various materials and to secure funding for publication of a book project.

The majority of letters are generally related to topics being researched, or to Weisberg's publication efforts; many with hand-written notes or edits; the correspondence also features letters not sent by nor received by Joseph Weisberg. Many are of historical interest, such as the letter from Benjamin Foulois responding to telegram from Amon Carter from October 1, 1917.

The third series is the Documents Series, which is further organized in seventeen subseries: 1. Air Mail, 2. Air Races, 3. Air Shows, 4. Aircraft, 5. Airlines, 6. Airports, 7. Directory, 8. Heliports, 9. Locations (Cities,) 10. Lighter-Than-Air, 11. Military Aviation, 12. Miscellaneous, 13. Personalities, 14. References, 15. Schools, 16. 1929 World Endurance Flight, and 17. Oversize.

The contents of this series represent research materials collected and used by Joseph Weisberg in the compilation of his written articles and manuscripts.

Subseries 1. includes History of Fort Worth/Dallas Air Mail and Airlines;  Subcontract for Mail Service;  Contract for Air Mail Service; and air mail contract dated September 28, 1927, for R.C. and Temple Bowen regarding Fort Worth and Dallas.

Subseries 2. covers the paper: The Dole Air Race by Walter Curley; FAA General Aviation News article:  The Conclusion of the Dole Air Race; unattributed manuscript:  The Dallas Spirit and  The Last Fool Flight; and photocopies of newspaper articles and clippings related generally to the air race and specifically to Bill Erwin.

Subseries 3. contains Desert Sportsman Pilot's Association air show program regarding the Festival of Flight in Phoenix, Arizona and documentation of the Southwestern Aviation Exposition, Fort Worth, Texas.

Subseries 4. features a typed manuscript, Boeing Public Relations press release, and various articles and clippings pertaining to the 1949 first non-stop flight around-the-world by the Boeing B-50 Lucky Lady II.

Subseries 5. includes newspaper articles and clippings, research notes, press releases, and American Airlines publications and forms documenting the airline's history, operations (particularly air freight) and career of its president, C.R. Smith.

Materials for Bowen Air Lines are articles, clippings, and research notes documenting the airline's history, operations and career of its founder, Temple G. Bowen, as well as a photocopy of capital stock certificate for 1000 shares issued to R.C. Bowen.

Braniff Airways is documented through articles and clippings, and research notes documenting the airline's history, operations and career of its founders, Tom and Paul Braniff, of interest are the Chronological History of Braniff Airways and  Braniff Airways Story booklet; a Southwest Airlines features a press kit; Texas Air Transport and the Texas Airlines include articles, clippings, notes documenting the development of the airlines, their history, operations, and personnel.

Subseries 6. consists of articles, clippings, notes, documents, manuscripts, correspondence, and narratives regarding the Dallas/Fort Worth Regional Airport, Fort Worth International Airport, Dallas Love Field Airport, and Meacham Field in Fort Worth, Texas. Of interest are the narratives A History of Cooper Airmotive, and  Why a Non-Glomerate remarks by R. Cizik, President and CEO.

Subseries 7. contains the Journal of Aerospace Education and the OX5 Aviation Pioneers membership roster.

Subseries 8. cover manuscripts, articles, and clipping in regards to the heliports of Tarrant County, Texas.

Subseries 9. encompasses manuscripts, articles, clippings, research notes, and narratives featuring the aviation history of Forth Worth, Texas; Houston, Texas; San Antonio, Texas; Waco, Texas, and Wichita Falls, Texas.

Subseries 10. embraces manuscripts, notes, transcript of an address by Frederick Tobin to the Texas Aviation Historical Society , brochures, and articles.

Subseries 11. incorporates manuscripts, notes, oral history transcripts, booklets, articles, clippings excerpts in regards to Hicks Filed, Fort Worth, Texas; Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas; Carruthers Field, Benbrook, Texas; Camp Dick; Barron Field, Everman City, Texas; Hensley Field, Dallas, Texas; Taliaferro Field, Hicks, Texas; Ellington Field, Houston, Texas; Brooks and Kelly Airfields, San Antonio, Texas; Rich Field, Waco, Texas; and Call Field, Wichita Falls, Texas.

Subseries 12. contains aviation and non-aviation related single documents and items unattributable to other record folders.

Subseries 13. covers manuscripts, poems, biographical sketches, military records, excerpts, fact sheets, images, ephemera, memorabilia, maps, directories, articles, clippings, research notes and documents providing biographical information about various aviation personalities. Of interest is a "signed" Lindbergh pen and ink portrait as well as a map of 1977 50th Anniversary Lindbergh Commemorative Tour of the U.S. Documents pertain to Lindbergh's original goodwill tour visit to Dallas/Fort Worth and the 50th anniversary visit by the replica  Spirit of St. Louis.

Subseries 14. includes manuscripts, articles, clippings, copies of photographs, regarding Horace Carswell and Carswell Air Force Base (AFB).

Subseries 15. embraces research notes, images, ephemera, flyers, brochures, newsletters, photograph captions, and press release for Texas Christian University (TCU) and the History of Aviation Collection (HAC) of the Eugene McDermott Library, The University of Texas at Dallas (UTD).

Subseries 16. consists of manuscripts regarding the flight and pilots; photocopy of "Complimentary Dinner in Honor of Reg L. Robbins, James H. Kelly, K.K. Hoffman and H.S. Jones Given By Fort Worth Association of Commerce" on June 1. 1929; research notes, as well as written accounts of the flight, flight log, N.A.A. flight certification, correspondence, newspaper articles and clippings, and miscellaneous documents.

Subseries 17. Documents include Early Love proposed book jacket;  Antique Airplane book jacket; three-view, illustrated Chance Vought/Vought airplane drawings (8); tracings (6); captioned Lockheed aircraft drawings (12); Bell (1) and American Airlines folders (2); mounted three-view drawing of 1909 Bleriot; copy. 1920 Love Field Industrial District stock certificate; mounted Texas airport directories; mounted clippings, illustrations and documents; copies and reprints of periodical covers and articles; copies and reprints of newspaper articles and sections (1927-1978); notes from interviews and manuscript pages typed on "teletype" paper scrolls; "Southwest Scene"  Dallas Morning News Sunday Magazine insert dated April 15. 1973; and six-panel cardboard display of  Love Field Newspaper Clips (1957-1969).

The fourth series is the Manuscripts Series, which is further organized in five subseries: 1. Burlage, George Edward, 2. Dewey, John P., 3. Korth, Fritz-Alan, 4. Unidentified Author, and 5. Weisberg, Joseph A.

Subseries 1. contains a thesis by Burlage about the decision making process in regards to the Dallas/Fort Worth Regional Airport.

Subseries 2. documents the WWI life and military career of William P. Erwin in text and photographs.

Subseries 3. includes a senior thesis, "Submitted to the Dept. of Politics…Princeton University" documenting in text and photographs the development of commercial aviation in Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas.

Subseries 4. encompasses excerpts and partial pages from books and materials authored by Weisberg.

Subseries 5. features publications by Weisberg about the Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, early Love Field airport, Fort Worth aviation, and other aviation related topics.

The fifth series is the Photograph Series, which is further organized in six subseries: 1. Size larger than 5 x 7 and smaller than 8.5 x 11, 2. Oversize, Mounted, "Early Love" Exhibit, 3. Oversize, Mounted, 4. Oversize, 5. Smaller than 5 x 7, and 6. Slides.

The photographs in this series are grouped by size for convenience of storage; but consistent topic/folder titles have been used throughout. Hence, when searching for a photograph of Love Field, it is possible to search for this topic in each size category of photograph. Weisberg’s own photograph captions are noted in the collection record in quotation marks and use his own nomenclature, spelling and abbreviations.

Subseries 1. depicts the 20th Aero Squadron Reunion at Carswell AFB, air museums, various types of civil, commercial, and military aircraft and lighter-than-air aircraft throughout the history of flight, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Dallas Love Field Airport, Meacham Field, Fort Worth Airport. Topics also include barnstorming and aerobatic fliers, military airfields, missiles, and aviators and aviatrices.

Subseries 2. contains the mounted cartons of the "Early Love" exhibit showcasing the airfield, aircraft, buildings, personnel regarding the history from airfield to airport throughout its exsistance.

Subseries 3. includes images of aircraft manufacturers, aviation schools, and civil, commercial, lighter-than-air, military - jet era, military WWI and Golden Age, military - WWII, and vertical flight craft airplanes.

Subseries 4. features facilities, events and aircraft associated with Love Field, Dallas, Texas, and other unidentified airports, civil and commercial as well as military aircraft, lighter-than-air, vertical flight, airlines, air mail, non-aviation topics and people and personalities.

Subseries 5. highlights the 20th Aero Squadron Reunion, air mail, aerobatic, civil, commerical and lighter-than air aircraft; aircraft manufacturers and schools; WWI airplanes, aviation pioneers and history events; Texas airports, Care Flite helicopters, non-aviation topics, personalities and people, and space.

Subseries 6. covers jet airliner, air shows, air races, oxygen chamber testing, military aircraft of WWII, National Air and Space Museum, midget and home-built racing airplanes, radio-controlled airplanes, Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, seaplanes, aerial photographs, aerobatics, aircraft, Spruce Goose, space, and museums.

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Series Description

The Joseph A. Weisberg Papers are arranged in five series:

Series I. Archival Records 3.8 linear ft. (five manuscript boxes, and one non-standard box), 1892-1983.

Arranged in eight subseries: 1. Illustrations, 2. Manufacturer Data, 3. Newsletters, 4. Newspapers, 5. Organizations, 6. Periodicals, 7. Personal Papers, and 8. Publications.

Subseries 1. Illustrations 0.1 linear ft. (one folder), undated.

Arranged by type of illustration.

Subseries 2. Manufacturer Data 0.3 linear ft. (ten folders), undated.

Arranged alphabetically by manufacturers' names.

Subseries 3. Newsletters 0.1 linear ft. (one folder), 1962-1979.

Arranged alphabetically by organization.

Subseries 4. Newspapers 0.27 linear ft. (seven folders), 1911-1987.

Arranged chronologically by date.

Subseries 5. Organization 0.2 linear ft. (five folders), undated.

Arranged alphabetically by organization.

Subseries 6. Periodicals 0.2 linear ft. (five folders), 1892-1982.

Arranged chronologically and/or by topic.

Subseries 7. Personal Papers 0.6 linear ft. (nine folders), 1979.

Arranged by subject.

Subseries 8. Publication 0.2 linear ft. (six folders), 1979.

Arranged alphabetically by topic.

Series II. Correspondence 0.2 linear ft. (three folders), 1917-1983.

Arranged chronologically by date.

Series III. Documents 4.2 linear ft. (six manuscript boxes and one non-standard box), 1920-1978.

Arranged into seventeen subseries: 1. Air Mail, 2. Air Races, 3. Air Shows, 4. Aircraft, 5. Airlines, 6. Airports, 7. Directory, 8. Heliports, 9. Locations, 10. Lighter-Than-Air, 11. Military Aviation, 12. Miscellaneous, 13. Personalities, 14. References, 15. Schools, 16. World Endurance Flight, and 17. Oversize.

Subseries 1. Air Mail 0.1 linear ft. (one folder), undated.

Arranged alphabetically.

Subseries 2. Air Races 0.1 linear ft. (one folder), undated.

Arranged alphabetically.

Subseries 3. Air Shows 0.1 linear ft. (two folders), undated.

Arranged alphabetically.

Subseries 4. Aircraft 0.1 linear ft. (one folder), undated.

Arranged alphabetically by manufacturer.

Subseries 5. Airlines 0.2 linear ft. (six folders), undated.

Arranged alphabetically by airline name.

Subseries 6. Airports 0.2 linear ft. (seven folders), undated.

Arranged alphabetically by airport name.

Subseries 7. Directory 0.1 linear ft. (two folders), undated.

Arranged alphabetically by organization title.

Subseries 8. Heliports 0.1 linear ft. (one folder), undated.

Arranged alphabetically by location name.

Subseries 9. Locations (Cities) 0.2 linear ft. (six folders), undated.

Arranged alphabetically by city name.

Subseries 10. Lighter-Than-Air (LTA) 0.1 linear ft. (two folders), undated.

Arranged alphabetically by topic.

Subseries 11. Military Aviation 0.2 linear ft. (five folders), undated.

Arranged alphabetically by topic.

Subseries 12. Miscellaneous 0.1 linear ft. (two folders), undated.

Arranged alphabetically by topic.

Subseries 13. Personalities 0.9 linear ft. (two manuscript boxes and five folders), undated.

Arranged alphabetically by the last name.

Subseries 14. References 0.1 linear ft. (one folder), undated.

Arranged alphabetically by topic.

Subseries 15. Schools 0.1 linear ft. (two folders), undated.

Arranged alphabetically by school name.

Subseries 16. World Endurance Flight 0.1 linear ft. (two folders), 1929.

Arranged by topic.

Subseries 17. Oversize 1.8 linear ft. (one non-standard box), 1920-1978.

Arranged alphabetically by topic.

Series IV. Manuscripts 0.8 linear ft. (two manuscript boxes), 1904-1982.

Arranged in five subseries: 1. Burlage, George Edward, 2. Dewey, John, 3. Korth, Fritz-Allen, 4. Unidentified Author, and 5. Weisberg, Joseph.

Subseries 1. Burlage, George Edward 0.1 (one folder), 1979.

Arranged by topic.

Subseries 2. Dewey, John P. 0.1 (one folder), 1928.

Arranged by topic.

Subseries 3. Korth, Fritz-Alan 0.1 (one folder), 1961.

Arranged by topic.

Subseries 4. Unidentified Author 0.2 linear ft. (three folders), undated.

Arranged alphabetically by manuscript title.

Subseries 5. Weisberg, Joseph A. 0.6 linear ft. (sixteen folders), 1904-1982.

Arranged alphabetically by manuscript title.

Series V. Photographs 22.6 linear ft. (three manuscript boxes, ten non-standard boxes, two photo print boxes, and two photo slide tray boxes), undated.

Arranged in six subseries: 1. Size larger than 5 x 7 and smaller than 8.5 x 11, 2. Oversize, Mounted, "Early Love" Exhibit, 3. Oversize, Mounted, 4. Oversize, 5. Size smaller than 5 x 7, and 6. Slides.

Subseries 1. Size larger than 5 x 7 and smaller than 8.5 x 11 1.6 linear ft. (four manuscript boxes), undated.

Arranged alphabetically by folder topic.

Subseries 2. Oversize, Mounted, "Early Love" Exhibit 10.8 linear ft. (six non-standard boxes), undated.

Original order was preserved.

Subseries 3. Oversize, Mounted 5.4 linear ft. (three non-standard boxes), undated.

Arranged alphabetically by topic but listed in original order within each topic.

Subseries 4. Oversize 1.8 linear ft. (one non-standard box), undated.

Arranged alphabetically by topic but listed in original order within each topic.

Subseries 5. Size smaller than 5 x 7 1.4 linear ft. (two photo print boxes), undated.

Arranged alphabetically by topic.

Subseries 6. Slides 2.0 linear ft. (two slide tray boxes), 1983-1986.

Arranged in chronological order then alphabetically by subject.

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Related Materials

Additional Sources

History of Aviation Collection, Special Collections and Archives Division, Eugene McDermott Library, The University of Texas at Dallas, including: Al Harting Collection;  Braniff Collection;  George H. Williams, Jr. Papers;  James J. “Jimmie” Mattern Collection;  Jack Jaynes Papers;  Love Field Collection;  Tony Page Papers;  William F. Long Collection;  W.G. Fuller Collection; and  Wylie “Pop” Moore Collection.

Books and Magazines

Books and magazines were pulled and catalogued to be included into the HAC monograph and magazine stacks.

Index of Aircraft Photographs

This index is organized alphabetically by manufacturer, and there under by model. If the version is known, versions are listed in italics, alphabetized beneath the model number. Each photograph number is then provided, in numeric order.

Aeronca

C-2

5JW-23--PB7

5JW-23--PB9

Unknown

5JW-16-3-PB3

5JW-28-6-PB22

Aerospatiale/BAC

Concorde

5JW-26-3-PB1

5JW-26-3-PB2

5JW-26-3-PB3

5JW-26-3-PB4

5JW-27-5-PB24

Unknown

5JW-14-6-PB10

Akin

Glider

5JW-25--PB7

Unknown

5JW-27-16-PB18

Albatros

D.V

5JW-23--PB20

D.Va

5JW-27-10-PB27

Alexander

Eaglerock

5JW-26-9-PB3

Barling

Unknown

5JW-27-10-PB20

Beech

17 Staggerwing

5JW-17--PB19

5JW-27-16-PB15

5JW-27-4-PB18

5JW-28-6-PB4

Bell

206

5JW-14-11-PB3

5JW-14-11-PB4

5JW-14-11-PB9

5JW-14-11-PB11

5JW-14-11-PB15

5JW-14-11-PB18

5JW-14-11-PB20

5JW-27-12-PB1

206 & 222

5JW-14-11-PB7

5JW-14-11-PB12

212

5JW-14-11-PB1

5JW-14-11-PB2

5JW-14-11-PB16

214 ST

5JW-14-11-PB8

5JW-14-11-PB17

222

5JW-14-11-PB5

5JW-14-11-PB10

5JW-14-11-PB13

5JW-14-11-PB14

5JW-14-11-PB27

47

5JW-14-11-PB19

5JW-14-11-PB22

5JW-26-8-PB3

5JW-27-12-PB2

AH-1S

5JW-14-11-PB25

Unknown

5JW-14-11-PB28

5JW-14-11-PB29

5JW-16-7-PB1

5JW-23--PB29

5JW-27-16-PB6

5JW-27-17-PB1

5JW-27-17-PB2

5JW-27-17-PB3

5JW-27-17-PB4

XC-142A

5JW-14-11-PB6

XH-40

5JW-14-11-PB24

XV-15

5JW-14-11-PB21

5JW-14-11-PB23

XV-3

5JW-26-8-PB2

Bleriot

Unknown

5JW-14-10-PB1

Boeing

247D

5JW-27-35-PB2

314

5JW-27-5-PB5

377

5JW-27-4-PB58

727

5JW-26-9-PB5

5JW-27-15-PB46

5JW-27-16-PB24

737

5JW-23--PB12

5JW-27-5-PB25

5JW-27-5-PB26

5JW-27-5-PB27

5JW-27-5-PB28

747

5JW-27-5-PB23

767

5JW-14-6-PB11

B-17 (Flying Fortress)

5JW-23--PB27

B-17G

5JW-27-9-PB6

B-52

5JW-27-8-PB19

5JW-27-8-PB20

F4B-3

5JW-14-4-PB8

5JW-14-4-PB9

P-12E

5JW-14-4-PB10

P-26

5JW-14-9-PB2

5JW-14-9-PB3

5JW-27-9-PB10

Stearman PT

5JW-27-10-PB60

XB-15

5JW-27-9-PB7

Bréguet

19

5JW-26-13-PB17

5JW-26-13-PB28

5JW-26-13-PB30

27

5JW-27-11-PB20

IV

5JW-27-11-PB9

5JW-27-4-PB9

Buhl

Pup

5JW-16-6-PB21

Burgess-Wright

Unknown

5JW-27-10-PB19

Burnelli

5JW-27-5-PB3

Canadian Aeroplane Corporation of Toronto

JN-4Can

5JW-18--PB10

Caproni

Unknown

5JW-22--PB12

5JW-23--PB18

5JW-26-6-PB11

Carvair Aircraft

ATL-98

5JW-27-5-PB19

5JW-27-5-PB20

5JW-27-5-PB21

5JW-27-5-PB22

Caudron

C 23

5JW-26-6-PB12

Cessna

402

5JW-27-15-PB28

5JW-27-15-PB29

5JW-27-15-PB30

5JW-27-15-PB34

5JW-27-15-PB35

5JW-27-15-PB36

Airmaster

5JW-27-15-PB51

Cardinal RG

5JW-27-4-PB54

Unknown

5JW-16-3-PB5

5JW-27-19-PB3

5JW-27-4-PB48

5JW-28-5-PB2

5JW-28-5-PB3

Christen

5JW-14-3-PB1

5JW-14-3-PC2

Consolidated

B-24D

5JW-23--PB26

5JW-26-7-PB1

5JW-27-9-PB1

B-24J

5JW-27-9-PB2

5JW-27-9-PB3

C-87

5JW-14-9-PB1

5JW-27-9-PB4

PT-1

5JW-22--PB2

5JW-27-10-PB50

Convair

B-36

5JW-14-8-PB2

5JW-27-8-PB2

5JW-27-8-PB4

5JW-27-8-PB5

B-36H

5JW-26-5-PB1

5JW-26-5-PB2

GRB-36F

5JW-23--PB15

RB-36E

5JW-27-8-PB3

XFY-1

5JW-26-8-PB1

5JW-27-12-PB4

YB-60

5JW-14-8-PB1

YF-102

5JW-27-8-PB6

5JW-27-8-PB7

Cook

Cook Flying Boat

5JW-23--PB1

5JW-23--PB2

Curtiss

A-3

5JW-21--PB6

5JW-28-6-PB38

Carrier Pigeon

5JW-17--PB10

Falcon

5JW-26-9-PB1

5JW-27-2-PB1

Flying Boat

5JW-27-23-PB3

JN .4

5JW-16-6-PB15

5JW-16-6-PB17

5JW-16-6-PB28

5JW-16-6-PB32

5JW-16-8-PB4

5JW-17--PB17

5JW-18--PB15

5JW-22--PB16

5JW-26-13-PB4

5JW-26-13-PB6

5JW-26-13-PB8

5JW-27-10-PB2

5JW-27-10-PB6

5JW-27-10-PB7

5JW-27-10-PB8

5JW-27-10-PB9

5JW-27-10-PB30

5JW-27-10-PB45

5JW-27-14-PB7

5JW-27-14-PB12

5JW-27-14-PB13

5JW-27-14-PB14

5JW-27-4-PB12

5JW-28-2-PB41

5JW-28-3-PB2

JN-3

5JW-22--PB15

JN-4D

5JW-14-12-PB10

5JW-15-2-PB25

5JW-15-2-PB26

5JW-16-3-PB1

5JW-18--PB20

5JW-21--PB3

5JW-24--PB14

5JW-26-6-PB3

5JW-26-6-PB6

O-1 Falcon

5JW-17--PB1

P-40

5JW-26-7-PB3

P-6E

5JW-14-4-PB11

Robin

5JW-17--PB20

Standard

5JW-27-27-PB30

5JW-27-27-PB31

Unknown

5JW-14-2-PB3

5JW-14-2-PB4

5JW-14-4-PB25

5JW-14-5-PB2

5JW-16-6-PB18

5JW-24--PB18

5JW-27-10-PB49

5JW-27-11-PB3

5JW-27-36-PB19

5JW-28-1-PB4

5JW-28-2-PB45

deHavilland

DH-4

5JW-14-4-PB3

5JW-16-6-PB20

5JW-24--PB9

5JW-24--PB13

5JW-27-10-PB18

5JW-27-10-PB46

5JW-28-3-PB16

Tiger Moth

5JW-27-4-PB23

Deperdussin

Racer

5JW-27-4-PB10

Unknown

5JW-27-11-PB10

Douglas

C-1

5JW-27-10-PB48

C-124

5JW-27-9-PB13

C-47

5JW-27-9-PB12

DC-2

5JW-14-6-PB7

DC-3

Douglas Sleeper Transport (DST)

5JW-27-5-PB17

DST

5JW-28-2-PB16

Unknown

5JW-27-33-PB14

5JW-28-6-PB23

Y1B-7

5JW-24--PB4

5JW-26-12-PB8

Fairchild

Unknown

5JW-28-4-PB11

Fairchild Aircraft Company

22

5JW-27-4-PB35

24

5JW-27-21-PB9

5JW-27-4-PB38

N-S7

5JW-27-4-PB27

Fokker

D.VII

5JW-14-12-PB11

D.VIII

5JW-14-12-PB7

5JW-27-10-PB55

5JW-27-10-PB56

5JW-27-10-PB57

5JW-27-10-PB58

5JW-27-10-PB59

Dr. I

5JW-14-2-PB16

5JW-26-6-PB2

5JW-27-10-PB43

F.32

5JW-26-9-PB4

F.VII-3M

5JW-27-11-PB17

5JW-27-11-PB18

F-10

5JW-23--PB11

5JW-24--PB12

F-32

5JW-23--PB10

5JW-27-5-PB2

T-2

5JW-23--PB17

Trimotor

5JW-27-5-PB12

5JW-27-5-PB14

Fokker (O.A.W.)

D.VII

5JW-18--PB18

5JW-27-10-PB26

Ford

Trimotor

5JW-14-6-PB1

5JW-15-2-PB20

5JW-21--PB12

5JW-23--PB13

5JW-27-11-PB23

5JW-27-5-PB9

5JW-27-5-PB10

5JW-27-5-PB13

5JW-27-5-PB16

Unknown

5JW-14-6-PB8

5JW-15-8-PC1

General Dynamics

F-16

5JW-14-8-PC3

5JW-27-8-PB13

5JW-27-8-PB14

5JW-27-8-PB16

Goodyear

Unknown

5JW-14-7-PB6

5JW-14-7-PB7

5JW-14-7-PB8

5JW-14-7-PB9

5JW-14-7-PB10

5JW-14-7-PB11

Gotha

5JW-16-8-PB19

Granville Brothers

5JW-14-2-PB13

5JW-14-2-PB14

Handley Page

O/100

5JW-20--PB7

5JW-26-6-PB16

Hanriot

HR-1

5JW-27-10-PB28

Homebuilt

Unknown

5JW-14-2-PB1

5JW-14-2-PB2

5JW-14-2-PB12

5JW-14-2-PB17

Keystone

Patrician

5JW-27-5-PB8

Kinner

Playboy

5JW-27-23-PB5

Learjet

Unknown

5JW-27-15-PB53

Lincoln-Standard

5JW-24--PB11

Lockheed

Constellation

5JW-27-5-PB18

P-38

5JW-27-9-PB11

Unknown

5JW-14-6-PB4

5JW-14-6-PB5

Vega

5JW-18--PB14

5JW-27-5-PB7

Luscombe

Monocoupe 13

5JW-14-5-PB1

Martin

MB-1

5JW-16-4-PB5

5JW-16-4-PB6

5JW-21--PB14

MB-2

5JW-19--PB17

5JW-26-6-PB15

5JW-27-10-PB61

5JW-27-10-PB62

McDonnell-Douglas

F-18

5JW-27-8-PB10

5JW-27-8-PB11

5JW-27-8-PB12

Messerschmitt

Bf 108

5JW-14-2-PB9

5JW-14-2-PB10

5JW-14-2-PB11

Nieuport

11

5JW-18--PB13

12

5JW-27-10-PB32

28

5JW-16-8-PB30

Unknown

5JW-23--PB19

5JW-27-10-PB44

XVII

5JW-26-6-PB7

5JW-26-6-PB8

North American

B-25G

5JW-27-9-PB5

T-6

5JW-27-9-PB9

5JW-27-9-PB14

5JW-27-9-PB15

5JW-27-9-PB16

Piper

Unknown

5JW-27-4-PB53

Pitcairn

Autogyro

5JW-25--PB15

Fleetwing

5JW-27-4-PB20

Pitts

Special

5JW-27-27-PB11

Unknown

5JW-14-2-PB15

Pomilio

Liberty 12

5JW-14-12-PB1

Liberty 8

5JW-14-12-PB2

Type F

5JW-14-12-PB3

5JW-14-4-PB15

Victory Liberty 12

5JW-14-4-PB18

Victory Liberty 8

5JW-14-4-PB17

Republic

F-105

5JW-26-10-PB7

5JW-27-8-PB18

RF-84F

5JW-27-8-PB8

5JW-27-8-PB9

Royal Aircraft Factory

S.E.5

5JW-14-12-PB14

5JW-16-8-PB12

5JW-23--PB16

5JW-27-10-PB23

5JW-27-10-PB24

5JW-27-10-PB25

5JW-28-1-PB9

Ryan

Spirit of St. Louis  Replica

5JW-25--PB16

Navion

5JW-27-4-PB46

NYP

5JW-27-15-PB24

PT-21

5JW-27-9-PB8

Unknown

5JW-14-10-PB3

5JW-27-11-PB21

5JW-27-11-PB22

5JW-27-4-PB26

5JW-28-5-PB8

Salmson

2

5JW-18--PB11

Unknown

5JW-16-8-PB15

Savoia-Pomilio

5JW-14-4-PB16

Seversky

BT-8

5JW-14-9-PB23

5JW-14-9-PB24

Siemens-Schuckert

D.IV

5JW-27-10-PB29

Sikorsky

S-43

5JW-26-7-PB2

5JW-27-5-PB6

Unknown

5JW-23--PB28

SPAD

5JW-16-8-PB31

XIII

5JW-27-10-PB14

Standard

J-1

5JW-22--PB11

5JW-27-10-PB4

5JW-27-4-PB13

Unknown

5JW-17--PB3

5JW-27-10-PB37

Stinson

Detroiter

5JW-26-9-PB2

5JW-27-15-PB26

Unknown

5JW-14-6-PB6

5JW-27-4-PB31

5JW-27-5-PB4

Swallow

5JW-15-2-PB18

Temple

Monoplane

5JW-18--PB16

5JW-27-4-PB28

Unknown

5JW-16-6-PB3

5JW-27-37-PB1

5JW-27-4-PB17

Texas Aero Manufacturing Co.

Texas-Temple

5JW-27-4-PB36

5JW-27-4-PB37

Thomas-Morse

Unknown

5JW-27-10-PB70

Travel Air

2000

5JW-21--PB13

5JW-24--PB16

J-4

5JW-14-6-PB2

Unknown

5JW-16-6-PB8

5JW-25--PB2

5JW-27-27-PB32

5JW-27-27-PB33

Unidentified

5JW-1-8-PB1

5JW-14-10-PB4

5JW-14-10-PB5

5JW-14-12-PB4

5JW-14-12-PB13

5JW-14-2-PB8

5JW-14-4-PB1

5JW-14-4-PB4

5JW-14-4-PB5

5JW-14-4-PB6

5JW-14-4-PB7

5JW-14-4-PB12

5JW-14-4-PB14

5JW-14-4-PB19

5JW-14-4-PB20

5JW-14-4-PB21

5JW-14-4-PB22

5JW-14-4-PB23

5JW-14-4-PB24

5JW-14-4-PB26

5JW-14-5-PB3

5JW-14-6-PB3

5JW-14-6-PB9

5JW-14-7-PB1

5JW-14-7-PB2

5JW-14-7-PB17

5JW-14-7-PB18

5JW-14-7-PB20

5JW-14-7-PB21

5JW-14-7-PB22

5JW-14-7-PB23

5JW-14-7-PB24

5JW-14-7-PB25

5JW-14-7-PB26

5JW-14-9-PB20

5JW-15-6-PC3

5JW-16-8-PB11

U.S.S. Shenandoah

5JW-14-7-PB19

5JW-14-7-PB27

5JW-14-7-PB28

5JW-14-7-PB29

Unknown

5JW-14-1-PB9

5JW-14-12-PB8

5JW-14-12-PB9

5JW-14-12-PB17

5JW-14-12-PB18

5JW-14-12-PB19

5JW-14-12-PB20

5JW-14-4-PB2

5JW-14-4-PB27

5JW-15-1-PB6

5JW-15-1-PB7

5JW-15-1-PB8

5JW-15-1-PB9

5JW-15-1-PB11

5JW-15-11-PB1

5JW-15-11-PB2

5JW-15-11-PB4

5JW-15-2-PB13

5JW-15-2-PB14

5JW-15-2-PB15

5JW-15-2-PB16

5JW-15-2-PB17

5JW-15-2-PB19

5JW-15-2-PB21

5JW-15-2-PB22

5JW-15-2-PB23

5JW-15-3-PB2

5JW-15-5-PB6

5JW-15-5-PB9

5JW-15-5-PB14

5JW-15-5-PB15

5JW-15-5-PB16

5JW-15-5-PB17

5JW-15-5-PB19

5JW-15-5-PB23

5JW-15-5-PB24

5JW-15-5-PB29

5JW-15-5-PB32

5JW-15-5-PB33

5JW-15-5-PB34

5JW-15-5-PB35

5JW-15-5-PB36

5JW-15-6-PB1

5JW-15-6-PB2

5JW-15-7-PB1

5JW-15-8-PB3

5JW-15-8-PB4

5JW-15-9-PB1

5JW-16-2-PB4

5JW-16-3-PB2

5JW-16-4-PB1

5JW-16-4-PB2

5JW-16-4-PB3

5JW-16-4-PB4

5JW-16-6-PB2

5JW-16-6-PB4

5JW-16-6-PB5

5JW-16-6-PB6

5JW-16-6-PB7

5JW-16-6-PB9

5JW-16-6-PB10

5JW-16-6-PB12

5JW-16-6-PB13

5JW-16-6-PB16

5JW-16-6-PB22

5JW-16-6-PB23

5JW-16-6-PB27

5JW-16-6-PB29

5JW-16-6-PB30

5JW-16-6-PB31

5JW-16-6-PB33

5JW-16-6-PB35

5JW-16-6-PB36

5JW-16-6-PB37

5JW-16-6-PB38

5JW-16-7-PB5

5JW-16-8-PB1

5JW-16-8-PB3

5JW-16-8-PB5

5JW-16-8-PB18

5JW-16-8-PB20

5JW-16-8-PB25

5JW-16-8-PB26

5JW-16-8-PB32

5JW-16-8-PB33

5JW-16-8-PB36

5JW-17--PB5

5JW-17--PB6

5JW-17--PB8

5JW-17--PB9

5JW-17--PB11

5JW-17--PB12

5JW-17--PB13

5JW-17--PB15

5JW-17--PB16

5JW-17--PB18

5JW-17--PB21

5JW-18--PB3

5JW-18--PB4

5JW-18--PB6

5JW-18--PB7

5JW-18--PB9

5JW-18--PB12

5JW-18--PB19

5JW-18--PB21

5JW-18--PB22

5JW-18--PB23

5JW-18--PB24

5JW-19--PB3

5JW-19--PB5

5JW-19--PB6

5JW-19--PB7

5JW-19--PB9

5JW-19--PB10

5JW-19--PB11

5JW-19--PB12

5JW-19--PB15

5JW-20--PB1

5JW-20--PB2

5JW-20--PB4

5JW-20--PB8

5JW-20--PB10

5JW-20--PB11

5JW-20--PB12

5JW-20--PB13

5JW-20--PB14

5JW-20--PB15

5JW-21--PB2

5JW-21--PB4

5JW-21--PB7

5JW-21--PB11

5JW-22--PB3

5JW-22--PB4

5JW-22--PB8

5JW-22--PB10

5JW-22--PB13

5JW-23--PB3

5JW-23--PB4

5JW-23--PB5

5JW-23--PB6

5JW-23--PB8

5JW-23--PB21

5JW-23--PB22

5JW-23--PB23

5JW-23--PB25

5JW-23--PB30

5JW-24--PB1

5JW-24--PB2

5JW-24--PB3

5JW-24--PB5

5JW-24--PB6

5JW-24--PB7

5JW-24--PB10

5JW-24--PB15

5JW-24--PB17

5JW-24--PB19

5JW-24--PB20

5JW-25--PB1

5JW-25--PB6

5JW-25--PB9

5JW-25--PB10

5JW-25--PB11

5JW-25--PB12

5JW-25--PB13

5JW-25--PB14

5JW-26-1-PB9

5JW-26-1-PB10

5JW-26-1-PB11

5JW-26-10-PB1

5JW-26-10-PB10

5JW-26-12-PB1

5JW-26-12-PB2

5JW-26-12-PB3

5JW-26-12-PB4

5JW-26-12-PB5

5JW-26-12-PB6

5JW-26-12-PB7

5JW-26-12-PB9

5JW-26-12-PB10

5JW-26-12-PB11

5JW-26-13-PB5

5JW-26-13-PB7

5JW-26-13-PB9

5JW-26-13-PB10

5JW-26-13-PB11

5JW-26-13-PB12

5JW-26-13-PB13

5JW-26-13-PB15

5JW-26-13-PB16

5JW-26-13-PB18

5JW-26-13-PB19

5JW-26-13-PB20

5JW-26-13-PB21

5JW-26-13-PB22

5JW-26-13-PB23

5JW-26-13-PB24

5JW-26-13-PB26

5JW-26-13-PB29

5JW-26-13-PB34

5JW-26-13-PB35

5JW-26-13-PB36

5JW-26-13-PB37

5JW-26-13-PB38

5JW-26-13-PB39

5JW-26-13-PB40

5JW-26-13-PB41

5JW-26-13-PB42

5JW-26-2-PB1

5JW-26-2-PB2

5JW-26-4-PB2

5JW-26-6-PB1

5JW-26-6-PB4

5JW-26-6-PB5

5JW-26-6-PB10

5JW-26-6-PB13

5JW-26-6-PB14

5JW-26-8-PB4

5JW-27-1-PB2

5JW-27-1-PB4

5JW-27-1-PB5

5JW-27-1-PB6

5JW-27-1-PB7

5JW-27-10-PB1

5JW-27-10-PB3

5JW-27-10-PB5

5JW-27-10-PB10

5JW-27-10-PB11

5JW-27-10-PB12

5JW-27-10-PB15

5JW-27-10-PB16

5JW-27-10-PB17

5JW-27-10-PB21

5JW-27-10-PB22

5JW-27-10-PB33

5JW-27-10-PB34

5JW-27-10-PB35

5JW-27-10-PB36

5JW-27-10-PB38

5JW-27-10-PB39

5JW-27-10-PB40

5JW-27-10-PB41

5JW-27-10-PB42

5JW-27-10-PB51

5JW-27-10-PB52

5JW-27-10-PB53

5JW-27-10-PB54

5JW-27-10-PB63

5JW-27-10-PB64

5JW-27-10-PB65

5JW-27-10-PB66

5JW-27-10-PB67

5JW-27-10-PB68

5JW-27-10-PB69

5JW-27-11-PB1

5JW-27-11-PB2

5JW-27-11-PB4

5JW-27-11-PB5

5JW-27-11-PB6

5JW-27-11-PB7

5JW-27-11-PB8

5JW-27-11-PB11

5JW-27-11-PB12

5JW-27-11-PB13

5JW-27-11-PB15

5JW-27-11-PB16

5JW-27-11-PB19

5JW-27-14-PB1

5JW-27-14-PB3

5JW-27-14-PB4

5JW-27-14-PB5

5JW-27-14-PB6

5JW-27-14-PB17

5JW-27-14-PB18

5JW-27-14-PB19

5JW-27-14-PB29

5JW-27-15-PB1

5JW-27-15-PB5

5JW-27-15-PB6

5JW-27-15-PB7

5JW-27-15-PB8

5JW-27-15-PB15

5JW-27-15-PB17

5JW-27-15-PB18

5JW-27-15-PB19

5JW-27-15-PB21

5JW-27-15-PB23

5JW-27-15-PB25

5JW-27-15-PB27

5JW-27-15-PB31

5JW-27-15-PB32

5JW-27-15-PB37

5JW-27-15-PB38

5JW-27-15-PB40

5JW-27-15-PB41

5JW-27-15-PB42

5JW-27-15-PB43

5JW-27-15-PB44

5JW-27-15-PB45

5JW-27-15-PB47

5JW-27-15-PB49

5JW-27-15-PB50

5JW-27-15-PB52

5JW-27-15-PB54

5JW-27-15-PB73

5JW-27-15-PB82

5JW-27-15-PB83

5JW-27-16-PB1

5JW-27-16-PB2

5JW-27-16-PB3

5JW-27-16-PB5

5JW-27-16-PB7

5JW-27-16-PB8

5JW-27-16-PB9

5JW-27-16-PB10

5JW-27-16-PB14

5JW-27-16-PB16

5JW-27-16-PB17

5JW-27-16-PB19

5JW-27-16-PB21

5JW-27-19-PB1

5JW-27-19-PB2

5JW-27-19-PB20

5JW-27-2-PB2

5JW-27-21-PB2

5JW-27-21-PB12

5JW-27-22-PB1

5JW-27-22-PB5

5JW-27-23-PB6

5JW-27-23-PB7

5JW-27-24-PB3

5JW-27-24-PB4

5JW-27-24-PB5

5JW-27-24-PB6

5JW-27-24-PB10

5JW-27-27-PB1

5JW-27-27-PB4

5JW-27-27-PB5

5JW-27-27-PB6

5JW-27-27-PB12

5JW-27-27-PB28

5JW-27-28-PB1

5JW-27-29-PB1

5JW-27-3-PB1

5JW-27-30-PB1

5JW-27-30-PB2

5JW-27-31-PB1

5JW-27-31-PB2

5JW-27-31-PB7

5JW-27-31-PB8

5JW-27-31-PB9

5JW-27-31-PB10

5JW-27-31-PB11

5JW-27-31-PB12

5JW-27-32-PB1

5JW-27-32-PB2

5JW-27-32-PB3

5JW-27-32-PB5

5JW-27-33-PB1

5JW-27-33-PB11

5JW-27-34-PB1

5JW-27-34-PB2

5JW-27-34-PB3

5JW-27-34-PB4

5JW-27-34-PB5

5JW-27-34-PB6

5JW-27-34-PB7

5JW-27-36-PB16

5JW-27-36-PB17

5JW-27-36-PB18

5JW-27-4-PB1

5JW-27-4-PB2

5JW-27-4-PB3

5JW-27-4-PB4

5JW-27-4-PB5

5JW-27-4-PB6

5JW-27-4-PB7

5JW-27-4-PB8

5JW-27-4-PB11

5JW-27-4-PB14

5JW-27-4-PB15

5JW-27-4-PB19

5JW-27-4-PB21

5JW-27-4-PB22

5JW-27-4-PB24

5JW-27-4-PB25

5JW-27-4-PB29

5JW-27-4-PB30

5JW-27-4-PB32

5JW-27-4-PB33

5JW-27-4-PB34

5JW-27-4-PB39

5JW-27-4-PB40

5JW-27-4-PB41

5JW-27-4-PB42

5JW-27-4-PB43

5JW-27-4-PB44

5JW-27-4-PB45

5JW-27-4-PB47

5JW-27-4-PB49

5JW-27-4-PB50

5JW-27-4-PB51

5JW-27-4-PB52

5JW-27-4-PB55

5JW-27-4-PB56

5JW-27-4-PB57

5JW-27-7-PB1

5JW-27-7-PB2

5JW-27-7-PB4

5JW-27-7-PB5

5JW-27-7-PB6

5JW-27-7-PB7

5JW-27-8-PB15

5JW-27-8-PB17

5JW-28-1-PB1

5JW-28-1-PB2

5JW-28-1-PB3

5JW-28-1-PB5

5JW-28-1-PB6

5JW-28-1-PB7

5JW-28-1-PB8

5JW-28-1-PB10

5JW-28-1-PB11

5JW-28-1-PB12

5JW-28-1-PB13

5JW-28-2-PB1

5JW-28-2-PB2

5JW-28-2-PB3

5JW-28-2-PB4

5JW-28-2-PB5

5JW-28-2-PB6

5JW-28-2-PB11

5JW-28-2-PB14

5JW-28-2-PB15

5JW-28-2-PB18

5JW-28-2-PB19

5JW-28-2-PB25

5JW-28-2-PB26

5JW-28-2-PB27

5JW-28-2-PB28

5JW-28-2-PB29

5JW-28-2-PB30

5JW-28-2-PB32

5JW-28-2-PB33

5JW-28-2-PB34

5JW-28-2-PB36

5JW-28-2-PB37

5JW-28-2-PB38

5JW-28-2-PB39

5JW-28-2-PB42

5JW-28-2-PB43

5JW-28-2-PB44

5JW-28-2-PB46

5JW-28-2-PB49

5JW-28-2-PB55

5JW-28-3-PB1

5JW-28-3-PB5

5JW-28-3-PB8

5JW-28-3-PB10

5JW-28-3-PB14

5JW-28-3-PB15

5JW-28-3-PB17

5JW-28-3-PB19

5JW-28-3-PB20

5JW-28-3-PB21

5JW-28-3-PB22

5JW-28-4-PB12

5JW-28-4-PB13

5JW-28-4-PB16

5JW-28-4-PB17

5JW-28-4-PB18

5JW-28-4-PB19

5JW-28-4-PB23

5JW-28-4-PB26

5JW-28-5-PB1

5JW-28-5-PB5

5JW-28-5-PB6

5JW-28-5-PB10

5JW-28-6-PB1

5JW-28-6-PB3

5JW-28-6-PB6

5JW-28-6-PB8

5JW-28-6-PB13

5JW-28-6-PB14

5JW-28-6-PB15

5JW-28-6-PB25

5JW-28-6-PB28

5JW-28-6-PB29

5JW-28-6-PB30

5JW-28-6-PB32

5JW-28-6-PB34

5JW-28-6-PB35

5JW-28-6-PB37

5JW-28-6-PB39

5JW-28-6-PB42

5JW-28-6-PB45

5JW-28-6-PB47

5JW-28-6-PB51

5JW-28-6-PB53

5JW-28-6-PB55

5JW-28-6-PB56

5JW-28-6-PB57

5JW-28-6-PB58

5JW-28-6-PB74

5JW-28-6-PB75

5JW-28-6-PB76

5JW-28-6-PB77

5JW-28-6-PB80

5JW-28-6-PB82

5JW-28-6-PB83

5JW-28-6-PB84

5JW-28-6-PB85

5JW-28-6-PB87

5JW-28-6-PB88

5JW-28-7-PB12

5JW-28-7-PB14

5JW-28-7-PB15

5JW-28-7-PB17

5JW-28-7-PB22

5JW-28-7-PB23

5JW-28-7-PB24

5JW-28-7-PB26

5JW-28-7-PB27

U.S.S. Los Angeles

5JW-14-7-PB16

U.S.S. Shenandoah

5JW-14-7-PB14

5JW-14-7-PB15

Vickers

Gunbus

5JW-18--PB8

Vought

A-7

Corsair

5JW-14-8-PB22

A-7C

Corsair II

5JW-14-8-PB9

A-7D

5JW-14-8-PC24

Corsair II

5JW-14-8-PB4

5JW-14-8-PB5

5JW-14-8-PB6

5JW-14-8-PB7

5JW-14-8-PB8

5JW-14-8-PB12

5JW-14-8-PB14

5JW-14-8-PB15

5JW-14-8-PB16

A-7E

5JW-14-8-PC26

Corsair II

5JW-14-8-PB13

A-7K

5JW-27-8-PB1

F4U

5JW-14-9-PC8

F4U-1

5JW-14-9-PB4

5JW-14-9-PB5

5JW-14-9-PB6

F4U-2

5JW-14-9-PB7

F6U-1

Pirate

5JW-14-8-PB20

F7U-1

Cutlass

5JW-14-8-PB11

F7U-3

5JW-14-8-PB10

F-8G

Crusader

5JW-14-8-PB18

F8U-1 (F-8A)

5JW-14-8-PB21

F8U-3

Crusader III

5JW-14-8-PB17

O26-1

5JW-14-9-PB17

O2U-1

5JW-14-9-PB18

5JW-16-6-PB1

O3U-1

5JW-14-9-PB16

OS2U-1

5JW-14-9-PB11

OS2U-2

5JW-14-9-PB9

5JW-14-9-PB10

OS2U-3

5JW-14-9-PB12

PB-30

5JW-14-9-PB19

RF-8G

Photo Crusader

5JW-14-8-PB19

SBU-1

5JW-14-9-PB13

SU-1/O3U-2

5JW-14-9-PB15

SUT-2

5JW-14-4-PB13

TA-7C

5JW-14-8-PC25

V-173

5JW-14-9-PB21

VE-7

5JW-14-12-PB5

5JW-14-12-PB6

VE-9

5JW-14-9-PB25

XC-142A

5JW-14-11-PC30

XF5U-1

5JW-14-9-PB22

XSBU-1

5JW-14-9-PB14

Waco

Unknown

5JW-25--PB4

Witteman-Lewis Company

NBL-1

5JW-23--PB24

Wright

Unknown

5JW-14-2-PB5

5JW-14-2-PB6

5JW-14-2-PB7

5JW-27-11-PB14

Zeppelin Dirigible

LZ 129

5JW-27-6-PB1

Unknown

5JW-14-7-PB3

5JW-14-7-PB4

5JW-14-7-PB5

ZR-1

5JW-22--PB7

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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, 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 : 5JW-1-1-PB1

5 = History of Aviation Archives (HAC)

JW = Joseph A. Weisberg Papers

1 = Box Number

1 = Folder Number

P = Photograph/Postcard

B = Black and White

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. Archival Records 

Subseries 1. Illustrations 

Drawings. Undated   Multi-view drawings and tracings of aircraft and aviation scenes.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   1 1

Subseries 2. Manufacturer Data 

Bell Helicopter. Undated   News releases, fact sheets, information and newsletters, Weisberg notes, essay, articles and clippings, and biographical information.


    Box Folder
Text   1 2

Convair. Undated    Histories, articles and clippings, and research notes.


    Box Folder
Text   1 3

General Dynamics. Undated    "General Dynamics News," articles, aircraft information sheets, and report.


    Box Folder
Text   1 4

Guiberson Diesel. Undated    Biographical information, articles, clippings, research notes, and magazine.


    Box Folder
Text   1 5

Marine Aircraft Corporation. 1952   Drafts.


    Box Folder
Text   1 6

RCA, Space Programs. 1977   News release.


    Box Folder
Text   1 7

Schad Aeronautical Apparatus. 1929 September 17   Image number 5JW-1-8-PB1 and patent.


    Box Folder
Mixed materials   1 8

Image Description

Image number 5JW-1-8-PB1—Front view of 1929 Schad aeronautical apparatus (wing structure) on the fuselage of an unidentified aircraft.

Temple Aero Corporation. Undated    Articles and newsletter.


    Box Folder
Text   1 9

Texas Aircraft Manufacturers. Undated    Documents, clippings, and research notes.


    Box Folder
Text   1 10

Vought Corporation (LTV). 1981-1982   Annual report and news release.


    Box Folder
Text   1 11

Subseries 3. Newsletters 

Newsletters. 1962-1979   "Delta Highlights of Our History," "One Year At DF/W," "Replica Fighters Association," "CAF Dispatch," "OX5ER," "OX5 News," "AWA Newsletter," and "The TAC Bulletin."


    Box Folder
Text   2 1

Subseries 4. Newspapers 

Newspaper Articles and Clippings by Joseph Weisberg. 1977-1978 


    Box Folder
Text   2 2

Newspaper Articles and Clippings. 1911-1918 


    Box Folder
Text   2 3

Newspaper Articles and Clippings. 1921-1939 


    Box Folder
Text   2 4

Newspaper Articles and Clippings. 1940-1969 


    Box Folder
Text   2 5

Newspaper Articles and Clippings. 1970-1987 


    Box Folder
Text   2 6

Newspaper Articles and Clippings. Undated  


    Box Folder
Text   2 7

Newspaper Articles and Clippings, Non-Aviation. 1904-1923 


    Box Folder
Text   2 8

Subseries 5. Organization 

Aviation Cadets of America. Undated   Reference notes, drafts of articles, correspondence, and excerpts.


    Box Folder
Text   2 9

Aviation/Space Writers Association. 1980-1981   Membership listings, newsletters, and booklet.


    Box Folder
Text   2 10

Civil Air Patrol. 1978   Annual report and narrative.


    Box Folder
Text   2 11

Texas Aerospace and National Defense Technology Development Council.   Founding document, news releases, membership directos, fact sheets, and listings.


    Box Folder
Text   2 12

Writers, Ink. Undated    Fact sheet, meeting notice, and first draft of newsletter.


    Box Folder
Text   2 13

Subseries 6. Periodicals 

Articles and Clippings. 1892-1948 


    Box Folder
Text   3 1

Articles and Clippings. 1960-1982 


    Box Folder
Text   3 2

Articles and Clippings. Undated  


    Box Folder
Text   3 3

Articles and Clippings, Aerobatics. 1966-1980 


    Box Folder
Text   3 4

Periodicals. 1940-1979 


    Box Folder
Text   3 5

Subseries 7. Personal Papers 

Personal Papers. 1979 July   Ephemera one-day tickets to Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Oshkosh.


    Box Folder
Text   3 6

Biographical Information. Undated   Summary.


    Box Folder
Text   3 7

Book Proposals. Undated   Research notes.


    Box Folder
Text   3 8

Book Proposal, Dallas/Fort Worth Airport Story. Undated   Content outline and research notes.


    Box Folder
Text   3 9

Book Proposal, Early Love. 1979   Content outline, research notes, exhibit documentation, and newsletter.


    Box Folder
Text   3 10

Book Proposal, History of Fort Worth Aviation. Undated   Content outline, research notes, and financial solicitations.


    Box Folder
Text   3 11

Book Proposal, History of Fort Worth's SW Expo and Fat Stock Show. Undated   Content summary, mock-up of proposed book cover, notes, and correspondence.


    Box Folder
Text   3 12

Proposal, Photo Exhibit, History of Texas Aviation. Undated   Drafts and proposal.


    Box Folder
Text   3 13

Publishing Notes. Undated   Instructional advertising flyers, and notes.


    Box Folder
Text   3 14

Research Notes, Folder #1 of 5. Undated   Handwritten notes, lists, and outlines.


    Box Folder
Text   4 1

Research Notes, Folder #2 of 5. Undated   Handwritten notes, lists, and outlines.


    Box Folder
Text   4 2

Research Notes, Folder #3 of 5. Undated   Handwritten notes, lists, and outlines.


    Box Folder
Text   4 3

Research Notes, Folder #4 of 5. Undated   Handwritten notes, lists, and outlines.


    Box Folder
Text   4 4

Research Notes, Folder #5 of 5. Undated   Handwritten notes, lists, and outlines.


    Box Folder
Text   4 5

Subseries 8. Publication 

Directory of Texas Airports. 1979 


    Box Folder
Text   5 1

Excerpts. Undated 


    Box Folder
Text   5 2

Booklets and Brochures. Undated   Transcripts of speeches, press releases, and white papers.


    Box Folder
Text   5 3

Brochure Piper Pacer. Undated   Draft.


    Box Folder
Text   5 4

Publisher, Aero Spectrum. Undated   Documents.


    Box Folder
Text   5 5

Sheet Music. Undated   "Up In My Aeroplane" and "The Aero-Naughty Girl."


    Box Folder
Text   5 6

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Series II. Correspondence 

Letters Sent by Joseph A. Weisberg. 1973-1982 


    Box Folder
Text   5 7

Letters Received by Joseph Weisberg. 1977-1983 


    Box Folder
Text   5 8

Letters Not Directly Related to Joseph Weisberg. 1917-1983 


    Box Folder
Text   5 9

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Series III. Documents 

Subseries 1. Air Mail 

Fort Worth and Dallas. 1927   "History of Fort Worth/Dallas Air Mail and Airlines", "Subcontract for Mail Service", "Contract for Air Mail Service", and air mail contract.


    Box Folder
Text   6 1

Subseries 2. Air Race 

The Dole Air Race. 1927   Paper, articles, manuscript, and clippings.


    Box Folder
Text   6 2

Subseries 3. Air Show 

Festival of Flight, Phoenix, Arizona. 1978 April   Air show program.


    Box Folder
Ephemera   6 3

Southwestern Aviation Exposition, Fort Worth, Texas. 1946 March   Documents.


    Box Folder
Text   6 4

Subseries 4. Aircraft 

Boeing B-50 Lucky Lady II. Undated   Manuscript, news releases, articles, and clippings.


    Box Folder
Text   6 5

Subseries 5. Airline 

American Airlines. Undated   Newspaper articles and clippings, research notes, press releases, and American Airlines publications and forms.


    Box Folder
Text   6 6

Bowen Air Lines. 1936   Articles and clippings, and research notes.


    Box Folder
Text   6 7

Braniff Airways. 1963   Articles and clippings, research notes, "Chronological History of Braniff Airways," and "Braniff Airways Story."


    Box Folder
Text   6 8

Southwest Airlines. 1978   Media kit.


    Box Folder
Text   6 9

Texas Air Transport. Undated    Articles, clippings, and research notes.


    Box Folder
Text   6 10

Texas Airlines. Undated    Articles, clippings, and research notes.


    Box Folder
Text   6 11

Subseries 6. Airports 

Dallas/Fort Worth Regional Airport. 1940-1970   Articles, clippings, research notes, document, manuscripts, Civil Aeronautics Board review, correspondence, "Historical Milestones and Bibliography, Dallas/Ft. Worth Regional Airport," and "Statement of Progress, November 1969 through March 10. 1970."


    Box Folder
Text   6 12

Fort Worth International Airport. Undated   Manuscript "Ft. Worth International Airport."


    Box Folder
Text   6 13

Love Field, Dallas, TX, History. 1900-1929   Research notes, articles, and clippings.


    Box Folder
Text   7 1

Love Field, Dallas, TX, History. 1930-1978   Research notes, articles, and clippings.


    Box Folder
Text   7 2

Love Field, Dallas, TX, Cooper Airmotive.   Narratives "A History of Cooper Airmotive," "Why a Non-Glomerate," and brochures.


    Box Folder
Text   7 3

Love Field, Dallas, TX, Facilities. Undated   Data sheets and drawings for Love Field lessees.


    Box Folder
Text   7 4

Meacham Field, Ft. Worth, TX. Undated   Articles and clippings, research notes, and manuscripts.


    Box Folder
Text   7 5

Subseries 7. Directory 

Journal of Aerospace Education. 1975 January-February  


    Box Folder
Text   7 6

OX5 Aviation Pioneers. 1976 August   Membership roster.


    Box Folder
Text   7 7

Subseries 8. Heliports 

Heliports of Tarrant County (TX). Undated   Manuscript "Tarrant County Heliports," articles, and clippings.


    Box Folder
Text   7 8

Subseries 9. Locations (Cities) 

Fort Worth, TX, Aviation History. Undated   Manuscripts, newspaper articles, clippings, and research notes.


    Box Folder
Text   7 9

Fort Worth, TX, Aviation History. 1908-1957   Narratives.


    Box Folder
Text   7 10

Houston, TX, Aviation History. Undated   Research notes, articles, clippings, manuscripts "Ellington Field, Houston," "Park Place, Houston's WWI Airbase, The Second Provisional Wing."


    Box Folder
Text   7 11

San Antonio, TX, Aviation History. 1910-1918   Research notes, articles, clippings, manuscripts "The Stinson Field, San Antonio," "History of the 20th Aero Squadron, Air Service, U.S.A.," and "Early History of San Antonio Aviation."


    Box Folder
Text   7 12

Waco, TX, Aviation History. Undated    Research notes, articles, clippings, and manuscript "Waco Aviation."


    Box Folder
Text   7 13

Wichita Falls, TX, Aviation History. 1908-1948   Narrative.


    Box Folder
Text   7 14

Subseries 10. Lighter-Than-Air (LTA) 

Airship Shenandoah. 1964 December    Research notes and transcript "Lighter Than Air In The Navy, and The Shenandoah Story."


    Box Folder
Text   8 1

Goodyear Blimp. 1978 June    Manuscript, article, and Goodyear Blimp brochures.


    Box Folder
Text   8 2

Subseries 11. Military Aviation 

Hicks Field, Fort Worth, TX. 1940 August-October   Manuscripts.


    Box Folder
Text   8 3

Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX. 1976   Research notes, oral history transcripts, manuscripts, and booklet "Pilots, Pigeons, Gents and Jennies," by J.C. Woellner.


    Box Folder
Text   8 4

Texas Army Airfields. Undated   Research notes, manuscripts, articles, and clippings.


    Box Folder
Text   8 5

Texas Military Aviation. 1913-1917   Research notes and excerpts from Posts, Camps and Stations Within S. Dept. and article "Military Aviation in Texas. 1913-1917" by W.C. Pool in "Southwestern Historical Quarterly."


    Box Folder
Text   8 6

Military Aviation, WWI. Undated    Articles, clippings, and manuscripts "Fort Worth's World War One Airfields"; "A Salute to the Men of the 20th Aero Squadron" by F.T. Hayes; and "Organizing the U.S. Air Service."


    Box Folder
Text   8 7

Subseries 12. Miscellaneous 

Miscellaneous, Aviation-Related. Undated   Documents.


    Box Folder
Text   8 8

Miscellaneous, Non-Aviation Related.   Documents.


    Box Folder
Text   8 9

Subseries 13. Personalities 

Personalities, A–E. Undated    Articles, clippings, research notes, and documents.


    Box Folder
Text   9 1

Personalities, F–Q. Undated    Articles, clippings, research notes, and documents.


    Box Folder
Text   9 2

Personalities, R–Z. Undated    Articles, clippings, research notes, and documents.


    Box Folder
Text   9 3

Akin, Earl. Undated    Handwritten manuscripts of Akin biography; research notes; typed poem by Akin; and photocopies of related photographs.


    Box Folder
Text   10 1

Ball, Charles Herring. Circa 1914-1918   Typed manuscripts of Ball biography; research notes; and related Love Field and War Department documents.


    Box Folder
Text   10 2

Bell Helicopter Personalities. Undated   Sketches and clippings.


    Box Folder
Text   10 3

Byrd, David Harold. Undated   Biographical manuscripts.


    Box Folder
Text   10 4

Cowan, Royal W.B. Undated   Biographical manuscript and documents; research notes; clippings and photocopies of photographs; and military records pertaining to Roy Cowan.


    Box Folder
Text   10 5

Easterwood, William E.   Research notes; articles and clippings; and announcement of Rome-New York-Dallas flight sponsored by Easterwood.


    Box Folder
Text   10 6

Erwin, William P. Undated   Research notes; articles and clippings; book excerpt; photocopies of photographs; and documents.


    Box Folder
Text   10 7

Fuller, William Gardner. Undated    Biographical manuscripts; research notes; and articles and clippings.


    Box Folder
Text   10 8

Haddaway, George. Undated   Biographical manuscript; research notes; photocopies of photographs; and articles and clippings.


    Box Folder
Text   10 9

Hillard, Charlie. Undated   Biographical manuscripts; research notes; photocopies of photographs; and articles and clippings.


    Box Folder
Text   10 10

Lindbergh, Charles A. Undated   Documents; hand-written research notes; articles and clippings; sketch, and map.


    Box Folder
Text   10 11

Locklear, Ormer Leslie. Undated   Biographical manuscripts; research notes; and articles and clippings.


    Box Folder
Text   10 12

Love Field Personalities. 1917   Directory, biographical statements, and notes.


    Box Folder
Text   10 13

Mar, Jimmy Pon. Undated   Biographical manuscripts; articles and clippings; and photocopies of photographs.


    Box Folder
Text   10 14

Mattern, Jimmy. Undated   Biographical manuscripts, articles, and clippings.


    Box Folder
Text   10 15

Maugham, James H. Undated   Biographical manuscripts, articles, and clippings.


    Box Folder
Text   10 16

Pigman, Reed. Undated    Biographical manuscripts, articles, and clippings.


    Box Folder
Text   11 1

Plumb, Marl J. Undated   Biographical manuscripts and newspaper article.


    Box Folder
Text   11 2

Ritchey, Edwin. Undated   Biographical manuscripts, articles, notes, and clippings.


    Box Folder
Text   11 3

Spinks, Maurice Hunter.   Image number 5JW-11-4-PB1, biographical manuscripts, National Aerobatic Competition fact sheet, resume, articles, and clippings.


    Box Folder
Mixed materials   11 4

Image description

Image number 5JW-11-4-PB1 depicting M.H. Spinks (left) with Charlie Hilliard (right) standing at workbench looking at document.

Woodall, Howard Vernon. Undated   Biographical manuscripts, photocopies of photographs, articles, clippings, and manuscript "Flying the Golden Trail" by H.V. Woodall.


    Box Folder
Text   11 5

Aviation Directory. Undated   Aviation personalities listings.


    Box Folder
Text   11 6

Subseries 14. Reference 

Carswell AFB. 1957   Manuscripts, articles, clippings, and photocopies of photographs.


    Box Folder
Text   11 7

Subseries 15. Schools 

TCU Night School. Undated    Research notes and "Cloud Dancer" folder (no contents).


    Box Folder
Text   11 8

HAC at UTD. 1975-1979   Image number 5JW-11-9-PB1 through 5JW-11-9-PB4, dedication ceremonies card, flyer, brochures, "Air Log" newsletter, captions, and press release.


    Box Folder
Mixed materials   11 9

Image Description

Image number 5JW-11-9-PB1, The University of Texas at Dallas—Eugene McDermott Library.

Image number 5JW-11-9-PB2, The University of Texas at Dallas—Eugene McDermott Library with attached caption.

Image number 5JW-11-9-PB3, G. Edward Rice, Curator of the History of Aviation Collection, The University of Texas at Dallas, holding a Paragon scimitar propeller and standing behind an OX5 engine.

Image number 5JW-11-9-PB4, Left to right: James B. Dodson; George H. Williams; George Haddaway; and William G. Fuller. Surrounding a table holding books and memorabilia of the History of Aviation Collection.

Subseries 16. 1929 World Endurance Flight 

World Endurance Flight Documents, Folder 1 of 2. 1929    Manuscripts, ephemera, and research notes.


    Box Folder
Text   11 10

World Endurance Flight Documents, Folder 2 of 2. 1929    Narratives, flight log, N.A.A. flight certification, correspondence, newspaper articles, and clippings.


    Box Folder
Text   11 11

Subseries 17. Oversize 

Box

Oversize. 1920-1978   Documents, ephemera, three-views, tracings, stock certificate, directories, clippings, illustrations, articles, notes, and clippings.

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Series IV. Manuscripts 

Subseries 1. Burlage, George Edward 

Federalism's Expanding Dimensions: A Case Study of Decision-Making of the Dallas/Fort Worth Regional Airport. 1979 January   Thesis by George Edward Burlage, B.A. Denton, Texas.


    Box Folder
Text   12 1

Subseries 2. Dewey, John P. 

Erwin, From the War Letters and Diary of an American Ace. 1928 


    Box Folder
Text   12 2

Subseries 3. Korth, Fritz-Alan 

A Tale of Two Cities. 1961 April 19   Senior thesis.


    Box Folder
Text   12 3

Subseries 4. Unidentified Author 

Do It Safely.  Undated    Manuscript.


    Box Folder
Text   12 4

Unassociated Manuscript Pages, Folder 1 of 2. Undated  


    Box Folder
Text   12 5

Unassociated Manuscript Pages, Folder 2 of 2. Undated  


    Box Folder
Text   12 6

Subseries 5. Weisberg, Joseph A. 

Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, Its History, Its Activities, Vol. 1. 1982   Proposed cover and contents listings.


    Box Folder
Text   12 7

Early Love, Folder 1 of 3. Undated    Research notes, articles and clippings, and drafts for proposed book cover.


    Box Folder
Text   12 8

Early Love, Folder 2 of 3. Undated    Drafts for proposed book pages.


    Box Folder
Text   12 9

Early Love, Folder 3 of 3. Undated    Book dedication, book preface, draft of first 44 pages of the book.


    Box Folder
Text   12 10

Fort Worth Aviation, Its History - Its Activities Since 1908. Undated   Proposed book cover, proposed contents, sponsorship letter, notice and pledge form.


    Box Folder
Text   13 1

Fort Worth Aviation to 1919. Undated   Narrative of Fort Worth aviation history and the First Aero Squadron.


    Box Folder
Text   13 2

Fort Worth Aviation, The 1920's. Undated   Narrative and photocopies of photographs, "History of Fort Worth/Dallas Air Mail and Airlines," "Fort Worth Airport," "Lindy," "KKK Plane," and "Brief History of Fort Worth's Flight Service Station."


    Box Folder
Text   13 3

Fort Worth Aviation, The 1930's. Undated   Narrative of Fort Worth aviation history, "Will Rogers Fatal Accident," and "Fort Worth Increases Lead as Aviation Center of South."


    Box Folder
Text   13 4

Fort Worth Aviation, The 1940's. Undated   Narrative of Fort Worth aviation history, "Opening of Primary Flight School," "Bennett Aircraft Plant Completed," "Fort Worth Army Air Field Pilots Are Playing Big Role in Raids Over Axis Territory."


    Box Folder
Text   13 5

Fort Worth Aviation, The 1950's. Undated   Narrative of Fort Worth aviation history, "Fort Worth International Airport," "Tarrant County Heliports," and "Early Fort Worth Aviators."


    Box Folder
Text   13 6

Fort Worth Aviation, WWI Military Airfields. Undated   Narrative, photocopies of photographs, excerpts, "Texas Airbases WWI," "History of the First Day Bombardment Group" by Thomas Miller, Jr., "General Orders," and "What It Used To Be Like."


    Box Folder
Text   13 7

From Boy Scout Leader To WWI Pilot. Undated    Biographical article.


    Box Folder
Text   13 8

History of Dallas Aviation. 1904-1930   Chronological history narrative.


    Box Folder
Text   13 9

The William Erwin Story, Dallas - Honolulu. Undated    Manuscripts, research notes.


    Box Folder
Text   13 10

Wings Over Texas. Undated    Drawings and paste up drafts for book cover.


    Box Folder
Text   13 11

Love Field Photograph Exhibit, Index. 1979   Photo indices and press release for exhibit.


    Box Folder
Text   13 12

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Series V. Photographs 

Subseries 1. Size larger than 5 x 7 and smaller than 8.5 x 11 

20th Aero Squadron Reunion at Carswell AFB. Undated    Image number 5JW-14-1-PB1 through 5JW-14-1-PB13.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   14 1

Image Description

Images depict personalities and scenes from a reunion of the 20th Aero Squadron at Carswell A.F.B. Fort Worth, Texas.

Air Museum, Unidentified. Undated   Image number 5JW-14-2-PB1 through 5JW-14-2-PB17.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   14 2

Image Description

Images depict civil and military airplanes on static display at an unidentified air museum.

Aircraft, Aerobatic. 1979   Image number 5JW-14-3-PB1 through 5JW-14-3-PC2.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   14 3

Image Description

Image number 5JW-14-3-PB1. 1979—Eagle. Starboard below view of the team's three aircraft flying in formation.

Image number 5JW-14-3-PC2. 1979—N41ET, N42ET, N43ET Eagle. Starboard view of the team's three aircraft flying in formation. Team members' photos and aircraft information on reverse.

Aircraft, Biplanes. 1915-1935   Image number 5JW-14-4-PB1 through 5JW-14-4-PB27.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   14 4

Image Description

Images depict various views of U.S. and foreign civil and military biplanes in static positions and in flight.

Aircraft, Civil. 1925   Image number 5JW-14-5-PB1 through 5JW-14-5-PB3.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   14 5

Image Description

Image number 5JW-14-5-PB1. 1925, Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"1st cabin plane on Love Field, Monocoupe #13 designed by Don Luscombe, Velie engine #12, 5 cyl. radial, Mfg. Moline, Ill., belonged to Andy Anderson, Wodall taught Andy to fly." Starboard side, front quarter. 5884 on tail. Man in suit standing at propeller.

Image number 5JW-14-5-PB2—Robin N82H. "Curtiss Robin 1931-32, Challenger engine dbl row 6 cyl radial or J-5, owned by Sid Hess - Waco, 1977 photo." Port side, rear quarter.

Image number 5JW-14-5-PB3—"All metal 4 pl Witchcraft, H. Megredy, only one built in KS." Port side, rear quarter.

Aircraft, Commercial. 1927-1937   Image number 5JW-14-6-PB1 through 5JW-14-6-PB11.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   14 6

Image Description

Images depict propeller-driven and jet-powered commercial airplanes in various livery.

Aircraft, Lighter-Than-Air (LTA). 1924-1937   Image number 5JW-14-7-PB1 through 5JW-14-7-PB29.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   14 7

Image Description

Images depict civil, commercial, and military airships from various static and in flight views.

Aircraft, Military, Jet. 1946-1981   Image number 5JW-14-8-PB1 through 5JW-14-8-PC26.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   14 8

Image Description

Images depict U.S.A.F. and U.S. Navy jet-powered airplanes from various static and in flight views.

Aircraft, Military, Propeller. 1921-1948   Image number 5JW-14-9-PB1 through 5JW-14-9-PB25.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   14 9

Image Description

Images depict U.S. military propeller-driven airplanes from various static and in flight views.

Aircraft, Pioneer. 1909-1927   Image number 5JW-14-10-PB1 through 5JW-14-10-PB5.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   14 10

Image Description

Images depict drawings and photographs of historic aircraft, including a Blériot monoplane and the Spirit of St. Louis.

Aircraft, Vertical Flight. 1946-1964   Image number 5JW-14-11-PB1 through 5JW-14-11-PC30.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   14 11

Image Description

Images depict civil, commercial and military helicopters and V/STOL aircraft under assembly, from various static positions, and in flight.

Aircraft, Circa World War I. 1917-1919   Image number 5JW-14-12-PB1 through 5JW-14-12-PB21.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   14 12

Image Description

Images depict WWI era military aircraft, personnel and airfields of different countries from various views in static positions and in flight.

Airport, Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas. 1960-2001   Image number 5JW-15-1-PB1 through 5JW-15-1-PB20.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   15 1

Image Description

Images depict facilities and operations of Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, Texas.

Airport, Love Field, Dallas, Texas. 1918-1977   Image number 5JW-15-2-PB1 through 5JW-15-2-PB26.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   15 2

Image Description

Images depict various views including aerial photographs of civil, commercial and military facilities, personnel, companies, airplanes and events associated with Love Field, Dallas, Texas, including the "Flyin’ Frolic" of 1918.

Airport, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Texas. 1960   Image number 5JW-15-3-PB1 through 5JW-15-3-PB2.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   15 3

Image Description

Image number 5JW-15-3-PB1. Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Texas—Aerial photograph of grass field and hangar with "Fort Worth" lettered on the roof.

Image number 5JW-15-3-PB2. 1960, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Texas—"Meacham Field in 1960." Old administration building and control tower in center of photograph. Caption affixed to back of photograph.

Airport, Miscellaneous. 1977   Image number 5JW-15-4-PB1 through 5JW-15-4-PB2.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   15 4

Image Description

Image number 5JW-15-4-PB1. Redbird Airport, Dallas, Texas—Aerial photograph of airport and surrounding countryside. Photograph by Tom Dillard.

Image number 5JW-15-4-PB2. 1977, Hearne Airport, Hearne, Texas—"Airport - Hearne, Irvin West, 8,000 ft runways. 1977." Aerial photograph of airport and surrounding countryside.

American Airlines, Operations. 1974   Image number 5JW-15-5-PB1 through 5JW-15-5-PB36.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   15 5

Image Description

Images depict the personnel, equipment and facilities, and daily operations of American Airlines at Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, Texas.

Barnstormers and Aerobatic Fliers. Undated   Image number 5JW-15-6-PB1 through 5JW-15-6-PC3.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   15 6

Image Description

Image number 5JW-15-6-PB1—Front view of biplane surrounded by cowboys and soldiers with cowgirls seated on top wing.

Image number 5JW-15-6-PB2–circa 1940—"Helldivers Flying Circus: Ruth and Clarence Siehl, Grant Hopperstead, O.B. Sine, Jack Robinson. Late 30's. 1940." Group in similar uniforms standing on port side of biplane behind wing.

Image number 5JW-15-6-PC3—Port front quarter view of Walt Pierce aircraft in flight with wing walker in center of top wing.

Care Flite. Undated   Image number 5JW-15-7-PB1.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   15 7

Image Description

Three members of Care Flite rescue team attending female on stretcher on ground in front of front starboard side of airplane, with Care Flite helicopter. N27689 in background.

Illustrations. 1977-1980   Image number 5JW-15-8-PC1 through 5JW-15-8-PC9.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   15 8

Image Description

Image number 5JW-15-8-PC1—Port side view drawing of American Airways Ford Trimotor N9683 flying over coastal area.

Image number 5JW-15-8-PC2. July 1980—Launch of rocket from U.S. Army's Multiple Launch Rocket System. MLRS. Weapon system data printed on back of photograph.

Image number 5JW-15-8-PB3. Jan. 1977—Vought Corporation data sheet with multiple product photographs on one side and printed data on the other side.

Image number 5JW-15-8-PB4. Jan. 1977—"Vought Aircraft History" sheet with photograph of Chance Milton Vought in a Wright-type biplane on one side and a history of the company printed on the other side.

Image number 5JW-15-8-PB5—"206B Live System Isolator Elements." Photograph of drawing of components which "isolate main rotor induced vibrations." Bell Helicopter/Textron photograph 308886.

Image number 5JW-15-8-PB6—"Model 222 Crew Seat Composites Applications." Photograph and drawings. Bell Helicopter/Textron photograph 308890.

Image number 5JW-15-8-PC7—Page containing multiple photographs removed from unidentified publication.

Image number 5JW-15-8-PC8—Page removed from unidentified publication. One side depicts drawing of spacecraft in orbit around a ringed planet, the other side has typed narrative and photographs related to America's space program.

Image number 5JW-15-8-PC9—"RCA Americom Satellite In Space." Related data printed on back of drawing.

Military Airfield, Call Field, Texas. Undated   Image number 5JW-15-9-PB1 through 5JW-15-9-PB3.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   15 9

Image Description

Image number 5JW-15-9-PB1. Call Field, Texas—Contact sheet with two photographs: "Maintenance section of Call Field. It had cleared nicely after a rain. Note reflections in foreground," and "Some of the Fire Fighters and Apparatus. Some of the fire fighters and equipment at Call Field."

Image number 5JW-15-9-PB2. Call Field, Texas—Fire fighters and equipment at Call Field. . Typed caption at top of photograph - "Note reflections in foreground." - is not related to this photograph but to photograph that appeared above it.

Image number 5JW-15-9-PB3. Call Field, Texas—Call Field memorial monument.

Military Airfield, Randolph Field, Texas. 1932-1936   Image number 5JW-15-10-PB1 through 5JW-15-10-PB4.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   15 10

Image Description

Image number 5JW-15-10-PB1. Randolph Field, Texas—Aerial photograph of Randolph Field clearly showing the circular layout of the facility.

Image number 5JW-15-10-PB2. May 1934, Randolph Field, Texas—"(G190-467J-20. 5-34 4PX9-5, Administration Bldg, Randolph Field, Texas." Photograph depicts administration. water tower building with "Randolph Field" spelled in the landscaping in front of the flag pole.

Image number 5JW-15-10-PB3. 30 July 1936, Randolph Field, Texas—"467J20. 7-30-36-4:30P12, Entrance To Randolph Field Texas From Top of Admin. Bldg."

Image number 5JW-15-10-PB4. 1932, Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas—"…(1932-9AX12-2500 Ft. Sam Houston - San Antonio Texas."

Miscellaneous/Unidentified. Undated   Image number 5JW-15-11-PB1 through 5JW-15-11-PB10.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   15 11

Image Description

Images depict personnel, facilities, airplanes, artwork, and documents.

Missiles. Undated   Image number 5JW-16-1-PB1 through 5JW-16-1-PB3.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   16 1

Image Description

Image number 5JW-16-1-PB1—"KDU-1 Regulus I Drone on 1P-1 Launcher, H.P.F. 122A." Starboard side view.

Image number 5JW-16-1-PB2—"XRSSM-N-9 Regulus II Guided Missile, H.P.F. 125I." Port side view.

Image number 5JW-16-1-PB3—"Lance, Vought PR&A 8. 129-76." Three photographs on one sheet depicting launch of Lance missile from mobile launcher.

Non-Aviation. Undated   Image number 5JW-16-2-PB1 through 5JW-16-2-PB4.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   16 2

Image Description

Images depict scenes, buildings, structures, and events from the Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas area.

Personalities, Female. 1922   Image number 5JW-16-3-PB1 through 5JW-16-3-PB5.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   16 3

Image Description

Image number 5JW-16-3-PB1. 1922—"Hollywood stunt flyers. 1922. Gladys Ingle, poised for plane change from Bon MacDougall's Jenny to Art Goebel's." Captioned photograph from unidentified publication.

Image number 5JW-16-3-PB2—Unidentified woman in dress standing with right hand on propeller tip at the port front side of unidentified biplane.

Image number 5JW-16-3-PB3—Unidentified woman in business suit with left hand on propeller hub of Aeronca NC14663.

Image number 5JW-16-3-PB4—Unidentified female holding trophy in room with shelves filled with aviation-related trophies.

Image number 5JW-16-3-PB5—Unidentified man and woman in casual attire standing in front of starboard front quarter of Cessna …89F.

Personalities, Military. 1919   Image number 5JW-16-4-PB1 through 5JW-16-4-PB7.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   16 4

Image Description

Image number 5JW-16-4-PB1. June 1919—"Left to Right: Capt. Edward Laughlin, Lt. Monroe Reynolds, Mr. Clair G. Haton, Capt. Cashman, Lt. Leland Hurd, ARD Dallas Test Pilot, June 1919." Group of men gathered around front starboard quarter of unidentified biplane. Kelly A.F.B. photograph 27377.

Image number 5JW-16-4-PB2. June 1919—"Lt. Leland Hurd, Chief Test Pilot ARD 1918 and Capt. Edward Laughlin, Chief Engineering Officer ARD - 1919." Two men standing in front of port side of cockpit of unidentified biplane. Kelly A.F.B. photograph 27377.

Image number 5JW-16-4-PB3. Call Field, Texas—"Maintenance section at Call Field. It had cleared nicely after a rain. Note reflections in foreground." Group of men seated and standing between fuselages of two unidentified airplanes.

Image number 5JW-16-4-PB4—Group of soldiers gathered around individual in coveralls describing propeller of unidentified biplane. Starboard side view.

Image number 5JW-16-4-PB5—Group of individuals seated and standing in front of Martin MB-1.

Image number 5JW-16-4-PB6—Group of individuals kneeling and standing in front of port front side of Martin MB-1.

Image number 5JW-16-4-PB7—Line of men in uniforms standing shoulder-to-shoulder in front of open hangar.

Personalities, Non-Aviation. 1920-1950   Image number 5JW-16-5-PB1 through 5JW-16-5-PB5.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   16 5

Image Description

Images depict individuals not associated with aviation.

Personalities, Pre 1950. Undated   Image number 5JW-16-6-PB1 through 5JW-16-6-PB39.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   16 6

Image Description

Images depict noted personalities associated with the field of aviation prior to 1950, including: Doolittle, Lindbergh, Erwin, Rodgers, Vencill, Parish, and Byrd.

Personalities, Post 1950. Undated   Image number 5JW-16-7-PB1 through 5JW-16-7-PB7.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   16 7

Image Description

Image number 5JW-16-7-PB1—President Eisenhower and airman at door of U.S.A.F. Bell helicopter. Front starboard side view. Bell Helicopter Textron photograph 236032.

Image number 5JW-16-7-PB2—Two men in suits - Tom Sullivan on left - seated at speaker's table, taken from left side.

Image number 5JW-16-7-PB3—"How. Woodall." Howard Woodall standing and holding model of four engine American Airlines airliner.

Image number 5JW-16-7-PB4—"J. Erik Jonsson, Chairman, Dallas/Fort Worth Regional Airport Board."

Image number 5JW-16-7-PB5—Five individuals - one holding Peters Bros. hat box - standing at base of passenger stairs of American Airlines airliner. Port side view.

Image number 5JW-16-7-PB6—Two men in office area observing object in hands of man on right. Photograph is frame from filmstrip.

Image number 5JW-16-7-PB7—Young boy sitting on antique automobile trunk with trio of acrobatic airplanes flying overhead in formation.

Cowan, Roy. 1918-1919   Image number 5JW-16-8-PB1 through 5JW-16-8-PB36.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   16 8

Image Description

Images from the collection of Roy Cowan, which depict personalities, airplanes and scenes from WWI.

Space Age. 1969-1975   Image number 5JW-16-9-PC1 through 5JW-16-9-PC34.


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   16 9

Image Description

Images and artwork depict astronauts and personalities, rockets, spacecraft, exhibits and facilities associated with the space age, specifically space flight and lunar exploration.

Photocopies. Undated 


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   16 10

Image Description

Collection of black and white photocopies of varying sizes depicting people, aircraft, and scenes from multiple eras. Civil and military of aviation history.

Photocopies, Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Texas. Undated 


    Box Folder
Graphic materials   16 11

Image Description

Collection of black and white photocopies of varying sizes depicting people, aircraft, and scenes from multiple eras. Civil and military of Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Texas, history.

Subseries 2. Oversize, Mounted, "Early Love" Exhibit 

Box

Oversize, Mounted, "Early Love" Exhibit. 1914-1930   Image number 5JW-17--PB1 through 5JW-17--PB21.

Image Description

Image number 5JW-17--PB1. 1926, Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"221. Phil Lampert - Ops. Mgr., Dorsey Askew - Pilot, Air Mail From Love Field, N.A.T., Behind Plane - Mr. Jacks, Truck Driver. 1926." Two men with pile of mail bags standing beside port side of Curtiss Falcon Mail Plane 210E, with mail truck and driver behind the airplane.

Image number 5JW-17--PB2. 1914, Dallas, Texas—"100. First Flying School in Dallas - 1914. Flying field north of Fowler Orphan Home, Offices at 1125 Busch Bldg. Dls., Pres: Currie McCutcheon, VP and Chief Instr - Lestere Miller, Secy, Treas - Paul Vandevede." Group surrounding early pusher biplane in front of signed hangar. Photocopy accompanies mounted photograph.

Image number 5JW-17--PB3. circa 1917, –circa 1918, Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"121. U.S. Army Signal Corp Aircraft Ground School, Standard, 1917-18." Men working around stripped fuselage of Standard biplane.

Image number 5JW-17--PB4. Love Field, Dallas, Texas—Men working on two aircraft engines mounted to maintenance stand.

Image number 5JW-17--PB5. Love Field, Dallas, Texas—Unidentified biplane making low pass over buildings.

Image number 5JW-17--PB6. Love Field, Dallas, Texas—Man seated in unidentified single-engine monoplane. Starboard side view.

Image number 5JW-17--PB7—"147." Two men standing in front of railroad passenger car which is lettered "U.S. Regulars - Aviation Corps U…"

Image number 5JW-17--PB8—"144." Unidentified biplane on float in front of hangars and launching ramp.

Image number 5JW-17--PB9—"240. Errett Williams, Pilot, George Perrin on wing." Starboard front quarter view of unidentified biplane in flight with "wing walker" on outboard top starboard wing.

Image number 5JW-17--PB10. 1926, Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"222. Herb Kindred - pilot NAT - first pilot to fly air mail out of Love Field, Curtiss Carrier Pigeon. 1926." Pilot standing on exhaust pipe beside port side of cockpit.

Image number 5JW-17--PB11—"209. Standard OX-5 engine, Pete Taylor. left…B.B. Owens. fourth from left." Five men seated with rifles in front of unidentified biplane with six deer killed hanging from the horizontal propeller and a turkey on the propeller hub. Inset photograph of unidentified man in lower right corner of the larger photograph.

Image number 5JW-17--PB12—"220." Men standing shoulder-to-shoulder in front of unidentified biplane. Table containing the names of some of the men in the photograph affixed left and below the photograph.

Image number 5JW-17--PB13. Circa 1927 – circa 1928, Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"Love Field Aviators and Mechanics 1927-28." Men kneeling and standing in two rows in front of unidentified biplane. Some of the men are identified in the legend affixed to the lower right corner of the mounting media.

Image number 5JW-17--PB14—Three men and a woman inspecting a Guiberson diesel aircraft engine.

Image number 5JW-17--PB15—"309. Cliff Pettit?, Art Goebel, Alan Guiberson. Taperwing WACO - Diesel Engine." Four men in overcoats and hats standing in front of biplane.

Image number 5JW-17--PB16—"204. Bill Easterwood, Mozelle Ransom, Miss Dallas, Capt. Wm. Erwin." Easterwood and Ransom in front cockpit and Erwin in rear cockpit of biplane. Port side view.

Image number 5JW-17--PB17. Circa 1926 – circa 1927—"239. Jenny Airplane - OX-5 Engine, Ross Arnold. and Austin Lawrence on to Cleveland Race, 1926-27." Two men standing on lower wing of biplane working on the engine.

Image number 5JW-17--PB18. Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"Love Field Celebrities. Can You Identify. ?" Five men in varying attire standing shoulder-to-shoulder in front of unidentified biplane and automobile.

Image number 5JW-17--PB19—"318. Eddie Ross, Beech Staggerwing." Man standing on lower port wing beside engine cowling.

Image number 5JW-17--PB20. 1930—"310. Left - L.L. Johnson, Rt. - Grady Trew. Plane - Curtiss Robin, Engine OX-5. 1930." Two standing men resting against front port side wing brace.

Image number 5JW-17--PB21. Circa 1923 – circa 1924—"214. Henry Toncray, Troy Vencill - Helicopter Pilots, 1923-24." Early helicopter with two of three landing gear wheels a few feet off the ground.

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Oversize, Mounted, "Early Love" Exhibit. 1911-1935   Image number 5JW-18--PB1 through 5JW-18--PB24.

Image Description

Image number 5JW-18--PB1. May 1935, Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"311. Love Field 1935. May 1935."

Image number 5JW-18--PB2. 1943, Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"402. Love Field 1943." Image number 5JW-18--PB3. Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"167. G.I.'s Learning How To Fuel Airplanes. Notice Prop." Two men fueling biplane in front of open hangar.

Image number 5JW-18--PB4—"208. Universal Airlines. Westover, Bobbie Jewell, Hallgren, Holbrook." Three photographs positioned vertically: "Yesterday's Plane, Airmail Pioneers. three men including C.A. Lindbergh in center, and Today's Plane." The three photographs are surrounded by four portrait photographs - two on left and two on right - of early pilots.

Image number 5JW-18--PB5. 1918, Fort Worth, Texas—"131. Funeral in Fort Worth of Vernon Castle. 1918." Funeral procession in street proceeding towards the photographer.

Image number 5JW-18--PB6—Two unidentified military biplanes that have collided, the tangled wreckage resting on the ground. Starboard side view.

Image number 5JW-18--PB7. Circa 1915—"150. Katherine Stinson. Ab. 1915." Starboard front quarter view of Katherine Stinson at controls of Curtiss-type biplane.

Image number 5JW-18--PB8—"137. Plane - British Vickers 'Gunbus' Mfg'd 1914-1915, Engine - 100 HP Gnome, 70 MPH Cruise, 1 Pilot, 1 Observer." Port front quarter view of airplane with three ground crew members in front of the airplane.

Image number 5JW-18--PB9. Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"201. Love Field Hangar 3, Douglas Plane." Two rows of people - mostly military personnel - standing and sitting in front of starboard side of airplane outside "Army Air Corps" hangar.

Image number 5JW-18--PB10. Circa 1924, –Circa 1925, Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"219. Killy's Canuck. White Canuck, OX-5, Mrs. M.M. Merrill. Hangar #1. Date 1924-25." Female seated in rear cockpit of biplane outside open hangar. Port side view of airplane. "Non Stop Dallas to Dayton" and "11" lettered on port side of airplane.

Image number 5JW-18--PB11. 1918, France—"136. Pilot Charles H. Ball. French Salmson plane, mfg. 1917. 260 HP Salmson engine, 115 mph maximum cruise. 'Red' Nichols from Jxsn, Miss. Photo taken in France - Autumn 1918." Starboard front quarter view of airplane with two men in the airplane.

Image number 5JW-18--PB12—"106." A.G. McGalin at the controls of the first airplane in Dallas, which he designed and built in 1911. Starboard front quarter view. Five women in hats and dresses surround the airplane. The woman on the left is unidentified. Others, left to right, are Mrs. McGalin, Florence Morgan, Mrs. Harry Drewa, Imogene Weaver of Oklahoma City, and Reca Arons. Photograph accompanied by captioned newspaper photograph from unidentified source, dated 8/28/1949.

Image number 5JW-18--PB13—Front starboard quarter view of biplane in very unusual paint scheme, with several rows of unidentified biplanes in background.

Image number 5JW-18--PB14—"Back to The Basics." Port side view of airplane NC-8495 in Braniff livery.

Image number 5JW-18--PB15. Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"164. Love Field." Three biplanes, each in a different paint scheme, lined nose-to-tail in field beside open hangars. Starboard side views. Airplane on right is that of the Commanding Officer of Love Field.

Image number 5JW-18--PB16—“243. Temple Monoplane. Cirrus Engine." X-852H. Starboard front quarter view.

Image number 5JW-18--PB17. 1930, Love Field, Dallas, Texas

Image number 5JW-18--PB18—"126. Fokker D-8." Caption misidentifies D VII as a D VIII. Airplane is actually a D VII with the lower wing removed, and is identified as much by lettering on the fuselage. Starboard side view. Military personnel standing behind airplane.

Image number 5JW-18--PB19—"242." Two unidentified men standing beside the engine on the front port side of unidentified high-wing monoplane. A biplane and automobile are in the background of the photograph.

Image number 5JW-18--PB20—"166. JN4-D Jenny WW One Trainer." Port side view of biplane with "SC.1 6 38" and "56" painted on side of fuselage.

Image number 5JW-18--PB21—Men in various attire standing shoulder-to-shoulder in front of Curtiss JN-4. Many of the individuals are identified on the back of the photograph mounting board.

Image number 5JW-18--PB22. Breckenridge, Texas—"317. Picture Poem In Air-Mindedness. Breckenridge, Texas. C.J. McDonald and Wife Bidding Bon Voyage To … Reeding On Their Sixtieth Honey Moon Anniversary." Two couples and another man with his back to the photographer standing at front starboard quarter of high-wing airplane in unidentified airline livery.

Image number 5JW-18--PB23. Circa 1923, Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"216. First out of state plane refueled at Love Field. AB 1923." Clayco Petroleum Products fuel truck refueling biplane, with personnel around airplane and fuel truck.

Image number 5JW-18--PB24. Circa 1911, Dallas, Texas—"106. Pilot at the 'wheel' A.g. McGalin. Women in Photo. L to R: 1. Unknown 2. Mrs. McGalin 3. Florene Morgan/Mrs. Harry Drews 4. Imogene Weaver - Okla City 5. Reca Arons/Mrs. L.B. Patrick. Date about 1911 in Dallas." Same as 5JW-18-PB12.

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Oversize, Mounted, "Early Love" Exhibit. 1917-1978   Image number 5JW-19--PB1 through 5JW-19--PB19.

Image Description

Image number 5JW-19--PB1. Nov. 12-13. 1918, Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"132. Love Field. Nov. 12/13. 1918." Photograph taken during the "Flyin' Frolics" event.

Image number 5JW-19--PB2. Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"403. Love Field."

Image number 5JW-19--PB3. Dec. 1917, –30 May 1918, Love Field, Dallas, Texas—Two panoramic photographs mounted on the same backing, each depicting the personnel, airplanes and facilities of Love Field. Top photograph: "168. Love Field Personnel, May 1918. Love Field Aviation Flying School." Bottom photograph: "168-A. 147 Aero Sqdn. Dec. 1917."

Image number 5JW-19--PB4. 1943, Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"403. Love Field. 1943."

Image number 5JW-19--PB5—"316. Jean La Rene. Later married Lou Foote." Couple leaning on trailing edge of starboard wing of unidentified airplane with "Dallas Aviation School" lettered on vertical stabilizer. Woman's head is turned to face the photographer.

Image number 5JW-19--PB6—"158." Four workers assembling wood fuselage of airplane in "factory."

Image number 5JW-19--PB7—"134." Unidentified man in long leather flying coat and helmet with goggles stands in front of unidentified biplane, with left hand resting on propeller blade. of four-blade propeller.

Image number 5JW-19--PB8—"118. Medical testing to qualify as a flying cadets." Man sitting in revolving chair being addressed by another man in uniform.

Image number 5JW-19--PB9. 1917, Dallas, Texas—"110. 1917. Dallas. Lestere Miller, Pilot, Hugh V. Jamieson Sr. Photographer. Trackman K.V. Kansas." Port front quarter view of pilot at controls of Curtiss-type biplane with photographer seated on the lower port wing.

Image number 5JW-19--PB10—"152. Mr. Williams of Temple, TX." Man standing in front of early monoplane which has "Queen Boosters" lettered on the underside of the port wing.

Image number 5JW-19--PB11. 1927—"226. Dallas Spirit. Bill Erwin. Built by Swallow Aircraft Co. Wichita, KS. 1927." Starboard front quarter view of aircraft having cowling area inspected by individual in heavy flying suit.

Image number 5JW-19--PB12—"159. Rigging the Jenny fuselage." Two men working on the fuselage of a wooden airplane.

Image number 5JW-19--PB13. 5 October 1918, Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"130. Newspaper Published at Love Field 1917-1918." Photograph of top half of front page of 10/5/1918 The Love Field Loops newspaper.

Image number 5JW-19--PB14. 1924, Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"205. Lottie Price, artist, worked Airway Café, Love Field, across street, hangar 6. 1924." Photograph of artwork titled "Love Field Honor Roll," depicting caricatures of various individuals.

Image number 5JW-19--PB15—"105. Dallas Scene. Can you identify?" Men standing in front of lower starboard wing of unidentified biplane with man at the controls.

Image number 5JW-19--PB16. Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"123. First graduating class. 6 - Row Cowan, Dallas." Photograph of clipping captioned "Graduating Class of Love Field Cadets" from unidentified newspaper depicting six cadets standing shoulder-to-shoulder. Roy Cowan on right.

Image number 5JW-19--PB17—"231. Martin bomber, Liberty engines, D.H. in bkgrd." Starboard front quarter view. "131" painted on starboard side of nose. Other airplanes in background.

Image number 5JW-19--PB18. Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"704." Love Field commemorative monument.

Image number 5JW-19--PB19. 1978, Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"701. Weather Bureau - 24 hour service - in flight weather reports. Love Field. Dick Cook, at air to ground radio console. Call 350-3311 to file flite plan - weather briefing - en-route weather information - emergency assistance in flite. 1978. Covers N.E. Texas." Man talking on telephone seated at instrument console.

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Oversize, Mounted, "Early Love" Exhibit. 1917-1970   Image number 5JW-20--PB1 through 5JW-20--PB16.

Image Description

Image number 5JW-20--PB1—"108. Pilot - Lestere Miller, Police Officer - Chief Ryan. First Air Mail Flight - Dallas to Fort Worth." Pilot standing by control wheel of airplane shaking hands with police officer on his right, surrounded by spectators.

Image number 5JW-20--PB2. November 1917, Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"122. Major Netherwood. First Commanding Officer. Nov. 1917." Netherwood seated in cockpit of airplane on whose starboard side is lettered "Love Field, SC34018, Commanding Officer," with open hangar in background.

Image number 5JW-20--PB3. November 12-13. 1918, Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"132. Love Field. Nov 12/13. 1918." Aerial photograph depicts crowds around row of hangars with airplanes parked in a row in the right center of the photograph.

Image number 5JW-20--PB4—"233. Left 'Grasshopper Aircraft' Penguin Aircraft with Lawrence Engine." Starboard side view of row of aircraft. Aircraft on left, the Grasshopper Aircraft, being the only monoplane.

Image number 5JW-20--PB5. Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"162." Row of hangars surrounded by spectators, taken from atop a higher structure on the field.

Image number 5JW-20--PB6—"312." Two individuals. females in heavy flying gear, helmets and goggles facing the photographer.

Image number 5JW-20--PB7—"135. Handley-Page Bomber - Bkgd, French Spad '7' Plane - Foreground. Hisso Engine 180 HP." Port side of two biplanes surrounded by people.

Image number 5JW-20--PB8—"143." Wreckage of airplane identified by sign in the photograph as "Avion Rumpler," shot down by a French airplane over Dunkirk, France, September 1917.

Image number 5JW-20--PB9. Circa 1917 – circa 1918—"120. U.S. Army Signal Corp. Aviation Ground School. Engine: Hall Scott. 1917-18." Military personnel inspecting aircraft engine on mount.

Image number 5JW-20--PB10—"160." Rudder and horizontal stabilizer assembly of unidentified airplane in assembly jig.

Image number 5JW-20--PB11—"142." Port side view of unidentified pilot seated in biplane.

Image number 5JW-20--PB12—"148." Two soldiers standing in front of crashed biplane, with a row of biplanes in front of hangars in background.

Image number 5JW-20--PB13. 1917–1918—"119. U.S. Army Signal Corp. Aviation Ground School. 1917-18." Military personnel standing around tail section of airplane, with instructor. with pointer standing behind the rudder.

Image number 5JW-20--PB14—"163." Two unidentified military aviators standing in front of propeller of biplane.

Image number 5JW-20--PB15. August 1927, Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"225. Wm. Erwin and Wife Constance - With Dallas Spirit, Love Field, Aug. 1927." Couple posed at starboard cockpit entry.

Image number 5JW-20--PB16. Circa 1970—"501." American Airlines jet aircraft parked at jetways.

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Oversize, Mounted, "Early Love" Exhibit. 1918-1974   Image number 5JW-21--PB1 through 5JW-21--PB16.

Image Description

Image number 5JW-21--PB1—"112. Curtiss 'Jenny' JN-4." Photograph of drawings of airplane and its various components, from Air Age publication.

Image number 5JW-21--PB2—"139." Military personnel standing shoulder-to-shoulder in front of unidentified biplane.

Image number 5JW-21--PB3—"125. Curtiss JN4-D." SC34085. Starboard side view.

Image number 5JW-21--PB4. 11 November 1918—"138. 20th Aero Sqdn. November 11. 1918. Armistice Day. Left to Right: Lt. J.Y. Stokes, Lt. W.S. Holt, Lt. Sidney Howard, Capt. C.G. Sellers, Lt. Daniel McWhirter, Lt. L.P. Koepfgren, Lt. Gardner H. Fiske." Aviators standing shoulder-to-shoulder in front of unidentified biplane.

Image number 5JW-21--PB5—"142." Port side view of unidentified pilot seated in biplane. Same as 5JW-20-BP11.

Image number 5JW-21--PB6. 1932—"302. Curtiss A-3. D-12 Engine. 1932." Two rows of uniformed personnel, one kneeling and one standing, in front of biplane. Charts affixed to photograph and front and back of mounting media board identify some of the personnel in the photograph.

Image number 5JW-21--PB7. Hugo, Oklahoma—"102. Harry Weddington In His Airplane. Hugo, Okla. Harry Weddington, Commanding Officer, Military Reserves, Love Field and Hensley Field." Weddington seated at controls of Curtiss-type pusher airplane. Front starboard quarter view.

Image number 5JW-21--PB8. 1948—"401. Vencill Family 50th Wedding Anniversary of Parents Wade and Myrtle Vencill. Top Row: Carrie, Jim Bonger, Roy Troy, Mary Claude, B. Floyd, Susie, Dad, Ma, Fred Mable. 1948." Two rows of people, one seated and the other standing shoulder-to-shoulder.

Image number 5JW-21--PB9—"211." Photograph of Dallas News Staff Cartoon by Bill McClanah depicting barnstorming at Love Field after WWI.

Image number 5JW-21--PB10—"154." Photograph of County Fair advertisement from Logan, Kansas, featuring "Lincoln Beachey, Inc. Presents …"

Image number 5JW-21--PB11—"153." Man seated at controls of unidentified pusher biplane, with two men standing on the starboard side of the airplane. Port front quarter view.

Image number 5JW-21--PB12. Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"254. Ford Tri Motor." Port front quarter view of airplane, with people standing under starboard wing, automobiles parked in a row behind the airplane, and Army Air Corps buildings in the background.

Image number 5JW-21--PB13. Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"210. Travelaire 2000. Front: H. Woodalls Hangar, Mozelle Ransom, Miss Dallas." Woman and man standing at nose of biplane with Southern Airways Inc. hangar in background. Front starboard quarter view.

Image number 5JW-21--PB14. Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"232. Martin Bomber. Consolidated PT-1. 192?" Front view of biplanes, with Consolidated airplane in front of starboard wing of Martin airplane.

Image number 5JW-21--PB15. Circa 1974, Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"601. Love Field. After 1974. Jan 13."

Image number 5JW-21--PB16—"115. WW One G.I." Street scene of G.I. with rifle looking at baby being held by female.

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Oversize, Mounted, "Early Love" Exhibit.   Image number 5JW-22--PB1 through 5JW-22--PB16.

Image Description

Image number 5JW-22--PB1—"114. Assembly line of Curtiss JN Aircraft 'Jennies.' Engine." Front port quarter view of biplanes on assembly line inside building.

Image number 5JW-22--PB2. 1925—"236. Consolidated PT-1 Planes. 1925. Engine - Hisso." Front starboard quarter view of two biplanes.

Image number 5JW-22--PB3—"109. Lestere Miller." Pilot seated at controls of Curtiss-type pusher biplane. Front starboard quarter view.

Image number 5JW-22--PB4—"103. Harry Weddington." Man seated at controls of pusher biplane with another man standing to his left, and an automobile parked to the right of the airplane. Starboard front quarter view.

Image number 5JW-22--PB5—"116." People on street erecting recruiting posters.

Image number 5JW-22--PB6—"304. Adm. Richard E. Byrd, D. Harold Byrd / Dallas." Two men arm-in-arm standing in suits and hats on street for photographer.

Image number 5JW-22--PB7. 4 September 1925, Noble County, Ohio—"244." Port side view of crashed Shenandoah airship, taken from hillside.

Image number 5JW-22--PB8—"111. Oriole." Men sitting on wingless fuselage. Starboard side view.

Image number 5JW-22--PB9—"113. Curtiss OX-5 90 HP V8 Aircraft Engine, Water Cooled. Built From 1912 To." Photograph of rear and starboard side view drawing of OX-5 engine. Drawing attributed to "Curtiss A&M."   Image number 5JW-22--PB10. Circa 1917 – circa 1918, Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"129. Love Field 1917-18." Port side view of biplanes lined up in a row, with buildings in the background. Caption on photograph: "Love Field, Dallas, Texas."

Image number 5JW-22--PB11—"165. Standard J-1 Airplane, Hall Scott Engine." Aircraft number 4953. Starboard rear quarter view.

Image number 5JW-22--PB12—"145." Ca. 4051. Front starboard quarter view of biplane with crew in positions.

Image number 5JW-22--PB13—"104. Dallas. Can You Identify?" Two men in coveralls standing in front of the engine of unidentified biplane.

Image number 5JW-22--PB14—"227. Morris Titterington, Dallas - Invented Compass Used by Lindbergh." Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce of America plaque commemorating Lindbergh's 1927 New York to Paris flight.

Image number 5JW-22--PB15—"161. Curtiss JN 3 In The Crate." Front port side view of the crated fuselage of airplane 1567.

Image number 5JW-22--PB16—"124. Curtiss JN4-H Being Assembled." Starboard side view of wingless fuselage of airplane 44246 with man at tail assembly.

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Subseries 3. Oversize, Mounted 

Box

Oversize, Mounted. Undated   Image number 5JW-23-PB1 through 5JW-23-PB30.

Image Description

Images provide depictions from the following categories. Undated: Aircraft Manufacturers, Aviation Schools, Aircraft. Civil, Commercial, LTA, Military - Jet Era, Military WWI and Golden Age, Military - WWII, and Vertical Flight Craft.

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Oversize, Mounted. Undated   Image number 5JW-24-PB1 through 5JW-24-PB20.

Image Description

Images depict individuals and groups of individuals, both military and civilian, associated with north Texas aviation.

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Oversize, Mounted. Undated   Image number 5JW-25-PB1 through 5JW-25-PB20.

Image Description

Images depict individuals and groups of individuals, both military and civilian, associated with north Texas aviation.

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Subseries 4. Oversize 

Airports, Aerial Photographs. 1918-1961   Image number 5JW-26-1-PB1 through 5JW-26-1-PB11.


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Image Description

Images depict the facilities, events and aircraft associated with Love Field, Dallas, Texas, and other unidentified airports.

Aircraft, Civil. Undated   Image number 5JW-26-2- PB1 through 5JW-26-2-PB2.


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Image Description

Image number 5JW-26-2- PB1—Unidentified monoplane. Rear starboard quarter view.

Image number 5JW-26-2-PB2—Dy… Delta N14SA. Spectators surround unidentified delta-wing airplane. Rear port quarter view.

Aircraft, Commercial, Concorde. Undated   Image number 5JW-26-3-PB1 through 5JW-26-3-PB4.


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Image Description

Image number 5JW-26-3-PB1—Concorde in Braniff livery in flight. Top port quarter view.

Image number 5JW-26-3-PB2—Concorde in British airways livery with "Concorde" portable steps at front port entry. Front starboard quarter view. Braniff Boeing 727 airplanes in background.

Image number 5JW-26-3-PB3—Concorde in Braniff livery in transition on runway. Port side view.

Image number 5JW-26-3-PB4—Ceremony being held under the nose of a Concorde in British airways livery. Starboard front quarter view.

Aircraft, LTA. Undated   Image number 5JW-26-4-PB1 through 5JW-26-4-PB2.


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Image Description

Image number 5JW-26-4-PB1—Photograph of multi-view drawings and cutaway drawings of  Shenandoah dirigible.

Image number 5JW-26-4-PB2—Unidentified U.S. Navy dirigible at mooring mast. Below front port side view.

Aircraft, Military, Jet Era. Undated   Image number 5JW-26-5-PB1 through 5JW-26-5-PB2.


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Image Description

Image number 5JW-26-5-PB1—Starboard front quarter view of airplane in flight.

Image number 5JW-26-5-PB2—Starboard front quarter view of airplane in flight.

Aircraft, WWI. 1937   Image number 5JW-26-6-PB1 through 5JW-26-6-PB16.


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Image Description

Images depict WWI aircraft, personnel and military facilities including Love Field, Dallas, Texas, Pensacola Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Florida, and Randolph Field, San Antonio, Texas.

Aircraft, Military, Propeller. Undated   Image number 5JW-26-7-PB1 through 5JW-26-7-PB3.


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Image Description

Image number 5JW-26-7-PB1—Port side view of airplane 128088 in flight.

Image number 5JW-26-7-PB2—Starboard side view of airplane 74327 in Corps of Engineers livery alighting on water.

Image number 5JW-26-7-PB3—Front starboard quarter view of airplane at air show.

Aircraft, Vertical Flight. Undated   Image number 5JW-26-8-PB1 through 5JW-26-8-PB4.


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Image Description

Image number 5JW-26-8-PB1—U.S. Navy airplane in vertical flight.

Image number 5JW-26-8-PB2—Rear overhead view of U.S. Army airplane 4147.

Image number 5JW-26-8-PB3—Front starboard quarter view of helicopter N14806 in flight over building.

Image number 5JW-26-8-PB4—Starboard side view of three different helicopters aligned one beside the other. Helicopter in the foreground is N49505, and helicopter in center has "ROWE - Helicopter Corp" painted on tail boom.

Airlines and Air Mail. Undated   Image number 5JW-26-9-PB1 through 5JW-26-9-PB5.


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Image Description

Image number 5JW-26-9-PB1—Port side view of airplane 210E in N.A.T. livery with two men and bags of mail in foreground. Man and truck seen behind the airplane.

Image number 5JW-26-9-PB2—Starboard side view of Tulsa-Oklahoma City Airline airplane NC1929, with tail skid on oil drum.

Image number 5JW-26-9-PB3—Port side view of biplane C6358 in East Texas Airways Inc. livery, with spectators behind the airplane.

Image number 5JW-26-9-PB4—Front starboard quarter view of airplane NC334N surrounded by people.

Image number 5JW-26-9-PB5. Love Field, Dallas, Texas—"Braniff Terminal, Love Field, Dallas." Front starboard quarter view of Boeing 727 N1727T at airport terminal.

Miscellaneous. Undated   Image number 5JW-26-10-PB1 through 5JW-26-10-PB10.


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Image Description

Images depict subjects of aviation interest, but are unrelated.

Non-Aviation. Undated   Image number 5JW-26-11-PB1 through 5JW -26-11-PB8.


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Image Description

Images depict people and scenes that are not aviation-related.

Personalities, Military. 1918   Image number 5JW-26-12-PB1 through 5JW-26-12-PB12.


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Image Description

Images depict individuals and groups of military personnel, some of which are associated with Love Field, Dallas, Texas.

Personalities, Pre 1950. 1922-1930   Image number 5JW-26-13-PB1 through 5JW-26-13-PB43.


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Image Description

Images depict men and women whose aviation notoriety was attained before 1950 and include Lincoln Beachey, Col. Bill Easterwood, Coste and Bellonte, and Ruth Law. Many, however, are unidentified.

Subseries 5. Size smaller than 5 x 7 

20th Aero Squadron Reunion. Undated    Image number 5JW-27-1-PB1 through 5JW-27-1-PB7.


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Image Description

Images depict personalities and scenes from a reunion held at Carswell AFB Fort Worth, Texas.

Air Mail. 1926   Image number 5JW-27-2-PB1 through 5JW-27-2-PB5.


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Image Description

Image number 5JW-27-2-PB1—"Dorsey Askeiv - Pilot, Phil Lampert - Stn Mgr, In Bkgrd - Mr. Jacks, Mail Truck Driver." Men standing with mail bags behind wings on port side of airplane 210E.

Image number 5JW-27-2-PB2—Drawing of airplane flying over U.S. mail truck.

Image number 5JW-27-2-PB3—Air mail cancellation overlapping 5 cent U.S. air mail postage stamp.

Image number 5JW-27-2-PB4. 12 May 1926, Dallas, Texas—Air mail postal cover commemorating "First Flight Inaugurating Contract Air Mail, Chicago-Dallas Route."

Image number 5JW-27-2-PB5—Coast-to-coast air mail route superimposed over map of United States.

Aircraft, Aerobatic. Undated    Image number 5JW-27-3-PB1.


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Image Description

Image number 5JW-27-3-PB1—Row of four airplanes in similar paint schemes, with engines running. Front port quarter view.

Aircraft, Civil. 1920-1940   Image number 5JW-27-4-PB1 through 5JW-27-4-PB58.


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Image Description

Images depict various views of civil aircraft, both on the ground and in flight.

Aircraft, Commercial. Undated   Image number 5JW-27-5-PB1 through 5JW-27-5-PB28.


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Image Description

Images depict various views of commercial aircraft, both on the ground and in flight.

Aircraft, Lighter-than-Air. 1937   Image number 5JW-27-6-PB1.


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Image Description

Image number 5JW-27-6-PB1. 6 May 1937, Lakehurst Naval Air Station, Manchester Township, New Jersey— Hindenburg explosion at mooring mast.

Aircraft, Manufacturers and Schools. 1916-1932   Image number 5JW-27-7-PB1 through 5JW-27-7-PB8.


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Graphic materials   27 7

Image Description

Image number 5JW-27-7-PB1—Row of partially assembled biplanes situated side-by-side inside manufacturing plant. Front port quarter view. Photograph of page from unidentified publication.

Image number 5JW-27-7-PB2—Military mechanics working in and around nose section of unassembled biplane. Front starboard quarter view.

Image number 5JW-27-7-PB3—"Student aviators mastering the intricacies of the airplane motor." Photograph of photograph from unidentified publication, depicting instructors and students surrounding an airplane engine.

Image number 5JW-27-7-PB4. Breckenridge, Texas—"Earl Akin, Famous Breckenridge Glider Builder…" Airplane making low flight over rural area. Front view.

Image number 5JW-27-7-PB5. Circa 22 May 1932, Breckenridge, Texas—"Akin AirCraft Co.'s First, Breckenridge, Texas, Manufactoried Airoplane, Cross Country Test Flown May 22. 1932." Rear port side view of airplane, with men standing at the nose of the airplane and buildings in the background. Earl Akin in cockpit.

Image number 5JW-27-7-PB6. 1916—"The Cook Boat Davenport Aviation School 1916." Starboard view of flying boat inside building, with men in cockpit and standing behind the airplane.

Image number 5JW-27-7-PB7. 1918—"The Cook tractor … Airplane Co. 1918." Workers surround partially assembled biplane inside building. Starboard side view.

Image number 5JW-27-7-PB8—Aerial photograph of Bell Helicopter Corp.

Aircraft, Military, Jet. Undated   Image number 5JW-27-8-PB1 through 5JW-27-8-PB20.


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Graphic materials   27 8

Image Description

Images depict U.S.A.F. and U.S. Navy jet aircraft, both on the ground and in flight.

Aircraft, Military, Propeller. Undated   Image number 5JW-27-9-PB1 through 5JW-27-9-PB16.


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Graphic materials   27 9

Image Description

Images depict propeller-driven U.S. military aircraft, both on the ground and in flight.

Aircraft, Military, Propeller, Biplane and WWI. 1911-1926   Image number 5JW-27-10-PB1 through 5JW-27-10-PB70.


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Graphic materials   27 10

Image Description

Images depict various views of primarily U.S. military biplanes, circa WWI.

Aircraft, Pioneer and Historic. 1906-1930   Image number 5JW-27-11-PB1 through 5JW-27-11-PB23.


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Graphic materials   27 11

Image Description

Images depict historic and pioneer civil aircraft from 1906 through 1930.

Aircraft, Vertical Flight. Undated   Image number 5JW-27-12-PB1 through 5JW-27-12-PB4.


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Image Description

Image number 5JW-27-12-PB1—Port side view of Jet Ranger helicopter suspending object over body of water. Photograph taken from a position above the helicopter.

Image number 5JW-27-12-PB2—Front starboard quarter view of N14806 hovering low to the ground.

Image number 5JW-27-12-PB3—Bell Helicopter Corporation.

Image number 5JW-27-12-PB4—Navy Pogo in vertical flight.

Airports, Dallas/Fort Worth. Undated   Image number 5JW-27-13-PB1 through 5JW-27-13-PB6.


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Graphic materials   27 13

Image Description

Images depict airport views from the control tower of Dallas/Fort Worth Airport, Texas.

Airports, Love Field. 1913-1978   Image number 5JW-27-14-PB1 through 5JW-27-14-PB37.


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Graphic materials   27 14

Image Description

Images depict military and civil scenes from Love Field, Dallas, Texas, several of which document the “Flyin’ Frolic” of November 1918.

Airports, Meacham Field. 1977   Image number 5JW-27-15-PB1 through 5JW-27-15-PB83.


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Graphic materials   27 15

Image Description

Images depict personnel, aircraft, facilities and events documenting the historical development and growth of Meacham Field, Fort Worth, Texas.

Airports, Miscellaneous. 1922-1960   Image number 5JW-27-16-PB1 through 5JW-27-16-PB25.


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Graphic materials   27 16

Image Description

Images depict the aircraft, facilities and personnel associated with various airports, most of which are unidentified.

Care Flite. Undated    Image number 5JW-27-17-PB1 through 5JW-27-17-PB4.


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Graphic materials   27 17

Image Description

Image number 5JW-27-17-PB1—Starboard front quarter view of Care Flite helicopter on ramp, with people in golf cart between the photographer and the helicopter.

Image number 5JW-27-17-PB2—Two women at open doors on starboard side of Care Flite helicopter.

Image number 5JW-27-17-PB3—Rear starboard quarter view of Care Flite helicopter on pad outside building presumed to be a hospital.

Image number 5JW-27-17-PB4—Three uniformed people attend individual on stretcher on ramp, with airplane and Care Flite helicopter. Port side view in background.

Houston. 1979    Image number 5JW-27-18-PB1 through 5JW-27-18-PB7.


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Graphic materials   27 18

Image Description

Images depict the photographer’s 1979 visit to unidentified individuals in Houston, Texas.

Miscellaneous. Undated    Image number 5JW-27-19-PB1 through 5JW-27-19-PB20.


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Graphic materials   27 19

Image Description

Images depict unrelated subjects, including aircraft engines, posters, and drawings.

Non-Aviation. 1980   Image number 5JW-27-20-PB1 through 5JW-27-20-PB23.


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Graphic materials   27 20

Image Description

Images depict military and civil subjects that are not related to aviation.

Personalities, A. 1925-1977   Image number 5JW-27-21-PB1 through 5JW-27-21-PB13.


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Graphic materials   27 21

Image Description

Images depict aviation personalities whose last names begin with “A”: Akin, Anderson, and Arnold.

Personalities, B. 1977   Image number 5JW-27-22-PB1 through 5JW-27-22-PB10.


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Graphic materials   27 22

Image Description

Images depict aviation personalities whose last names begin with “B”: Ball, Beachey, Beattles, Booth, Branson, and Byrd.

Personalities, C. 1935-1977   Image number 5JW-27-23-PB1 through 5JW-27-23-PB12.


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Graphic materials   27 23

Image Description

Images depict aviation personalities whose last names begin with “C”: Cawthon, Clark, Coker, Coleman, Cowan, Coyle, and Curtiss.

Personalities, E. 1927-1930   Image number 5JW-27-24-PB1 through 5JW-27-24-PB11.


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Graphic materials   27 24

Image Description

Images depict aviation personalities whose last names begin with “E”: Easterwood, Jr., Elliott, Erhard, and Erwin.

Personalities, F. 1977   Image number 5JW-27-25-PB1 through 5JW-27-25-PB3.


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Graphic materials   27 25

Image Description

Images depict aviation personalities whose last names begin with “F”: Foote, Foulois, and Fuller.

Personalities, G. Undated   Image number 5JW-27-26-PB1 through 5JW-27-26-PB3.


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Graphic materials   27 26

Image Description

Images depict aviation personalities whose last names begin with “G”: Garros, Goebel, and Gray.

Personalities, H. 1977   Image number 5JW-27-27-PB1 through 5JW-27-27-PB34.


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Graphic materials   27 27

Image Description

Images depict aviation personalities whose last names begin with “H”: Haddaway, Hanst, Hazlett, Hillard, and Hottle.

Personalities, J. 1930-1977   Image number 5JW-27-28-PB1 through 5JW-27-28-PB2.


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Graphic materials   27 28

Image Description

Image number 5JW-27-28-PB1. 10 February 1930—"Pilot - Paul Johnson. Al Ragland on right, Chicago to Dallas mail service, NAT Airways, 2/10/1930." Pilot seated on starboard rim of cockpit writing a note while two men in suits, one of whom is Al Ragland, observe from the ground.

Image number 5JW-27-28-PB2. 1977—"Jack Jaynes. 1977." Left side view of Jaynes seated with his pipe and reading "World War I Flyers."

Personalities, K. 1930   Image number 5JW-27-29-PB1.


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Image Description

Image number 5JW-27-29-PB1. 1930—"Herb Kindred. 1930." Night photograph of pilot in heavy flying attire standing on port side exhaust pipe of NAT biplane.

Personalities, L. 1917-1927   Image number 5JW-27-30-PB1 through 5JW-27-30-PB11.


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Graphic materials   27 30

Image Description

Images depict aviation personalities whose last names begin with “L”: Law, Lindbergh, and Love Field personalities.

Personalities, M. 1931-1977   Image number 5JW-27-31-PB1 through 5JW-27-31-PB16.


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Graphic materials   27 31

Image Description

Images depict aviation personalities whose last names begin with “M”: Malden, Mar, McAllig, Megredy, Miller, and Moisant.

Personalities, P. 1953-1977   Image number 5JW-27-32-PB1 through 5JW-27-32-PB8.


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Graphic materials   27 32

Image Description

Images depict aviation personalities whose last names begin with “P”: Parker, Parrish, Pierce, Pond, and Post.

Personalities, R. 1930-1979   Image number 5JW-27-33-PB1 through 5JW-27-33-PB18.


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Graphic materials   27 33

Image Description

Images depict aviation personalities whose last names begin with “R”: Ragland, Ramsey, Reagan, Ritchey, Robbins, Rodgers, and Rodrick.

Personalities, S. 1930   Image number 5JW-27-34-PB1 through 5JW-27-34-PB8.


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Graphic materials   27 34

Image Description

Images depict aviation personalities whose last names begin with “S”: Sikorsky, Sorley, and Spalding.

Personalities, T. 1934   Image number 5JW-27-35-PB1 through 5JW-27-35-PB7.


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Graphic materials   27 35

Image Description

Images depict aviation personalities whose last names begin with “T”: Tibbs, Tillennston, Tobin, and Turner.

Personalities, V. 1930-1978   Image number 5JW-27-36-PB1 through 5JW-27-36-PB23.


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Graphic materials   27 36

Image Description

Images depict aviation personalities whose last names begin with “V”: Vencill.

Personalities, W. 1920-1977   Image number 5JW-27-37-PB1 through 5JW-27-37-PB10.


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Graphic materials   27 37

Image Description

Images depict aviation personalities whose last names begin with “W”: Webster, West, Willard, Williams, and Woodall.

Personalities, Barnstormers and Aerobatic. 1924-1927   Image number 5JW-28-1-PB1 through 5JW-28-1-PB13.


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Graphic materials   28 1

Image Description

Images depict stuntmen in various attitudes in flight, and personalities associated with stunt flying organizations.

Personalities, Unidentified, Groups, Civil and Commercial. 1927-1952   Image number 5JW-28-2-PB1 through 5JW-28-2-PB55.


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Graphic materials   28 2

Image Description

Images depict individuals associated with various unidentified civil and commercial aviation groups.

Personalities, Unidentified, Groups, Military. 1925   Image number 5JW-28-3-PB1 through 5JW-28-3-PB25.


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Graphic materials   28 3

Image Description

Images depict military personnel associated with various unidentified military aviation groups.

Personalities, Unidentified, Couples. Undated   Image number 5JW-28-4-PB1 through 5JW-28-4-PB27.


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Graphic materials   28 4

Image Description

Images depict two unidentified people, usually a man and a woman, presumed to have had some association with Texas aviation

Personalities, Unidentified, Female. Undated   Image number 5JW-28-5-PB1 through 5JW-28-5-PB11.


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Graphic materials   28 5

Image Description

Images depict unidentified women engaged in aviation-related activity.

Personalities, Unidentified, Male. Undated   Image number 5JW-28-6-PB1 through 5JW-28-6-PB88.


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Graphic materials   28 6

Image Description

Images depict unidentified men engaged in aviation-related activity.

Personalities, Military. Undated   Image number 5JW-28-7-PB1 through 5JW-28-7-PB27.


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Graphic materials   28 7

Image Description

Images depict Louis Manning with Troy Vencill, and other unidentified military personnel engaged in aviation-related activity.

Space Age. 1973-1979   Image number 5JW-28-8-PB1 through 5JW-28-8-PB22.


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Graphic materials   28 8

Image Description

Images depict astronauts, personalities, facilities, spacecraft, and other subjects related to space age activities, many of the images being photographs of artists’ drawings.

Subseries 6. Slides 

Slides. 1969-1972 


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Processing Information note

Tray is organized chronologically: August 1969 (Jet Airliner - 4); August 1969 (Abbotsford Air Show - 3); September 1970 (National Air Races - about 30); September 1971 (National Air Races - about 115); October 1971 (about 35); December 1971 (Oxygen Chamber Test - 8); August 1972 (modified P-51 N51J? - 3); and October 1972 (Williams Lake - 4).

Slides. 1974-1977 


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Processing Information note

Tray is organized chronologically: November 1974 (Military aircraft of WWII and after, on static display - about 50); June 1975 (Ex-military airplanes converted for racing - about 45); July 1975 (WWII military airplanes, many converted for racing - about 40); October 1975 (P-51 "Red Baron" racing airplane - 25); and August 1977 (event held on a stage 8).

Slides. 1978-1979 


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Processing Information note

Tray is arranged chronologically: May 1978 (National Air and Space Museum, Washington, D.C. - about 150); and May 1979 (aircraft on static display at unidentified air museum - about 65).

Slides. 1979-1982 


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Processing Information note

Tray is arranged chronologically: July 1979 (early military airplanes on static display at unidentified location - 18); October 1979 (midget and home-built racing airplanes and related personalities at unidentified event - 26); November 1979 (radio-controlled airplanes at unidentified event - 9); October 1981 (radio-controlled airplanes at unidentified event - about 40); September 1981 (radio-controlled airplanes at unidentified event - 13); July 1982 (radio-controlled airplanes at unidentified event - 12); September 1982 (radio-controlled airplanes at unidentified event - about 40); and October 1982 (radio-controlled airplanes at unidentified event - 27).

Slides. 1983 


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Processing Information note

Tray is arranged chronologically: July 1983 (Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome - about 75); September 1983 (National Air Races - 26); January 1984 (radio-controlled airplanes at unidentified event - 12); August 1984 (radio-controlled airplanes at unidentified event - 8); November 1984 (radio-controlled airplanes at unidentified event 8); and November 1985 (unidentified air museum - about 75).

Slides. 1986 March-May  


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Graphic materials   29 6

Processing Information note

Tray is arranged chronologically: March 1986 (unidentified air museum and restoration facility - about 120); April 1986 (unidentified air museum and restoration facility - about 42); and May 1986 (racing airplanes under construction and on static display - about 40).

Air Racing. 1987 September  


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Graphic materials   30 1

Processing Information note

Tray is arranged chronologically, then by subject in alphabetical order: September 1987 (Sea Fury racing airplane - 2); April 1990 (seaplane and ships at unidentified museum - about 58); aerial photographs (unidentified airfields and clouds - 6); aerobatics (Christen Eagles airplanes and personnel - 2); air museum, (unidentified location - 12); and air racing (National Air Races personalities and airplanes of all classes - about 120).

Aircraft, Aldrich Cobra-Aircraft, Radio-Controlled. Undated 


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Graphic materials   30 2

Processing Information note

Tray is arranged alphabetically by subject: Aircraft, Aldrich Cobra (Bell P-39 Cobra - about 95); B-52 flap reduction presentation (presentation consisting of photographs, text slides and graphs - 21); aircraft, civil (static and in flight - 18); aircraft, commercial (Ford trimotor N7791B - 1); aircraft, helicopter (single rotor - 11); aircraft, Loving's Love (on display - 2); aircraft, lighter-than-air (deflated, being inflated and in flight - 14); aircraft, military (cargo jet - 3); and aircraft, radio-controlled (unidentified event - about 50).

Aircraft, Spruce Goose-Miscellaneous, Unidentified. Undated 


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Graphic materials   30 3

Processing Information note

Tray is arranged alphabetically by subject: Aircraft, Spruce Goose (Howard Hughes exhibit - 1); aircraft, WWI (on display and artwork - 23); aircraft, WWII (static and under restoration - 12); air show, unidentified and miscellaneous (airplanes, crowds and displays, and aerial performances - about 30); American Airlines (facilities, operations, and airplanes - about 30); AVO-004, 000-L-000 (electronics drawings - 15); graphs and charts (engine reliability comparison and 747 market penetration as of Aug. 1972 -2); commercial aviation, miscellaneous (airliners, airport operations, and aerial photograph of unidentified airport - 16); drawings (artwork depicting airplanes and aviation themes - 8); airfield, Love Field, Dallas, Texas (aerial photographs, circa WWI - 2); and miscellaneous, unidentified (buildings, structures, airplanes, models and personalities - 27).

Museum, USAFM-USAF Thunderbirds. 1969 August 


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Processing Information note

Tray is arranged alphabetically by subject: museum, USAFM (XR-70 and Wright Brothers Memorial - 6); non-aviation (subjects not directly related to aviation - about 38); personalities (civilian, commercial aviation, and military aviation individuals and groups - 15); personalities, Wright Brothers (static and in-flight views of Wright airplanes - 5); poster plan (artwork depicting airplanes to be used for a future poster project - 12); powerplant (airplane radial engines - 4); skywriting (taken from the ground - 2); and USAF Thunderbirds, Aug. 1969 (aerial performance - 6).

Space. Undated 


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Graphic materials   30 5

Processing Information note

Images depict all aspects of the space age, including rockets and vehicles, personalities, lunar explorations, and voyages into space. About 200 slides.

Poor Quality. Undated 


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Graphic materials   30 6

Processing Information note

Images are of poor quality and/or the subject(s) are not properly distinguishable. About 175 slides.

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