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Picture of an aircraft titled "FOKKER" ,call letters CF-AIG. It is in a black wood frame. This is an early example of a transport plane used from Edmonton to the Arctic Circle. They carried prospectors, miners, trappers, freight etc.

Print, Photographic

Print, Photographic
A picture of a Northwest Territorial Hercules that was presented to Donald J. Dewar, the Western Regional Administrator, Transport Canada on January 25, 1979 by the Northern Air Transport Association, Robert P. Engle, Chairman. This is a picture of a Lockheed Super Hercules C-FNWF Northwest Territorial Airways departing the Yellowknife NWT Airport on the inaugural flight November 4 1978. The black wooden frame measures 21 1/2 inches by 26 inches. Part of the glass has been broken out of the frame.

Print, Photographic

Print, Photographic
A picture of Captain James Bell, Manager of Blatchford Field - Canada's first municipal aerodrome 1927 - 1961. This picture with a dark brown wooden frame measures 21 inches by 17 inches.

Print, Photographic

Print, Photographic
A photo of an Air France 747 passenger plane. The picture and the frame measures 20 3/4 inches by 16 3/4 inches, the frame is a brown wooden frame. The picture is initialed PSR in the lower right hand corner. There is a Quebecair hangar in the left background of this print.

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Print, Photographic
A photograph of sister ships 1926 - 1941 US Mail DC3 and Los Angeles Western Air Express, Douglas World Cruiser. Presented to Captain James Bell for service rendered. The photo is framed in a black wooden frame measuring 19 inches by 17 inches. The inscription reads "To Capt. James A. Bell in appreciation of your service to aviation and especially for your generous support which has assisted Western Air Lines in becoming the first airline to complete fifteen years of continuous operation - April 17, 1926 to April 17, 1941"

Print, Photographic

Print, Photographic
An enlarged photograph of a Junkers CF-ABK of the Canadian Airways Limited. Norm Forrester is standing by the aircraft at Carcross, Yukon in 1929. The picture is framed in a medium gray plastic frame measuring 20 3/4 inches by 16 3/4 inches.

Print, Photographic

Print, Photographic
A group photograph of the staff of Pacific Western Airlines with a DC-4 aircraft and the Pacific Western Airlines hangar in the background. The photograph is framed in a black wooden frame measuring 18 inches by 15 3/4 inches.

Drawing

Drawing
A drawing by Vern Tremewen of a Pacific Western Aircraft, the DC6, flying over the mountains. This drawing is in a brown wooden frame measuring 20 inches by 25 inches. There is no glass in the frame.

Print, Photographic

Print, Photographic
A photograph of a Pacific Western Airlines Lockheed Hercules Aircraft in flight. The print is in a brushed silver metal frame measuring 24 1/4 inches by 18 1/4 inches.

Print, Photographic

Print, Photographic
A photograph from the Edmonton Municipal Airport showing the first commercial flight in Alberta on June 8, 1919. This print is in a brushed gold metal frame measuring 22 inches by 25 inches.

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