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First Air Sea parachutist at Cooking Lake, Alberta, January 1944. Photo by Cedric Mah. The picture and silver metal frame measures 14 inches by 10 inches.

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A picture of Dr. Burnap, R.C.A.F. medical doctor standing by with W. R. "Wop" May and his son Denny at the first trial parachute jump at Cooking Lake, January 1944. Photo by Cedric May. The picture with the silver metal frame measures 14 inches by 11 inches.

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This is a photograph of Staff Pilot Tauno (Ton) J. Mattinen, of Sudbury, with Navigator Simon Eden in the left seat. Simon was the son of Lord Anthony Eden, the British Minister. Simon was killed in Burma in a B-25 crash in 1994. The picture is in a brushed silver metal frame that measures 14 inches by 10 inches.

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This is a photo of the first jump out of a Norseman, landing at Cooking Lake airstrip in January 1944. These are the only pictures known to exist of the first jump of Canada's Air Sea Rescue unit, the brain child of W. R. "Wop" May. Photo by Cedric Mah. The picture and brushed silver metal frame measures 14 inches by 10 inches.

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Picture taken November, 1966 for the Alberta Aviation Council's Convention at the Airport Inn, Edmonton Municipal Airport. The aircraft is the "Silver Dart" replica. Aviation Pioneers and former bush pilots - from left to right - A. N. "Westy" Westergaard, N. Forester, Archie McMullen, Leigh Brintnell (in aircraft seat), W. McFarlane, Stan MacMillan, J. Moar, G. (Mike) Finland. (Names and spelling may be subject to correction. - K.T. Hyde). The picture is in a black wooden frame that measures 15 inches by 12 inches.

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A lithograph print of the De Havilland 9A G-CYBF with Lt Col A. Tylee and pilot Capt G. A. Thompson completing the first trans-Canada flight in October 1920. This is mounted on a 19 inch by 15 inch foamboard. The original painting by R. W. Bradford.

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A lithograph print of three Armstrong Whitworth Siskin lll A aircraft in flight. This is mounted on a 19 inch by 15 inch foamboard. The original painting by R. W. Bradford.

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A photograph of Marie Booth (nee Hartman) and Grace Stockdale (nee Rome) working on Mark V Anson in 1944. The picture is mounted in a brushed silver metal frame measuring 13 3/4 inches by 10 1/4 inches.

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A photograph of a female Ground Radio Operator at No. 2 AOS, Radio Room in 1944. The picture is mounted in a brushed silver metal frame measuring 14 inches by 10 inches.

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A photograph of the Chamber of Commerce fishing trip at rocky Mountain House in 1977. John Merrick and friends. The picture is mounted in a brushed silver metal frame measuring15 1/2 inches by 12 3/4 inches.

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