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A group photograph of the Corporals of #3 Manning Depot, Edmonton, Alberta. This photo was taken from "The Airman" dated October 23, 1942. The title of the photo was "Corporals Do Their Best, Polish Brass And Boots, Stick Out Chest And Smile". The picture is framed in a black wooden frame measuring
21 inches by 9 1/2 inches.
A photograph of a Survair/Bell Canada CF-YFT Twin Otter SRS 300 at CFB Uplands Airport in Ottawa, Ontario. Picture was taken in approximately 1970. It is framed in a brown wooden frame measuring
20 3/4 inches by 16 3/4 inches.
A photograph of a Jenny CN-4 flying over downtown Edmonton near the Tegler Building on January 31, 1919. The aircraft was rented by Wop May and G. Gorman for the price of $25.00 per month. This picture is framed in a medium brown wooden frame that measures 15 inches by 12 inches.
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.
A colour photograph of a man flying solo in a de Havilland Tiger Moth. Pilot unknown. The photograph is framed in a golden/white antiqued wooden frame measuring 16 1/2 inches by 13 3/4 inches.
A photograph of a USAF P-51 North American Mustang in flight. The tail number for this aircraft is 415080. The print is in a gold painted wooden frame measuring 21 7/8 inches by 15 6/8 inches.
A photograph of the Class of 1944, #2 Air Observer School, Blatchford Field. The print is in a brown wooden frame measuring 16 3/4 inches by 12 3/4 inches.
Poster - "Remember ... Wear A Poppy". The size of the poster sign is 12 inches by 15 inches.
A poster titled "Royal Air Force Fighter Command" and the caption across the bottom is "Compiled for the Air Cadet General Purpose Fund, RAF Newton, with the assistance of Mr.. Mick Tagg and Mr. Andrew E. Cormack of the Royal Air Force Museum, Hendon, and Mrs Doris Courtnage and Mr Robert Algar of the RAF Inspectorate of Recruiting photographic library, Stanmore. The illustrations are from copies of the original drawings prepared by the college of Arms. The badges incorporate both the crowns of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth II. The badges are reproduced with the permission of the Ministry of Defence and are Crown Copyright. Painting by John Young, MSIAD-GAvA. K2 Squadrons of Royal Air Force Fighter Command." The poster shows a selection of different aircraft used by the Fighter Command. The poster measures 35 1/4 inches by 24 3/4 inches.
The Canadian Centennial Flag which is green with the Centennial Symbol in yellow in the centre of the flag and the years 1867 to 1967. The flag measures 6 feet by 4 feet.