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A black and white line drawing and water painting by Warren McCallister of a Pacific Western Airlines Curtiss "Commando" C-46 aircraft that is in a black wooden frame measuring 12 3/4 inches by 9 3/4 inches.
A black and white line drawing and water painting by Warren McCallister of a Pacific Western Airlines Convair 640 aircraft that is in a black wooden frame measuring 12 3/4 inches by 9 3/4 inches.
A baseball hat with a crest on the front that says "Western Warbirds - Harvard" plus a picture of a Harvard aircraft also on the crest.
A silver metal clipboard with flight instructions taped to it. The clipboard measures 14 inches wide by 9 inches high.
A Wardair carry on Flight Bag for passengers. The bag is a blue suede with white plastic piping around the edges of the bag, white handles and Wardair Canada Ltd was also in white lettering. The bag measurements are 14 inches by 11 1/2 inches by 6 inches.The bag was given to Mr. McMurphy by Wardair. The bags were complimentary to passengers.
A travelling bag that could be used also as a carry on bag for the aircraft. It is dark blue with the Canadian Airways logo on the front and the back of the bag. The style number of the bag from Canadian Collectables is number PR1059, CC-18, and the bag is distributed by Holiday Luggage (Canada) Inc.
A pacific Western booklet that describes the history of the airline from 1946 to 1980's. The booklet has 16 pages in it and measures 8 1/2 inches by 9 1/2 inches.
A menu for the dinner that was on Thursday February 19th 1959 for "Edmonton's Salute to her Bush Pilots on the occasion of Canada's Golden Anniversary of Flight". On the inside of the menu is a list of the head table guests and of course what the folks were going eat.
A colour photograph that shows the piece of material taken from the crash site of the Vin Fiz aircraft. On the cloth is typed the following: I authenticate that this material as genuine and taken from the wings of the aeroplane which made the first transcontinental flight in 1911. Cal Rodgers, Pilot, Chas E. Taylor, Mechanician". It is signed by Chasles E Taylor who was the builder of the first motor ever used in successful powered flight by man for the Kitty Hawk - December 17, 1903. The size of the colour print is 6 inches wide by 4 inches high.
A black and white photograph of Lee Brintnell at the microphone with an Airspeed Oxford aircraft in the background. The sign in the photo states "This is the 1500th engine to be overhauled at Aircraft Repair Ltd." The picture is not mounted or framed and measures 10 inches wide by 6 3/4 inches high.