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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.

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This is a Photo of a DC3 titled "Canucks Unlimited" flying over farm fields.

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This is a painting of LOON AIR Otter aircraft airborne over a muskeg type of lake. The plane is equiped with floats with the call letters C-GKPB. The artist was Marvin Bourque painted in 1993.

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A black and white drawing of a small private plane in front of a control tower on grass. The letters on the plane are W 305. The painter was Ruth Young painted in 1979.

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An artist rendition of a Tiger Moth in the air. the plane is Air Force an off yellow simulating Air Force colours the ground below in done with pencil. The picture is labeled The Dehaviland "Tiger Moth"

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Photograph of a Tiger Moth sitting on a grassy field. the call letters are G-AMTV, there is no one in it. The fuselage in painted bright red while it has silver wings.

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Picture of a Harvard coming in to land, the undercarriage is down ready to touch down. RCAF Harvard on approach, wheels down ready for landing.

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A picture of a Moth flying over dry prairie with mountains in the background. There appears to be two people in the aircraft.

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A twin engine passenger plane, probably a Beech, sitting on the edge of a prairie runway with fields in the background.

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A RCAF Flag that is 16 inches in height by 35 1/2 inches wide.

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