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A photo of the USAF test program heavy bomber with the marking B1B Test Program 4059. This print is framed in a 11 inch by 8 3/4 inch brown wooden frame.

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A colour print of four 1940 Wellington Bombers flying in formation. The print is framed in a 17 inch by 13 inch yellow plastic frame.

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A lithograph print of a painting by Keith Woodcock of a Lancaster flying over a town and lake. Title of the painting is "On Finals For Christmas" Lancaster. The print is framed in a 17 1/2 inch by 12 1/2 inch heavy brown wooden frame.

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A framed Certificate of Commission of Burton Bourchier's promotion to Flying Officer. Signed by Deputy Minister of National Defence on January 4, 1938. There is also the signature of Governor General Tweedsmuir in the upper left hand corner of the Certificate of Commission. The Certificate is framed in a black wooden frame measuring 16 inches by 13 1/4 inches.

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A photograph of Chess McConnell's Stinson Reliant C-FOAY on the grass by Cooking Lake. The picture is framed in a brown wooden frame measuring 21 1/2 inches by 17 1/2 inches.

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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"

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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.

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A group photograph of airmen in front of a Lockheed 12A, Mfr #1240, former CF-BXS. Aircraft taken over by the Ministry of Defence in 1939. "Wop" May is eighth from the left. The picture is framed in a brown wooden frame measuring 19 3/4 inches by 10 inches.

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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.

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This is a framed picture of Thomas Payne Fox, his biography and a picture of him with an airplane. This was done on his induction to Canada's Aviation Hall of Fame. It is mounted in a brushed silver metal frame measuring 24 inches by 18 inches.

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