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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.
An 8 x 10 framed colour picture of Jim McCool and his wife Jean super imposed over a picture of the VooDoo aircraft on the pedestal in front of the Alberta Aviation Museum. The frame is a wooden frame finished with a cherry wood stain. The picture is to be hung in the lounge in the hangar.
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.
A black and white picture of No 1 Training Squadron No. 7 Manning Depot RCAF (WD) Rockcliffe, Ontario, November 12, to December 15, 1943.. The name of the photographer is in the bottom right hand corner but it is unreadable, but it appears he was from Toronto. The photo measures 17 inches wide by 6 1/4 inches high. The names written on the front of the picture are Cpl. Horton, F/O Ward, Sq/O Taylor, ASO Parslow, and Cpl. McGillivary. These women were propably the instructors of this Training Squadron.
Pacific Western Airline wings worn on uniform that is made of a gold plated metal.The pin has the new PWA logo and not the letters PWA. The pine measures 2 5/8 inches wide and 9/16 of an inch high. This pin is worn on the pilot's dress uniform.
A framed colour lithograph titled "Lancaster MKI built at Castle Bromwich early 1945 with Merlin 24 engines. Served with 149 Squadron and 44 Squadron." PHoto was originally taken by Charles E. Brown, F. R. P. S.. Lithograph was printed and published by Plaistow Pictorial, 3 New Plaistow Road, London, E153. International Release. The lithograph is in a sliver metal frame that measures 24 inches high by 35 inches wide.
A FTS Navigation Log, that gets clipped to the knee board, consisting of 2 pages.
A black and white photograph of a Department of Transport aircraft (CF-OTP) Barkley Grow taken in July 1960.
A Trans-Canada Air Lines postcard that shows a cut away picture of a North Star Skyliner aircraft. The caption on the card states "One of TCA's great 40 passenger 'North Star' Skyliners. The height of travel comfort ... speed... service". The card measures 5 1/2 inches wide by 3 1/2 inches high.
A poster size lithograph of a photo taken by Peter Mancus of Cloud 9 Photography in 1993. The photo was taken at MCAS Yuma Arizona and is copyright in 1986 by Power Graphics Corp. Stock No. 014. The title of the lithograph is "F5 Freedom Fighter Northrop F-5E". The lithograph measures 19 7/8 inches wide by 15 7/8 inches high.