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Wooden Plaque - 419 Squadron Crest
A peel and stick decal that has Lancaster Bomber Air Museum Nanton Alberta Canada written on it.
A picture of a Northwest Territorial Hercules that was presented to Donald J. Dewar, the Western Regional Administrator, Transport Canada on January 25, 1979 by the Northern Air Transport Association, Robert P. Engle, Chairman. This is a picture of a Lockheed Super Hercules C-FNWF Northwest Territorial Airways departing the Yellowknife NWT Airport on the inaugural flight November 4 1978.
The black wooden frame measures 21 1/2 inches by 26 inches.
Part of the glass has been broken out of the frame.
A picture of 4 aircraft (CF-18) flying over a lake and forest. The picture measures 23 inches by 19 inches and it is in a black wooden frame.
Picture of the Snowbirds in flight in 1990 with the crew names listed on the matting. Picture is 510mm x 410mm with a brushed aluminium frame. Picture was taken by Rick MacNab.
Picture of one of the Snowbird planes on the ground in 1990 with Technical Crew names listed on the matting of the picture. Picture is 510mm x 410mm with a brushed aluminium frame. This picture was taken by Marc Cossette.
A photo of an Air France 747 passenger plane. The picture and the frame measures 20 3/4 inches by 16 3/4 inches, the frame is a brown wooden frame. The picture is initialed PSR in the lower right hand corner. There is a Quebecair hangar in the left background of this print.
Picture taken November, 1966 for the Alberta Aviation Council's Convention at the Airport Inn, Edmonton Municipal Airport. The aircraft is the "Silver Dart" replica. Aviation Pioneers and former bush pilots - from left to right - A. N. "Westy" Westergaard, N. Forester, Archie McMullen, Leigh Brintnell (in aircraft seat), W. McFarlane, Stan MacMillan, J. Moar, G. (Mike) Finland. (Names and spelling may be subject to correction. - K.T. Hyde). The picture is in a black wooden frame that measures 15 inches by 12 inches.
A lithograph print of the De Havilland 9A G-CYBF with Lt Col A. Tylee and pilot Capt G. A. Thompson completing the first trans-Canada flight in October 1920. This is mounted on a 19 inch by 15 inch foamboard. The original painting by R. W. Bradford.
A poem named "Plain Crazy" is in a gold metal frame measuring 8 inches by 10 inches. The poem is copyright by Henry Dyer and is from a book of poems by Henry Dyer.
The poem reads as follows:
It's a plane
It's plain to see
To see that plane in sight
It's plain to you
And plain to me
To see that plane in flight
But I'm sure you plain agree
It's a plain impossibility
That plane to see
If the very same plane
Is plainly out of sight.