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Manuscripts by Subject - Family / Local History - #10958 - Box 39

Box 39

1 Aviation – 1 screened negative of an airplane, copies of newspaper articles, handwritten notes, Lieutenant General James A. Abrahamson Biography, and newspaper clippings
2 Ed Canfield Flying Service and related subjects – 16 prints including Ed Canfield and first plane, Canfield at airplane controls, planes, pilots, hunting, airplanes and the search for oil, and the Williston Municipal airport; handwritten notes, Nostalgia draft article, correspondence with Bill Shemorry to and from Betty Canfield, Ms. Underwood, and Jack Daniels in 1987; newspaper clippings, and copies of the Magnetometer Story from the Saturday Evening Post, 1/16/1954, with Ed Canfield on page 7
3 Everybody’s Magazine, May 1917 – The Eagle’s Nest
4 Aviation series - newspaper articles from the Williston Daily Herald on the Fortuna air base from 2/21/1994; 15 prints of airplanes, Ed Canfield, people with planes, airplane accident, and planes flying; handwritten notes and draft cutlines
5 Aviation Photo Magazine from 1987 – Volume 1, Number 1
6 Aviation – 22 prints of magazine covers, artwork of airplanes, and Miss Edna M. Coulter - Williston girl gets pilot License
7 Aviation – 26 prints of airplanes, magazine covers, Cromwell Dixon, artwork of airplanes, and the Westland Plane
8 John C. Jennison, World War I military Pilot – 1 print
9 Williston Airport and miscellaneous Aviation – Serv air Sloulin Field International Airport, Jack Daniels, Owner brochure; 2 screened negatives, 5 prints, copies of pages from a book, copies of newspaper articles, newspaper clipping on pilot Wolfgang Langewiesche and a “Seaplane visits Williston on Ocean to Ocean Flight”; handwritten notes, drafts; Williston Daily Herald article “Civil Air Patrol takes off,” from 5/11/1992.

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