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    • Raymond "Ray" Wilson

    • Portrait of Tom Sheldon (aircraft designer) and Raymond Wilson (in spotted tie), pilot, educator, and businessman. They pose by a small passenger airplane.
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    • 1935
    • The Caudron

    • View of a Caudron C23, a French bomber airplane with two 200 horsepower Salmson engines.
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    • [1917 or 1918?]
    • Curtiss JN-4 (Jenny)

    • View of a Curtiss JN-4 training airplane in flight; letters read: "38029."
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    • [between 1916 and 1920?]
    • The Morane

    • View of a Morane Parasol monoplane by hangars; pilot Georges Guynemer poses.
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    • [between 1915 and 1920?]
    • Fokker type D-VII

    • View of a Fokker D-VII biplane with a 185 horsepower BMW engine; men and other airplanes are to the side.
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    • [between 1915 and 1920?]
    • Albatros C-3

    • View of a German Albatros C-III airplane in a hangar; crosses are painted on the fuselage and tail.
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    • 1915
    • Stinson A "Airliner"

    • View of a three engine Stinson A passenger airplane with lettering: "[De]lta Airlines," and "U. S. Air Mail Route 2[?]."
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    • 1935
    • Jeannini - Taube

    • View of a German Jeannini - Taube monoplane with a cross painted on the wing, a reticulated pattern on the fuselage, and "A283" by the tail.
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    • 1914
    • Francis "Blondy" Lowry

    • Portrait of Francis Brown "Blondy" Lowry, an observer/gunner for the 91st Aero Squadron of the American Expeditionary Forces who fought and died in France during World War One, and was posthumously decorated.
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    • [1917 or 1918]
    • The Salmson

    • View of a Salmson single engine airplane in Warvillers (or Warfuilliers), Somme, Picardie, France; hangar tents are in the background.
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    • 1918, May 25
    • Ivy Baldwin

    • Views of balloonist Ivy Baldwin in (probably) Colorado; shows pilot and another man in the wicker basket, and the balloon in flight.
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    • 1909
    • Harry B. Combs

    • Portrait of Harry B. Combs, pilot, businessman, educator, and author.
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    • 1982, May
    • Charles A. "Chick" Stevens

    • Portrait of Charles A. "Chick" Stevens, pilot, aviation journalist, and one time editor of Frontier Magazine, at Primary Flying School, Pine Bluff (Jefferson County) Arkansas. He wears flight goggles, cap, and jacket.
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    • 1943
    • Will "Billy" Parker

    • Portrait of Will "Billy" Parker, pilot, at the wheel of a 50 horse power 2 cycle Roberts engine airplane; he wears goggles and a helmet lettered: "13." P. B. Belt stands alongside.
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    • [between 1912 and 1920?]
    • Captain Nolie Mumey, M. D.

    • Portrait of Nolie Mumey, pilot, flight surgeon, author, historian, and poet, at Lowry Field in Denver, Colorado. He wears a leather flight jacket and garrison cap.
    • Welsh, Floyd E.
    • 1931, December 24
    • Fay "Rusty" Cox Rogers

    • Fay "Rusty" Cox Rogers, parachute jumper, rigger, and instructor, looks through her scrap book. She wears a knit sweater with flower designs.
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    • [between 1940 and 1945?]
    • Walter Higley

    • Walter Higley (pilot, businessman, and educator) poses by a Waco cabin airplane in Denver, Colorado, with Les Bowman and Edna McLaughlin.
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    • 1932
    • John "Jack" Swigert

    • John "Jack" L. Swigert, pilot, astronaut, and public servant, points at a cryogenic oxygen tank at Beech Aircraft, Boulder Division, Boulder, Colorado; Keith E. Helart (sunglasses) and Howard E. Mers look on.
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    • [between 1969 and 1971?]
    • "Gus" Quinn

    • Louis Paul "Gus" Quinn, pilot and educator, poses by an airplane at Federal Heights Airport in Denver, Colorado.
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    • [between 1945 and 1950?]
    • Louis Paul "Gus" Quinn

    • Louis Paul "Gus" Quinn, pilot and educator, poses by an airplane; his outfit includes goggles and a flight cap.
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    • [between 1920 and 1930?]
    • First Lieutenant John F. Curry

    • First Lieutenant John F. Curry poses by the propeller of an airplane; this first national commander of the CAP (Colorado Air Patrol) wears an outfit including a flight jacket and boots.
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    • 1915 September 19

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