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    • Boise Airplanes

    • airplanes
    • Wright plane with Walter Brookins at Boise Fairgrounds. See Idaho Statesman April 20, 1911.
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    • Air Show, New Airport (R)

    • Airline industry; Air shows; Aircraft; Airplanes; Airports;
    • Webb Air Service plane. A girl is trying to get into or out of a pair of coveralls.
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    • Air Show, New Airport (X)

    • Airline industry; Air shows; Aircraft; Airplanes; Airports;
    • Webb Air Service plane. A girl is trying to get into or out of a pair of coveralls.
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    • New Hangar at Old Airport

    • Airports; Airline industry; Airplanes
    • View of the new hangar with DC 3 aircraft parked inside. Dignitaries and United Air Lines staff stand to the side.
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    • United Air Lines (F)

    • Air mail service; Air travel; Aircraft; Airline industry; Airplanes;
    • United Air Lines, first mainliner, people gathered next to the airplane.
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    • National Guard

    • Militias; Airplanes
    • Three National Guardsmen standing in front of an airplane.
    • P2006.18.138
    • Webb Flying Service (D)

    • Air operations; Air pilots; Hangars; Airplanes;
    • The finished hangar with a line up of airplanes.
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    • Tank

    • tanks; airplanes
    • Tank at air show in Boise 1919.
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    • Tank 1

    • tanks; airplanes
    • Tank at air show in Boise 1919.
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    • Swallow Biplanes

    • airplanes; mail
    • Swallow biplanes began flying air-mail April 9, 1926 - beginning of commercial air transportation in the U.S.
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    • Boise Airplanes 1

    • airplanes
    • Randall and Walter Brookins ready to take off; Boise Fairgrounds. See Idaho Statesman April 20, 1911.
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    • Air Mail

    • airports; mail; airplanes
    • Planes of U.S. Air Mail Service lined up in front.
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    • CAA War Training Service; Fish Lake
    • Page 7: Fish Lake is one of the forest service fields in the Mountains of Idaho. Moose, Elk, and Fish are plentiful. Our airplanes frequently use this and many other airports in the wilds of Idaho. Some of the runways are only 1200 feet in length.
    • 2008-8-009

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