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    • Gowen Field - Air Show

    • Air shows; Airplanes; Airplane propellers; Aircraft industry; Aircraft;
    • 3 P-51 Mustangs and a training aircraft on the flight line at a Gowen Field air show, 1946.
    • P2006-20-01178-4
    • Appel, Weber papers

    • Appel, Weber. --Crowder, Ray. --Aeronautics-Idaho-History-Sources. --Air pilots-Idaho-Boise-History-Sources.
    • Correspondence, photographs, and technical materials relating to Weber Appel's career as an aviation pioneer, mechanic, and flight instructor.
    • MS285
    • Air Mail Week - Old Boise Airport (D)

    • Airline industry; Air pilots; Aircraft; Airline industry; Airplane engines; Airplane propellers; Airports; Airplanes;
    • Air Mail Week - old Boise airport. United Air Lines staff on the airfield.
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    • Air Mail Week - Old Boise Airport (C)

    • Aircraft; Airplanes; Airports;
    • Air Mail Week - old Boise airport. One airplane on the field and one in flight. Snow covered Boise foothills are in the background.
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    • Index of interview with Joseph Alma Hutchinson, 12-02-2001

    • World War, 1939-1945--European Theater--Personal narratives. --United States. Army Air Corps--Personal narratives.
    • In his November 2001 interview with Bonnie Richards, Joseph Alma Hutchinson offers his memories of World War II. Hutchinson served in the U.S. Army Air Corps and flew missions as a heavy bomber crew member in the European theater; he trained in...
    • OH1493
    • Jeannie L. Mace papers

    • United States. Army. Women's Army Corps.-History-Sources. --United States. Air Force.-Women-History-Sources. --World War, 1939-1945-Women. --Boise (Idaho)-History-Sources.
    • A collection of items belonging to Mace, a French-born resident of Boise, Idaho. Mace was a masseuse in Boise, joined the United States Army in 1944, and served in the WAC and WAF until her death in 1953. Included are scrapbooks, photographs,...
    • MS525
    • 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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    • Air Mail Week- Old Boise Airport (I)

    • Air travel; Aircraft; Airline industry; Air mail service;
    • Air Mail Week - old Boise airport. Boise Postmaster Harry Yost poses with a United Air Lines pilot.
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    • Air Mail Week- Old Boise Airport (E)

    • Airline industry; Aircraft; Flight crews; Air pilots;
    • Air Mail Week - old Boise airport. United Airlines staff and dignitaries posing in front of a Boeing aircraft.
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    • Air Mail Week- Old Boise Airport (A)

    • Airline industry; Aircraft; Flight crews; Air pilots;
    • Air Mail Week - old Boise airport. United Airlines staff and dignitaries posing beside a Boeing aircraft.
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    • Fountain L. Brown memoirs manuscript

    • Air pilots-Idaho-Biography. --Korean War, 1950-1953-Aerial operations-Personal narratives. --World War, 1939-1945-Personal narratives. --World War, 1939-1945-Aerial operations-Personal narratives.
    • Reminiscences of F.L. Brown. Covers his military career as a pilot in W.W. II and Korea. Focuses on training in Kansas and assignment to the Asian front. He was stationed in Japan, China, Burma and Thailand. Also covers his wife's experiences as a...
    • MS577
    • Airport Hanger

    • airplanes; airports;
    • Hanger with Ford tri-motor plane. Varney Air Lines.
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    • Camp F-106 - Road Building

    • Camps; Conservation and restoration; Road construction; Mountain roads; Air compressors; Forests; Men
    • Camp F-106, air compressors to run jack hammers, road building, South Fork of Salmon River, 1936, Carl Blick.
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