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    • Plane Wreck Near old Boise airport (H)

    • Aircraft; Aircraft accidents; Airplanes; Rescue work;
    • A crowd of onlookers stand near the crash scene of a biplane that landed upside down next to Bob Fifer's Broadway Commission Company. The plane has impacted the corner of a building.
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    • Plane Wreck Near Old Boise Airport (G)

    • Aircraft; Aircraft accidents; Airplanes; Rescue work;
    • A close up of the destroyed front end of the biplane. The building that the plane hit is the background of this photo.
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    • Plane Wreck Near Old Boise Airport (F)

    • Aircraft; Aircraft accidents; Airplanes; Rescue work; Automobiles
    • A close up of the destroyed front end of the biplane. Boise foothills in the background.
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    • Plane Wreck Near Old Boise Airport (D)

    • Aircraft; Aircraft accidents; Airplanes; Rescue work;
    • A close up of the tail end of the damaged airplane near the old Boise airport. A Webbs Flying Service vehicle is in this view. Three women are onlookers at the site.
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    • Plane Wreck Near Old Boise Airport (C)

    • Aircraft; Aircraft accidents; Airplanes; Biplanes; Wreckers (Vehicles);
    • A biplane being lifted with a tow truck. A crowd of onlookers watch the work. Boise foothills in the background. A good view of a Dodge tow truck.
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    • Plane Wreck Near Old Boise Airport (A)

    • Aircraft; Aircraft accidents; Airplanes; Rescue work;
    • A dozen men and boys are standing around the smashed remains of a single engine aircraft that went down in front of a house near the old Boise airport.
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    • Mail Plane Takeoff

    • airplanes; business aircraft; airstrips; airfields;
    • Leon D. Cuddeback's Swallow starts its takeoff roll at Pasco, Washington on April 6, 1926, on it's way to Boise, Idaho with 202 pounds of mail.
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    • Lindbergh and Plane

    • airplanes; monoplanes
    • Col. Charles A. Lindbergh and his monoplane just a few seconds after landing in Boise.
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    • Leo J. Falk & Others

    • men; airplanes; aeronautics
    • 1. Leo J. Falk Idaho(state)2. Gov. H.C. Baldridge 3. Mayor Walter F. Hansen Idaho(state)4. Charles A. Lindbergh in Boise. Plane "Spirit of Saint Louis" in background. Image is signed "C. A. Lindbergh."
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    • Florida Mountain Mines

    • mines; mining; maps;
    • Section following the Bonneville, Black Jack, & Trade Dollar Vein. Projection of the plane of the vein. Florida Mountian.
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    • First Mail Plane

    • men; horses; airplanes; business aircraft;
    • An old fashioned stage coach once used to deliver mail from Spokane to Pasco pulls up at the air terminal in Pasco. The nostalgic appearance of the stage coach helped lend a festive air to the early morning departure of Varney Air Lines first...
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    • Curtis Wright Plane

    • airplanes
    • Curtis Wright plane at Boise Fairgrounds. See Idaho Statesman April 20, 1911.
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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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    • Airport Hanger

    • airplanes; airports;
    • Hanger with Ford tri-motor plane. Varney Air Lines.
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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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    • 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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