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    • Aerial View of Boise (A)

    • Aerial photographs; Aerial views; Air mail service; Air pilots; Aircraft; Biplanes; Cityscapes;
    • Aerial view of Boise, "Air Mail Leaving Boise." A biplane is seen at the center of the photo with the city below and mountains in the background.
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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 (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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    • Leon Cuddeback and a Swallow Biplane

    • airplanes; business aircraft; men;
    • Leon D. Cuddeback and a Swallow biplane of the type he flew on April 6, 1926 on a maiden flight from Pasco, Washington to Boise, Idaho. The flight for Varney Air Lines launched permanent scheduled air service in this country.
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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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    • Air National Guard

    • Militias; Flight crews; Air forces; Aircraft; Airplane engines; Airplanes;
    • Four members of the Air National Guard dressed in flight gear. The men are standing next to a biplane. Left to right: Lieutenant A. H. Bode, Lieutenant Harold Hansen, Captain William G. Foster, Seargent A. G. Hylent.
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