Title from finding aid. Photograph shows four people standing in front of an airplane. The photograph appears to be slightly out of focus. Caption from finding aid reads: "4 people stand in front of an airplane".
Title from indexer. Photograph shows two men appear to be standing on either side of a woman in front of an airplane. Woman may be Fannie Quigley. Caption from finding aid reads: "Robert Chapman [?], Jack O'Neil, and Harold Gillam next to...
(3:09 min.) (10 of 28) 10. Fighter planes
About 50 P-40's (fighters) were shuttled across by the aircraft carrier "Ranger". These planes were destined to replace the worn planes in China. One plane landed hard and lost a landing gear.
Title from finding aid. Photograph shows Joe Crosson and Ernest Patty in front of an airplane. Caption from finding aid reads: "Joe Crosson, bush pilot and Ernest Patty, mining engineer (later President of the University)".
Title from finding aid. Photograph shows three men standing beside an airplane parked on a gravel bar. This photograph appears to be out of focus. Caption from finding aid reads: "3 men stand beside airplane".
(3:47 min.) (28 of 28) 28. 737 200 series
George praises the 737 jets, and describes how much he liked the passengers. They liked him playing the harmonica. George also talked about what it takes to make a great career in the airlines.
Elmer E. Rasmuson is standing on a plane's pontoon, leaning his right arm against the floatplane. His left hand's on his hip. He's wearing wading boots and a bolo tie. His shirt is tucked into his pants. The sign on...