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Image of Have a Sweet Ole Time. Atlanta - 1980

Have a Sweet Ole Time. Atlanta - 1980

Travel poster illustrated with painting of a large peach, signed "Bill Reynolds."

Image of The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation Award - 04/01/2000

The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation Award - 04/01/2000

Certificate from The Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation. "Presented to Delta Air Lines for Outstanding Achievement in the restoration of Ship 41, April 1, 2000."

Image of Delta DC-8 Royal Jet Service is for Everybody - 10/1959

Delta DC-8 Royal Jet Service is for Everybody - 10/1959

Full-color magazine advertisement. Title/Subtitle: "Delta DC-8 Royal Jet Service is for Everybody / Deluxe First Class and Thrifty Supercoach." Text: "Passengers on Delta's initial DC-8 Royal Jet Service flights between Atlanta and New York will be quick to recognize that a new standard of luxury and comfort have been established in this swift moving Jet Age. World's newest, largest true jetliner, the DC-8 is years ahead in design and decor. Quiet, vibration-free cabins of new beauty and spaciousness feature the accomodations for both first class and supercoach passengers. Cruising at nearly 600 mph, these luxurious jetliners provide a host of new conveniencesand sustantially more individ

Image of Southern Airways AM-98 Tupelo First Flight Cover - 06/20/1951

Southern Airways AM-98 Tupelo First Flight Cover - 06/20/1951

First flight cover from Southern Airways. Pink cachet reads: "U.S. Air Mail / FIRST FLIGHT / A.M. 98 / TUPELO / PART 1 OF SEGMENT NUMBER 1" and has route map showing new service from Atlanta to Memphis (with stops) and a DC-3 aircraft. Postage stamp for 6 cents probably features a Douglas DC-6. Envelope is addressed to Mr. Frank Hulse, Southern Airways, Birmingham, Ala.

Image of Thank You for Your Support to "Keep Delta My Delta" - 12/2006

Thank You for Your Support to "Keep Delta My Delta" - 12/2006

Poster reprint of a newspaper ad featuring a letter from Delta CEO Jerry Grinstein addressed to "Dear Friends" in the city of Atlanta and state of Georgia for their support of Delta during its Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Letter begins: "On behalf of Delta's 45,000 employees, almost half of whom live in this great Atlanta area and the state of Georgia, thank you for your overwhelming support and vote of confidence in Delta in response to US Airway's announced takeover attempt. . . ."

Image of In Roulette ATL or CLT? There's Always a Loser - 2006

In Roulette ATL or CLT? There's Always a Loser - 2006

Keep Delta My Delta rally sign. Blue poster printed: "In Roulette ATL or CLT? There's Always a Loser" Hole torn through poster in lower right corner. Staple holes in each corner.

Image of Delta Emerge April 30-May 4, 2007 - 05/2007

Delta Emerge April 30-May 4, 2007 - 05/2007

A. Delta souvenir booklet commemorating the company's emergence from bankruptcy and rebranding. Includes photographs and executive and employee quotes from the emergence celebration at Delta's Technical Operations Center (TOC) in Atlanta on April 30, 2007; relisting on the New York Stock Exchange Opening Bell Ceremony on May 3, 2007; and visits by a Delta executive contingent led by CEO Jerry Grinstein to hubs in Atlanta, Boston, Cincinnati, Los Angeles, New York and Salt Lake City from May 1-May 4, 2007. Also includes photos of unveiling the new Delta Red Widget logo and aircraft livery nicknamed "Onward and Upward," dedication of a Boeing 757-200 aircraft to Delta CEO Jerry Grinstein, and s

Image of Delta Tokyo Inaugural Prints Portfolio - 03/04/1987

Delta Tokyo Inaugural Prints Portfolio - 03/04/1987

Folder of prints of six Delta travel posters, commemorating Delta's inaugural service to Tokyo: Gray folder with silver Delta widget logo and laurel leaves. In Japanese characters and English language: "Commemorating Delta Air Lines' Inaugural Flight / Tokyo-Portland-Atlanta / March 4, 1987" Introductory sheet titled "Welcome Aboard / Delta Air Lines' Inaugural Flight / Tokyo-Portland-Atlanta / March 4, 1987" explains that Delta commissioned the work for 24 artists for its 1986 travel poster series, lists the six posters selected for this print packet and gives a short biography of each artist represented: Atlanta by Richard Loehle Florida by Bob Radigan San Diego by Charles Harper

Image of Whit Hawkins' Business Cards - 11/1992

Whit Hawkins' Business Cards - 11/1992

Set of 14 business cards depicting Whit Hawkins' job titles during his career at Delta, from a transportation agent in March 1955, to President and Chief Operating Officer in 1991-1993.

Image of Delta Convair 880 San Francisco-Dixie Flight Bag - 1961

Delta Convair 880 San Francisco-Dixie Flight Bag - 1961

White vinyl flight bag with red piping, two short handles and a zipper on top. Printed on one side with blue Convair 880 logo and red/blue text: "SAN FRANCISCO - DIXIE / DELTA / AIR LINES" The other side of the bag is printed with blue Convair 880 logo and blue/red Delta Royal Jet Service logo.

Image of Delta Atlanta-Paris April 1, 1985 Champagne Glass - 1985-1985

Delta Atlanta-Paris April 1, 1985 Champagne Glass - 1985-1985

Coupe-shaped clear champagne glass. Printed in blue around sides: Delta widget logo, "Atlanta - Paris / April 1, 1985" and "Colony Square Hotel"

Image of Delta DC-4 Route Map Sign - 1946

Delta DC-4 Route Map Sign - 1946

Delta route map cut into the shape of a Douglas DC-4 airplane. Painted red lines trace Delta's route system. Delta's Atlanta operations hub is indicated with a large red/white circle. White stars mark cities served by Delta, except Jacksonville, Florida, which has a larger white star with a black dot in its center.

Image of Rusco Aero Safety Belt  - ca. 1930s

Rusco Aero Safety Belt - ca. 1930s

Quick-release aircraft safety seat belt and its original box. A-B. Safety belt consists of two separate pieces of heavy webbed canvas (5 inch width) with metal attachments. C. Cardboard box with removeable lid. Label on box: "Rusco Aero Safety Belt, Stock No. Ae-26 D." Handwriting on box: "Doug Davis Atlanta"

Image of DAL Listed NYSE Re-Listing Events May 2 & 3, 2007 Plaque  - 05/2007

DAL Listed NYSE Re-Listing Events May 2 & 3, 2007 Plaque - 05/2007

Delta plaque commemorating the events surrounding the company's re-listing on the NYSE. Plaque reads; "DELTA, Re-listing Events, May 2 & 3, 2007, DAL Listed NYSE"

Image of Delta DC-3 Morning Departure from Atlanta Chandler Field 1940 - 1996

Delta DC-3 Morning Departure from Atlanta Chandler Field 1940 - 1996

Oil painting in gold-painted wooden frame. Depicts Delta DC-3 Ship 41 taking off from Atlanta airport in the early 1940s. Signed and dated by artist in lower right corner of painting: "Brad Driggers '96." Title of painting is written on the back of the painting's stretcher.

Image of 1996 Olympic Games Volunteer Uniform - 07/1996

1996 Olympic Games Volunteer Uniform - 07/1996

Uniform pieces include: A. Button-down white short-sleeve blouse with thin green stripes and 1996 Olympic Games logo on lapel pocket B. Kakhi pleated-front shorts C. Straw hat with wide white fabric band embroidered in navy blue/red: DELTA FLIGHT DREAMS 96 D. Navy blue cotton web belt with brass buckle E. Volunteer identification card/MARTA public transit card/Telephone card on chain to wear around neck. Coca-Cola branding. F-G. Pair of white Reebok Olympic Games-branded sneakers H. Delta 1996 Olympic Games volunteer lapel pin I. Delta Official Airline of the 1996 Olympic Games lapel pin J-K. Pair of white cotton socks

Image of Maynard H. Jackson, Jr. International Terminal (MHJIT) -

Maynard H. Jackson, Jr. International Terminal (MHJIT) -

Three-dimensional scale model of Maynard H. Jackson, Jr. International Terminal (MHJIT) at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL). Model depicts the new international terminal building and adjacent parking structure. With base measures 62" W x 98" L x 43" H. The model's height without the base (just the wood trim to the top of the plexiglass) is 15".

Image of Maynard H. Jackson, Jr. International Terminal (MHJIT) with Concourse E and Runways -

Maynard H. Jackson, Jr. International Terminal (MHJIT) with Concourse E and Runways -

Three-dimensional scale model of Maynard H. Jackson, Jr. International Terminal (MHJIT) with Concourse E and runways at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL). Model provides a greater sense of the placement of the international terminal in relation to existing Concourse E. With base measures 50" W x 98" L x 48" H. The model's height without the base (just the wood trim to the top of the plexiglass) is 17".

Image of Platinum Moodallion - 2003

Platinum Moodallion - 2003

Delta fiberglass cow statue named "Platinum Moodallion," from Cow Parade Atlanta 2003, Cow Number 905. Cow has two front feet off ground, wears leather helmet and goggles, painted in Delta Colors in Motion aircraft livery with passengers painted on sides.

Image of Delta Electronic Airport Gate Information Sign - 1980s

Delta Electronic Airport Gate Information Sign - 1980s

Horizontal red sign. Front has small round Delta Widet logo sign attached to it. Two black electronic screens with white words "FLIGHT" and "LEAVES" for flight information and departure times. Back discolored white with metal electronics boxes, wires and cables.