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Image of Northeast Airlines Florida Travel Poster - ca. 1960-1966

Northeast Airlines Florida Travel Poster - ca. 1960-1966

This is a white poster printed on both sides with an illustration signed "C. Robert Perrin" of a woman in a pink hat, which is made up of seahorses and seashells and a yellow sun. In the upper section of the poster, a small Convair 880 flies under the large multicolored letters of "FLORIDA." Ten small holes were punched around edges of poster.

Image of Northeast Airlines Meal Tray - ca. early 1960s

Northeast Airlines Meal Tray - ca. early 1960s

Green textured plastic rectangular tray. Northeast Airlines "NE" logo stamped in lower right corner. No manufacturer markings.

Image of Delta Clarktor 21 Tug - ca. 1947

Delta Clarktor 21 Tug - ca. 1947

Dark blue painted tow tractor, or "tug." Brass plate: "Clarktor / Mfg. by Clark Equipment Co., Industrial Truck Division, Battle Creek, Michigan, U.S.A. / Model: CLARKTOR 21 / Serial No: CT21-20EC158" Second brass plate: "? by J.Q.M.D. / Date: 9-9-47 / Serial No. H4063/ Cap. 4000 lbs d.b.p. / M.D. CM 44" In 1990, the tug had a Delta "Flying D" logo decal on each side of the engine with the number 16000, but that has since been removed.

Image of Northeast Airlines Amelia Earhart Plaque - 02/27/1949

Northeast Airlines Amelia Earhart Plaque - 02/27/1949

Brass rectangle-shaped building plaque with raised border. Four holes in each corner for screws. Raised letters read: IN MEMORIAM / AMELIA EARHART / CO-FOUNDER / NORTHEAST AIRLINES, INC. / HANGAR DEDICATED BY / PAUL A. DEVER / GOVERNOR OF MASSACHUSETTS / FEBRUARY 27, 1949

Image of Northeast Airlines DC-9-30, N9000NE, Model Airplane -

Northeast Airlines DC-9-30, N9000NE, Model Airplane -

Northeast Airlines DC-9-30, N9000NE, model airplane painted in yellowbird livery. Plastic model with metal stand and attachment on bottom of fuselage. Scale - 1:50

Image of Flight Attendant Nesting Dolls - ca. 1992

Flight Attendant Nesting Dolls - ca. 1992

Matryoshka doll, also known as a Russian nesting doll and babushka doll. A set of five painted wooden dolls of decreasing size, placed one inside another. The four largest dolls are each made of two pieces. The smallest doll is one piece. Each doll is painted with brunette hair, a flight attendant uniform and large "wings" pin representing an airline. Largest to smallest dolls: A-B. Delta flight attendant C-D: Pan Am flight attendant E-F: Western Airlines flight attendant G-H: Northeast Airlines flight I: Chicago and Southern Air Lines (C&S) flight attendant

Image of Fly Northeast Airlines Flight Bag - ca. 1950s

Fly Northeast Airlines Flight Bag - ca. 1950s

Navy blue rectangular vinyl bag. White vinyl piping. Two short handles and metal zipper on top. On both long sides printed in white: "Fly Northeast Airlines"

Image of Delta Pilot Insignia Set - 1934-1979

Delta Pilot Insignia Set - 1934-1979

A framed set of pilot uniform insignia on red velvet backing. Set consists of the following: * Delta wings, hat badges, uniform buttons and employee service pins dating from 1934-1979. * Pilot hat badge and wings from Chicago and Southern Air Lines (C&S), last worn in 1953, the year C&S merged with Delta. * Pilot hat badge and two-piece wings insignia from Northeast Airlines, last worn in 1972, the year Northeast Airlines merged with Delta. Brown wood frame with insignia glued to red velvet backing. Reflective light blue metal plates identify and date the insignia, list aircraft types in the Delta fleet, and indicate the number of pilots on the roster for years 1934, 1939 (24), 1944 (

Image of Northeast Airlines Station Manager Uniform Wings - 1940

Northeast Airlines Station Manager Uniform Wings - 1940

Goldtone sterling wing and blue circle with red border. In center of blue circle is Northeast Airlines logo of New England Pilgrim standing on a Lockheed 10 Electra. Script letters: nea. On gold wing is blue banner printed in gold: STATION MANAGER.

Image of Northeast Airlines Agent Uniform Wings - 1940

Northeast Airlines Agent Uniform Wings - 1940

Goldtone sterling wing and blue circle with red border. In center of blue circle is Northeast Airlines logo of New England Pilgrim standing on a Lockheed 10 Electra. Script letters: nea. On gold wing is blue banner printed in gold: AGENT.

Image of Northeast Airlines Pilot's B-7 Parka - 1941-1942

Northeast Airlines Pilot's B-7 Parka - 1941-1942

U.S. Army Air Force-issued B-7 sheepskin parka. Mid-thigh length with attached hood trimmed in wolf fur. 1 ΒΌ" shearling lined body with 3/8" shearling lined arms. Color is natural tan with dark brown leather patch pockets, brown leather trim, brown leather button closure, and five front buttons. The jacket has leather back trim, front zipper, and bottom sleeves have cuff.

Image of Air Travel Card - 1941-1942

Air Travel Card - 1941-1942

Sample of an Air Travel Card, Serial Number A000, valid 1941-1942. Inside a plastic sleeve is a paper card and metal Charga-Plate imprint plate with customer name, address and account number: "C 123 2502 / John Doe / Century Valve Co / Memphis, Tennessee." Printed in red across top of paper card: "15% discount from one-way fares / Good for card holder only / Valid on all air lines listed on reverse side. / Void" Printed on reverse side of paper card: "Void / Air Travel Card / Good on all air lines listed below: American Airlines, Braniff Airways, Canadian Colonial Airways, Chicago and Southern Air Lines, Continental Air Lines, Delta Air Lines, Eastern Air Lines, Inland Air Lines, Mid-

Image of Northeast Airlines Boeing 727-295, N1640 Model Airplane - ca. 1972

Northeast Airlines Boeing 727-295, N1640 Model Airplane - ca. 1972

Plastic Northeast Airlines Boeing 727-295, N1640, model airplane in Yellowbird livery. Black plastic stand with two metal supports. Scale - 1:200

Image of Delta & Northeast We Are Ready!  Promotional Button - 1972

Delta & Northeast We Are Ready! Promotional Button - 1972

White round metal promotional button with pinback. Printed with navy blue text: "DELTA & NORTHEAST / We are ready!" artwork of marketing characters Delta's Early Bird (red rooster) and Owly Bird (blue owl) and Northeast Airlines Yellowbird.

Image of Northeast Airlines Yellowbird Musical Cigarette Lighter - ca. 1966-1972

Northeast Airlines Yellowbird Musical Cigarette Lighter - ca. 1966-1972

Royal Musical Butane Gas Lighter, No. R-500, with original burgundy hard plastic box. Ligher exterior is bright goldtone and matte silvertone metal. Printed on one side with artwork of Northeast Airlines Yellowbird animated character and black text: "Yellowbirds / To know us is to love us." On reverse side is a key for winding the music box contained inside the lighter. On bottom is script "Royal Musical"

Image of Northeast Airlines Junior Pilot Kiddie Wings - 1950s

Northeast Airlines Junior Pilot Kiddie Wings - 1950s

Metal satin goldtone wings lapel pin in shape of airplane wings. In center, head-on view of New England Pilgrim in cockpit.

Image of Northeast Airlines Deputy Station Manager Name Badge - 1966-1972

Northeast Airlines Deputy Station Manager Name Badge - 1966-1972

Black plastic rectangular badge engraved in yellow: "NE / Mr. Benner / Deputy Station Manager" Yellow back with two metal clips.

Northeast Airlines Miniature Flight Bag - ca. 1966

Miniature navy blue woven polyester bag. White vinyl piping. Two short handles and metal zipper on top. Northeast Airlines logo printed on both long sides. Blue vinyl lining.

Image of Delta: An Airline and Its Aircraft: The Illustrated History of a Major U.S. Airline and the People who Made It - 1990

Delta: An Airline and Its Aircraft: The Illustrated History of a Major U.S. Airline and the People who Made It - 1990

"This book covers the complex history of a great airline, together with those of the main companies that became part of the Delta family: Chicago & Southern, Northeast Airlines, and Western Air Lines. Their combined heritage is respected and preserved in Delta's archives and in its own museum at Atlanta. Delta: An Airline and its Aircraft is intended to complement these institutions in preserving the memories of an airline that has rarely benefitted from a gratuitous handout from any government agency, and whose path to success has been derived from the efforts of its own people, and from the judgement and initiative of its own leaders, all of whom rose from within its ranks." - Dust jacket

Image of Official Airline Guide (OAG) - 1929-2009

Official Airline Guide (OAG) - 1929-2009

Monthly publication of worldwide and North American airline flight schedules, also called "timetables," showing flight times, fares, cities served and equipment (aircraft types). Also found in this publication are airline route maps, print advertisements and the names of airline executives. Beginning in 1956, the OAG was published each month as two volumes: a North America Edition and a World-Wide Edition. Earlier titles: The Official Aviation Guide of the Airways (1929-1948), Universal Airline Schedules (1943-1944), American Aviation Traffic Guide (1944-1948). On March 4, 1948, American Aviation Associates purchased The Official Aviation Guide of the Airways, the oldest airline guide