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Image of Northwest Airlines Souvenir Air Log - 1939

Northwest Airlines Souvenir Air Log - 1939

Brochure, 8.5" x 3.75", unfolds to show a Northwest Airlines's route system map, 22.5" x 17". Map is divided into three sections showing Northwest's routes from Milwaukee to Portland and Seattle. On reverse side of map is a space to fill in flight information. Brochure cover is illustrated with a large Northwest logo and a DC-3 casting a shadow as it flies over a town and fields.

Image of Imperial Service - ca. 1957

Imperial Service - ca. 1957

Blue advertisement with white illustrations and text: * Top section: "The most gracious experience in the history of flight / IMPERIAL SERVICE with complimentary champagne." * Middle section features a large Imperial Service logo and drawing of a Northwest Douglas DC-7C and small text: "RADAR EQUIPPED." * Lower section: "NORTHWEST Orient AIRLINES / 31 years of superior Airmanship / COAST-TO-COAST / CANADA / ALASKA / HAWAII / THE ORIENT"

Image of Pier into Seattle - 1980

Pier into Seattle - 1980

Travel poster illustrated with a painting of a harbor scene with seagulls and fishing boats signed "G. Kelley." Name of one boat is "Puget Sound."

Image of Action. Los Angeles - 1980

Action. Los Angeles - 1980

Travel poster illustrated with a painting of a winding film reel with Hollywood movie images, including a cowboy riding a horse out of the reel, signed "D. Rogers."

Image of Head for the Hills. San Francisco - 1981

Head for the Hills. San Francisco - 1981

Travel poster illustrated with a painting of a full glass of red wine beside a picnic basket holding a baguette, cheese, fruit and a wine bottle, signed "Robert A. Olson"

Image of Western Airlines Pacific Northwest Travel Poster - 1959

Western Airlines Pacific Northwest Travel Poster - 1959

Poster has illustration of a man holding a fish on a line, a woman holding binoculars. Lake, mountains and city in background.

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 Delta Air Lines International Dateline Award - 03/04/1987

Delta Air Lines International Dateline Award - 03/04/1987

Beige marbled paper. Printed with artwork of globe marked with red route and Delta Lockheed L-1011, two dragons holding hourglasses, moon, sun and winged Delta widget logo. Text: "Delta Air Lines International Dateline Award / This Certifies That / Ms. Hawkins / Has crossed the International Dateline / March 4 to March 4, 1987 / While Traveling on Delta Air Lines From Narita to Portland / Wherever you're going, Delta Gets You THere With Care. . . ."

Hughes Airwest Seattle Travel Poster - ca. 1972

Black poster with blue title "Seattle." White Hughes Airwest logo. Large letter "S" formed from abstract snow-capped mountains, green trees and blue water. Printed in lower right corner "Design: Mario Armond Zamparelli and Company, Los Angeles"

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 Northwest Orient Sugar Packet - ca. 1948-early 1950s

Northwest Orient Sugar Packet - ca. 1948-early 1950s

White sugar packet printed on both sides with a blue/red flower border and inside the border with a Northwest Airlines logo and red text: "Coast-to-Coast, Hawaii, Canada, Alaska, the Orient"

Image of Hughes Airwest Ticket Jacket and Passenger Ticket/Baggage Check - 05/1974

Hughes Airwest Ticket Jacket and Passenger Ticket/Baggage Check - 05/1974

A. Sundance Yellow paper ticket jacket with Hughes Airwest name and logo and text in Universal Blue (light purple): "Official Airline World's Fair Expo '74." Hughes Airwest logo, designed by Mario Zamparelli in 1971, consists of a horizontal axis linking three diamond-like units, which make a stylized "HH," the initials of the airline's famous owner Howard Hughes. B. Passenger ticket/baggage check.

Image of Republic Airlines Wine Bottle - 1983

Republic Airlines Wine Bottle - 1983

Unopened bottle of white wine with Republic double-duck logo on label. From label: "Inglenook Navalle, Chenin Blanc of California, a medium-dry white wine . . ." Bottle is of green glass with green metal cap.

Image of Delta OAK-DFW Inaugural Commemorative MD-82 Model Airplane - 04/01/1990

Delta OAK-DFW Inaugural Commemorative MD-82 Model Airplane - 04/01/1990

McDonnell Douglas MD-82 model airplane in Delta's classic widget livery. Model is plastic with a large wood base reading: "Commemorating Delta Air Lines Inaugural Service from Oakland to Dallas/Ft. Worth, April 1, 1990." Scale - 1:100

Image of Train Case - ca. 1940-1959

Train Case - ca. 1940-1959

Black and cream-colored train case. On front are two brass latches and combination lock and initials C.E.M. On top is a leather-wrapped handle with paper and plastic bag tags attached to it and paper labels glued to top. Labels and bag tags are from Delta Air Lines, American Airlines, Eastern Air Lines, Pan American World Airways, United Air Lines, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, Nassau customs and the Marine's Memorial Club of San Francisco.

Image of Northwest Orient Waikiki Beach Bag - ca. 1948

Northwest Orient Waikiki Beach Bag - ca. 1948

Blue and white vinyl drawstring bag. Pouch-shaped bag is blue with white banding around open end and white piping. Blue cotton drawstring through metal grommets at top of bag. Printed on two sides with Northwest's red, white and blue compass logo, in use from 1948-1958, and text: "Northwest Orient Airlines / Waikiki Beach Bag."

Image of ATC Alaskan Division Logo Sign - ca. 1942-1945

ATC Alaskan Division Logo Sign - ca. 1942-1945

Wood painted sign with artwork representing the Alaskan Division of the Air Transport Command (ATC) during World War II. Sign show a red/white totem pole superimposed on a blue circle that has a section of the Alaska state flag showing of eight gold stars: seven from the constellation Ursa Major, or the Big Dipper. The eighth being the North Star, representing the northern most state. Background of the nose art is a navy blue triangle with a gold border. White mountains are painted inside the lower half of the triangle.

Image of Alaskan Chilkoot Totem Pole - 1969

Alaskan Chilkoot Totem Pole - 1969

This 14.5 ft. 1,300 lb. totem pole is a solid piece of Alaskan red cedar carved with faces and animal imagery, with the wood painted in sections of dark brown, pink and green.

Image of Pacific Northern Boeing 720B, N720V Model Airplane - 1962-1967

Pacific Northern Boeing 720B, N720V Model Airplane - 1962-1967

Pacific Northern Airlines Boeing 720B, N720V, Ship 301 model airplane painted in red, white, and blue livery. Pacific Northern's logo, which features the Alaska state flag, is on the aircraft nose and tail. The tail also has the slogan: "PNA / The Alaska Flag Line." The model is plastic with a metal and plastic stand. The Boeing 720B is a four-engine narrow-body short- to medium-range passenger jet airliner. Developed by Boeing in the late 1950s from the Boeing 707, the 720 has a shorter fuselage and less range. Scale - 1:58