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Image of Boeing 727-295, Ship 444, TPA
Delta Boeing 727-232, Ship 454, Tampa - 03/14/1975

Boeing 727-295, Ship 444, TPA Delta Boeing 727-232, Ship 454, Tampa - 03/14/1975

Digital image, TIFF format, 72 mb Delta (former Northeast) Boeing 727-295, N1644, Ship 444, in flight, taking off from Tampa.

Image of Delta Boeing 727-95, TPA
Delta Boeing 727-232, Ship 454, Tampa - 03/14/1975

Delta Boeing 727-95, TPA Delta Boeing 727-232, Ship 454, Tampa - 03/14/1975

Digital image, TIFF format, 72 mb Delta (former Northeast Airlines) Boeing 727-95, in flight, taking off from Tampa against backdrop of bright blue sky.

Image of Delta Boeing 747-132, Ship 105, ATL - 10/1975

Delta Boeing 747-132, Ship 105, ATL - 10/1975

Digital image, TIFF format, 72 mb Delta Boeing 747-132, N9900, Ship 105, parked on the ramp, probably outside Delta's Technical Operations Center (TOC) in Atlanta.

Image of Delta Douglas DC-8-51, Ship 806, ATL - 10/1975

Delta Douglas DC-8-51, Ship 806, ATL - 10/1975

Digital image, TIFF format, 72 mb Delta Douglas DC-8-51, N806E, Ship 806, parked on the ramp, probably outside Delta's Technical Operations Center (TOC) in Atlanta.

Image of Delta Lockheed L-1011, Ship 724 (Bicentennial), ATL - 04/1976

Delta Lockheed L-1011, Ship 724 (Bicentennial), ATL - 04/1976

Digital image, TIFF format, 72 mb Delta Lockheed L-1011, N724DA, Ship 724, with U.S. Bicentennial special livery decal on nose, landing at Atlanta, against backdrop of a bright blue sky.

Image of Loading World Trade Special Edition - 05/25/1951

Loading World Trade Special Edition - 05/25/1951

Two digital images, TIFF format, of the front and back of an 8x10 black and white press photograph. Loading New Orleans Item-Tribune's World Trade special edition newspapers into C&S Lockheed Constellation, N86523, City of Caracas, May 25, 1951. Caption glued to back of original photo: "Two thousand copies of The Item's special world trade section are loaded aboard a Chicago and Southern airliner headed for principal cities in Central and South America. They will be distributed to interested merchants and industrialists there by Chambers of Commerce and similar groups. In charge of the project to spread the word of New Orleans' advantages are Chairman W. Gordon Isaacson, left, and Vice