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Name United Airlines

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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 Al DeGarmo's Pilot Insignia, License and Commemoratives Set - 1919-1986

Al DeGarmo's Pilot Insignia, License and Commemoratives Set - 1919-1986

Framed set of pilot uniform insignia, or "wings," 1938 pilot license (Identification Card No. 319, issued March 17, 1938), aviation club membership cards, a honorary badge, patch, ribbon and other commemorative items issued to Alva Renfro DeGarmo. The insignia represent early United States military aviation, United Airlines, Western Air Express and Western Air Lines.

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 Western Airlines Douglas DC-3, N33644 Airplane Model -

Western Airlines Douglas DC-3, N33644 Airplane Model -

Model of Western Airlines DC-3, N33644, Ship 102, painted in red and silver aircraft livery with cursive script from the 1940s. Western's "Indian Head" logo is on the cockpit exterior. The model is plastic and assembled with glue. Propellers are missing. Scale - 1:97.5

Image of Delta Douglas DC-10-10, Ship 605 (leased from United), ATL - 12/1973

Delta Douglas DC-10-10, Ship 605 (leased from United), ATL - 12/1973

Digital image, TIFF format, 72 mb Delta Douglas DC-10-10, N605DA, Ship 605 (leased from United Air Lines, October 1972-May 1975), parked on the ramp, probably outside Delta's Technical Operations Center (TOC) in Atlanta.

Image of Delta Douglas DC-10-10, Ship 605 (leased from United Air Lines), ATL - 01/08/1974

Delta Douglas DC-10-10, Ship 605 (leased from United Air Lines), ATL - 01/08/1974

Digital image, TIFF format, 72 mb Delta Douglas DC-10-10, Ship 605 (leased from United Air Lines), in flight, landing at Atlanta.