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Name West (U.S.)

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Western Airlines Boeing 737 Wyoming Poster - ca. 1968

White poster with red and blue drawing of a Boeing 737 taking off and text: "Boeing 737 / America's Newest Jet / another first for Wyoming / Western Airlines International"

Image of Western Airlines Take a Sun Break Thermometer -

Western Airlines Take a Sun Break Thermometer -

Dial-type thermometer. Dial face is a metal yellow thin half-circle with white border on bottom section. Red needle is attached to dial face with a large black plastic knob. Dial face is printed in black with 10-degree increments from 10 to 110 degrees, small Western Airlines airplane in flight and text: "Take a Sun Break on Western Airlines / Average Daily Temperature in Western's 'Sun Country' is 78°"

Image of Domestic U.S. Mail Bag - ca. 1980s

Domestic U.S. Mail Bag - ca. 1980s

Canvas mail bag closed with rope and metal cinch. Paper tag on metal cinch is printed: "WESTCHESTER STA 90045 / LOS ANG CA 900 (1)"

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

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

Model of Pacific Northern Airlines Boeing 720B, N720V, Ship 301, painted in a 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

Image of Western Airlines Douglas DC-6B Painting -

Western Airlines Douglas DC-6B Painting -

Oil painting in wide wood frame. Painting depicts a Western Airlines Douglas DC-6B, in Indian Head Livery, in flight over a river and fields with mountains in the background.

Image of Western Airlines Route Map - 1950s

Western Airlines Route Map - 1950s

Original art or print in wood frame with glass. United States map showing Western Airlines' routes traced by rope.

Image of Western Airlines Logo Sign - 1960s

Western Airlines Logo Sign - 1960s

Cast metal oval sign with raised lip. Interior is painted white. Raised red letters: WESTERN AIRLINES. Paint is worn.

Image of Western Air Lines Flies the West Sign - ca. 1950-1957

Western Air Lines Flies the West Sign - ca. 1950-1957

Airline advertising art or sign on a piece of paperboard. Illustration mimics looking through knothole of wood at a Western Convair 240 in flight against the sky. Tan border and text: WESTERN AIR LINES FLIES THE WEST / SAN DIEGO, LOS ANGELES, SAN FRANCISCO, OAKLAND, PORTLAND, TACOMA-SEATTLE. Written in pencil on back of the sign: WESTERN-AIR IS AIRLINE "B"! THE "B" STANDS FOR BEST IN THE WEST!

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 Western Airlines San Francisco Intercity Company Mail Bag -

Western Airlines San Francisco Intercity Company Mail Bag -

Leather and canvas mail bag. Marked "Western Air Lines / San Francisco Intercity Company Mail"

Image of Western Air Express Boeing 247D Ashtray - ca. 1934-1937

Western Air Express Boeing 247D Ashtray - ca. 1934-1937

Ashtray from Western Air Express Boeing 247D, NC13315. Rounded metal container with roll top and small knob handle.

Image of Inland Air Lines Timetable Holder - ca. 1938-1944

Inland Air Lines Timetable Holder - ca. 1938-1944

Black-painted metal brochure holder for flight schedule brochures called "timetables." Hole in back center for wall-mounting. Front has an Inland Air Lines logo orange, blue and tan decal. Below the decal are orange painted letters: "DIRECT CONNECTION TO ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD"

Image of Western Air Express Oscilloscope - ca. 1937-1938

Western Air Express Oscilloscope - ca. 1937-1938

Graphoscope 126 dynamic tester oscilloscope made by Clough-Brengle. Table model in metal case. Alternating current supply (AC), 115 Volt, Sweep rate: 15 to 30000 Hz.

Image of Western Air Lines Restaurant Coffee Cup - 12/1946

Western Air Lines Restaurant Coffee Cup - 12/1946

Coffee cup of heavy china. Beige with scalloped border and black trim. One side of cup has a line drawing of a Douglas DC-3 in flight. Marked on bottom "Syracuse China Econo Rim 12AA"

Image of Western Air Lines Restaurant Saucer - 12/1946

Western Air Lines Restaurant Saucer - 12/1946

Saucer of heavy china. Beige with scalloped border and black trim. One side of cup has a line drawing of a Douglas DC-3 in flight. Marked on bottom "Syracuse China Econo Rim 12AA"

Image of Fly Delta-C&S to Havana Coaster - ca. 1953-1955

Fly Delta-C&S to Havana Coaster - ca. 1953-1955

White paper coaster with white vinyl backing. Scalloped edges. Red and white border. Red illustration of a Delta aircraft in flight. Red text: "Fly Delta-C&S to Havana / Miami, New Orleans, Dallas, Chicago"

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 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 Houston (National Spacecraft Center) - 1975

Houston (National Spacecraft Center) - 1975

Framed Impressionistic style oil painting of rocket(?) launch from NASA's Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. On back of canvas in handwriting is the name of the painting and a copyright statement:"Copyright and reproduction rights assigned by artist to Delta Air Lines, Inc., 1975."

Image of Colorado Winter - 1977

Colorado Winter - 1977

Framed Impressionistic style oil painting of four people skiing downhill in snow with snow-covered mountains in background. On back of canvas in handwriting is the name of the painting and a copyright statement: "Copyright and reproduction rights assigned by artist to Delta Air Lines, Inc., 1977."