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Name World War II

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Image of Virgin's Fleet to Provide Air Support For D-Day - 1994

Virgin's Fleet to Provide Air Support For D-Day - 1994

This poster is illustrated with Virgin Atlantic Boeing 747-243B, G-VGIN, Scarlet Lady, superimposed on a backdrop with World War II B-17 bombers in silhouette. Text: "Virgin Atlantic is the VA-Preferred Airline for the 50th Anniversary of D-Day."

Image of Delta Stewardess Sybil Peacock's Flight Logbooks - 1940-1947

Delta Stewardess Sybil Peacock's Flight Logbooks - 1940-1947

Set of logbooks used by Delta Stewardess Sybil Peacock to record her flight hours with Delta, 1940-1943, and then her flight hours as a U.S. Army Air Forces flight nurse, 1944-1947. Logbook entries include Delta flight numbers, distance (miles flown) and flight duration. Logbook 1: 3/10/1940-12/14/1942 (Delta), probably includes training flights. Logbook 2: 12/14/1942-11/28/1943 (Delta), 11/1944-4/1947 (military)

Image of Catherine FitzGerald's Delta ID Badge (Employee #6) - ca. 1941

Catherine FitzGerald's Delta ID Badge (Employee #6) - ca. 1941

Silvertone and blue metal holder has leather straps and metal buckle to wear on wrist. There are plastic protective covers over a black-and-white employee photo and a label with employee's name "C. FitzGerald" and number 6.

Image of Norm Topshe's Delta Employee ID Badge (Employee #333) - ca. 1941

Norm Topshe's Delta Employee ID Badge (Employee #333) - ca. 1941

Metal badge with chipped blue paint holds black and white photo of employee standing in front of a height chart. Below is printed "N.S. Topshe 333" [employee name and employee number]. A worn leather loop is attached to back, which allowed badge to be worn on employee's belt.

Image of W.E. Stephen's Delta ID Badge (Employee #37) - ca. 1941

W.E. Stephen's Delta ID Badge (Employee #37) - ca. 1941

Silver/blue metal holder with leather loop for wearing on belt. Plastic protective cover over black and white employee photo and label with employee name and number: W.E. Stephens, 37.

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 C.E. Woolman's Delta ID Badge (Employee #1) - ca. 1941

C.E. Woolman's Delta ID Badge (Employee #1) - ca. 1941

Metal and blue enamelled badge with pin back, black and white photo and label "C.E. Woolman 1"

Image of ATC Alaskan Division Nose Art - ca. 1942-1945

ATC Alaskan Division Nose Art - ca. 1942-1945

Black & white photograph of nose art painted on aircraft from the Alaskan Division of the Air Transport Command (ATC) during World War II. Nose art shows a 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 dark triangle with a light border. White mountains painted inside the lower half of the triangle.

Image of Northeast Airlines Military Transport Division C-53 #18 - 02/13/1942

Northeast Airlines Military Transport Division C-53 #18 - 02/13/1942

Black and white negative, 3.25 x 4.125 inches. One of a set of seven negatives of Northeast Airlines Military Transport Division on February 13, 1942. This image shows Douglas C-53, #18, painted in US Army Air Forces camouflage, parked in front of a hangar. Aircraft numbers: 12009 on tail, 18 on engine. By the aircraft tail is a man walking away from view, wearing cap and jacket and carrying (papers?) in his left hand.