|Title||C.E. Woolman's Suitcase|
|Collection||C.E. Woolman Collection|
Dark brown large leather satchel that has two dark brown leather straps fastened with metal buckles and a dark brown handle.
Glued to one side of the suitcase is a torn, worn and faded Delta label, oval shape, blue and red background with white Flying D logo surrounded by text, “NOTHING FASTER - NOTHING FINER / TO AND THROUGH THE SOUTH"
|Provenance||This suitcase is believed to have been owned by C.E. Woolman. Purchased by Judy Kell Beall and James C. Beall. C.E. Woolman was godfather to Judy Beall, whose father was D. Franklin Kell, an attorney with Delta from 1945-1959, who argued route cases before the Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) for Delta.|
Woolman, Collett Everman, 1889-1966
Delta Air Lines
Logo, Delta Flying D
|Credit line||Gift of Judy Kell Beall and James C. Beall in memory of D. Franklin Kell|