Photograph of a fire station at Love Field. There are several men surrounding a fire truck near the garage of the fire house. There is a hose on wheels on to the right of the fire truck. There is a door on either side of the garage.
Album page with photograph of the Love Field Officers Club interior. There are several wicker chairs in the foreground and men sitting in the background. There are American flags hanging from the ceiling.
Album page with photograph of the Love Field Officers Club interior. There are several wicker chairs in the foreground and multiple tables with tablecloths in the background. There are American flags hanging from the ceiling.
Album page with five photographs. The first shows a Curtiss biplane in flight. The second shows C. G. Brenneman and A. W. Comings on a motorcycle. The third shows Love Field and Bachman Lake at an altitude of 1200 ft. The fourth shows a Canadian plane that crashed into barracks. The last image shows the wreckage of a plane with motor failure.
Album page with two photographs. The first shows a group of men surrounding an early aircraft on ice. The second shows a group of men surrounding an aircraft in a field. There are hills or mountains in the background.
Album page with three photographs. The first photograph shows a man inside of a large experimental aircraft on ice. There is a view camera and case on the bottom right. The second shows an early airplane in flight. The last photograph shows a group of men surrounding an aircraft on water.
Album page with photograph of the 1918 Love Field Band performing on a platform. There are spectators and a building with large letters on the roof in the background. There is a description below the photograph.
Album page with an aerial photograph of Love Field during "Flyin' Frolic." There are airplane hangars on the left and multiple crowds and airplanes on the ground. There is decorative text above the photograph.
Album page with photograph of two commanding officers in front of a biplane. General Cochran (Camp Bowie Commanding Officer) and Major Sneed (Love Field Commanding Officer) are standing in front of the wings.
Album page with a photograph of a crowd at Love Field during "Flyin' Frolic." The crowd is shown near a large airplane hangar. The words "Monte Carlo" are shown near the top of the hangar. A sign with "Roulette" is shown near the center of the photograph. There is a motor bike on the right.
Album page with a photograph of a performance at Love Field during "Flyin' Frolic." There is a sign on the right with the words: "Aero-Squadron 877 Aviation Repair Depot." There is a painting on the stage area.