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[Album Page with Three Photographs]
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 Two Photographs]
Album page with two photographs. The first shows a pilot operating a nautical aircraft in flight. The second shows another early aircraft in flight. The aircraft has three wheels.
1918 Love Field Band Performing
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.
[Aerial View of Love Field Airport]
Aerial photograph of the "Flyin' Frolic" being held at Love Field Airport.
[Traffic near Love Field during "Flyin' Frolic"]
Album page with an aerial photograph of traffic four miles from Love Field. The vehicles are traveling to "Flyin' Frolic."
[Post Exchange at Love Field]
Photograph of a Love Field Post Exchange in 1918. There is a person standing outside of the Post Exchange. A pole is shown on the left.
[Love Field: Aerial View During "Flyin' Frolic"]
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.
[General View of Love Field during "Flyin' Frolic"]
Album page with an aerial photograph of Love Field during "Flyin' Frolic." There is a large number of biplanes on the ground. There are around thirteen airplane hangars visible in the photograph.
[General View of Crowd at "Flyin' Frolic"]
Album page with photograph of a general crowd view at Love Field during "Flyin' Frolic." There is a man holding a young child on the left and there are multiple airplane hangars in the background.
[Pilot and Biplane at Love Field]
Album page with photograph of a pilot inside of a biplane. There is a airplane hangar in the background. The words "Love Field" are shown on the fuselage of the aircraft.
[Two men in Biplane at Love Field]
Album page with photograph of two men sitting inside of a biplane. One of the men is a commanding officer associated with Camp Bowie.
[Five Men Near a Biplane at Love Field]
Album page with photograph of five men standing near a biplane. One of the men is standing closer to the fuselage than the other men. There are several biplanes in a row in the background.
[Two Commanding Officers in Front of a Biplane at Love Field]
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.
[Biplane and Interior of Hangar]
Album page with a photograph of a biplane outside of an open airplane hangar. There is a cross on the fuselage of the aircraft. This aircraft may be associated with the American Red Cross.
[Love Field: Plane Wreckage]
Album page with photograph of a crashed biplane at Love Field. The biplane is shown with damage on the right wing.
[Love Field: Grounded Biplane]
Album page with photograph of a biplane at Love Field. The aircraft may have been grounded by a crash.
[Love Field : Concession at "Flyin' Frolic"]
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.
[Love Field : Performance at "Flyin' Frolic"]
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.
[Cars Approaching Love Field for "Flyin' Frolic"]
Album page with an aerial photograph of traffic four miles from Love Field. The vehicles are traveling to "Flyin' Frolic."
[Love Field: Parking Area for "Flyin' Frolic"]
Album page with photograph of the parking area for "Flyin Frolic." There are many vehicles parked in the area. There are people walking past the cars.
[Love Field: Parking Area for "Flyin' Frolic"]
Album page with photograph of the parking area for "Flyin Frolic." There are many vehicles parked in the area. There are power lines on the left.
[Stunting at "Flyin' Frolic"]
Album page with photograph of Lt. Midkiff performing an upside down air stunt during "Flyin' Frolic."
[Love Field: Hospital]
Album page with a photograph of the Love Field hospital with two vehicles parked in front of it.
[Love Field: Hospital]
Album page with a photograph of the Love Field Hospital with four ambulances and drivers in front.
[Flying Airplane Near Love Field Airport]
Photograph of an aerial view of Dallas, Texas. There is an airplane flying near a body of water.
[1918 Love Field Football Squad]
Photograph of the Love Field Football Squad in 1918. There are three rows of men in the foreground and multiple airplane hangars in the background.
[Love Field Glee Club]
Photograph of a large group of men in uniform at Love Field. The men were associated with the Glee Club. Most of the men are shown holding their hats.
["Flyin' Frolic" : General View at Love Field]
Photograph of a general view of the field at Love Field during "Flyin' Frolic." There are hangars and a large crowd in the distance.
["Flyin' Frolic" : Crowd at Love Field]
Photograph of a large crowd next to a field with spectators. There are two women climbing stairs near the bottom of the photograph.
[Multiple Biplanes Near Hangars]
Photograph of three planes lined up in a row. "Love Field" is shown on the right sides of all three planes. There are multiple airplane hangars in the background.
[Love Field : Hospital Operating Room]
Photograph of a hospital operating room at Love Field. There is an operating table and other various medical supplies in the photograph.
["Flyin' Frolic" : Tailspin Cabaret at Love Field]
Photograph of an event entitled "Tailspin Cabaret" being held inside of an airplane hangar. This event was held during the event "Flyin' Frolic." There are multiple guests both inside and outside of the hangar.
[Plane Crash in Handley, Texas]
Photograph of a crashed plane in Handley, Texas. The number twenty-nine is shown on the left side of the wrecked aircraft.
[Plane Wreckage]
Photograph of plane wreckage. The portion of the wreckage shown appears to be an engine.
[Aerial View of Love Field Airport]
Photograph of "Flyin' Frolic" being held at Love Field Airport in Dallas, Texas. There is a row of airplanes in front of hangars and a crowd.
[Formation Over Airdrome: "Flyin' Frolic"]
Photograph of "Flyin' Frolic" being held at Love Field Airport in Dallas, Texas. There are several airplanes in formation on the bottom right.
[Formation Landing: "Flyin' Frolic"]
Photograph of "Flyin' Frolic" being held at Love Field Airport in Dallas, Texas. There are several airplanes landing in formation. Airplane hangars are shown in the background.
["Flyin' Frolic" : Automobiles Parked at Rear Entrance of Love Field]
Photograph of "Flyin' Frolic" being held at Love Field Airport in Dallas, Texas. There are vehicles traveling on two roads. Multiple vehicles are parked on the fields near the roads.
[Seven Airplanes in Flight]
Photograph of seven airplanes flying in formation over Dallas, Texas.
[Two Airplanes in Flight]
Photograph of two airplanes flying over Dallas, Texas. The planes are shown flying near a body of water.
[Aerial View of Love Field]
Aerial photograph of Love Field.
[Vehicle on Display During "Flyin' Frolic" at Love Field]
Photograph of multiple men surrounding a vehicle on display. There are signs leaning against the vehicle and a woman sitting inside. There appears to be a crowd in the background.
[Five Airplanes in Flight]
Photograph of five airplanes flying over Dallas, Texas.
[Damaged Airplane]
Photograph of a fire-damaged airplane. The airplane shown has been reduced to scraps of metal. According to accompanying information, the pilot of this aircraft was Lt. Bidwell.
[Damaged Plane One Mile East of Preston Field]
Photograph of plane wreckage one mile east of Preston Field.
[Plane Crash at Love Field]
Photograph of a crashed plane at Love Field Airport. The number forty-two is shown on the left side of the plane.
[Plane Crash Three Miles West of Mesquite, Texas]
Photograph of a crashed plane three miles west of Mesquite, Texas. The number fifty is shown on the right side of the plane. The tail of the plane is pointing upwards.
[Aerial View of Love Field Airport]
Aerial photograph of Love Field Airport.
Loading Dock
Photograph of several cargo trucks at a loading dock at the Dallas Love Field Airport.
[Loading Dock]
Photograph of several cargo trucks at a loading dock at the Dallas Love Field Airport.