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[Clipping for Locklear reception]

Description: Photograph of newspaper clipping regarding Locklear's visit to Dallas, Texas. The title reads: "Locklear, Daredevil of Air, Will Hold Reception in Dallas, Friday, for Friends from Fort Worth; Will Fly at 2:30 PM."
Date: 1958
Creator: Stathis, Louis
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas

[Clipping: Lieut. Ormer Locklear]

Description: Photograph of a newspaper clipping from The Billboard, dated June 28, 1919. Text on the clipping reads: "The ONE Big Sensation in Aviation: Lieut. Ormer Locklear changing from one aeroplane to another while flying 80 miles an hour, and performing unparalleled feats of aerobatics, scampering to all parts of a flying plane as low as 50 feet from ground."
Date: June 28, 1919
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas

[Dance of death]

Description: Photograph of planes flying over the Chaplin Airdrome. Text on the reverse reads: "Ormer Locklear and Shirley Short perform the Dance of Death over Chaplin Airdrome in Los Angeles. (Across the street from DeMille Field). November 19, 1919."
Date: unknown
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas

[Death scene on movie set]

Description: Photograph of a movie scene. Text on the reverse reads: "Scene from William Fox Studio production of The Skywayman. Cesare Gravina (on floor), Ormer Locklear and Louise Lovely. Shadows behind curtained windows are Edwin Booth Tilton and Mary Mooney."
Date: [1920-06..1920-08]
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas

[Death scene on movie set]

Description: Photograph of a movie scene. Text on the reverse reads: "Scene from The Skywayman. Caesare Gravina lies mortally wounded after having just been shot by Louise Lovely. Ormer Locklear stands at left rear. Sam De Grasse is at the safe."
Date: [1920-06..1920-07]
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas

[Death scene on movie set]

Description: Photograph of a movie scene. Text on the reverse reads: "Scene from The Skywayman. Ceasare Gravina lies 'mortally wounded' after having just been 'shot' by Louise Lovely. Ormer Locklear stands at left rear. Sam De Grasse at safe."
Date: [1920-06..1920-07]
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas

[DeMille Field]

Description: Photograph of DeMille Field. Text on the reverse reads: "DeMille Field No. 2 (Mercury Aviation CO.). Wilshire Blvd. & Fairfax Ave. (Crescent Ave.) Looking north to the Hollywood Hills up Fairfax. Wilshire runs right to left in the foreground. The Goodyear 'Pony' blimp is about to land on the field."
Date: [1918..1919]
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas