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B-32 publicity exhibit

Description: Dozens of newspaper clippings and articles displayed on the floor as part of a publicity exhibit for the B-32 aircraft on August 27, 1945.
Date: August 27, 1945
Item Type: Photograph

War Bonds Desk

Description: Photograph of two women and one man seated at a desk and looking at papers. The man is wearing a light-colored suit and tie, the woman in the center is wearing a dress and hat with a veil, and the third woman is wearing a dress with flower print. Attached to the front of the desk are two posters, one reading, "This is my fight too! Put at least 10% every payday in War Bonds" and the other that says, "Let's ALL Fight, Buy War Bonds". On the desk is a typewriter and in the background are several more desks and people.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

Polio Fundraiser

Description: Photograph of several men and women crowded around two tables topped with large glass bottles with signs that read, "Contributions for POLIO FUND Help Fill The Bottle". The crowd is holding money with their hands directed towards the bottles. Many of the people are wearing hats.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

Polio Fundraiser

Description: Photograph of several men and women crowded around two tables topped with large glass bottles with signs that read, "Contributions for POLIO FUND Help Fill The Bottle". The crowd is holding money with their hands directed towards the bottles. Many of the people are wearing hats.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

Blue Network Radio Show

Description: Photograph of four men and two women gathered around a microphone topped with the letters "KGKO" and with a banner that reads, "The Blue Network". The man in front is wearing a flannel jacket, to his left is an old man in glasses, two men wear ties and one wears a suit. The women wear pants.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

Blue Network Radio Show

Description: Photograph of four men and two women gathered around a microphone topped with the letters "KGKO" and with a banner that reads, "The Blue Network". The man in front is wearing a flannel jacket, to his left is an old man in glasses, two men wear ties and one wears a suit. The women wear pants.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

"This Nation at War" Radio Show

Description: Photograph, from left to right, of Dorothy Powers, Frank Mills, Alvin L. Creswell, Margaret Brenton, E.L. Barrineau and Oliver Fitts. Ms. Powers is wearing a striped skirt, Mr. Mills wears a suit and tie, Mr. Creswell wears a tie and badge, Ms. Brenton wears a hat, Mr. Barrineau wears glasses and a badge and Mr. Fitts wears a flannel jacket. They are gathered around a microphone with a banner that reads, "The Blue Network". In the background is a factory with pod-shaped shaped things and workers.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

Walton Howard and Curtis Ussery Punch Time Cards

Description: Photograph of Walton Howard (left) and Curtis Ussery. Mr. Howard wears overalls and a hat and both men wear aprons. They are standing in front of time cards and a time card punch. They are looking at two posters, the first one says, "Good Ideas Are As Simple As ABC," and the other reads, "Work to Win! Starts Saturday Jan. 8, On Time Every Working Day, $8000 in Awards for Convair Employees."
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

Work-to-Win Billboard

Description: Photograph of a billboard that reads, "Give Us More Bombers', Your perfect Attendance Will Do It! Work-to-Win, $8,000 Monthly in Awards, North Texas". On the billlboard is a large image of a bomber.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

Work-to-Win Drawing

Description: Photograph of a Work-to-Win drawing at Consolidated Vultee's Fort Worth plant. Several men and women stand before a stage with a large sign that reads, "Work-To-Win". On the stage is a rolling barrel, chairs, men in suits and a large chalkboards that say, "Work-To-Win, The Winners". In the foreground is a man leaning on a small sign that reads, "Danger, Do Not Step Over Cable While In Motion".
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

Work-to-Win Poster

Description: Photograph of a Work-to-Win Poster with images of soldiers, a tank and bombers. The poster reads, 'Leading the Invasion are the Bombers You Build. Work-To-Win Every Day!"
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

Work-to-Win Billboard

Description: Photograph of a Work-to-Win billboard with an image of soldiers and military airplane. The billboard reads, "They Need You, You Need Them. $8,000.00 in War Bonds Awarded Every Month."
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

Work-to-Win Billboard

Description: Photograph of a billboard that reads, "Are YOU in? Get in! Stay in! Work-To-Win". In the foreground is a chain link fence topped with barbed-wire.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

Claude Horton and Jake Mooty

Description: Photograph of Claude Horton (L) and Jake Mooty(R), hurlers for the strong Fort Worth Convair Bobmers, a semi-pro baseball aggregation. They are doing a turn about La Grave field before taking the mound during a practice session.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph

Basketball Team c. 1942-1945

Description: Photograph of the Liberator basketball team L-R: Bill Thorpe, Sam Special, Red Elkins, Bill Nelms, Buster Carter, Dick Gleaton, and Jack Nation.
Date: c. 1945
Item Type: Photograph

Bombers Baseball Game

Description: Photograph, from left to right, of Jim Talley, Tony Robello, Lee Stebbins and Jim Hukill. The men are wearing identical baseball caps and uniforms with the word "Bombers" across the chest. Each man is holding two baseball bats.
Date: unknown
Item Type: Photograph