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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

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

Charles A. Lindbergh Visit

Description: Photograph, from left to right, of B.A. Erickson, Col. Lindbergh, Beverly H. Tanner, and Ray Ryan (who is dressed in slacks and a necktie). The other men are dressed in military work clothes and a hat. They are standing beneath a military airplane.
Date: unknown

Charles A. Lindbergh Visit

Description: Photograph, from left to right, of B.A. Erickson, Col. Lindbergh, Beverly H. Tanner, and Ray Ryan (who is dressed in slacks and a necktie). The other men are dressed in military work clothes and a hat. They are standing beneath a military airplane.
Date: unknown

Convair Peg Board Test

Description: Photograph of three men and three women bent over peg boards on a long table. They are wearing pants and button-up shirts. The woman in the foreground has a ribbon in her hair. On either side of the table are chairs and in the background is a door and a coat rack.
Date: unknown

Convair's Main Entrance

Description: Photograph of four old automobiles stopped at Convair's Main Entrance. On the right side of the cars is a stop sign, and a small building topped with a sign that reads, "Entrance To This DEFENSE PLANT Is Granted For Official Business Only." On the left side of the cars is a barbed-wire and chain link fence, tall lights, and a billboard that reads, "Fort Worth Division CONVAIR, Home of the B-36 Intercontinental Bomber."
Date: unknown

Women Wearing Safety Glasses

Description: Photograph, from left to right, of Faye Dameron, Marie McKandless, Lola Kelly and Fladys Thompson, all wearing safety glasses. The women are wearing high-wasted pants, blouses with badges pinned to the chests, dark hats and are all holding riveters. Behind the women is the fuselage nose of an airplane.
Date: unknown

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

WWI Fliers in Front of F-111

Description: Photograph of seventeen WWI Fliers, dressed in suits and neckties. Two men are holding hats, two men are wearing hats, and ten men wear glasses. Seven of the men are standing on aircraft stairs that lead to a F-111 plane. On the side of the airplane are the words, "U.S. Air-Force".
Date: unknown

WWI Fliers in Front of F-111

Description: Photograph of seventeen WWI Fliers, dressed in suits and neckties. Two men are holding hats, two men are wearing hats, and ten men wear glasses. Seven of the men are standing on aircraft stairs that lead to a F-111 plane. On the side of the airplane are the words, "U.S. Air-Force".
Date: unknown

XC-99 Flight Crew

Description: Photograph, from left to right, of Lt. Col. R.R. Shaefer, Maj. Larry D. Dennis, Lt. S.X. Bagrowski, Sgt. W.E. Shaw, Lt. Douglas R. Smith, and Paul F. Bikle standing on collapsible stairs in front of a military airplane. Every man except Mr. Bikle (who is dressed in a suit and tie) are wearing military uniforms and hats.
Date: unknown