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Airplane on Display at Open House
Convair airplane on display at an open house.
[Airplanes 880, B-58 & 106]
Convair airplanes 880, B-58 and 106 flying together.
[Alice Marie Dorris Performing Mechanical Work]
Image of Alice Marie Dorris performing mechanical work.
[AM927 C-87 Liberator Express Transport]
Image of the AM927 C-87 Liberator Express transport as it arrived on September 16, 1943. There is an unidentified man standing in front of the aircraft.
Ambulance Scooter
Photograph of an ambulance Scooter carrying a patient to the first aid room
Ambulance Scooter
Photograph of an ambulance Scooter carrying a patient to the first aid room
[Amon Carter and Ben E. Keith Shaking Hands]
Image of Amon Carter and Ben Keith shaking hands while standing in front of a City of Fort Worth aircraft.
[Amon Carter Christening City of Fort Worth Aircraft]
Image of Mr. Amon Carter christening a City of Fort Worth aircraft.
[Amon Carter on tour with four WWII Generals]
Image of Amon Carter standing outside of an unidentifiable building with four male military officials. Left to right is: Brigadier General B.E. Gates, Major General Harold L. George, Amon Carter, Brigadier General Howard Craig, and Lieutenant Colonel Roy E. Ludick.
[Amon Carter Screwing on Dedication Plate]
Image of Mr. Amon Carter screwing on a dedication plate onto the nose of a B-24 plane. Standing behind him is Mr. Ben E. Keith.
[Amon Carter with British Air Chief]
Image of Amon Carter walking with a group of men, including a British Air Chief.
Anniversary Dinner Plate
Photograph of an Anniversary Dinner Plate for the 1949 Centennial for Fort Worth, Texas.
Army Air Forces Radio Show
Photograph of six women and four men participating in an Army Air Forces Radio Show. The women are wearing pants and the men are wearing neckties. They are crowded around a microphone with a sign hanging from it reading, "MUTUAL". They are standing in front of open airplane doors.
Army Air Forces Radio Show
Photograph, from left to right, of Daphne Moody, Capt. William T. Ponder, Lt. Don Briggs and Ruby Marston. All four are crowded around a microphone topped with letters, "KFJZ". Ms. Moody is wearing a dark, short-sleeved suit and holding a large toolbox. Capt. Ponder is wearing a dark tie and medal, Lt. Briggs is wearing a light uniform and Ms. Marston is wearing a dark hat and holding a toolbox.
Army Air Forces Radio Show
Photograph, from left to right, of Daphne Moody, Capt. William T. Ponder, Lt. Don Briggs and Ruby Marston. All four are crowded around a microphone topped with letters, "KFJZ". Ms. Moody is wearing a dark, short-sleeved suit and holding a large toolbox. Capt. Ponder is wearing a dark tie and medal, Lt. Briggs is wearing a light uniform and Ms. Marston is wearing a dark hat and holding a toolbox.
Army Air Forces Radio Show
Photograph of Captain William Ponder, Lt. Don Briggs and and man with the last name Duffey seated with six Thompson Sisters standing behind them. Lt. Briggs is wearing a light-colored military uniform with a badge on the sleeve. The sisters are wearing black and white suits. Everyone is holding a stack of papers and Lt. Briggs is holding a microphone. The are standing within the interior of an airplane.
Army Air Forces Radio Show
Photograph of six women and four men participating in an Army Air Forces Radio Show. The women are wearing pants and the men are wearing neckties. They are crowded around a microphone with a sign hanging from it reading, "MUTUAL". They are standing in front of open airplane doors.
Army Air Forces Radio Sponsors
Photograph of Lt. Elmo Israel (on the left) and Lt. Don Briggs, both dressed in light uniforms and ties with badges. Both men are holding papers and standing behind a microphone topped with the letters KFJZ.
[Assembly Line]
Image of an overhead view of an assembly line of Pratt-Whitney motors.
Assembly Planning Department at Convair
Photograph of workers in the Assembly Planning Department of Convair look over plans as they decide whether or not to build an aircraft or sub-contract it.
[Assembly Warehouse]
Image of several workers working in an assembly warehouse.
[Assembly Work on B-58]
A crewman does assembly work on a Convair B-58 airplane. Part of the inside of the plane's cockpit is visible.
[Assembly Work on B-58]
A crewman does assembly work on a Convair B-58 airplane.
Atlas Missle Booster Section
An officer points to something unknown while standing next to a sign displaying information about the "Atlas Booster Section." The boosters were the final part of the Atlas Intercontinental Ballistic Missile.
Atlas Missle Booster Section
An officer and a woman view a sign displaying information about the "Atlas Booster Section." The boosters were the final part of the Atlas Intercontinental Ballistic Missile.
[Audience of Dr. Wassell]
Image of the audience of Dr. Wassell.
Aviation Chief Radioman William H. Bergin and Crowd
Photograph of William H. Bergin standing on the back of a truck with a large military weapon and an American Flag. He is surrounded by a large crowd of women and men in neckties and hats. In the background is another weapon and flag-topped truck and a large brick building.
Aviation Chief Radioman William H. Bergin and Crowd
Photograph of William H. Bergin standing on the back of a truck with a large military weapon and an American Flag. He is surrounded by a large crowd of women and men in neckties and hats. In the background is another weapon and flag-topped truck and a large brick building.
[Aviation Crew and "The Squaw"]
Image of an aviation crew standing and sitting atop of the famous Liberator, "The Squaw", that successfully covered 71 missions without a causality.
[Aviation Crew and "The Squaw"]
Image of three aviation crew members standing below the fuselage of the famous Liberator, "The Squaw". Above the men are the awards presented to the AAF men who successfully covered 71 missions without a causality. Left to right is: Sergeant Paul Davidson, Lieutenant Clinton H. Killian, and Sergeant Harmon.
[B-24 heading for initial flight]
Photograph of a B-24 rolling from the hangar heading for its initial flight on April 17, 1942. A crowd stands to the right to watch.
[B-24, left side]
Photograph of a B-24 from the left side, showing the wing with two propellers in April 1942.
[B-24 Liberator Bomber]
Image of a B-24 Liberator bomber. The aircraft is idle and not in motion.
[B-24 Liberator Bomber]
Image of a B-24 Liberator bomber during a tune up. One man is standing on the fuselage as four other mechanics work on the wings of the aircraft. Floating above the aircraft and mechanics are large clouds.
[B-24 Liberator Bomber]
Image of a B-24 Liberator bomber just off the assembly line. The aircraft is positioned right outside of a warehouse and a man is standing by the nose of the fuselage.
[B-24 Liberator Bomber]
Image of a B-24 Liberator bomber during it's final acceptance inspection. Left to right is: C.E. Day, Wayne White, Otto Schlemeyer, and Rex Wiley. In the foreground, a sign reads: "RESTRICTED AREA, ARMY INSPECTION IN PROGRESS". The inspection took two hours to complete.
[B-24 Liberator Bomber]
Image of a B-24 Liberator bomber during it's final acceptance inspection. Left to right is: C.E. Day, Wayne White, Otto Schlemeyer, and Rex Wiley. In the foreground, a sign reads: "RESTRICTED AREA, ARMY INSPECTION IN PROGRESS". The inspection took two hours to complete.
[B-24 Liberator Bomber]
Image of the side view of a B-24 Liberator bomber. The aircraft is idle and not in motion.
[B-24 Liberator Bomber in Flight]
Image of a B-24 Liberator bomber in flight.
[B-24 Liberator Bomber in Flight]
Image of a B-24 Liberator bomber in flight.
[B-24 with men on top]
Photograph of a B-24 from the side with two workmen standing on the fuselage in April 1942. One of the large propellers is visible.
B-32 Aircraft outside of the Assembly Line.
Photograph of a B-32 aircraft outside of the assembly line at Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation in Fort Worth, Texas in February 1945. The four large engines on the wings are covered.
B-32 Aircraft outside of the Assembly Line.
Photograph of a B-32 aircraft outside of the assembly line at Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation in Fort Worth, Texas in February 1945. The four large engines on the wings are covered. A man on a bicycle looks at the plane.
B-32 Assembly
Workers hang engine no. 1 on final assembly of a B-32 at Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation in Fort Worth, Texas on January 25, 1945.
B-32 Assembly Line
B-32 assembly line at Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation in Fort Worth, Texas in January 1945.
B-32 Assembly Line - nose and tail section line up
Photograph of the B- 32 tail and nose line up on the assembly line at Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation in Fort Worth.
B-32 Assembly Line- Tail Groups
Photograph of the "tail groups" in the assembly line of the B-32s at Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation in Fort Worth Texas in January 1945.
B-32 being carried by a monorail
Photograph of an aircraft under construction. It is being carried by a monorail from above in the Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation in Fort Worth, Texas.
B-32 Final Assemble Line
Photograph of the B-32 planes in the final phase of the assembly line at Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation in Fort Worth, Texas.
B-32 in Flight
Aerial photograph of a B-32 soars through the clouds.