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[Promotion for The Skywayman]

Description: Photograph of individuals on a film set. In the photograph, Locklear wears a smoking jacket. A man wearing a uniform stands in the middle, while a woman with a pad of paper and pen sits in an armchair on the right. Text on the reverse reads: "Left to right: Ormer Locklear, William Elmer, Louise Lovely. Scene from William Fox Studio production of 'The Skywayman.' June-August 1920."
Date: [1918..1920]
Creator: 20th Century-Fox Film Corp.

[Promotion for The Skywayman]

Description: Photograph of Ormer Locklear, Louise Lovely, and Jack Brammal in scene from the William Fox Studio Production of The Skywayman. In the photograph, Locklear and Lovely sit in a plane. Brammal, who is balancing on the wing of the plane, leans over Locklear's seat.
Date: [1920-06..1920-08]
Creator: 20th Century-Fox Film Corp.

[Scene from The Skywayman]

Description: Photograph of Ormer Locklear, Louise Lovely, and Jack Brammal in scene from the William Fox Studio Production of The Skywayman. In the photograph, Locklear and Lovely sit in a plane. Brammal stands next to the plane.
Date: [1920-06..1920-08]
Creator: 20th Century-Fox Film Corp.

[Letter from Henry Clay, Jr. to his Brother Ashton, February 22, 1918]

Description: Letter from Henry Clay, Jr. to his brother Ashton regarding his current status in England. Another one of Clay's friends died in a flying accident and he tells his brother that he should join the Royal Flying Corps instead of being conscripted by the United States. A new commanding officer who knows a great deal has talked about making Clay an instructor in the Royal Flying Corps.
Date: February 22, 1918
Creator: Clay, Henry, Jr.

[Letter from Henry Clay, Jr. to his Family, August 1917]

Description: Letter from Henry Clay, Jr. to his mother and family back home regarding his travels to St. Louis, Missouri. Clay says that they are on a train about three hours away from St. Louis but does not know about when they will travel to New York. Clay also tries to comfort his mother and tells her that she should be happy.
Date: August 1917
Creator: Clay, Henry, Jr.

[Letter from Henry Clay, Jr. to his Family Back Home]

Description: Letter from Henry Clay, Jr. to his family back home on the day after Christmas possibly in 1917. Clay speaks about his flight training and his desire to become a scout; he spent Christmas there but received a turkey dinner from Mrs. Henson. At the end he talks about the clock he is making out of a damaged propeller.
Date: 1917-12-26?
Creator: Clay, Henry, Jr.

[Letter from Henry Clay, Jr. to his Family, Fall 1917]

Description: A letter from Henry Clay, Jr. to his mother and family back home regarding his financial situation while in New York City, New York. Clay had to spend a lot of money on equipment that his lieutenant told him he must buy, later Clay spends a few pages asking his mother to be proud of him for going off to fight for a good cause.
Date: Winter 1917
Creator: Clay, Henry, Jr.

[Letter from Henry Clay, Jr. to his Family, March 7, 1918]

Description: Letter from Henry Clay, Jr. to his family back home during his stay in Scotland. In he first half of the letter Clay is thanking his mother for the box she sent him and some pictures as well; afterwards Clay goes into talking about being the first American Squadron to "fight Huns," and possibly being made a captain by the time they depart for France.
Date: March 7, 1918
Creator: Clay, Henry, Jr.