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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: [1920-06..1920-08]
Creator: 20th Century-Fox Film Corp.
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas

[Photograph of field from plane]

Description: Photograph of men shaking hands with Ormer Locklear. Text on the reverse reads: "All the Aero Club of America and newspaper reporters and army officers first after I made the change at Atlantic City all shaking hands with me."
Date: unknown
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas

[Locklear publicity card]

Description: Photograph of a publicity envelope. Text on the reverse reads: "Publicity envelope used by Locklear Flying Circus. Addressed to Ormer's father. Mailed from Grand Rapids, Michigan, while Circus performing at West Michigan State Fair. September, 15-18, 1919. Credit: Locklear Family Collection."
Date: 1919~
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas

[Ormer Locklear and Viola Dana on location]

Description: Photograph of Viola Dana and Ormer Locklear out on location. Dana, left, is sitting in a chair with her name on it. She is wearing a fur coat and floppy hat. Text on the reverse reads: "Out on location with her company making picture title 'Eliza Come to Star.'"
Date: [1918..1920]
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas

[Portrait of Ormer Locklear]

Description: Photograph of Ormer Locklear, Jack Dempsey, and Viola Dana. Jack Dempsey stands outside of a biplane; Viola Dana pushes him. Text on the reverse reads: "Ormer Locklear (in cockpit), Jack Dempsey, Viola Dana. January 10, 1920."
Date: January 20, 1920
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

[Ormer Locklear showing his hands]

Description: Photograph of Ormer Locklear showing the backs of his hands to the camera. Text on the reverse reads: "Ormer Locklear displays his famous hands to demonstrate their size. Note $1000 diamond ring on right hand he purchased from his press agent, Bill Pickens. Air Service identification bracelet on right wrist. Watch awarded by Minnesota State Fair on the other. 1920."
Date: 1920
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas

[Locklear scrapbook page]

Description: Photograph of a scrapbook page. Text on the page read: "Milton Elliot,-Ormer Locklear & Shirley Short. Elliot & Short the pilots who flew the airplanes when Ormer Locklear jumped from one airplane to another in mid-air. Ormer Locklear "King of the Dare-divils" [sic] Ormer Loclear [sic], and Milton Elliot. was killed Aug 2, 1920 in Hollywood Calf. [sic] while doing a 'spin' for a movie scene which Loclear [sic] was the star."
Date: 1961~
Creator: Stathis, Louis
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas

[Locklear advertisement]

Description: Photograph of advertisement for Ormer Locklear's show at the Texas State Fair. Text on the advertisement reads: "A Fort Worth boy, Lieut. Ormer Locklear, who has thrilled millions all over the country by performing his amazing feat of changing from one airplane to another in flight, the only person in the world to accomplish this feat, will perform this super-stunt at the Texas State Fair in Dallas on 'Locklear day,' Friday, Oct. 17."
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

[Locklear's funeral march]

Description: Photograph of Ormer Locklear's funeral. Text on the reverse reads: "Ormer Locklear funeral procession. Fort Worth Air Service officers, many of whom flew with Locklear at Barron Field, are in lead. Note first man in second row wiping his eye. Floral airplane is in middle of procession behind hearse carrying Locklear's body. Credit: Locklear Family Collection."
Date: 1920
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

[Ormer Lockear in The Skywayman]

Description: Photograph of Ormer Locklear in a scene from The Skywayman. Text on the reverse reads: "Filming scene for The Skywayman along Fairfax Avenue in Hollywood. Ormer Locklear, straddling landing gear, has just passed the camera car. In the rear is automobile driven by members of Overland Callahan gang. Locklear, as Norman Locke, has just traded shots with them."
Date: [1920-06..1920-07]
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas

[Group of men by plane]

Description: Photograph of men standing in front of an airplane. Text on the reverse reads: "From left to right - Harry Rice, Universal Exploitation Manager, Lieutenant Ralph Diggins, pilot, Locklear himself, Fred Rochester, Publicity Manager Morris & Company, George W. Brow, General Sales Agent Curtiss Aeroplane Manufacturing Co., Jack Curran, former British Aviation Officer -- taken on the field just before plane left for Chicago's loop."
Date: [1918..1920]
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas

[Locklear's wristwatch]

Description: Photograph of Ormer Locklear's wristwatch. Text on the reverse reads: "Photograph of Ormer Locklear's wristwatch, made after his fatal crash on August 2, 1920. Inscription: Presented to Lieut. Ormer Locklear by Minnesota State Agriculture Society Sept. 6 - 1919. Small clasp: Air Service Aeronautics. Note broken band and hands stopped at exactly 10:14 (p.m.)."
Date: 1920
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

[Locklear illustration]

Description: Photograph of illustration of Ormer Locklear standing in front of a plane. Text at the bottom of the photograph reads: "Ormer Locklear at a Los Angeles Air Show, Note Resemblance to Clark Gable."
Date: 1923~
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

[National Anthem at Locklear's funeral]

Description: Photograph of Ormer Locklear's funeral. Text on the reverse reads: "Army units and civilians stand at attention during playing of 'National Anthem' at Los Angeles Southern Pacific Station on Central Avenue. Spray of flowers marks Locklear's casket. Sol Wurtzel stands to left of spray. Locklear's body is being sent to Fort Worth, Elliott's to Gadsden, Alabama, August 5, 1920."
Date: August 5, 1920
Partner: The University of Texas at Dallas