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[Portrait of Ida Loving Turner and Alma Turner Phelps]

Description: Photograph of Ida Loving Turner and her daughter, Alma Turner Phelps. Ida Loving Turner is on the left and is wearing a dark dress with what appear to be bows around the collar and her hair is curled into an updo. Alma Turner Phelps is on the right and is wearing a white dress with a frilly collar with what appears to be a star embroidered onto the front and her hair is also curled into an updo. The picture is enclosed in a black leather folder with a red velvet interior and on the left of the photograph of the two women is a golden pin that says 'Lady Managers' on the top with a star hanging below and above the star the word 'Texas' is written.
Date: 1900~
Partner: Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

[Convair B-36 Bomber]

Description: Photograph of a United States Air Force plane B-36, taken from below and looking up at the bottom of the plane. The sky is a clear blue with no clouds.
Date: 1952~/1955~
Partner: Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

[Ira M. Porter and Warren Lee on the Set of Battle Hymn]

Description: Photograph of Ira M. Porter of Fort Worth, Texas combing the hair of a Warren Lee on the set of Battle Hymn. The child is sitting on a high chair and has a sheet draped around him and is smiling.
Date: 1952~/1955~
Partner: Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

[Pilot and T-33]

Description: Photograph of a man piloting a T-33 plane that is in the air. The picture is blurry and not well lit and the photograph only shows the man from the chest up and he is wearing a white helmet with a red star on the front. In the background of the photo, clouds can be seen.
Date: 1952~/1955~
Partner: Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

[Photograph of Two Men in a Car on Set of Battle Hymn]

Description: Photograph of two men in a pale yellow convertible car filming on the set of Battle Hymn. In the back of the car there is a man in blue jeans standing on the back seat operating a film camera and in the background of the picture there is a sign that says 'Base Operations 6146th Air Base Unit L.T. Col. Dean E. Hess Commanding'. The man riding in the front seat has a white shirt on and is wearing glasses and they are filming in what seems to be an arid landscape, with tents and mountains in the background as well as a log cabin with a tin roof. Ira M. Porter, United States Air Force, 4th Fighter Wing, flew in some scenes of the movie.
Date: 1952~/1955~
Partner: Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

[Ira M. Porter and Lieutenant Livingston]

Description: Photograph of Ira M. Porter, jet pilot, United State Air Force, 4th Fighter Wing standing in front of an F-86 with Lieutenant Livingston. Both men are holding up two fingers to represent the MiG jets Mr. Porter shot down in the Korean war. The man on the left is wearing khaki pants and a dark jacket and the man on the right is wearing a dark jumpsuit. Both men are holding up peace signs and smiling at each other and the plane is silver with a decal of a Native American man in a traditional headdress.
Date: 1952~/1955~
Partner: Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

[Ira M. Porter at Nellis Air Force Base]

Description: Photograph of two men in pilot uniforms smiling and shaking hands in front of a United States Army plane. The man on the left is wearing a dark green jumpsuit with a green hat and dark sunglasses and the man on the right, Ira M. Porter, is wearing a tan and green jumpsuit and is holding a helmet and the plane they are standing in front of is silver with a red, navy, and white star with 'FU-23'.
Date: 1952~/1955~
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Partner: Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

Rock Hudson on the Set of Battle Hymn

Description: Rock Hudson on the left, on the set of the movie Battle Hymn, has on an Air Force uniform complete with a tan shirt and dark green hat with a silver medallion on the front and is smiling at the camera, and the man on the right has on a tan cowboy hat and a blue denim jacket. In the background of the picture, there are several people around a number of different movie equipment including cameras and sound equipment. The location of this picture is barren, with no plant life or greenery. Ira M. Porter of Fort Worth, Texas flew in some of the scenes in the film.
Date: 1952~/1955~
Partner: Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

[Rock Hudson on the set of Battle Hymn]

Description: Photograph of the Battle Hymn movie set depicting an Air Force Base. There is production equipment in the forefront of the picture, as well as a man wearing a checkered hat and on a piece of equipment 'Universal International' is written. In the back of the picture there is a sign that reads, 'Base Operations 6146th Air Base Unit L.T. Col. Dean E. Hess Commanding' and below that 'Every Man A General'. Rock Hudson is near the middle of the photograph and appears to be writing on a clipboard while looking towards the camera and in the background of the picture there is a log cabin with a tin roof and on the horizon mountains can be seen. Ira M. Porter of Fort Worth, Texas United States Air Force Pilot flew in some of the scenes.
Date: 1952~/1955~
Partner: Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

[Ira M. Porter and Lieutenant Gus Blue]

Description: Photograph of two men, Ira M. Porter, Jet Pilot of F-86, left, and Lieutenant Gus Blue, right, in tan officer uniforms and black officer hats posing with a sign in Tokyo, Japan. The background of the picture seems to show that the men are standing in front of a store and there are various items displayed in the background, such as bottles and plastic bags.
Date: 1952~/1955~
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Partner: Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

[Ira M. Porter on the set of Battle Hymn]

Description: Photograph of Ira M. Porter and a woman standing in front of a yellow convertible on the set of "Battle Hymn". The landscape of the picture is dry and mountainous. On the left, the woman is wearing a white hat and cat-eye sunglasses with a red, white, and blue navy checkered shirt and Porter is wearing an olive green jumpsuit with a red hat.
Date: 1952~/1955~
Partner: Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

[Ira M. Porter and F-86]

Description: Photograph of Ira M. Porter, jet pilot, United States Air Force, 4th Fighter Wing, Chiefs Squadron, in a pilot's uniform sitting on top a ladder leaning on a silver plane. The plane has 'FS-728-A' written on the side and the picture is taken in Bitburg Air Force Base, Germany and shows a field and houses in the backdrop.
Date: 1952~/1955~
Partner: Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

[Ira M. Porter on the Set of Battle Hymn]

Description: Photograph of a movie set with a group of people, including Ira M. Porter wearing a red cap, who are part of the movie crew for Battle Hymn in the foreground of the photograph with lighting equipment, camera equipment, and other production items. There is a man in front of the plane holding a scene marker, indicating that a scene is about to start and on the right wing of the plane there is a man in a green jumpsuit and red hat who appears to be an actor in the scene that is about to be filmed. There is also a man sitting in the cockpit of the plane who also seems to be an actor in the scene portraying a pilot. The front side of the plane appears to have Korean symbols and the back side of the plane appears to have an artistic take on the Korean flag and in the middle of the side of the plane facing the camera there is the number 18. Porter flew in some scenes of the movie.
Date: 1952~/1955~
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Partner: Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

[Ira M. Porter and Unknown Pilot in front of F-86]

Description: Photograph of two men, Ira M. Porter (left) and an unknown pilot (right), talking in front of a silver United State's Air Force plane. The plane has a yellow stripe towards the tail as well as a white, navy, and red star. The man on the left is wearing a brown jacket with dark green pants and a red scarf tucked into the front of his jacket and seems to be explaining something to the man on the right who is holding a cigarette and wearing an all black outfit and the tail of the plane has 'U.S. Air Force 24332' printed and below that 'FU-332' next to the white star.
Date: 1952~/1955~
Partner: Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

[Thomas K. Finletter and Ira M. Porter with F-86]

Description: Photograph of seven Air Force personnel standing next to an Air Force plane. Thomas K. Finletter, Secretary of the Air Force is boarding a F-86 with jet pilot Ira M. Porter. Four of the men are wearing dark green jumpsuits, two are wearing navy, and one is wearing a tan jumpsuit and the picture appears to be taken on a base as there are other planes in the background as well as satellites.
Date: 1952~/1955~
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Partner: Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

[Ira M. Porter and F-86]

Description: Photograph of Ira M. Porter, jet pilot for the United States Air Force, 4th Fighter Wing, in uniform stepping into the cockpit of a plane. The man is smiling towards a camera that is being pointed at him towards the left of the picture and the plane that he is stepping into is silver with yellow stripes on the end of the plane as well as on the tail. On the tail of the plane the words 'U.S. Air Force 12796' are written.
Date: 1952~/1955~
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Partner: Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

[F-86, Kimpo, South Korea]

Description: Photograph of two men standing behind what appears to be a damaged tail of a F-86 jet. The man on the left is wearing a dark green coat and tan hat with a yellow scarf tucked into the front and the man to the right is wearing a blue coat with an olive green hat and is taking the other man's picture. The end of the plane that they are looking at seems to be severely damaged - there are multiple tears and holes in the plane's exterior and they appear to be on some sort of Air Force base as there are other planes and equipment in the background of the picture.
Date: 1952~/1955~
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Partner: Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

[Ira M. Porter and jet pilots]

Description: Four jet pilots from the 4th Fighter Wing, Chiefs Squadron, United States Air Force. Taylor, Dobell, Livingston, and Ira M. Porter of Fort Worth, Texas. Standing in front of an F-86 with "Baby Shoes" written on the side. "Ole D. Flight"
Date: 1952~/1955~
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Partner: Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

[Ira M. Porter and Lieutenant Livingston]

Description: Ira M. Porter, jet pilot, United States Air Force, 4th Fighter Wing, standing in from of an F-86 shaking hands with Lieutenant Livingston. The name of the pilot of the plane is W.N. Wood and the jest has the name Baby Shoes with a pair of baby shoes painted on the side.
Date: 1952~/1955~
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Partner: Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

[Ira M. Porter and F-86]

Description: Photograph of Ira M. Porter, jet pilot, United States Air Force, 4th Fighter Wind, Chiefs Division standing in front of an F-86 plane and holding up two fingers representing the two MiG's he shot down. He is wearing a pilot jumpsuit and the plane behind him is silver with a yellow stripe towards the left side. In the middle, there is a decal portraying a Native American man in a traditional headdress and on the cockpit of the plane 'John L. Erickson' is written.
Date: 1952~/1955~
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Partner: Fort Worth Museum of Science and History