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[Cracked Concrete]

Description: Photograph of a large crack in a concrete slab with water damage on it. There is some dirt at the bottom of the image and the bottom section of a wall at the top.
Date: [1941..1942]
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Helen Snapp and a Young Man Walking Down a Street]

Description: Photograph of Helen Snapp and a young man walking down a street, dressed in civilian clothing. The man is wearing a dark-colored suit, and Snapp is wearing a dark-colored dress.
Date: Summer 1941
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Sweetwater's Municipal Airport Hangar Building #2]

Description: Photograph of Sweetwater's Municipal Airport hangar, a large, metal building with the hangar's name in large letters on the front. There is a metal tower to the right of the hangar, and a long road going past the right of the building. Text at the bottom of the photo indicates the location and date of the photo. A note can be seen written on the back of the photo: "Sweetwater Municipal Airport- The first hangar built in 1929 on South side of the field. Photo taken in 1941".
Date: March 29, 1941
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Sweetwater's Municipal Airport Hangar Building #3]

Description: Photograph of Sweetwater's Municipal Airport hangar, a large, metal building with the hangar's name in large letters on the front. There is a metal tower to the right of the hangar, and long road going past the right of the building. Text at the bottom of the photo indicates the location and date of the photo.
Date: March 29, 1941
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Sweetwater's Municipal Airport Hangar Building #4]

Description: Photograph of Sweetwater's Municipal Airport hangar, a large, metal building with the hangar's name in large letters on the front. There is a metal tower to the right of the hangar, and a long road going past the right of the building. Text at the bottom of the photo indicates the location and date of the photo.
Date: March 29, 1941
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum