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James E. Laubaugh papers, 1933-1971.

Author: James E Laubaugh
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The collection contains a series of Laubaugh's black and white photographs of planes used commercially in the 1930s, including many biplanes, an early Boeing Fighter, and a Curtiss-Wright Pusher. Included are a photo of the first U.S. Army mail plane crash in 1934 in Jerome, Idaho; and planes and scenes from the Boeing School of Aeronautics in Oakland, California, 1935-1936. Memorabilia include several  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Photographs
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: James E Laubaugh
OCLC Number: 71795833
Description: 0.10 cubic ft.
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The collection contains a series of Laubaugh's black and white photographs of planes used commercially in the 1930s, including many biplanes, an early Boeing Fighter, and a Curtiss-Wright Pusher. Included are a photo of the first U.S. Army mail plane crash in 1934 in Jerome, Idaho; and planes and scenes from the Boeing School of Aeronautics in Oakland, California, 1935-1936. Memorabilia include several congratulatory letters from United Airlines and 1971 UAL training charts of instrument panels. Also included are two photos taken by Laubaugh's father in Newport News, Virginia showing blimps about 1918.

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by bknauss (WorldCat user published 2009-07-13) Fair Permalink

I need more personal information on James E Laubaugh.  I am his Aunt Mable's granddaughter Barbara.  I am going my genealogy.  And I am stuck with Ernest's wifes English side, James mother, Sarah Jane Sprague.  I have found 55 grandparents so perhaps you will be interested...
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