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History on the Fly
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TitleHistory on the Fly
AbstractPhotographs and article about the Airline History Museum, 201 N. W. Lou Holland Drive (Wheeler Airport). The main attractions of the museum are the restored planes: the Lockheed Super-G Constellation (commonly called the Connie), Martin 404, and a Douglas DC3. The musem "traces the evolution of commercial travel from the days of Amelia Earhart and open cockpits to early meal service and surprising luxuries such as genuine silver utensils." Many items for the museum were donated by former TWA employees.
AuthorLynsy Smithson-Stanley
PhotographerRoy Inman
DateJuly 19, 2009
SourceThe Kansas City Star Magazine
LocationVertical File: Museums-Airline History Museum
Column NameHidden Treasures
Page7
SubjectGalleries & museums
Air travel
Local SubjectAirline History Museum
Trans World Airlines (TWA)
IllustrationsYes
Item TypeNewspaper Article
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Item ID218935
CONTENTdm number38625
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