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1. Aerial View of Plane and Pilot Aerial View of Plane and Pilot circa 1930s Aerial view of an airplane pilot standing in cockpit--possibly performing an stunt--flying above an industrial area and river.

2. Airplane and Aviators Airplane and Aviators 1926 Two couples, identified as Mr. and Mrs. Russel Dick and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gregory, posed in front of airplane.

3. Airplane and Pilot Ben Gregory Airplane and Pilot Ben Gregory 1923 Pilot identified as Ben Gregory in cockpit of plane that says "Passenger Service, Gregory Front D[rive] Motor Cars & Tr[ucks]."

4. Amelia Earhart Amelia Earhart October 17, 1933 Aviator Amelia Earhart casually sitting in a chair, her knees doubled up beneath her, at the Hotel Baltimore. Earhart was in Kansas City to give a lecture at the Grand Avenue Temple on “Flying for Fun.”...

5. Aviator Roscoe Turner Aviator Roscoe Turner circa 1930s Aviator Roscoe Turner sitting in the cockpit of a plane, posing with an unidentified man.

6. Aviator Roscoe Turner Aviator Roscoe Turner circa 1930s Aviator Roscoe Turner in cockpit of plane shaking hands with unidentified man. An African American male standing nearby.

7. Ben Gregory Ben Gregory 1999 Photos and biographical description of Ben Gregory (1889-1974), a Kansas City pilot and race car enthusiast born in Macon, Missouri, starting as a barnstormer in the 1920s with his "Fly with Ben" airplane...

8. Bones Revive Earhart Mystery Bones Revive Earhart Mystery December 18, 2010 Scientists at the University of Oklahoma are analyzing “three bone fragments found on a deserted South Pacific island” that could be those of aviatrix Amelia Earhart. The International Group for Historic...

9. Busch Voigts Obituary Busch Voigts Obituary April 10, 2011 Busch Voigts died January 24, 2011, in Sun City, Arizona. Voigts was "the grandson of two pioneer Johnson County families." Voigts did barnstorming throughout the West during the 1934-35 Depression years,...

10. Charles A. Lindbergh Charles A. Lindbergh Postcard of Charles A. Lindbergh standing beside his airplane, Spirit of St. Louis.

11. Charles and Anne Lindbergh Charles and Anne Lindbergh April 23, 1933 Charles and Anne Lindbergh posing with police officers and officials at Municipal Airport.

12. Charles Lindbergh Charles Lindbergh circa 1920s Aviator Charles Lindbergh surrounded by a crowd of people.

13. Colonel Arthur Goebel Colonel Arthur Goebel 1999 Photo and description of Colonel Arthur Goebel, winning pilot of a 1927 competition "to fly the 2,439 miles from San Francisco to Hawaii," establishing about 1929 "a flying school at 101 West 12th in Kansas...

14. Female Aviator Female Aviator circa 1930s Unidentifed female pilot wearing aviator's goggles, hat, and jacket.

15. Floyd Edwin Wilhelm Floyd Edwin Wilhelm circa 1950 Portrait of Captain Floyd Edwin Wilhelm who was born October 7, 1922 in Jonesboro, Illinois, son of William and Alice Wilhelm. He served in the Pacific Theater during World War II for more than four years...

16. Fly Girls Are No Longer Forgotten Fly Girls Are No Longer Forgotten July 4, 2009 Margaret Ellfeldt Rees was one of the first women to train as a WASP, or Women Airforce Service Pilot, during World War II. She is now one of the few remaining. WASPs flew every type of aircraft that men...

17. Four Pilots Seated on a Bench Four Pilots Seated on a Bench circa 1920s-1930s Exterior view of four men sitting on a bench and looking at a map. Three of the four men wear headgear indicating they might be aviators.

18. Frazier R. Stair Frazier R. Stair circa 1944 A view of First Lieutenant Frazier R. Stair, 430th Fighter Squadron, 47th Fighter Group, Ninth Army Air Force, positioned in his airplane. He was born in Kansas City, Missouri on November 9, 1920 and graduated...

19. Gilbert L. Worley, Jr. Gilbert L. Worley, Jr. circa 1942 Portrait of Lt. Gilbert L. Worley, Jr., a flyer in the United States Army. He was born in Topeka, Kansas, April 12, 1920. He graduated from Southwest High School in Kansas City and from Kansas University...

20. John Brock's Flying Record John Brock's Flying Record 1999 Photos and description of John Brock, an optometrist and "President of the Specialty Optical Company, 1009 McGee Street," honored in 1930 at the Hotel Muehlebach for his record-setting 365 days of consecutive...