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Airports (5)
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Date
1929-06-26 (3)
1927-08-17 (2)
1942 (1)

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Cresswell (2)
Anderson Photo Company (1)

 Image: Title: Date: Description:

1. Municipal Airport Dedication Municipal Airport Dedication 1927-08-17 Lou Holland, Conrad Mann and other unidentified people at airport dedication.

2. Municipal Airport Dedication Municipal Airport Dedication 1927-08-17 Unidentified people at airport dedication.

3. Municipal Airport Terminal Building and Parking Lot Municipal Airport Terminal Building and Parking Lot 1942 Looking north, view shows automobiles in parking lot to the east and south of the main terminal building. Handwritten on the back in pencil, "New Parking Lay-out. Grading and landscaping completed early...

4. Municipal Airport Terminal Building Groundbreaking Ceremony Municipal Airport Terminal Building Groundbreaking Ceremony 1929-06-26 Henry McElroy, Jr., Eleanor Beach (mayor's daughter), and other unidentified people on raised platform and surrounding crowd at groundbreaking for the new terminal building, or as it was called then, airport...

5. Municipal Airport Terminal Building Groundbreaking Ceremony Municipal Airport Terminal Building Groundbreaking Ceremony 1929-06-26 Henry McElroy, Jr., Eleanor Beach (mayor's daughter), and other unidentified people on raised platform and surrounding crowd at groundbreaking for the new terminal building, or as it was called then, airport...

6. Municipal Airport Terminal Building Groundbreaking Ceremony Municipal Airport Terminal Building Groundbreaking Ceremony 1929-06-26 Dignitaries posed before the Transcontinental Air Travel plane "Kansas City" at the groundbreaking for the new terminal building, or as it was called then, airport station. Men are seen refueling the airplane....