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[Broadside advertisement for Walkerton Fair]
Broadside advertisement for the Walkerton Fair, September 1913. Lists William S. Luckey's exhibition flights as a special attraction.

[Broadside advertisement for William S. Luckey's exhibition flight at Big Stone Gap]
Broadside advertisement for William S. Luckey's exhibition flight at Big Stone Gap, Virginia, circa 1913-1915. Features a portrait of Luckey and an image of Luckey with a Curtiss seaplane.

[Tri-fold postcard advertisement for exhibition aviator William S. Luckey]
Tri-fold postcard advertisement for exhibition aviator William S. Luckey, circa 1913-1915. The front features two photomechanical prints of Curtiss aircraft in flight, likely piloted by Luckey. The verso contains information about Luckey's flying…

"Luckey" is my name!
Advertisement card for William S. Luckey's exhibition flight at the Isle of Palms, South Carolina, circa 1913-1915.

[Advertisement postcard for exhibition aviator William S. Luckey]
Advertisement postcard for exhibition aviator William S. Luckey, circa 1913-1915. The front features a photomechanical print of a Curtiss aircraft, likely piloted by Luckey, in flight over a racetrack. The verso contains information about Luckey's…

Wings of the morning [magazine advertisement for Command-Aire aircraft]
Magazine advertisement for Command-Aire aircraft, circa 1920s-1930s. Includes two illustrations of Command-Aire aircraft in flight, one of a pilot waving to people on the ground and one of a pilot straddling the fuselage. The text describes…

Home, Swift Home [Trans World Airlines advertisement]
Magazine advertisement for Trans World Airlines, circa 1946. Features a half-page illustration of a TWA Lockheed Model 49 Constellation aircraft in flight over a city. The text describes TWA as "the finest way to fly."

Mitchell bombers sink Aleutian Japs [North American Aviation advertisement]
Magazine advertisement for North American Aviation from Collier's Magazine, circa 1944. Features a full-page illustration of a North American B-25 Mitchell in flight over the Aleutian coast as ships burn in the water below. The text describes the…

[Comedic advertisement for SO-WOT Airlines, circa 1945-1946]
Comedic advertisement created by servicemen on the USS Pine Island (AV-12), advertising for SO-WOT Airlines, circa 1945-1946. The ad notes that SO-WOT Airlines serves Sasebo, Okinawa, Wakayama, Ominato, and Tokyo and provides services such as…

[Order form for "Baling Wire, Chewing Gum, and Guts"]
Order form for the book "Baling Wire, Chewing Gum, and Guts: The Story of The Gates Flying Circus" by Bill Rhodes, circa 1970s.
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