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[Drafts of speech given by Norman "Jim" Archibald while promoting his book, circa 1935]
Multiple drafts of a speech given by Norman "Jim" Archibald while promoting his book, and accompanying letter he would read aloud, circa 1935. 14 typed pages.Part of a series of documents relating to Archibald's book "Heaven High, Hell Deep",…

A Romantic Record of War in the Air [Clipping]
Clipping, "A Romantic Record of War in the Air" by Ben Ray Redman, from The Saturday Review of Literature, January 26, 1935. Reviews "Heaven High, Hell Deep" by Norman Archibald.

[Norman "Jim" Archibald]
Photographic portrait of Norman "Jim" Archibald in his U.S. Army Air Service uniform, circa 1917-1918.

[Norman "Jim" Archibald]
Photographic portrait of Norman "Jim" Archibald in his U.S. Army Air Service uniform, circa 1917-1918.

[Norman "Jim" Archibald standing by building]
Photograph of Norman "Jim" Archibald standing by a building, circa 1917.Inscription on verso: "Guess? 1917."

[Norman "Jim" Archibald with unidentified woman and servicemen]
Photograph of Norman "Jim" Archibald (second from left) with an unidentified woman and servicemen, circa 1917-1920.Inscription on verso: "You'll notice I'm on the left. The [illegible] when I knew her is on the right."

[Norman "Jim" Archibald shaving]
Photograph of Norman "Jim" Archibald shaving, circa 1917-1918.

[Norman "Jim" Archibald with three unidentified servicemen]
Photograph of Norman "Jim" Archibald (far right) with three unidentified servicemen, circa 1917-1918.

[Partial letter to Norman "Jim" Archibald from an unidentified person, July 4, 1936]
Partial letter to Norman "Jim" Archibald from an unidentified person, July 4, 1936. Congratulates and compliments Archibald on his book. One handwritten page.Part of a series of documents relating to Archibald's book "Heaven High, Hell Deep,"…

[Letter from W. H. H. Vail to Norman "Jim" Archibald, August 28, 1935]
Letter from W. H. H. Vail to Norman "Jim" Archibald, August 28, 1935. Describes in detail and offers a limited edition set of lithographs related to the 95th Squadron, compliments and congratulates Archibald on his book. Three handwritten pages.Part…
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