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Iva Metz oral history interview
Born-digital video recording of an oral history with Iva Metz and interviewer Geoff Nunn, recorded as part of The Museum of Flight Oral History Program, November 1, 2019.

[Curtiss Model D aircraft, piloted by Eugene Ely, taking off from USS Pennsylvania]
Photograph of a Curtiss Model D aircraft, piloted by Eugene Ely, taking off from the USS Pennsylvania, San Francisco Bay, California, January 18, 1911. A large crowd of sailors watches from the ship.

[Curtiss Model D aircraft, piloted by Eugene Ely, landing on USS Pennsylvania]
Photograph of a Curtiss Model D aircraft, piloted by Eugene Ely, landing on the USS Pennsylvania, San Francisco Bay, California, January 18, 1911. This is credited as the first successful shipboard landing of an aircraft.

[People with Curtiss F Boat aircraft]
Photographic postcard of people with a U.S. Navy Curtiss F Boat aircraft, circa 1913-1915.Inscription: "U.S.N. Flying boat."Embossed on photograph: "H. M. Benner, Hammondsport, N.Y."

[Serviceman with General Motors FM-2 Wildcat aircraft]
Photographic negative of a U.S. Navy serviceman with a General Motors FM-2 Wildcat aircraft, Guam, circa 1944-1950.

[Servicemen at military base]
Photographic group portrait of U.S. Navy servicemen at a military base, Guam, circa 1944-1950. An aircraft is partially visible on the left.

[Elmer A. Ball outside Princeton Memorial Chapel]
Photographic negative of U.S. Navy serviceman Elmer A. Ball outside the Princeton Memorial Chapel, Guam, circa 1944-1950.

[Servicemen in base paint shop]
Photographic negative of two U.S. Navy servicemen in the base paint shop, Guam, circa 1944-1950. The sign on the pole reads: "Paint Shop / No work done without permission from Engineering Officer."

[Servicemen at military base]
Photographic group portrait of U.S. Navy servicemen at a military base, Guam, circa 1944-1950.

[Quonset hut with garden and small picket fence]
Photographic negative of a Quonset hut with a garden and small picket fence, Guam, circa 1944-1950. The sign on the hut reads: "CPO2."
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