Photos/Postcards (partial automatic shipping charge refunded on these items)

  • Famous WWI Gas Attack Photo - circa 1918

    SKU: 21-P-463

     Sepia-tone 9x5.5" photo of troops charging with gas masks and fixed bayonets. Of course, the shocking portion of the image is the soldier in front being wounded in the neck.  There is a faint negative number "923094" in the lower left and album paper residue on the reverse.  Very good original photo.

    Price: $25.00
  • Two Photos, Springfield, Ohio, Municipal Airport - circa mid-1940's

    SKU: 21-P-462

     Size of each 9.25x7", b&w, mounted to stiff card stock ((9.25x8") with typed titles below.  One shows a distance shot of hangars and runway; the other showing a closer shot of a homemade tug pulling a Piper Cub.

    Price: $15.00
  • Large Waco SRE Photo - circa 1940

    SKU: 21-P-461

     Waco SRE serial 5087, NC 20962, manufactured Mar 1940 (pencilled on reverse).  Large 11.75x10" b&w with narrow black border.  Printed on heavy stock, glue remnants on reverse.  Very good.

    Price: $20.00
  • Memorial Newspaper for Photographer William P. Mayfield - 1974

    SKU: 21-MISC-45

     A 24pp photo essay on the life and work of William Reston Mayfield, a prolific Ohio photographer born in 1896 and passing in 1974.  Mayfield was famous for his photos of the Wright experiments at Huffman Praire and other noteable aviation events in Ohio.  He operated a photo studio in Dayton for 45 years and was on the staff of the Dayton Daily News.  This piece  measures 12x14", is on newsprint, and has well-known Mayfield photos on every page but two which is a biography of Mayfield's work. Very good with usual newsprint toning.  Pictured is the top half of the front page, below which carries the inscription and autograph of a dealer in photographic antiques.

    Price: $15.00
  • Dayton Air Fair Photo - 1978

    SKU: 21-P-460

     Large 14x11" b&w aerial shot of a Curtiss Pusher replica above the Dayton Airport and the Air Fair aircraft lined up below.  Nicely composed through the flying wires of the photo chase biplane.  Excellent.

    Price: $15.00
  • Johnson 12 cyl Engine Photo - 1914/15

    SKU: 21-CAT-89

     Very rare original vintage photo of an obscure early U.S. aero engine.  7.5x9.5", mounted on linen, linen tag extends beyond the b&w photo and carries a pencil inscription:  "1914-1915 150 H.P."  Unusual to see a V-12 engine at this early date.  About good; some surface soiling and creases.

    Price: $45.00
  • Northrup Alpha TWA Photo - circa 1936

    SKU: 21-P-459

     10x8" b&w of an Alpha being loaded with cargo.  Ink annotation on reverse regading history of photo. Very good.  

    Price: $15.00
  • Graf Zeppelin Original Photo

    SKU: 21-ZEPP-372

     Small 5x3" b&w photo in an original wood frame.  Ink text (mis-spelled) on reverse identifies this famous airship.  Vintage, about good. 

    Price: $18.00
  • Portrait of General Henry H. "Hap" Arnold - circa 1945

    SKU: 21-P-458

     A wonderful 8x10" b&w portrait of one of our most famous airman.  Hap Arnold needs little introduction or fanfare; his career is legendary.  He's pictured here in his dress uniform and his original military aviator badge is front-and-center.  Very good condition; light crease in the lower right corner.  A beautiful image! (2)

    Price: $20.00
  • Boeing P-12B Lot - 1930

    SKU: 21-CAT-83

     Fascinating lot of paperwork and photos relating to The Boeing School of Aeronautics (dated 13 June 1930), The American Model League of America and an outstanding model of the P-12B built by a young man from Oakland, California.  The lot includes 1) A typed letter from the General Manager of the Boeing School to the Model League regarding the accuracy of the P-12B model, 2) A carbon of a typed letter in reply from teh League back to Boeing commenting on the wonderful nature of the model but regretting that it was submitted after the deadline, 3) Three 8x6" b&w photos of the model and the young builder next to the real P-12B (Boeing photos); each photo with a typed description on the reverse and 4) A very large 34x44" folded model plan of the P-12B from the Model League of America.   Generally good-very good condition; some spliting at the folds of the model plan.  Wow, do I ever wish I owned this model!

    Price: $85.00