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

  • Unique Al Williams Photo - 1936

    SKU: 21-P-405

     One-of-a-kind 4x5" b&w photo of famous pilot Al Williams beside his Curtiss Gulfhawk.  Photo is lightly pasted to a 8.5x11" 3-hole punched sheet with the ink text below as shown.  Photo very good, paper has small wrinkles and tears

    Price: $20.00
  • WWII Boeing B-17 Promo Photo - 1943

    SKU: 21-P-404

     Large 11x8.5" b&w of a B-17 in USAAF paint over snow-capped mountains.  Penned on the reverse is:"Received Oct 8, 1943 from Boeing Aircraft Factory, Seattle, Wash. as a graduation present."  Very good.

    Price: $20.00
  • Barling Bomber Press Photo- 1923

    SKU: 21-P-403

     Original 7x6" b&w photo of a Barling bomber in flight.  Wide World Photos press release pasted on reverse speaks to this 2nd test of the "World's Largest Airplane", flying at 2500 ft with 9 men on board, dated 9/11/23.  Very good.

    Price: $20.00
  • AP Press Crash Photo - 1939

    SKU: 21-P-401

     B&W gloss photo, 9x7", shows masive wreckage with spectators behind.  Press release pasted to reverse speaks to this Braniff Airways aircraft crashing on takeoff from Oklahoma City on March 26, 1939.  Reports from the ground were that the left engine separated from the wing; there were eight fatalities.  Very good; light left margin wrinkles.

    Price: $20.00
  • Airline Pilot Survivor - 1934

    SKU: 21-P-400

     Associated Press photo portrait of American Airlines Pilot Ernest Dryer, 5.5x7.5", b&w, glossy.  Dryer was piloting a flight from Boston to Cleveland on Dec 29, 1934 when his aircraft iced and he crashed on a mountain top near Rockwood, New York.  Three pilots and one passenger were unhurt.  Press release pasted on reverse.  Very good.  SOLD

    Price: $0.00
  • AP Press Photo of Crashed Airliner - circa 1939

    SKU: 21-P-399

     B&W glossy 10x7.5" photo of a TWA DC-2 crash east of Allegheny County Airport, Pennsylvania.  AP rubber stamp on reverse along with a publication sticker.  No date shown but text of subject on the reverse in pencil.  Very good.

    Price: $15.00
  • Early USAAC Formation Flight Photo - circa 1920s

    SKU: 21-P-397

     B&W gloss 9.5x7.5" photo of what appears to be five DH-4s in formation.  Vertical stabilizers are numbered in sequence but I can't see the unit insignia on the sides of the fuselage.  Very good; small pin holes in corners.

    Price: $18.00
  • Stunt Biplane Photo

    SKU: 21-P-396

     Veteran's Air Shows aircraft, b&w, 9.5x7.5".  Unknown location, pilot or date.  Perhaps it would be tracked thru the N-number.  Likely prepared for publication as seen from some size marking on the reverse in ink.  Very good; bottom margin trimmed.

    Price: $8.00
  • US Navy Consolidated "Admiral" Flying Boat - circa 1928

    SKU: 21-P-395

     Attractive aerial photo of this classic open cockpit flying boat with typed title lower left.  B&W, 9x7", very good, thumb-tack holes upper corners.

    Price: $18.00
  • Crashed Bomber Headed to Army-Navy Game - 1922

    SKU: 21-P-394

     Original b&w press photo, 6.25x5", showing what appears to be a Martin bomber on its nose.  Press release on the reverse speaks to the nose-over on landing for the Army-Navy game at Franklin Field, Philadelphia on Nov 25, 1922.  One US Marine was injured, six others OK.  Very good.

    Price: $20.00