National Air and Space Museum, Archives Division

Hattie Meyers Junkin Papers (1906-1982)

Accession No. XXXX-0171


SI neg no. 2000-7606

National Air and Space Museum
Smithsonian Institution
Washington, DC

Karen Whitehair

© Smithsonian Institution, 1995



Scope and Content Notes

Hattie Meyers Junkin (1896-1985), was an aviator and observer of a number of historical events in the aviation industry. In 1917 she married George "Buck" Weaver (1895-1924), a civilian flying instructor at the military training center in Waco, Texas. Weaver, along with Clayton Bruckner and Elwood "Sam" Junkin, founded the Advanced Aircraft Company in 1921 (name was changed to Weaver Aircraft Company in 1922, and to Waco Aircraft Company in 1929). In 1924, "Buck" Weaver was killed testing an aircraft. A few months after Weaver's death, Hattie married Elwood "Sam" Junkin (1897-1926), but he died about a year later of a heart aliment. The control of Weaver Aircraft slipped away from Hattie to Bruckner resulting in litigation for control of the company. The result of the litigation was a partnership between Hattie and Bruckner. In 1929, she married Ralph Stanton Barnaby (1893-1986), a glider pilot and aviation pioneer. Always interested in aviation, in 1931 she became one of the first women to earn a glider class C license. She also spent time in academic pursuits studying law at the University of Washington (DC), although she was unable to take the bar exam. In 1940 she moved to Garden City, NJ where she remained until moving to Atlanta, Georgia in the late 1970s. Hattie spent much of her life writing, especially about gliding and about the history of the Weaver Aircraft Company.

This collection contains the personal papers of Hattie Meyers Junkin. The material consists of correspondence, scrapbooks, photographs, periodical articles and manuscripts, including material about her three husbands and about the history of the Waco Aircraft Company. This collection could very easily be called the Hattie and George "Buck" Weaver collection since much of the collection material revolves around her life with him and his Weaver/Waco Aircraft Company legacy.




Processing notes

When the collection was donated to the National Air and Space Museum, Hattie attempted to organize the materials, sorting items into envelopes and labeling them or clipping content notes to various materials. Many of these notes did not correspond to the contents found in the folder or envelope at the time we began processing the collection. So a decision was made to reorganize according to accessibility and not necessarily according to these notes unless it was logical to do so. In other words, Hattie's attempts at organization has been respected as much as possible, without compromising the researchers ability to access the materials. All of her notes have either been retained in their original form or photocopied for preservation purposes. These notes have been placed in folders with contents most related to those items listed on the envelopes or in unmarked folders placed before the beginning of the series which contains most of the materials listed. A researcher should be able to easily reconstruct Hattie's original associations if they wish.

Some materials were originally attached to each other by paperclips, staples and photo album sleeves or were part of a contained package, such as a letter with a newspaper articles or photographs. These materials have been filed together and groups identified with acid free markers.




Series Description

The collection has been divided into nine series. These series are described below.

Series I: GENERAL CORRESPONDENCE. This series is divided into two sub-series, personal and business correspondence. The personal correspondence materials consists primarily of letters written by George "Buck" Weaver to Hattie between 1917 to 1923. It also includes letters from family members, friends and acquaintances including Charles Meyers (Hattie's brother), Katherine Stinson, and "Matty" Emil Laird. There are also invitations, christmas cards and special occasion announcements. The business sub-series is comprised of mostly letters to publishers, but also includes letters to women's organizations, business associates, news media and other formal correspondence. Materials have been arranged chronologically.

Series II: SOARING AND GLIDING. This series contains primarily newspaper articles and photographs related directly to Ms. Junkin's soaring activities. There is also correspondence related directly to the topic of soaring, contest programs, bulletins and miscellaneous materials.

Series III: GENERAL MATERIALS OF HATTIE MEYERS JUNKIN. This series contains primarily her writings in major periodical publications, but also contains periodical articles about her children and her personal activities, club correspondence, Early Bird Dinner materials and other general materials.

Series IV: WACO COMPANY HISTORY. This series contains materials directly related to the Waco company and the activities of its founders including, early drafts of Hattie's history of the Waco Company-- The Human Investment in Waco Aircraft, Elwood "Sam" Junkin biography, materials related to the Bruckner litigation for control of the Waco Aircraft Company, photographs of early Waco aircraft, and publicity materials including a Waco $0.13 stamp.

Series V: GEORGE "BUCK" WEAVER MATERIALS. This series contains materials related directly to George "Buck" Weaver. Much of the material in this series pertains to Weaver's activities as a civilian aviation instructor, in Waco, Texas during World War I. Most of the materials found in this series were found together when processing began.

Series VI: SCRAPBOOKS. This series contains six scrapbooks dating primarily between the years 1914-1926. Much of the material pertains to George "Buck" Weaver's activities at Waco, Texas, his barnstorming activities, promotional activities for the Weaver Aircraft Company and his marriage to Hattie and their family life. Some of the more recent materials deals with Hattie's soaring activities. PLEASE NOTE: Most of the pages in these scrapbooks are loose and the materials fragile. PLEASE HANDLE WITH EXTREME CARE.

Series VII: MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS. This series contains materials that were organized by Ms. Junkin in a specific fashion or did not fit logically into any of the series listed. In most cases materials in this series are duplications, but their organization offers a researcher insight into materials she thought most important.

Series VIII: GENERAL PHOTOGRAPHS. This series contains general photographs which did not fit into any of the series above. Many of these photos are publicity shots or photos of family and friends.

Series IX: NEGATIVES. This series contains 72 negatives found in the collection. These have been separated out and rehoused as a preservation measure. Some of the negatives have prints, but most do not. These associations have been noted in the list below. They are described first by item number (i.e. #27), general topic (i.e Soaring and Gliding), subject and date if known, and if a print is available. They have been arranged by general topic groups. Please request assistance from a staff member when handling these negatives. The staff member will also be able to inform you of ordering procedures if you wish to order copies of these negatives and prints.




Related Materials

The National Air and Space Museum (NASM) Archives Division holds additional material about people related to Hattie Meyers Junkin, although at present this particular collection is all the information available about Hattie Meyers Junkin. Biographical information about Charles William Meyers and George "Buck" Weaver can be found in the biographical fiche collection at the NASM Archives/Garber Facility. Biographical material about Ralph Stanton Barnaby can be found in the Ralph Stanton Barnaby Collection (1915-1986), Accession number 1987-0048. It is also stored at the NASM Archives/Garber Facility. In the NASM Archives downtown facility, we recommend the biographical files which contains additional materials about George "Buck" Weaver and Charles William Meyers. There is also aircraft information available in the Waco Aircraft Technical Files found also in the NASM Archives downtown facility. For additional material related to aircraft, please see the Waco Aircraft Company Records, Accession number XXXX-0151. This collection contains mostly drawings of Waco aircraft and some company records. It is stored at the NASM Archives/Garber Facility.

For additional photographic materials about Charles William Meyers and Waco Aircraft, please see the NASM videodisc files located at the NASM Archives facility downtown. Images of Charles W. Weaver can be seen on NASM videodisc 2B-19072 to 2B-19078. Images of various types of Waco Aircraft can been seen on NASM videodiscs 1B, 2A, and 3B. In some cases, there are original videodisc prints available in the NASM Archives facility downtown and copy negatives at the Smithsonian Institution, Office of Printing and Photographic Services (OPPS). Please consult a staff member for more details and about ordering procedures.

Please Note: The scrapbooks should be handled with extreme care. It is strongly recommended that these materials be transferred to some type of preservation and ready access media such as microfilm, video disc or CD ROM.




General Correspondence

This series is divided into two sub-series, personal and business correspondence. The personal correspondence materials consists primarily of letters written by George "Buck" Weaver to Hattie between 1917 to 1923, but it also includes letters from family members, friends and acquaintances including Charles Meyers (Hattie's brother), Katherine Stinson, and "Matty" Emil Laird. There are also invitations, christmas cards and special occasion announcements. The business sub-series is comprised of mostly letters to publishers, but also includes letters to women's organizations, business associates, news media and other formal correspondence. Materials have been arranged chronologically.


Box  Folder 

1 From George "Buck" Weaver to Hattie
1 George Weaver to Hattie--March 19, 1917-May 28, 1917
2 George Weaver to Hattie--June, 1917-August 31, 1917
3 George Weaver to Hattie--September 3, 1917-September 30, 1917
4 George Weaver to Hattie--October 4, 1917-November 29, 1917
5 George Weaver to Hattie--December 3, 1917-February 7, 1918
6 George Weaver to Hattie--December 18, 1918-December 31, 1918
7 George Weaver to Hattie--January 1, 1919-June 23, 1919
8 George Weaver to Hattie--February 22, 1923-December 30, 1923

2 Family, Friends, and Miscellaneous
1 Hattie to George Weaver--January 19, 1918-February 20, 1919
2 George Weaver's parents to Hattie or George--May 10, 1917-October 8, 1930
3 Note from Hattie's Father-- [c.1912]
4 Mary Rakes to Hattie--November 30, 1916-May 23, 1917
5 Grace Weaver to Hattie--June 10, 1917
6 Katherine Stinson--1917-1929
7 Reverend Clarence Wilson to Hattie--August 9, 1918
8 Mae [?] to Hattie--March 8, 1919-April 16, 1919
9 Charles Meyers to George Weaver--April 14, 1919
10 Jessie and Charles Weaver--July 29, 1924
11 Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stearman--July 30, 1924
12 Matty" Emil Laird--1926-1931
13 Messages of Condolence, Elwood "Sam" Junkin's Death--1926
14 H.E. Ford to Hattie--September 25, 1929
15 William McCracken--1926-1968
16 RE: George "Buddie" Weaver--1929, 1955
17 Former students of George "Buck" Weaver--1929-1975
18 Floyd Gibbons--1930
19 Pete Goff--1930
20 Rev. Harry Emerson Fosdick--1936, 1983
21 Robert Losey--1940
22 Lt. Gen. L.H. Brereton--1946
23 P.A.F. Norup, Danish diplomat to Hattie--1946-1950
24 R.S. Damon--May 19, 1947
25 D.S. Ingalls--Apr. 28, 1948
26 Ben White--1960s
27 RE: Gerald Hughes --1978-1979
28 Helen Williamson to Hattie--1978-1983
29 Peggy Mason to Hattie--1979
30 Rev. Charles Cureton--1981
31 Christmas Cards
32 Invitations
33 Announcements
34 Miscellaneous Postcards

3 Business Correspondence
1 Correspondence with Publisher: Popular Aviation, 1928
2 Correspondence with Publisher: Air Transportation, 1929
3 Correspondence with Publisher: US Air Service, 1931
4 Correspondence with Publisher: International Cyclopedia of Aviation Biography, 1931
5 Correspondence with Publisher: The Evening Star/The Sunday Star, 1936
6 Correspondence with Publisher: Saturday Evening Post, 1939
7 Correspondence with Publisher: Vogue, 1941
8 Correspondence with Publisher: Ladies Home Journal, 1940s
9 Correspondence with Publisher: Underwood, Collinge and Associates, 1967
10 Correspondence with Publisher: Reader's Digest, 1980s
11 General: Betsy Ross Corp, 1932
12 General: John Bernard Foy, 1936
13 General: United Aircraft Corporation, 1939
14 General: National League of American Pen Women, 1930s
15 General: White House, 1930s, 1970s
16 General: Your Life, 1940s
17 General: Leslie F. Neville, 1950
18 General: Auction of Sabato Screen from Japanese Embassy, 1953
19 General: American Helicopter Society, 1960s
20 General: CBS News, 1968-1973
21 General: John R. Allison, 1978
22 General: Brown Shoe Company
23 General: Vic Powell, National Aeronautics Association, 1978-1972
24 General: Louis Casey


Soaring and Gliding

This series contains primarily newspaper articles and photographs related directly to Ms. Junkin's soaring activities. There is also correspondence related directly to the topic of soaring, contest programs and bulletins and miscellaneous materials.


Box  Folder 

3 25 Newspaper Articles, 1930
26 Newspaper Articles, 1931
27 Newspaper Articles, 1932-1936
28 Newspaper Articles, 1937-1938
29 Newspaper Articles, 1939-1941
30 Newspaper Articles, 1955--Autogyro
31 Journal Articles--1930s
32 Journal Articles about Hattie

4 1 Photographs--1929-1930
2 Photographs--1931
3 Photographs--1932-1933
4 Photographs--1939
5 Photographs--Personalities
6 Photographs--Miscellaneous
7 Miscellaneous materials found with or related to images
8 Correspondence--General
9 Correspondence--Material originally grouped together by Hattie when the collection was donated to the National Air and Space Museum
10 2nd National Soaring and Gliding Contest, Progress Report, 1931
11 Contest Bulletins and Programs
12 Robert Stanley's Essay about Gliding
13 Miscellaneous Materials


General Materials of Hattie Meyers Junkin

This series contains primarily her writings in major periodical publications, but also contains periodical articles about her children and her personal activities, club correspondence, Early Bird Dinner materials and other general materials.


Box  Folder 

4 14 Writings: "What Men Think of Women Pilots" 1929
15 Writings: "Suggested by the Washington Air Circus", US Air Service, June, 1931
16 Writings: "Let's Go to the Elmira Soaring Meet", US Air Service, August, 1931
17 Writings: "What is This Thing Called Soaring", US Air Service, November, 1931
18 Writings: "College Grit" October 18, 1933
19 Writings: "Piloting" -a poem 1930s
20 Writings: "A Mother Speaks", Newsday, 1940
21 Writings: "The Soaring 1940s: The American Way"
22 Writings: "Forty-Future of Finis?" Vogue 1940
23 Writings: Waaa-ko, no date

5 1 Newspaper Articles: George "Buddie" Weaver
2 Newspaper Articles: Janet Junkin
3 Journals: Leaves of Wesley Heights
4 Journals: National Aeronautics
5 Newspaper and Journal Articles: General
6 Memberships Application for Hattie
7 Materials about Charles Meyers
8 Early Birds Dinner Materials
9 Book: Safety in General Aviation
10 Miscellaneous


Waco Company History

This series contains materials directly related to the Waco company and the activities of its founders, including early drafts of Hattie's history of the Waco Company--The Human Investment in Waco Aircraft, Elwood "Sam" Junkin biography, materials related to the Bruckner litigation for control of the Waco Aircraft Company, photographs of early Waco aircraft, and publicity materials including a Waco $0.13 stamp.


Box  Folder 

6 1 WACO History (Drafts): "The Human History of Waco", "The Human Investment In Waco"
2 WACO History (Final Copy): The Human Investment in Waco Aircraft
3 Hattie's Diary and Related Materials
4 Elwood Junkin's Article "Aviation" and His Biography
5 Correspondence, RE: Stocks and Profits
6 Correspondence, Bruckner to Hattie
7 Distribution List, Waco 9
8 Probate and Juvenile Court
9 Waco, Bruckner Litigation
10 Waco, Bruckner Litigation
11 Waco, Bruckner Litigation
12 Waco Pilot, 1977
13 $0.13 Waco Stamp
14 In the Media
15 Periodical Articles, Bruckner's Death
16 Periodical Articles, General
17 Photographs
18 Waco, Miscellaneous
19 Junkin Safety Appliance Company


George "Buck" Weaver Materials

This series contains materials related directly to George "Buck" Weaver. Much of the material in this series pertains to Weaver's activities as a civilian aviation instructor, in Waco, Texas during World War I. Most of the materials in this series were found together when processing began.


Box  Folder 

7 1 Signal Corps Aviation School (Rich Field, Waco TX)
2 Rich Field Flyer, 1919
3 Applications and Registration Forms
4 Licenses, Membership Cards, Contest Passes, Commercial Aircraft Passes
5 Items from his wallet
6 Items from his satchel
7 General Correspondence
8 Periodical Articles
9 Photographs
10 Narrative Essay of Travels: Author Unknown
11 Books:

Ramkin Kennedy, Flying Machines: Practice and Design, New York: D. Van Norstrand and Co., 1909

F.S. Barnwell, Aeroplane Design and W.H. Sayers, A Simple Explanation of Inherent Stability, NY: Robert M. McBride and Co., 1917

Brown book cover

12 Miscellaneous Materials


Scrapbooks

This series contains six scrapbooks dating primarily between the years 1914-1926. Much of the material pertains to George "Buck" Weaver's activities at Waco, Texas, his barnstorming activities, promotional activities for the Weaver Aircraft Company and his marriage to Hattie and their family life. Some of the more recent materials deals with Hattie's soaring activities.

PLEASE NOTE: Most of the pages in these scrapbooks are loose and the materials fragile. PLEASE HANDLE WITH EXTREME CARE.


Box   

8 Black covered scrapbook, "The Ideal Scrapbook" in gold letters.
Dates: 1918-1929
Topics: Air shows. George "Buck" Weaver's Aviation Activities. Progress of Waco Aircraft Company (advertisements). Letters. Travels. Personalities (including Katherine Stinson).
Condition: HANDLE WITH EXTREME CARE. Newspaper clippings deteriorating. Edges torn. No binding.

Leather covered scrapbook with gold writing and wooden cover.
Dates: 1914-1925
Topics: Drawings. Aircraft (including Waco Cootie, Waco 9, Aero Marine), Family/Friends. Travel. Rich Field--Waco, Texas. Brochure from the Cresent Lazy H Ranch.
Condition: HANDLE WITH EXTREME CARE. Paper brittle. Photos loose. Notations on photos. Photos fading and scratched. Some have chemical damage. No binding.

9 Green covered with black writing.
Dates: 1918-1930s
Topics: Hattie's baptismal records. Aircraft. Houses. Family/Friends. Travels. George Weaver's activities. Aircraft register. Photostat documents.
Condition: HANDLE WITH EXTREME CARE. Photos frayed. Pages torn. Images faded. Most items loose.

Black cover with gold writing.
Dates: 1919-1927
Topics: Family/Friends (baby Janet Junkin). Travel. Airshows. Aviation personalities (including Charles Lindbergh). Dempsey Fight.
Condition: HANDLE WITH EXTREME CARE. Photos are loose and bent. Fading.

10 Black cover with faded gold writing.
Dates: 1917-1926
Topics: Family/Friends (baby George). Rich Field--Waco Texas (Civilian Aviation Instructor). Pets. Aircraft (Laird Twin Motor). First Home. Travels. Barnstorming locations. Business Cards.
Condition: HANDLE WITH EXTREME CARE. Unbound. Paper very brittle. Some photos taped on. Silvering. Chemical damage.

Originally bound together in a single notebook.
Dates: 1919-1967
Topics: Waco 5 Sales Promotion. Poems. Notes about the history of the Waco Aviation Company. Family/Friends. Baby Ruth Candy Company using an image of a Waco 9. Soaring and Gliding information and history. Aircraft. 24th National Soaring Contest Ribbon.
Condition: HANDLE WITH EXTREME CARE. Paper very brittle. Items encapsulated with poor quality plastic and stapled onto paper.


Miscellaneous

This series contains materials that were organized by Ms. Junkin in a specific fashion or did not fit logically into any of the series listed above. In most cases materials in this series are duplications, but their organization offers a researcher insight into materials she thought most important.


Box  Folder 

11 1 Hattie's Chronological Groupings, 1920s-1930s
2 Hattie's Chronological Groupings, 1940s
3 Hattie's Chronological Groupings, 1950s
4 Hattie's Chronological Groupings, 1960s
5 Hattie's Chronological Groupings, 1970s
6 Materials Placed in a Bank Box by Hattie, January 27, 1982
7 Miscellaneous Materials


General Photographs

This series contains general photographs which did not fit into any of the series above. Many of these photos are publicity shots or photos of family and friends.


Box  Folder 

11
8 Publicity Shots
9 Family, Home, Miscellaneous
10 Personalities


Negatives

This series contains 72 negatives found in the collection. These have been separated out and rehoused as a preservation measure. Some of the negatives have prints, but most do not. These associations have been noted in the list below. They are described first by item number (i.e. #27), general topic (i.e Soaring and Gliding), subject and date if known, and if a print is available. They have been arranged by general topic groups. Please request assistance from a staff member when handling these negatives. The staff member will also be able to inform you of ordering procedures if you wish to order copies of these negatives and prints.


Box  Item # 

12 #1 Soaring and Gliding
Franklin's Special Job, Elmira Airport, NY 1931
#2 Soaring and Gliding
Eddie Stinson, Detroit Show, 1931
#3 Soaring and Gliding
Howard Burr and Warren Gammon. No location. 1932?
#4 Soaring and Gliding
Janet Junkin, age 12 (Daughter of Hattie and Elwood Junkin) with unidentified person. Elmira, NY 1939
#5 Soaring and Gliding
Aircraft with spectators. No location. No date.
#6 Soaring and Gliding
Unidentified people with baby sitting on a car bumper. No location. No Date.
#7 Soaring and Gliding
Unidentified man in jump suit. No location. No date.
#8 Soaring and Gliding
Chateauguy Lake, NY c1934
#9 Soaring and Gliding
Janet Junkin, Harris Hill, NY--shock cord launching. 1930/31
#10 Soaring and Gliding
Glider on trailer. Elmira, NY 1931
#11 Soaring and Gliding
Prepping glider. Elmira, NY 1931
#12 Soaring and Gliding
Glider on a car trailer. No location. No date.
#13 Soaring and Gliding
Glider with race number "4" on ground. No location. No date.
#14 Soaring and Gliding
Janet Junkin. 24th Soaring Anniversary. No location. No date.
#15 Soaring and Gliding
Hattie in Glider. No location. No Date.
#16 Soaring and Gliding
Hattie and Ralph Barnaby. Elmira, NY 1931
#17 Soaring and Gliding
Warren Eaton, Harris Hill, NY 1939
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#18 Soaring and Gliding
Warren Eaton with Janet Junkin, Harris Hill, NY 1939
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#19 Soaring and Gliding
Janet Junkin with unidentified men. No Location. No Date.
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#20 Soaring and Gliding
Glider in tow. Harris Hill, NY [c.1939]
#21 Soaring and Gliding
Gus Haller with glider. "Schloss-Mainberg" on forward fuselage. "Haller-Hirth Sailplane Corp./Pittsburgh, PA" on mid fuselage. Elmira, NY 1931
#22 Soaring and Gliding
Glider in flight. No location. [c. 1931]
#23 Soaring and Gliding
Gus Haller with glider. No location. [1931]
#24 Soaring and Gliding
Gus Haller with glider. "Schloss-Mainberg" on forward fuselage. "Haller-Hirth Sailplane Corp./Pittsburgh, PA" on mid fuselage. Elmira, NY 1931
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#25 Soaring and Gliding
Hattie with Dot Holderman leaning against glider. Elmira, NY 1931.
#26 Soaring and Gliding
Jack O'Meara and Milton D. Ginton. No location. No Date.
#27 Soaring and Gliding
Bob Stanley. No location. 1982]
#28 Soaring and Gliding
Aircraft taking off. [Elmira, NY 1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#29 Soaring and Gliding
"The Night-Watchmen"--two kids who walked 200 miles to the meet. Elmira, NY 1931 [print enlargement of cropping of negative]
#30 Soaring and Gliding
Personalities--three unidentified people [Elmira, NY 1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#31 Soaring and Gliding
Personalities--two unidentified men [Elmira, NY 1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#32 Soaring and Gliding
Personalities--two unidentified people [Elmira, NY 1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#33 Soaring and Gliding
Personalities--two unidentified men [Elmira, NY 1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#34 Soaring and Gliding
Personalities--unidentified man [Elmira, NY 1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#35 Soaring and Gliding
Personalities--two unidentified people [Elmira, NY 1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#36 Soaring and Gliding
Glider in flight. No location. [c.1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#37 Soaring and Gliding
Unspecified gathering (possibly for a picnic). No location. [c.1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#38 Soaring and Gliding
Unidentified man with fish. No location. [c.1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#39 Soaring and Gliding
Waco QCF with pontoons. No location. [c.1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#40 Soaring and Gliding
Buhl Flying Pup LA-1. No location. [c.1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#41 Soaring and Gliding
Laird LC-R. No location. [c.1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#42 Soaring and Gliding
Waco 10 (second in line) rest unidentified. No location. [c.1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#43 Soaring and Gliding
Lockheed Vega. No location. [c.1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#44 Soaring and Gliding
Waco 9. No location. [c.1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#45 Soaring and Gliding
Heath Parsol (first in line), Aeronca C-3 (second in line), rest unidentified No location. [c.1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#46 Soaring and Gliding
Unidentified aircraft. No location. [c.1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#47 Soaring and Gliding
Glider in flight. No location. [c.1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#48 Soaring and Gliding
Glider in flight (blurry image). No location. [c.1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#49 Soaring and Gliding
Glider on ground, distant. No location. [c.1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#50 Soaring and Gliding
Glider on ground. "Baker M. Millen Co./Akron, OH/Cadet II" on fuselage. No location. [c.1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#51 Soaring and Gliding
Glider on ground with Gus Haller? sitting on nose. "Schloss-Mainberg" on nose of aircraft. No location. [c.1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#52 Soaring and Gliding
Personalities--unidentified spectators. No location. [c.1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#53 Soaring and Gliding
Personalities--unidentified spectators. No location. [c.1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#54 Soaring and Gliding
Personalities--two unidentified people. No location. [c.1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#55 Soaring and Gliding
Personalities--two unidentified people. No location. [c.1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#56 Soaring and Gliding
Personalities--two unidentified people. No location. [c.1931]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#57 Soaring and Gliding
Unidentified man working on glider outside of a hangar labeled "Glider Hangar". No location. No Date.
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#58 Soaring and Gliding
Personalities--two unidentified people. No location. No Date.
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#59 Soaring and Gliding
Personalities--two unidentified people. No location. [c.1929]
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#60 General Photographs
Earl Southee. No location. 1932
#61 General Photographs
View of 16 Sherman Ave., Glen Ridge, NJ with Hattie and Janet standing out front, 1941
#62 Waco Histories and Related Materials
Janet Junkin with John C. Junkin (grandfather) of the Junkin Safety Appliance Company, sitting on the back lawn of the Wesley Heights, Washington DC home.
#63 George "Buck" Weaver
George Weaver teasing about a cactus. Label on negative reads:"Stuck Right, Tex." Waco, TX 1918
#64 George "Buck" Weaver
Man lounging against a wall. Possibly Buck Weaver. No location. No Date.
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#65 George "Buck" Weaver
Family gathering. No location. No Date.
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#66 George "Buck" Weaver
Friends/Family Gathering. "22" written on negative. No location. No Date.
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#67 George "Buck" Weaver
Unidentified man (possibly Buck Weaver) on top of a mock airplane. Caption: "I'll Get Her 10/13" No location. No Date.
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#68 George "Buck" Weaver
Three men gathered around a toddler. Buck and possibly "Buddie" Weaver, Jr. (the baby) are in the photo. No location. No date.
NO PRINT AVAILABLE
#69 Scrapbook
Caption: First Three Big WACOS
#70 Scrapbook
Curlian Flying Instructors, Rich Field, Waco, Texas
"Buck" Weaver
#71 Scrapbook
Waco Jennie Median, OH
#72 Scrapbook
Waco 5