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Cardboard aviation picture puzzle printed with an image of a dirigible and aircraft aloft over a rural area. Same image that is printed on the lid of the puzzle box. Image created by J. Lang. One of a set of three puzzles. Puzzle box is A20141014000. Puzzles are A20141015000 through A20141017000. 'Series No. 804. Made Only By Madmar Quality Co., Utica, N.Y. © 1930.'
This object is not on display at the National Air and Space Museum. It is either on loan or in storage.