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Women performing maintenance on a PT-13 Stearman trainer, Hancock College of Aeronautics
Allan Hancock College
Date Created and/or Issued
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Black Gold Cooperative Library System
Hancock Collection
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� 2003 Allan Hancock College, All Rights Reserved
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Negative created at Hancock College of Aeronautics, Santa Maria, California is an image of women performing maintenance on a PT-13 Stearman training aircraft. Hancock College of Aeronautics employed women in a number of roles, including mechanics.
1 negative : black and white ; 3 3/4 x 4 3/4 in.
Flight Schools--California--Santa Maria Valley (Santa Barbara County)
Hancock Field (Santa Barbara County, Calif.)
Santa Maria (Calif.)
Hancock College of Aeronautics
Air University (U.S.). Air War College
Cadet Ground School Training Program
United States. Army Air Forces. Flying Training Command

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