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Photograph was edited for publication purposes; Photograph may have also been used for article dated July 11, 1956. Photograph dated July 11, 1956 used for caption dated February 6, 1958 article partially reads, "Lockheed's chief production fighter pilot was killed today in an ejection attempt from his crippled F-104A lightning-fast Starfighter which broke in half shortly after take-off from the Palmdale Airport and plunged to earth 75 yards from a Quartz Hill home. Henry C. Bosserman...managed to clear his ultra-sonic fighter before the plane crashed near the intersection of Avenue M-8 and 27th street West, four miles from the take-off point."
1 photographic print :b&w ;26 x 21 cm. Photographic prints