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AL-73C Luqueer Album Image _00422 NX962Y
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San Diego Air and Space Museum Library and Archives
California’s Aviation History
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From the Frank S. "Luke" Luqueer Photo Collection The Frank S. "Luke" Luqueer Photograph Collection is composed of 4 large albums covering from the 1920s to the 1950s. The albums contain historic photos and correspondences from many important historical figures such as Jack Frye, Pat Amelia Earhart, Wiley Post, Howard Hughes, Hap Arnold, Jimmy Doolittle, Art Goebel, Charles Lindbergh, Douglas McArthur, and Ruth Elder to name a few. Many of the images have been autographed. Frank Luqueer is a notable aviation photographer. He bought his first camera in 1903 and devoted much of his life to taking photos of historic personalities and events in aviation history. Repository: San Diego Air and Space Museum Archive
Luke Luqueer
Golden Age
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Loughead Brothers Aircraft
Loughead Brothers
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Lockheed Brothers Aircraft
Lockheed Brothers
Olympic Duo-Four
Olympic Duo-4
Menasco Motors Company
Menasco Motors
Menasco C4 Pirate
Menasco C4
Menasco Pirate
C4 Pirate
Crash Landing
Plane Crash
Nose Over

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