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10/11/2011 @ 00:45 [ref: 25130]
| Matt Finnegan|
I started a 501c-approved Air Museum here in Fresno Ca. I have never done anything like this so I am wondering if any of you out there could help me. I am trying to find out what is the best way to get donations. Also I am trying to put together a Board of Directors. So if any of you are interested in that I am looking for people with experience in museums and fundraising. If you are interested please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and if any of you know someone or would like to make a donation, please e-mail me as well.
04/17/2006 @ 07:44 [ref: 4974]
| Sandra King|
I am looking for information about pilots who flew Sopwith Camel Aircraft during WW I
My father is supposed to have flown in one during the attack on the Red Baron.
Is there anyone out there that might know where I can find such information?
I appreciate any help I can get.
02/02/2006 @ 15:33 [ref: 4763]
| Kathy Morgan|
Palm Harbor, Florida
You may be interested in some of the items from my father's collection. My father was a Braniff International captain for 33 years and a contributing editor to Flying Magazine for 20 years. He recently passed away and I am disposing of his vast aviation collection, at his request.
I would be happy to provide you with further details and pictures from this unique collection.
Please note the complete set of Jane\'s All the World\'s Aircraft, with many editions autographed by the editor. The 1909 edition includes a handwritten letter from Fred Jane.
You may email for lists of books (many autographed editions,) memorabilia and original artwork.
07/06/2005 @ 13:33 [ref: 4210]
| Colin Dodds|
Recently visited with a group from the British Aviation Enthusiasts Society from the UK[BAES .. see our website]. We were able to get permission to enter the base to photograph the display aircraft which were in excellent condition.
05/31/2004 @ 07:37 [ref: 3181]
| R Moss|
Can anyone tell me who the last pilot was to fly the P51 and when, now on display at the Fresno ANG?
03/08/2003 @ 09:15 [ref: 2801]
| Denny Scales|
If you have a gift shop at your museum, I have several old photos of aircraft, available at wholesale prices, for aviation museum operators. My website is at www.theoldphotocompany.com.
Click on the Aviation category. All Prices on the website are retail: take 50% off, for 25 to 100 pieces, 100 or more pieces, take an additional 20% off
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01/21/2003 @ 16:27 [ref: 2770]
| John Bennz|
I was visiting over the newyears and stopped by.Vary nice display.Upkeep on the aircraft seem to be seems to be on a regular time frame. I only wish it was open to walk in and take a closer look.
01/09/2001 @ 21:07 [ref: 731]
| Bob Little|
I have lived here in Fresno for over 50 years. Up to just the last five or so years those aircraft looked liked real bad. But now those guy have a world class display. I have driven by the base and are blinded by the reflection of the sun off the 2 saber jets.The base also has the best looking f-4 I have ever seen.It is about time we have a place to go and see great looking airplanes.
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