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E-1 (8-29-17)

Description: Photograph of MFD E-1, a Sutphen pumper.
Date: August 29, 2017
Partner: Oklahoma State Firefighters Museum

E-1 (11-29-18)

Description: Photograph of Ft. Towson FD Engine 1.
Date: November 29, 2018
Partner: Oklahoma State Firefighters Museum

E-2 {8-29-17}

Description: Photograph of MFD E-2, a Pierce Velocity pumper.
Date: August 29, 2017
Partner: Oklahoma State Firefighters Museum

E-2 (11-29-18)

Description: Photograph of Ft. Towson FD Engine 2.
Date: November 29, 2018
Partner: Oklahoma State Firefighters Museum

E-3 Boardman (8-29-17)

Description: Photograph of MFD E-3, a Ford-Boardman pumper.
Date: August 29, 2017
Partner: Oklahoma State Firefighters Museum

E-4 (8-29-17)

Description: Photograph of MFD E-4, a Sutphen pumper.
Date: August 29, 2017
Partner: Oklahoma State Firefighters Museum

300 Bean Pods

Description: Caption says, "A-302 Soy Beans. Showing production of seed. 300 bean pods, two beans per pod. Seed beans averaged 9/16 inch in length. Good variety for production of soy bean seed but of very little value for green manure or hay. Refer to photographs Nos. A-309 and A-294."
Date: August 29, 1941
Creator: Breitenstein, Frank C.
Partner: Museum of the Western Prairie

E-405 (6-29-18)

Description: Photograph of Hooker FD Engine 405.
Date: June 29, 2018
Partner: Oklahoma State Firefighters Museum

E-407 (6-29-18)

Description: Photograph of Hooker FD Engine 407.
Date: June 29, 2018
Partner: Oklahoma State Firefighters Museum

[2012.201.B0051.0127]

Description: A homemade light airplane is nose deep in a full creek. Trees and bushes line the creek. Most prominent feature is the wings and tail of the crashed airplane. Caption: "An Oklahoma City pilot gave a television camera crew filming a feature on flying more than they bargained for Friday when his home-made plane stalled and crashed into a creek near Expressway Airport."
Date: August 29, 1975
Creator: Albright, Bob
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[2012.201.B0051.0128]

Description: Wreckage of Tom Thomas' homemade plane in a small river. Trees and shrubs fill the background. Photograph taken for a newspaper owned by the Oklahoma Publishing Company. Caption: "Tom Thomas' home made plane."
Date: August 29, 1975
Creator: Albright, Bob
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[2012.201.B0051.0171]

Description: Nighttime photo of mangled parts of a plane crash. Photograph taken for a newspaper owned by the Oklahoma Publishing Company. Caption: "Twisted metal is all that's left of crashed Navy jet." By Jim Roger -- "A $3 million military jet plane with two Navy pilots aboard crashed in a pasture two miles west of Tinker Air Force Base in southeast Oklahoma City Friday night, a few seconds after the fliers parachuted to safety. The craft did not burn. The Navy F-4's pilot and co-pilot both escaped injury. Their cross-country training flight from Oceana Naval Air Station, near Virgina Beach, Va., ended less that 10 miles shy of a 1,200-mile non-stop trip. The pilot was identified as Lt. Cmdr. Michael J. Ettel, 33, of Oceana Air Station. Neither Officer was injured, but both were given emergency check-ups at Tinker Air Force Base Hospital. The twin-engine craft was believed to have run out of fuel. Authorities said the men radioed the Tinker control tower that they were abandoning the aircraft."
Date: November 29, 1968
Creator: Hill, Ron
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[2012.201.B0051.0191]

Description: A crowd gathers where a jet landed in fence near a road. Crash Crew and law enforcement are on site. Photograph taken for a newspaper owned by the Oklahoma Publishing Company. Caption: "Jet Lands In Fence; Pilot Safe A Tulsa air national guard flier crashed his F-80 Shooting Star through the 6-foot fence bordering Tinker Air Force base Wednesday morning, but he suffered only minor injuries. Capt. J. H. Rodolf, member of the 125th fighter-interceptor squadron based at Tulsa municipal airport, was pulled from the cockpit and rushed to the Tinker hospital. He suffered only lacerations and bruises on his chest and neck, was kept at the hospital for further observation. The air guardsman was unconscious when the rescue squad arrived at the scene, but recovered by the time he was transferred to the ambulance. He said he could see his plane was "undershooting" the runway as he approached the base from the west. He pushed the throttle forward, he said, but the plane failed to respond. The fighter craft first hit the ground about 200 feet west of the base, lost a wing tank and bounced up. It came down again, lost the other wing tank, skidded across Air Depot road and plowed through a 6-foot steel fence. Dragging 12 posts of the fence from its nose, the plane kept sliding along the ground until it came to rest near a patrol road at the edge of the runway the flier was trying to make. Although fuel spilled on the ground, there was no fire. The accident occurred about 8 a.m."
Date: June 29, 1955
Creator: Tinker Air Force Base (Okla.)
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[2012.201.B0051.0199]

Description: Crowd of people at a crash site. Photograph taken for a newspaper owned by the Oklahoma Publishing Company.
Date: December 29, 1931
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[2012.201.B0051.0200]

Description: Officials going through a plane wreckage to find clues why it crashed as men look on. Photograph taken for a newspaper owned by the Oklahoma Publishing Company.
Date: December 29, 1931
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[2012.201.B0051.0201]

Description: Crowd of people standing around a crashed plane . Photograph taken for a newspaper owned by the Oklahoma Publishing Company.
Date: December 29, 1931
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[2012.201.B0051.0255]

Description: Six men stand around a single engine propeller driven aircraft that is setting with its propeller in the dirt. There are hangars in the background. Photograph taken for a story in the Daily Oklahoman newspaper. Caption: "Forced Down Investigators and onlookers examine a small plane that was forced to land short of Tulsa International Airport Wednesday morning."
Date: December 29, 1982
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[2012.201.B0051.0267]

Description: Several people working to pull an aircraft from Fort Gibson Reservoir at a boat ramp. Photograph taken for a story in the Daily Oklahoman newspaper. Caption: "Who Was That Man? Onlookers hoist the wreckage of a stunt plane onto a loading ramp at the Fort Gibson Reservoir after its pilot Lonnie Garner, was critically injured when the plane crashed into the reservoir Monday."
Date: July 29, 1980
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[2012.201.B0051.0307]

Description: A C-5 Aircraft of the Military Airlift Command laying in sections in a field. Photograph taken for a newspaper owned by the Oklahoma Publishing Company. Caption: "RIPPED OPENED by a crash landing, this Air Force C5, the world's largest aircraft, was torn into three main sections but all nine crew members walked away from the crash."
Date: September 29, 1974
Creator: Swoboda, Dick
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[2012.201.B0051.0313]

Description: The rear section of a large Military Air Command aircraft laying in a field. Photograph taken for a newspaper owned by the Oklahoma Publishing Company. Caption: "Fuselage of Military Air Command jumbo cargo jet sits in field south of Clinton. Nine Air Force crew members escaped injury."
Date: September 29, 1974
Creator: Swoboda, Dick
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[2012.201.B0051.0314]

Description: Large sections of an aircraft laying in a field. Photograph taken for a newspaper owned by the Oklahoma Publishing Company. Caption: "Wreckage of an Air Force C5 jumbo cargo jet is strewn over a field south of Clinton's Municipal Airport."
Date: September 29, 1974
Creator: Swoboda, Dick
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[2012.201.B0051.0318]

Description: A man examining the mangled cabin of a small plane that crashed in a wooded location. Photograph taken for a newspaper owned by the Oklahoma Publishing Company. Caption: "Federal Aviation Administration investigator B. E. Miley examines the wreckage of the plane in which Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Knox lost their lives."
Date: October 29, 1973
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[2012.201.B0051.0857]

Description: Photograph is the crumpled remains of a small aircraft in a field. Caption: "This is the wreckage of the small plane in which a Texas contractor, Milo J. Choates, 45, died. His two sons Milo jr., 14, and Pete, 12 were listed as critically injured."
Date: August 29, 1952
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

[2012.201.B0053.0609]

Description: Photograph is of a wrecked dump truck on the banks of a culvert that is full of rubble rocks. Caption: "Truck Troubles evidenced by this battered dump truck, occurred at the Acme Brick Co., 2500 NW 10, Monday afternoon."
Date: October 29, 1962
Creator: Traverse, Austin
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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