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Francis Airways opens service, May 1944

Francis Airways opens service, May 1944 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 25, 1944
Caption
Gerald C. Francis, head of the Francis Airways, which started an air taxi service linking eleven Southern Michigan cities today, is shown leaving the Stinson plane which landed at the Ann Arbor airport at 11:20 today.

Civil Aeronautics Administration and Ann Arbor Public School Officials Meet at Carpenter School, May 1953

Civil Aeronautics Administration and Ann Arbor Public School Officials Meet at Carpenter School, May 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 12, 1953
Caption
Teachers, representatives from the county superintendent's office and the Civil Aeronautics Administration met yesterday at the Carpenter School, near Washtenaw and Carpenter Rds. to discuss courses in aviation which will be taught at that school next fall. Shown addressing the teachers (left to right, with back to camera) are Dr. Forest G. Averill, assistant superintendent of schools at Lansing, Horace S. Gilbert of the CAA, Fred Waite of the Michigan Department of Aeronautics and Dr. Lewis Beeson of the Michigan Historical Commission. Sponsors for the meeting were Julius Haab, county superintendent of schools and his assistant, Howard Thayer.

Jim Mynning, Pilot, With His 1929 Stinson - November 1986

Jim Mynning, Pilot, With His 1929 Stinson - November 1986 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 6, 1986
Caption
Pilot Jim Mynning worked almost three years to restore aircraft to flying condition

1929 Stinson Instrument Panel - November 1986

1929 Stinson Instrument Panel - November 1986 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 6, 1986
Caption
How pilot sees dual controls of 1929 Stinson

Jim Mynning, Pilot, With His 1929 Stinson - September 1990

Jim Mynning, Pilot, With His 1929 Stinson - September 1990 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 9, 1990
Caption
Retired United Airlines pilot Jim Mynning hopes to use his 1929 Stinson to raise money for charity.