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American Airlines Douglas DC-2 "Good Ship Lollipop"
This American Airlines DC-2 was the aircraft sung about by Shirley Temple  On The Good Ship Lollipop in the 1934 movie Bright Eyes. American Airlines introduced the DC-2 to its fleet that year. The aircraft held 14 passengers and was powered by 2 Pratt & Whitney Hornet radial engines.
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  Price $10.00 

American Airlines Douglas DC-7 Climbing

American Airlines introduced the Douglas DC-7 in November of 1953 and it was the first aircraft to provide transcontinental non-stop service in both directions from New York to Los Angeles. The aircraft cruised at 580 mph. This particular DC-7 N303AA C/N 44124 was delivered to American Airlines, Inc. on February 4, 1954.


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Paper
  Price $10.00 

American Airlines Electra "Crashed"

Photograph of American Airlines Lockheed 188A "Electra" passenger aircraft taken in 1958.  This aircraft N610A, S/N 1015 crashed the next year at LaGuardia Airport in NYC on February 3, 1959.  The Electra was plagued with problems and a high percentage of the passenger aircraft had fatal accidents before Lockheed was forced to stop production.


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  Price $10.00 

American Airlines Hollywood Movie Shoot

An American Airlines airliner is being used as the backdrop for a Hollywood Movie shoot. Actors & actresses as well as technicians crowd the outdoor set at the Phoenix Airport sometime in the mid-forties.


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Paper
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Lockheed "Connie" at NY LaGuardia 1946

American Overseas Airways Lockheed 049 "Constellation" entered service in 1946 on AOA's transatlantic routes.  AOA went to Pan American in 1950 when its North Atlantic routes were sold.


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Paper
  Price $10.00