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Actress Gloria Swanson & TWA Constellation

Hollywood actress Gloria Swanson waves back to the gate at the Los Angeles Airport as she is about to board the TWA Constellation "Star of Rome" sometime in the early 1950's.  Note the TWA Captain peering out of his cockpit window to get a closer look at his famous passenger. 


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Paper
  Price $10.00 

TWA & Air Express At Kansas City Airport
A TWA promotional photograph for the new freight service offered by Air Express.  A new division of REA (Rail) Express, it was being introduced to businesses in the Kansas City Metro area in the 1940's.

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Paper
  Price $10.00 

TWA Connie Cabin Passenger Comfort
TWA hostesses show the extra attention they give to their new Constellation passengers. This was a publicity photograph used in advertising for the airline's flights from Los Angeles to St. Louis in the early 1950's
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Paper
  Price $10.00 

TWA DC-9-82

Photo of TWA DC-9 N902TW delivered to TWA on April 27, 1983 after a previous DC-9 aircraft crashed following an in flight collision with a Beech Baron.  All four crew members and 21 passengers on the DC9 were killed.  The sole occupant of the Baron was also killed.


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Paper
  Price $10.00 

TWA Fleetster Consolidated Aircraft Model 20-A

The TWA Fleetster 20-A, a model of aircraft manufactured by Consolidated Aircraft Company of San Diego. This plane was called the Parasol for its wing design which had an open cockpit aft of the wingspan.  It carried both mail and passengers. The parasol wing layout afforded better and more conventional wing positioning.   Although this was appreciated by the pilots who flew them, its passengers were somewhat apprehensive about sitting in their six passenger cabin suspended by only four struts! Only seven were produced and all were operated by TWA.


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Paper
  Price $10.00 

TWA Stewardess by "L049 Connie" 1948

A wonderful TWA publicity photograph of a stewardess carrying movie cans from the Lockheed 049 Connie Aircraft "Star of India".  This reprint was taken in 1948 to publicize the overnight delivery of the latest movies from Hollywood to the airline's home base in St. Louis.


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Paper
  Price $10.00 

TWA Wings of Pride

Vivid color photograph of the tail of a TWA Douglas DC-9 parked on the tarmack at Saint Louis Lambert Field in the 1980's.  The white plane in the background was originally Ozark Airlines DC-9-42 repainted in the distinctive TWA red and white markings.


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Paper
  Price $10.00