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Most (if not all) of these photographs he took himself. They are printed on very high quality paper (most are printed on Kodak paper) and are at least 30 years old.

I do not know the exact date of these photographs, but they are very high quality and were printed for Air Force use.

Here is what he said regarding the photo "I purchased this photograph collection from an Air Force photographer and archivist who is in his upper 80s.

He was a long time photographer for the air force from the 30s to 60s, he also photographed for the United States Muesum of the Air Force and was a photographer for Life Magazine.

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