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Photo: United States Air Force, Northrop F-15 Black Widow, 42-39572
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REG: 42-39572
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PHOTOGRAPHER
Bernard Schulte Collection    
(Seniority Date: May 1 2007)
REMARK
scanned from an original slide taken by the photographer, but no airport details were written on the slide mount.
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Photo: United States Air Force, Northrop F-15 Black Widow, 42-39572
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USA   Sept 9, 1945
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Photographer
42-39572 scanned from an original slide taken by the photographer, but no airport details were written on the slide mount.
 
 
 
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Photo: Untitled, Northrop F-15 Black Widow, N30020
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ID NUMBERS
REG: N30020
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Reginald Rowe Collection    
(Seniority Date: )
REMARK
photographer did not provide location on slide mount. Buyer of this slide provided this info: Aircraft Sales Ltd. sales brochure for P-61B NL30020 was dated 7-25-52.
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Photo: Untitled, Northrop F-15 Black Widow, N30020
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Photographer
N30020 photographer did not provide location on slide mount. Buyer of this slide provided this info: Aircraft Sales Ltd. sales brochure for P-61B NL30020 was dated 7-25-52.
 
 
 
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Photo: Aero Enterprises Inc., Northrop F-15 Black Widow, N9768Z
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REG: N9768Z
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PHOTOGRAPHER
Bernard Schulte Collection    
(Seniority Date: May 1 2007)
REMARK
Scanned from a 35mm slide on behalf of the photographer, who unfortunately did not write the airport location on the slide mount. Michael Hodgkinson did provide some information on this...
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Photo: Aero Enterprises Inc., Northrop F-15 Black Widow, N9768Z
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Photographer
N9768Z Scanned from a 35mm slide on behalf of the photographer, who unfortunately did not write the airport location on the slide mount. Michael Hodgkinson did provide some information on this...