Playing Cards: Hamburg International

Hamburg International playing cards

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Playing Cards courtesy of Fred Chan

Hamburg International playing card.

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Postcard: Capitol International Airlines DC-8

06 Capitol International Airlines DC-8, MGGoldman Coll'n

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Postcards by Marvin G. Goldman

Capitol International Airlines Douglas DC-8. AI. Capitol International operated from 1946 to 1984. (It was known as Capitol Airways, 1946-1967, and as Capitol Air, 1982-84). The airline had a major trans-Atlantic charter operation.

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Postcard: Purdue Airlines Douglas DC-9-31

09 Purdue Airlines DC9-30 Over Purdue University.  AI, about 196

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Postcards by Marvin G. Goldman

Purdue Airlines Douglas DC-9-31 Over Purdue University. AI, about 1968. Purdue Airlines (formerly ‘Purdue Aeronautics Corporation’) was formed in 1950 as an affiliate of Purdue University, Lafayette, Indiana. It operated as a fixed-based operator, mainly to serve the needs of the University, until 1971.

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Postcard: Southern Air Transport Douglas DC-7CF

11 Southern Air Transport DC-7CF.  AI.  Pub'r Kurt Waldmann, Mia

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Postcards by Marvin G. Goldman

Southern Air Transport DC-7CF. AI. Pub’r Kurt Waldmann, Miami, Dexter Press 23560-C. Southern Air Transport existed from 1946 to 1998, with its main base in Miami. It specialized in transporting livestock. It also was a major U.S. military contractor, with a base in Okinawa, and had contracts with the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency.

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Postcard: Trans International Airlines Douglas DC-8

13 Trans Interantional Airlines DC-8, AI, Pub'r Lorilee, Saratog

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Postcards by Marvin G. Goldman

Trans International Airlines ‘(TIA’) DC-8. AI, Pub’r Lorilee, Saratoga, California, no. SC10226, 1967. TIA was formed in 1948 as ‘Los Angeles Air Service’ which changed its name to ‘Trans International’ in 1960. In June 1962, upon receiving a DC-8-51, it became the first supplemental carrier to operate jet aircraft. Following passage of the U.S. 1978 Airline Deregulation Act, Its name was changed to ‘Transamerica Airlines’ in 1979, and it added scheduled passenger flights. The airline continued in existence until 1986.

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Postcard: Lignes Aériennes Farman F.60 ‘Goliath

01 Lignes Aeriennes Farman, Farman Goliath, First Scheduled Serv

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by Marvin G. Goldman

Lignes Aériennes Farman, Farman F.60 ‘Goliath’, noting first public service between Paris and Brussels (1919). Black & White (‘B&W’). Pub’r D’Homont, Paris. Farman (later named S.G.T.A) became part of Air France in 1933.

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