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Photograph of Howard Hughes and his crew in Floyd Bennett Field, New York, July 10, 1938

Digital ID
whh000688
Title
Photograph of Howard Hughes and his crew in Floyd Bennett Field, New York, July 10, 1938
Description
The black and white view of Howard Hughes and his crew at Floyd Bennett Field in New York. Typed onto a piece of paper attached to the image: "Before Hughes hopped off for Paris. Left to right: Edward Lund, Flight Engineer, Howard Hughes, Grover Whalen, Harry Connor, Navigator and Dick Stoddard Radio Engineer. At Floyd Bennett Airport 7/10/38."
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Source
Image ID: 0307 [folder 6] 408
Original Collection
Date
1938-07-10
Graphic Elements (TGM)
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Genre (TGM)
Rights
This material may be protected by copyright. Personal, including educational and academic, use of this material is without restriction but acknowledgement of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, University Libraries is requested whether the use is oral, web or in print. Commercial use of any portion of this material requires permission from the University Libraries. For further information please contact Digital Collections: http://digital.library.unlv.edu/contact
Digital Publisher
University of Nevada, Las Vegas University Libraries
Digital Collection
Conversion Specifications
Original material scanned on Epson Expression 10000XL using EPSON Scan Ver. 3.49A software
Master File Creation Date
2013-09-13
Master File Extent
6177 x 5036 pixels; 10.30 x 8.39 inches; 93,322,996 bytes
Master File Format
image/tiff
Master File Operating System
Windows 7 Enterprise, Version 6.1
Master File Quality
24 bit color; 600 ppi
Master File Creation Software
EPSON Scan Ver. 3.49A software
 

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