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David W. Ecoff, Sr. Collection: Aviation, World War II Combat Mapping Aircraft

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Identifier: P0062

Title: David W. Ecoff, Sr. Collection: Aviation, World War II Combat Mapping Aircraft

Description: The David W. Ecoff, Sr. Collection contains four photographs of airplanes used for combat mapping missions during World War II. One photo shows the crew of the "St. Louis Woman." This plane was an F7A photoreconnaissance version of the B-24 "Liberator" bomber. The other three photos are of drawings of the airplane "St. Louis Blues." In addition, photocopies of four documents record a 1944 press release, a 1944 final mission report, an undated map of flight routes over Japan, and an undated information sheet about the staff members involved in the 20th Combat Mapping Squadron. Subjects include: combat mapping training airplane "St. Louis Woman"; William Davis; Harry Erickson; Sgt. Tardiff; James Welch; Thomas Duffy; Sgt. Houtz; Mannie Rissenber; Fenton Garner; David Ecoff; F-7A combat mapping airplane "St. Louis Blues"; WW II.

Rights: UND

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Dates: ca 1944

Type(s): Collection

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