Also known as: Braniff Airways, Inc.; Braniff International Airways, the airline operated from 1928 to 1982.
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Contents of the Collection The Robert Dempster Airline ephemera is a small collection comprised of assorted airline schedules/timetables and safety cards ranging from the 1950s through the 1980s. The collection also contains a poster for a parade for Astronaut Dick Gordon through Seattle, Washington in 1966.
Collection — Folder: 1
Contents of the Collection The James Sterling Braniff Interior Photograph Collection is a small collection comprised of seven (7) color photographs depicting Braniff bulkhead panels for a Boeing 747, circa 1970s. All of the photographs are 8x10" and include a handwritten identification number on the reverse. The photographer is unknown. The collection also includes the envelope the photographs were housed in and includes some handwritten notes on the back: "Braniff 747 Decorative Wall Panel - ASSY 65B65755-12...
Contents of the Collection The Gary Teeter Braniff Airways Collection is a small collection that primarily contains textual materials collected and used by Second Officer (Flight Engineer) Gary Teeter during his 1979-1980 employment with Braniff Airways. The bulk of the collection is employee records, including crew logs, an employee handbook, crew time and pay sheets and insurance booklets. There are also instrumentation training diagrams that depict "overhead panel," "pilots' instrument panel - left, right, center,"...
Abstract Lindell Ray Vinson (1938-2005) was a United States Naval aviator and a commercial airline pilot. Dianne (Shannon) Vinson (1940-2006) worked for Braniff Airways, likely as a flight attendant. The collection primarily contains textual materials, six (6) photographs, and one (1) videocassette related to the specific airlines that the Vinsons worked for over their careers, including US Airways, Piedmont Airlines, and Braniff Airways. The bulk of the material is from 1984-1998, though...
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