West Coast Air Transport
West Coast Air Transport, a subsidiary of Western Airlines, operated out of Oregon, circa 1928-1930. It ran flights between Portland, San Franciso, and Seattle.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder: 1
Contents of the Collection The collection is comprised of two (2) color decals of United States west coast-based airlines, circa 1920s - 1930s. Decals include: a red, white, black, yellow and blue oval-shaped 5x3.5" decal by West Coast Air Transport Company that features the names and travel times of four cities at the top, a tri-motored super air pullman at center, and fields for passenger contact information; a red and white wing-shaped 4.75x2.125" decal by Pickwick Latino Americana. with text, "Servicios Aereos."
Abstract Jules Verne (J. V.) Hyde (1889-1953) and Harley Hyde (1892-1919) were brothers who served in World War I as flight instructors. The collection contains documents, clippings, and photographs relating to J. V. Hyde's military service during World War I, his post-war work as the first manager of Boeing Field, and later work at Boeing as an inspector. The collection also includes documents, clippings, and photographs about his brother Harley's World War I service and death due to an airplane...
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