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October 10, 2009
DH-4 in the National Postal Museum
A friend of mine told me to drop in the National Postal Museum in D.C. so when my wife and I were there last week we went by. It was a treat to see three vintage aircraft hanging in the main display hall. A Stinson SR-9 and DH-4 and a Curtiss Pusher hang from the ceiling. Pictured is the DH-4. More pictures to come from our recent trip to Washington.
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