New Feature – From the Collection

Brewster Aircraft  Guards Badge (On Loan from the Soltis Collection) This badge rounds out artifacts from the 3 companies that produced the Corsair. We already have Chance Vought, Vought Sikorsky, and Goodyear guard or worker badges in the collection on display.

Brewster Aircraft Guards Badge (On Loan from the Soltis Collection) This badge rounds out artifacts from the 3 companies that produced the Corsair. We already have Chance Vought, Vought Sikorsky, and Goodyear guard or worker badges in the collection on display.

United Aircraft workers badge from WWII: This 1940's badge came with the 2 military insignia's, we do not have a name. If you recognize the face please let us know.

United Aircraft workers badge from WWII: This 1940’s badge came with the 2 military insignia’s, we do not have a name. If you recognize the face please let us know.

Corsair Bond Certificate: Issued on Labor Day, September, 7th 1942 We have a few of these placed throughout the museum. This one is the first one we have encountered that is typewritten and for 2 shares, all the others are handwritten and for 1 share.

Corsair Bond Certificate:
Issued on Labor Day, September, 7th 1942 We have a few of these placed throughout the museum. This one is the first one we have encountered that is typewritten and for 2 shares, all the others are handwritten and for 1 share.

1940's Non Combatant Gas Mask - Donated by Susan French, this was found locally and would be of the type employees at the plant might have had access to in the event of an Air Raid.

1940’s Non Combatant Gas Mask – Donated by Susan French, this was found locally and would be of the type employees at the plant might have had access to in the event of an Air Raid.

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2 Responses to New Feature – From the Collection

  1. Steve Rescsanski says:

    Nice update

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