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This is a grouping with a very rare early 1930s 101st Observation Squadron jacket patch and photographs, the rotogravure section of the Boston Herald, and a framed document of acceptance into the "Pious Club" of Lieutenant Joseph L. Ballard. Please note that there are more images below.
The newspaper page is approximately 16" by 23", the photographs are approximately 9 ¾" by 8", the framed document measures 9 ¾" in width by 12 ¾" in height including the frame, and the squadron patch measures 4 ¼" in height and 6" in width.
MATERIALS / CONSTRUCTION:
The squadron patch is painted leather.
The framed document is in a frame with a string for hanging on a wall.
This is from a large collection of aviation items which we will be listing more of over the next months. ebay STORE VAJJX97 LAAJJX
8 (Excellent-) The squadron patch is in a very good condition with only minor wear and soiling. The newsprint has yellowed some, as has the framed document, please refer to the images below. The frame itself is a little fragile and was never properly backed – but the backing that remains is original, as is evidenced by the stickers. The photographs are in a generally great condition.
GUARANTEE: As with all my artifacts, this piece is guaranteed to be original, as described.