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Spruce Goose Hughes Flying Boat Long Beach CA 14 View Pictorial Folder - TulipStuff
Spruce Goose Hughes Flying Boat Long Beach CA 14 View Pictorial Folder - TulipStuff
Spruce Goose Hughes Flying Boat Long Beach CA 14 View Pictorial Folder - TulipStuff
Spruce Goose Hughes Flying Boat Long Beach CA 14 View Pictorial Folder - TulipStuff
Spruce Goose Hughes Flying Boat Long Beach CA 14 View Pictorial Folder - TulipStuff
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Spruce Goose Hughes Flying Boat Long Beach CA 14 View Pictorial Folder

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14 view pictorial view souvenir folder of The Spruce Goose, Howard Hughes flying boat which was the largest wooden aircraft ever built.  The aircraft was built in 1946 and only flew once.  It was displayed next to the Queen Mary ocean liner hotel in Long Beach California from 1980-1991and then it was moved to its current home in Oregon.

Views in this folder include the flying aircraft being built, the hull being transported on the highway in 1946, the aircraft anchored in the harbor in 1947 and being towed for its maiden flight, Howard Hughes in the cockpit, the seaplane in flight, the plane being towed in the harbor in 1980 to its new home after spending 33 years in a hangar. and more.

The souvenir postcard folder is in very good condition.

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