Aviator and Bi-plane: 0138.0018

Aviator and Bi-plane
0138.0018

0138.0018: Aviator and Bi-plane

On the ground at the Cranbrook airport, ca. 1938. CF-AGK was a DH.60M Moth owned by Capt. John Blakley of Radium Hot Springs. The plane was registered in 1929 and was destroyed in a crash near Windermere in 1940. The aviator is his son Jock Blakley. The woman is Jock's mother Jesse Blakley.

Medium:  Photograph - Image
Date:  Circa 1938
Source:  CBK 1976.031.021 Original copy held in the History Centre Archives
Collection:  Cranbrook Archives (0138)

Keywords:

airplane airport aviation car

Subjects:

Transportation arrow Airports and Airplanes arrow Cranbrookarrow
People arrow Blakleyarrow

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