M01-22 - HANSEL LEE / WORLD WAR II COLLECTION

Major Lee was a World War II veteran and was a B-24 pilot.  The B-24, whose nickname was the Liberator, was a four engine heavy bomber.  It had four 1,200 horsepower Pratt & Whitney Twin Wasp radial engines and generally carried a crew of ten.  The B-24 had a slightly greater range, bomb load and top speed than the B-17.

 

Box 1

File 1 – Correspondence, 1944-1945

File 2 – Lieutenant Hansel Lee – Graduation Announcement, Pilot- Army Air Forces, The Pampa Army Air Field – Pampa, Texas, March 12, 1944

File 3 – Pampa Army Air Field 28th Annual Reunion – Pampa, Texas, August 16-19, 2000

File 4 – Air Force Museum, Dayton, Ohio – Brochure

File 5 – Air Force Times Vol. 40, No. 19, December 1979

File 6 – B-52 Stratofortress Association News, 1997-1999 (10 Issues)

File 7 – Briefing: Journal of The International B-24 Liberator Club, 1977-1979

File 8 – Briefing: Journal of The International B-24 Liberator Club, 1981-1985

File 9 – Briefing: Journal of The International B-24 Liberator Club, 1986-1989

File 10 – Briefing: Journal of The International B-24 Liberator Club, 1990-1995

File 11 – Briefing: Journal of The International B-24 Liberator Club, 1996-1999

File 12 – Briefing: Journal of The International B-24 Liberator Club, 2000-2001

File 13 – 456th Bomb Group Photo Album – 1944-1945

File 14 – 456th Bomb Group Association Membership List

File 15 – 456th Bomb Group News, 1981-1989

File 16 – 456th Bomb Group News, 1990-1995

File 17 – 456th Bomb Group News, 1996-1999

File 18 – 456th Bomb Group News, 2000-2001

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