Cartoons in the Nose Docks

I took these several years ago when working in the nose docks. They are on the second floor in an office area on the West side of the nose docks if I remember correctly.

Better photographs can be found in the book Cold War Cornhuskers by Mike Hill.

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Lincoln Airports in 1929

Three airports in Lincoln during 1929.  Lincoln Municipal Airport, Arrow Airport, and Page Airport to the South.  Page Airport had no specific runway.  In the old days you just landed into the wind.

I see Oak Lake is there during 1929.  I wonder when that was built.

It looks like the Southern border of Lincoln was South Street in this photo.  The East border looks like either 48th or 56th Street.

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1929 Airway Bulletin