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Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Lady Bailey

Lady Bailey

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Atlantic Flight

Atlantic Flight

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Air France Hostess gets Miss Kilomtre 1960

Air France Hostess gets Miss Kilomtre 1960

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Twins with Wings

Twins with Wings
Confusion over identical twins Shirley and Dianne Lewis, 22, has grown since they graduated from the Canadian Pacific Airlines Stewardess Training School. Published January 30th 1960

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Air Lovelies

Air Lovelies
Posing besides a uniformed dummy, two lovely sari-wearing Pakistani airline hostesses are seen in Rome during a reception. Miss Hamida Parwin, and Mrs Chudary

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Sign of the Times

Sign of the Times Published January 14th 1976

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Lady Bailey christening the Simmonds Cirus Spartan

Lady Bailey christening the Simmonds Cirus Spartan
At Croydon Aerodrome on 19th April 1929

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Ladies from Ghana in Training as Receptionists

Ladies from Ghana in Training as Receptionists
Eight Ghana girls to be trained as receptionists for Ghana Airways

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Miss Kilometre is French Air Hostess

Miss Kilometre is French Air Hostess. Published 09/06/1960

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: African Girls for Stewardesses

African Girls for Stewardesses Published 26th April 1960

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Sky High for Holiday Fun

Sky High for Holiday Fun
Lollie Benjamin, 23 created quite a sensation with the onlookers when she went for a flight standing on the wing of a Tiger Moth aircraft

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Flown Solo after Thirteen Hours

Flown Solo after Thirteen Hours

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Africa sends some potted sunshine

Africa sends some potted sunshine
Air receptionist Joan Bray, admires at London Airport some native hand painted Central African gourds which have be flown to Britain by BOAC

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: US Airline seeks yet more British Girls

US Airline seeks yet more British Girls
Trans World Airlines

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: First Commision

First Commision
A job on the ground as a BOAC receptionist at London Airport does not stop Pauline Rawnsley-Gurd from letting her imagination become airbourne with these handmade cherubs. Published January 22nd 1959

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Hoods for Air Girls

Hoods for Air Girls
The new uniform and accessories that British European Airways Stewardesses and Traffic girls will be wearing

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Miss Savine Khatib

Miss Savine Khatib

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Mrs Victor Bruce

Mrs Victor Bruce

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Harriet Quimby

Harriet Quimby

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Lt. Kamarudin Emelia

Lt. Kamarudin Emelia
First Female Pilot in Malaysia

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Toast before Take Off

Toast before Take Off, to the Queen and her new Son. Published 20th February 1960

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Women in Aviation, 0036

Women in Aviation, 0036
0036

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Lynn Barton

Lynn Barton

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Jill works her way through Flying School

Jill works her way through Flying School
Jill Lock works her way through Flying School Published December 4th 1961

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Sisters Take to the Air

Sisters Take to the Air, Edith and Sheila Hampson

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Jaqueline Auriol

Jaqueline Auriol

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Jim and Amy Mollison

Jim and Amy Mollison

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Lady Bailey and Family with Louis Paget

Lady Bailey and Family with Louis Paget Chief Test Pilot Of Westland

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Passing out Parade at Cranwell

Passing out Parade at Cranwell
Members of the WRAF watch the Passing out Parade at Cranwell. Published 13/12/1960

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: New Cape for WRAF Bandwomen

New Cape for WRAF Bandwomen Published May 9th 1960

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Girl Who Flew With Aerobatics Team To Wed

Girl Who Flew With Aerobatics Team To Wed, Susan Clouston. Published August 10th 1963

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: With a Musical Air at the Mansion House

With a Musical Air at the Mansion House. Published May 31st 1967

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: An Orphan in Good Hands

An Orphan in Good Hands, one of five chinese orphans from Hong Kong

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: The Cap Fits

The Cap Fits
Sally Holder, 21. Published March 3rd 1960

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Lady heath rising from the Cockpit

Lady heath rising from the Cockpit on her return from Cape Town, always wore a smart afternoon dress and had her aeroplane painted turquiose to match her ring

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Women in Aviation, 0075

Women in Aviation, 0075
0075

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Jean Ballen

Jean Ballen

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Lady Heath

Lady Heath

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Entered for Miss London Airport Contest

Entered for Miss London Airport Contest. Sallie Murphy, 23

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Patou Flies Condorde

Patou Flies Condorde

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Seven Hopeful Young Women

Seven Hopeful Young Women among the first to take advantage of the Royal Air Forces recent announcement that women are now eligible to fly as pilots at Biggin Hill

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Linda Finch

Linda Finch

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Gulfstream Vice President

Gulfstream Vice President
Helen Newman

Background imageWomen in Aviation Collection: Miss Lovell

Miss Lovell



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