Colorado Aviation Historical Society Gallery 
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Highlight for Album: Colorado Aviation Hall of Fame Laureates
Colorado Aviation Hall of Fame Laureates
All Hall of Fame Laureates and Special Awards are displayed in this album. For biographies and organization can be queried under the Laureates Section or Members Section. Individual albums of each Laureate has been created and have been populated with single photos, about 75% completed. Bios will also be added as time allows. Many corrections have been made, more yet to come.
===>> Note: the 2 numbers after the persons name are the page numbers in the blue Honoree Album Colorado Aviation HOF Laureates Handbook. <<===
Updated 05/23/2017 with Dody Engel passing.
Updated Nov/Dec 2018 with Frank VanDersarl bio and photos, Aden, Alexanders, Autry, and Andre bios and photos, Avery, Babbitt, Baird, Baldwin, and Bartoe bios and photos, Beegles, Bertz, and Bledsoe bio and photos, Cole, Callender, Duncan, Entz, Hendershot, Holmes, and Kelley photos, Reed, Reinhard, and Warner photos, Bower, Edwards. Hall, and Latimer with bios, Isbill with bio, Brown, and reorder albums.
Updated 07/09/2019 with Gordon Page.
Updated 04/06/2020 with Justin McInaney photo and bio, Latimer, Warner, C Johnson, R Morgan, P Hamilton, Wandell, Edwards, and Clevenger with photos, and Will Parker bio.
Updated 05/19/2020 with Harry Blout(passed 2020), Warner(passed) and Wm. "Bill" Bredar pics and bios.
Updated 08/25/2020 with Davis, Kelly, McMillan, Dunn, Emigh, and Reed with pics and bios.
updated 08/27/2020 with more Frank VanDersarl photos, Vasconcells, and update to Frontpage.

Last changed on 09/02/20. This album contains 521 items.
This album has been viewed 17325 times since 01/16/11.
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Highlight for Album: Aviation Archaeology Program AvAr
Aviation Archaeology Program AvAr
The CAHS AvAr Developmental Team met for the first time in 2005 at the Longment Library. Photos of Team members, classes, and Field Trips. The inagural class of AvAr was May of 2006 at the Mt. Evan Room of the Terminal Building at Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport, "Jeffco", Broomfield, CO. Classes haven been held at the same location through 2009. No class were held in 2010. AvAr is first educational program of CAHS with training classing and field exercise program for teens and adults. See Event Calendar for upcoming classes and expeditions.
Album updated 1/24/2011.

Last changed on 11/28/18. This album contains 89 items.
This album has been viewed 12339 times since 02/12/06.
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Highlight for Album: Joint CAHS and Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum
Joint CAHS and Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum

Created on 04/28/20, last changed on 04/30/20. This album contains 27 items.
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Highlight for Album: Southwest Colorado Aviation History
Southwest Colorado Aviation History
Southwest Colorado aviation history is little known to the state. CAHS hopes to present its aviation history through it current and old airports, air fields, aviators, and events; with photos and articles.
Durango and Cortez area will be featured first.

Created on 12/14/19, last changed on 04/30/20. This album contains 14 items.
This album has been viewed 84 times since 12/14/19.
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Highlight for Album: First Woman Parachutist in Colorado
First Woman Parachutist in Colorado
Lou Ella Purkaple "Purky" was the first Colorado parachutist on May 15, 1927. All photos are from the Frank Van Dersarl Photo Collection of the CAHS.

Created on 11/20/18, last changed on 11/20/18. This album contains 7 items.
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Highlight for Album: Colorado Titan Missile History
Colorado Titan Missile History
The Colorado Missile History Exhibit was completed in 2015 and is currently featured at the Launch Pad Brewery, Aurora CO; located at Buckley Rd and E Kentucky Av. Exhibit panels show the history Lowry Titan I missile silos of the 451st Strategic Missile Wing, Lowry Air Force Base, and Atlas silos, and Titan II missile production. Future exhibit panels will be satellites of Ball Aerospace, 460th Space Wings, Colorado astronauts, and the many aerospace companies.
Titan and Atlas photos are from CAHS' Fred Epler USAF Missile History Collection.

Created on 11/29/15, last changed on 01/29/19. This album contains 62 items.
This album has been viewed 2013 times since 11/29/15.