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Included in this collection are the following licenses and identity cards: Laura Bromwell, Aero Club of America Aviator no. 4620; John Milton Bryant, Aero Club of American Aviator no. 208; Frank Coffyn, Aero Club of America Aviator no. 26, National Aeronautic Association (NAA) Helicopter no. 3; Curtis La Q. Day, Aero Club of America Aviator no. 302; Richard Duncan, Royal Aero Club of the United Kingdom no. 3702, Air Engineer's Certificate no. 194, and Commerical Air Pilot's Certificate (Flying Machines) no. 165; Lester Gardner, honorary member pilot's card issued by the Ligue Internationale des Aviateurs; G. S. Gillespie, U.S. Navy Naval Aviator no. 32; Beckwith Havens, U.S. Naval Aviator no. 524; Frederick A. Hoover, Aero Club of America Aviator no. 100; George M. Keightley Fédération Aéronautique Internationale (FAI) annual sporting licenses, 1928 and 1929; Benjamin Scovill Kelsey, 1940-1941 London driver's license, NAA Aviator no. 6843, US Department of Commerce Transport no. 3200, 1928 NAA Sporting license, U.S. Army Air Corps identification card, Connecticut drivers licenses 1928 and 1929, Connecticut Department of Aviation Aircraft Pilot's licenses 1924-1929, six Instrument Flying certificates (1937-1941), U.S. Department of Commerce Mechanic's license no. 1368; Alfred S. Koch, 1931 NAA Annual Sporting License, Aero Club of America 1918-1919 membership card; Lawrence Leon, Aero Club of America Aviator 589; Grover Loening, NAA Aviator no. 7171, NAA 1929 Annual Sporting License, U.S. Department of Commerce Pilot Identification card (pilot no. 2648), Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) Airman identification card, 1940 Nassau County New York pistol license, U.S. Department of Commerce Certificates with Limitations 1946 (two duplicates) and 1948, Aviation Country Clubs 1929 card, business card and photo; Zenos Ramsey Miller, U.S. Air Service Reserve Military Aviator rating valid for five years starting April 11, 1919; Thomas DeWitt Milling, Aero Club of America Aviator no. 30; Charles L. Morris NAA Airplane Pilot no. 8851; Thea Rasche, NAA 1929 Annual Sporting License; D. deR. M. Scarritt, U.S.Department of Commerce Transport no. 10, Department of Commerce Mechanic's no. 10; Walter J. Shaffer, Sport Aviation Commission of France Aviator no. 17976; Thomas E. Springer, Aero Club of America Aviator no. 509; Norman Sweetser, Aero Club of Italy Aviator no. DCCCXVII (817), Aero Club of Italy Aviator no. 1853; Alexander B. Thaw II, American Expeditionary Force identity card no. 130; Ralph H. Upson, Aero Club of America Dirigible Balloon Pilot license no. 7, Aero Club of America Spherical Balloon Pilot license no. 48; Ralph H. Upson, private pilot's license, license no. 10290; Clifford L. Webster, Aero Club of America Aviator no. 69; Aero Club of America Annual license no. 12 for the year 1925, U.S. Naval Aviator no. 112 1/2; and E. A. Yeager, Aero Club of America Spherical Balloon Pilot no. 82; unused French "Brevet et Licence de Pilote de Ballons Libres;" Raymond Emmanuel Bollack, 1913 FAI pilot license; Roland Rohlfs, Aero Club of America, no. 699, 1930 Air Transport License, and 1928 Pilot's Identification Card; and Paul Robert Gruhler, 1929 engine mechanic license.