APL 535 - Lee Weber collection

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Lee Weber collection

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CA Them Days APL 535

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  • 1950 - 1986 (Accumulation)
    Lee Webber

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Collection consists of a booklet containing job descriptions, recreation and service club policy for U.S.A. Department of the Air Force, a booklet regarding volunteers in the Air Force Service Club Program (1956), position descriptions of the Recreation Aid, Recreation Specialists, Service Club Director (1974), leaflets regarding service club programs and service club calendars (1969), an apraisal of U.S.A.F.E. Recreation Centre Program (1975), personnel listing, policy guidance and monochrome technique, photocopied base funding handling procedures; a booklet entitled: “Examination of Port Facilities Proposed at Stephenville, Newfoundland and Goose Bay, Labrador (1968); a programme regarding the visit by the King and Queen of Belgians (1977) , a leaflet regarding the Change of Command from LCol Scott to LCol David (1984) a letter regarding the Space Shuttle Enterprise (1983) a magazine article taken from THE SCIENCE DIMENSION entitled: ‘Space Shuttle’ (1983), a photocopied newspaper article regarding the historic landing at Goose Bay, a magazine article excerpted from Macleans entitled: ‘Tragedy at Gander’ ; newsletter articles from G.A.B. regarding United States Air Force newspaper, a booklet regarding ‘The Air Force service Club Program’; a photocopied manuscript entitled: “Goose Bay before World War II or The Other Goose’; 2 Remembrance Day programs, an explanation of ‘The Detachment 1’; a photocopied newspaper article entitled: ‘Departing Commander Feels Goose Bay will get NATO Base, an Ambassador club Entertainment schedule, birthday sentiment to the U.S.A.F. on their 40th birthday; information booklets entitled: ‘R.C.A.F. Air command Celebrates 60th Anniversary’ (1984); a short account of Eric Fry’s time spent as an aerial photographer in the Canadian North, photocopied newspaper articles entitled: How Eric Fry beat the U.S. to the Arctic Base’ and M.A.C. Always where the Action is’ written by LCol Paul C Rapp, a letter from Major D R Ggauen inviting the 32nd anniversary and 15 years of Canadian Control of the Radar Unit (1986), information regarding the Melville long Range Radar, newspaper article taken from the Saturday Evening Post regarding Arctic Outpost, 9 pages of photos of Goose Air Base; USAF letters if appreciation regarding Military Operation, Recreation Services, Service Clubs, Base Commander (1961, 1975); a letter and covering information regarding R.C.A.F. Cemetery and Dedication, 6 programs regarding talent contests (1961-1966) a telephone directory for Goose Bay Airport, a civilian personnel appeals and grievance (1969); U.S.A.F. ‘Family Housing Brochure and Maintenance Guides (1967 &1968); a numerical index of special services operating instructions.

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Donated by Lee Webber


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Some originals, others located elsewhere

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Much material in Them Days Archives has Copyright protection. Researchers must obtain permission from copyright holders before publication in any form

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