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  • High Flyers: Canadian Women in Aviation
    From the National Aviation Museum in Canada. Produced by Industry Canada's SchoolNet Digital Collections Program. A two year research project that highlights the history of Canadian women's participation in the field of aviation from past to present.
  • National Museum of the United States Air Force
    The National Museum of the United States Air Force is the world's oldest and largest military aviation museum. The museum is home to nearly 300 aircraft and missiles and thousands of artifacts that tell the exciting story of aviation development from the days of the Wright brothers to the present.
    Located in Dayton, Ohio
  • Pima Air & Space Museum
    Exhibit on women in aviation is entitled "American Women Aloft." Covers the history of U.S. women in flight, starting with Harriet Quimby, first licensed woman pilot in the U.S., and going up to today with women in the space program. Branches of aviation covered in this exhibit include civilian, military, and commercial aviation.
    Located in Tucson, Arizona
  • Portal of the Folded Wings
    Built in 1924, this "shrine to aviation" is the final resting place for 13 aviation pioneers including Elizabeth L. McQueen (founder and President of the Women's International Aeronautical Association), Matilde J. Moisant (the second licensed female pilot in the United States), and Hilder F. Smith (an aerial acrobat).
    Located in North Hollywood, California near the Burbank Airport
  • San Diego Aerospace Museum
    The Women in Aviation section of the Museum honors this unique group of aviation pioneers for their continuing contribution to aviation.
  • Texas Woman's University Collections
    The largest archival repository of Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) materials. This collection includes the vintage WWII papers of individual WASP and records of the WASP post-war organization along with over 1,500 photographs, over 100 oral histories, subject and biographical files, books, newspapers, video tapes, artifacts, uniforms, newsclippings, and other materials pertaining to the experiences of the women who served as WASP during World War II.
  • The AirZoo Museum
    At the "AirZoo" we have recently opened a new facility and not only offer all the artifacts we did in the past, but also offer several indoor amusement park rides, the midwest's only 4D theater, 360-degree full-motion simulators and much more.

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