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Has anyone seen these CG4A Glider images on snapshots

Started by Glider Pilot Daughter , Oct 30 2017 12:07 PM

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#1 Glider Pilot Daughter

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Posted 30 October 2017 - 12:07 PM

My Dad took hundreds of photos while serving as a Glider Pilot in WW2.  On some of these photos have this little image of a CG4A glider printed on them.  It appears to me that he must have made a mask with this image while printing the photo.  I know he knew how to develop and print photos because in the 1950's he borrowed darkroom equipment and taught me how.  Some of them seem to be upside-down or misaligned.  Also I found negatives stored in a Kodak photograph paper box with a expiration date of 1945. 


Has anyone seen this image on photo's?  It would be interesting to see if these were shared or done by others.   

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