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Tamre Parsons, e-mail, 08.08.2016 19:52
My dad, Marshal Parsons (AKA M. L. Parsons), was also at Bell at this time. I was told that her worked on and possibly even flew Bell's first helicopter. I am curious to see if anyone can find some photos with him in them. I'm not even sure if I would recognize him that much younger since he was 46 when I was born. I know that my mom has a few photos. One (or a few) of them is a of a crash site, in the snow. Not sure if I can get ahold of them or not. I will ask her the next time I visit. Thanks for this info.
Sharon Ward, e-mail, 06.11.2013 04:22
Hi. In the 4th picture down in your Photo Gallery, my father, Karl F. Camp, is the man standing on the strut. Does anyone know the names of the others in that photo? I have a picture of a group of 21 men and women in front of what looks like the same helicopter. I'm assuming that they were those who worked on that project. How do I upload the picture? Does anyone have a list of those who worked on the model 30? That you, Sharon, Arlington, TX
James E. Knapp, e-mail, 15.08.2013 11:58
Hello. Am doing research on Bell Test Pilots. Does anyone have a photograph of Frank E. "Bud" Kelley. I understand he flew the Model 30 and later the Bell Jet XP-59. Thank you.
Chris Aultman, e-mail, 06.09.2012 01:38
My name is Chris Aultman and I work for Helistream inc. We have a small collection of early bell photos like the ones listed here but we need to replace them and are looking for more material. We got most of ours from our friend Doug Daigle, the owner of the last fly Bell 47B, now in the Smithsonian, which used to be based here. The wall is a tribute to him. Any help you can provide would be most appreciated. Thank you.
Michele Luzio, e-mail, 07.10.2011 18:30
My granparents owned a restaurant in Buffalo named Tommys. My grandmother Emily Kaznowski, nickname Smaltz, was photographed riding in the helicopter in the airfield. I am trying to get a date for the photo. If anyone has any information please email me. The photo is signed by the Bell employees including Ed Cook, Bud Kelly, Arthur Young, Dave Forman, WB Hoffman
seth merrell, e-mail, 04.12.2008 08:54
guys? this is not not EMAIL aircraft
Larry Johnson, e-mail, 13.07.2008 16:27
The rescue of 14 March 1945 by Floyd Carlson of the two fisherman is of particular significance to me as one of them, Arthur Johnson is my father, the other man his fishing buddy of many years whom I also knew, Wally Gillson both of Olean, NY
Todd Carlson, e-mail, 27.01.2008 18:35
I am Floyd Carlson's son. I have some additional material, suchas a short film of the autorotaion crash. If you are interested, please contact me and tell me who you are. Thanks