Item is-wet-53-419.1 - Sun Oil Company Dehaviland Dove Airplane, Wetaskiwin, Alberta.

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Sun Oil Company Dehaviland Dove Airplane, Wetaskiwin, Alberta.

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WET wet-90-is-wet-53-419.1

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  • 12 June 1953 (Creation)
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    Walin, Dale, Wetaskiwin, Alberta

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1 photograph : b&w

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Photograph of the Dehaviland Dove airplane owned by the Sun Oil Company of Calgary, as it lands at the Wetaskiwin Airport. According to the Wetaskiwin Times (June 17, 1953): "The Dehaviland Dove is the most modern light transport plane in the world today, and this particular plane has been outfitted by the Sun Oil Company for transportation of company officials. The plane travels as far north as Fort St. John and Steen River, and south to points as far away as Houston, Texas." This photograph was taken by Carl Walin's son Dale.<br><br>

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