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Bolduc (Theodore) Photo Collection
SDASM.SC.10211  
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  • Language of Material: English
    Contributing Institution: San Diego Air and Space Museum Library and Archives
    Title: Theodore Oliver Bolduc Photo Collection
    Identifier/Call Number: SDASM.SC.10211
    Physical Description: .35 Cubic Feet This collection consists of thirty-two photographs, plus fourteen duplicate photographs, and is stored in one archival box. This collection of photographs is stored in an oversized box in two stacks. Top stack are thirty-two photographs arranged by catalog number. Second stack underneath consists of duplicates of fourteen duplicates. There are two duplicates of 003 and three duplicates of 022. One archival box, measuring 24.75” x 21.5” x 1.5”.
    Date (bulk): bulk
    Abstract: Theodore “Ted” Bolduc was born on New Year’s Day in 1919 in Augusta, Maine to Michael and Jeanette Bolduc. He was their only son and grew up with two younger sisters, Violette and Anita. Ted enlisted in the Navy at the start of World War II and served as an Aviation Photographer, assigned primarily to "Lighter Than Air" (blimp) squadrons in Georgia and Florida.
    Physical Description: This collection consists of thirty-two photographs, plus fourteen duplicate photographs, and is stored in one archival box, measuring 24.75” x 21.5” x 1.5”. This collection of photographs is stored in an oversized box in two stacks. Top stack are thirty-two photographs arranged by catalog number. Second stack underneath consists of duplicates of fourteen duplicates. There are two duplicates of 003 and three duplicates of 022.

    Biographical / Historical

    Theodore “Ted” Bolduc was born on New Year’s Day in 1919 in Augusta, Maine to Michael and Jeanette Bolduc. He was their only son and grew up with two younger sisters, Violette and Anita. Ted enlisted in the Navy at the start of World War II and served as an Aviation Photographer, assigned primarily to "Lighter Than Air" (blimp) squadrons in Georgia and Florida. He married Navy nurse Bernice Fournier, from Waterville, Maine, in 1946 and together they raised eight children. Ted passed away on October 21, 2010 at the age of 91. He died of natural causes at the Hale Nohea care home in Honolulu, Hawaii.

    Conditions Governing Access

    The collection is open to research, some restrictions may apply.

    Immediate Source of Acquisition

    The collection was donated to the Museum in 2017.

    Subjects and Indexing Terms

    Lighter Than Air Aircraft
    Aerial photography
    Naval Air Station Glynco
    Bolduc, Theodore