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Box 01

 

Folder 01 – Correspondence

Physical Description: 1. From: W.P. Welsh, technical counselor at Fédération Aéronautique Internationale, To: Major General Brooke E. Allen at National Aeronautic Association, June 25, 1980. 2. From: Cliff Robertson, To: Edwin D. McKellar Jr., Executive Director of the San Diego Aero-Space Museum, December 11, 1980. 3. From: Douglas T. Kelley, To: Theodore E. Gildred, December 15, 1980. 4. From: Theodore E. Gildred, To: Mr. Cliff Robertson. 5. From: John D. Butler, To: Edwin D. McKellar Jr., Executive Director of the San Diego Aero-Space Museum, February 6, 1981. 6. From: Albert Gildred, To: Theodore, February 14, 1981. 7. From: Verne Staffen, To: Theodore E. Gildred, February 18, 1981. 8. From: Elizabeth Zepeda, To: Edwin D. McKellar Jr., Executive Director of the San Diego Aero-Space Museum, February 18, 1981. 9. From: Elizabeth Zepeda, To: Mr. & Mrs. T.E. Gildred, Dr. & Mrs. J. U. Lemke, March 3, 1981. 10. Six pages of documents and correspondence regarding the Gable Agency Inc. about the Spirit of Goodwill 50th Anniversary, March 12, 30, 31, 1981. 11. From: Stu and Lynn, To: (presumably to Theodore E. Gildred), March 12, 1981. 12. From: Alan A. Rubin, To: Theodore E. Gildred, March 19, 1981. 13. From: Ferdinand T. Fletcher, To: Theodore E. Gildred, April 8, 1981. 14. From: Tony Valencia, To: no one, sample of letter mailed to reception and luncheon guests, April 20, 1981. 15. From: Ed Fletcher Jr., To: Theodore E. Gildred, May 26, 1981. 16. From: Tom Gable, President of The Gable Agency Inc., To: Theodore Gildred, August 17, 1981. 17. One page of correspondence From: James U. Lemke, president of Spin Physics, Inc, To: Edwin D. McKellar Jr., Executive Director at San Diego Aero-Space Museum, cc: Theodore Gildred, one page with photocopied check. 18. From: John D. Butler, To: Edwin D. McKellar Jr., Executive Director of San Diego Aero-Space Museum, including a check to San Diego Aero Space Museum from Classic Aero, March 15, 1982. 19. From: Edwin D. McKeller Jr., Executive Director of San Diego Aero-Space Museum, To: Theodore E. Gildred, October13, 1983. 20. From: Edwin D. McKeller Jr., Executive Director of San Diego Aero-Space Museum, To: Theodore E. Gildred. 21. From: Nally, To: Theodore E. Gildred, with notes on reverse in Spanish. 22. From: Dolly Maw, To: Theodore E. Gildred, March 11. 23. From: William F. Black, announcement. 24. From: Gina Lew, alias “Fortune Cookie,” To: Theodore E. Gildred.
 

Folder 02 – Biographical Narrative of Theodore E. Gildred & Theodore Gildred.

Physical Description: 1. Ten pages of narrative about Theodore Edmonds Gildred, with content about Theodore Gildred Sr., by Dolly Maw.
 

Folder 03 – San Diego Aero-Space Museum related documents

Physical Description: 1. Three pages of narrative titled “Lindy’s Flight Inspired Aero-Space Museum Volunteers.” 2. Page titled “Donation to the Aero Space Museum San Diego-Ecuador 1931-1981,” received by Maggie Darice, August 25, 1982. 3. Financial summaries of accounts and pledges. 4. From: Edwin D. McKellar Jr., Executive Director of San Diego Aero-Space Museum, To: Dick Martin at Marginal Airmotive, April 14, 1981. 5. From: Edwin D. McKellar Jr., Executive Director of San Diego Aero-Space Museum, To: Dick Martin at Marginal Airmotive, April 15, 1981. 6. San Diego Aero-Space Museum Board of Directors meeting minutes, April 23, 1981. 7. Memorandum of the Minutes from March 31, 1981 meeting of exhibits acquisitions and restoration committee, signed off Howard Fisher by M. Gars. 8. Report discussing the Phoenix Flight signed off Timothy M. Cunningham, Restoration Supervisor, April, 1981. 9. Schedule of the Spirit of Goodwill Flight, March 13-31, 1981. 10. Three pages of the tentative Flight Schedule, 13-April 2, 1981. 11. From: Edwin D. McKellar Jr., Executive Director of San Diego Aero-Space Museum, To: T. Claude Ryan at Teledyne Ryan Aeronautical, December 8, 1980. 12. Aircraft Registration Application and Aircraft Bill of Sale photocopies. 13. Two copies of Special Power of Attorney, February 12, 1981. 14. Seven pages of narrative titled “‘Spirit of Goodwill’-- Son to re-create 4,200-mile Goodwill Flight his father made 50 years ago from San Diego to Ecuador in a single-engine plane.” 15. List of materials donated to San Diego Aero-Space Museum by Theodore E. Gildred on behalf of Sr., signed off by Col. Owen Clarke, April 19, 1979. 16. Fact Sheet by Theodore E. Gildred, November, 1980. 17. From: Richard L. Cormier, Acting Executive Director of San Diego Aero-Space Museum, TO: Theodore E. Gildred, June 20, 1980.
 

Folder 04 – National Aeronautic Association Materials

Physical Description: 1. From: Everett W. Langworthy, Executive Director of National Aeronautic Association, To: Richard L. Cormier, Executive Director of San Diego Aero-Space Museum, cc: Theodore Gildred, July 1, 1980. 2. Two green cover pages, two brochures, and seventeen pages of the National Aeronautic Association United States Representative Federation Aeronautique Internationale Record Attempt Kit. 3. From: Everett W. Langworthy, Executive Director of National Aeronautic Association, To: Richard L. Cormier, Executive Director of San Diego Aero-Space Museum, cc: Theodore Gildred (copy of 1), From: W.P. Welsh, technical counselor at Fédération Aéronautique Internationale, To: Major General Brooke E. Allen at National Aeronautic Association, From: Richard L. Cormier, Executive Director of San Diego Aero-Space Museum, To: Theodore E. Gildred, July 1, 1980, June 25, 1980, June 20, 1980.
 

Folder 05 – Envelopes related to Ecuador

Physical Description: 1. Envelope with stamp of Goodwill airplane, Goodwill stamp, and words Ecuador II 1931-1981 Quito-Ecuador, March 31, 1981. 2. Same envelope as number 1 but with illegible signatures. 3. Envelope sent to Theodore E. Gildred with Ecuador stamps, May 12, 1981.
 

Folder 06 – Magazine Articles featuring Spirit of Goodwill

Physical Description: 1. Table of Contents of Air Classics, Volume 17/Number 5, May, 1981. 2. Three page magazine article in Air Classics titled “Spirit of Goodwill – Re-recreating a pioneer flight to South America.” 3. Unknown newspaper article titled “Goodwill,” with a second clip explaining the rest of the article. 4. The Rotarian - Official Publication of Rotary International magazine, Volume 141 Number 1, Table of contents, July, 1982. 5. Three page magazine article titled “Flight of Remembrance – San Diego to Quito – a son retraces his father’s epic journey,” with text and photos by Bill Powers. 6. Magazine article from Ranch and Coast titled “Son to Re-create Flight his Father made 50 Years Ago,” March, 1981. 7. National Aeronautic Association Newsletter titled “Son Re-recreates Father’s 4200 Mile Ecuadorian Flight of 50 years Ago: Saga of the Gildreds,” August, 1981. 8. First Facts Published by First Federal Savings and Loan Association of San Diego Vol. X, No.3, with article titled “Gildred Goodwill Flights Enrich All,” July, 1981. 9. San Diego Aero-Space Museum Museum, Airshow & Nasa Tour brochure containing information about an exhibit of the Flight of Ecuador, October, 1983. 10. Two pages from an unknown magazine about the recreation of the Spirit of Goodwill flight. 11. Table of contents from the magazine Smithsonian, Volume 12, Number 3, June, 1981.
 

Folder 07 – Logbook Documents

Physical Description: 1. Ninety-three pages of a flight logbook (all photocopied).
 

Folder 08 – Spirit of Goodwill Documentary Material

Physical Description: 1. Seven pages including correspondence, invoices, and receipts regarding the Goodwill Documentary, June, July, August, 1981. 2. From: Edwin D. McKellar Jr., Executive Director of San Diego Aero-Space Museum, To: Lee Schaefer, August 14, 1981. 3. From: Edwin D. McKellar Jr., Executive Director of San Diego Aero-Space Museum, To: Lee Schaefer, August 14, 1981. 4. Five pages of Theodore E. Gildred’s guest list for a preview showing of San Diego Aero-space Museum’s documentary. 5. Three handwritten papers titled Theodore III containing outline of the documentary, October 29, 1981. 6. From: Elizabeth Zepeda, Administrative Assistant at Lomas Santa Fe, Inc., To: Edwin D. McKellar Jr., San Diego Aero-Space Museum, September 1, 1981. 7. Authorization from Tom Mitchell, KCST-TV Inc. to San Diego Aero-Space Museum and Theodore E. Gildred non-excluse worldwide television and theatrical rights to the Spirit of Goodwill/Ecuador II footage, September 22, 1981. 8. From: Edwin D. McKellar Jr., Executive Director of San Diego Aero-Space Museum, To: Lee Schaefer, February 11, 1982. 9. Transmittal from Edwin D. McKellar Jr., Executive Director of San Diego Aero-Space Museum, to Lee Schaefer, documenting a ten thousand dollar check for T. Gildred’s “Ecuador Documentary,” February 22, 1982. 10. Three page agreement to produce a professional videotape documentary. 11. From: Gloria Williams for San Diego Aerospace Museum, To: Bill Seymor, Program Director at KUSI-TV, January 4, 1983. 12. From: Edwin D. McKellar Jr., Executive Director of San Diego Aero-Space Museum, To: Theodore E. Gildred, February 6, 1983. 13. From: Edwin D. McKellar Jr., Executive Director of San Diego Aero-Space Museum, To: Ralph Barach, President of Viacom International Inc., February 6, 1983.l 14. Handwritten note in pen titled Spirit. 15. Five pages of handwritten correspondence on paper from El Cortez Hotel in San Diego, California. 16. Two pages of acts and scenes for the documentary. 17. Two pages of notes related to the documentary. 18. Three pages containing notes about a tape from San Diego International Hour with specific time references and an empty fourth page. 19. One handwritten page titled Flight of Goodwill. 20. Two pages of handwritten notes describing the tapes and its contents. 21. A page with a carbon copy containing a list of content in five separate tapes.
 

Folder 09 – Spanish Newspaper Articles

Physical Description: 1. Notecard with the words “Chippings (Spanish language) – 1981 Flight. 2. Photocopy of a newspaper article titled “Reeditarán histórico vuelo de hace 50 años al Ecuador. 3. Two copies of El Comercio article titled “Aviones y pilotos de los tiempos heroicos,” April 5, 1981. 4. Two blank sheets of bond paper with a watermark that looks like a national American emblem dated 1978. 5. Small newspaper clip with Theodore E. Gildred and Theodore Gildred and Ecuador I with a caption. 6. Two tiny newspaper clips titled “‘Espíritu de Buena voluntad,’” por José R. Díaz Fonseca. 7. Two copies of El Comercio article titled “Theodore Gildred declarado huésped ilustre,” April 2, 1981. 8. Social newspaper clip with picture of Theodore E. Gildred and Ecuador II and caption about the return trip to South and Central American, April 2, 1982. 9. Two copies of El Comercio article titled “Aviador Gildred reeditó hazaña de hace 50 años,” April 1, 1981. 10. El Mundo: UPI, AFP photocopied article titled “Avión ‘Ecuador II’ llegó a Esmeraldas,” April 1, 1981. 11. Untitled newspaper clip with a photograph of Ecuador II and caption “El pequeño avión ‘Ecuador II’ en pista del aeropuerto ‘Mariscal Sucre’ luego de haber aterrizado.” 12. Blank sheet of paper with stamp that says Relaciones Publicas Direccion de Aviacion Civil and an El Comercio newspaper article titled “Hoy culmina la reedición del primer vuelo entre E.U. – Quito,” March 31, 1981. 13. Two copies of El Expreso article titled “En vuelo San Diego – Quito, avión ‘Ecuador II’ llegó a Esmeraldas,” March 30, 1981. 14. Untitled newspaper article (with written caption Estella Panama) with picture of Gildred and maintenance crew, March 25. 15. Matutino article with continuation clip titled “En avión de 1942 Con fallas mecánicas llegó Teodoro Gildred,” March 23, 1981. 16. La Estrella de Panama article with a long continuation clip titled “Llegó ayer a la ciudad de Panamá – Tras una hazaña de 50 años, Gildred hijo, sigue la ruta de su padre,” March 22, 1981. 17. El Comercio article titled “50 años de un vuelo histórico,” March 22, 1981. 18. La Estrella de Panama article titled “Llega hoy Teodoro Gildred Jr. – Se conmemora hoy histórico vuelo,” March 21, 1981. 19. Photocopied picture with a photograph of Ecuador II in San José, Costa Rica, sábado 21 de marzo de 1981 (Marc 21, 1981). 20. Unknown newspaper article titled “Los muchachos gritaron el avión, el avión y la nave apareció en Quito.” 21. Nuevo Diario article titled “Sesión Cena de Rotarios Mazatlán Norte, No. 564 - +Teodoro E. Gilfred (sic), Distinguido Invitado,” March 16, 1981. 22. El Sol del Pacifico newspaper article titled “Cena en Honor de Theodore E. Gildred – La Ofrecieron los TresClubes Rotarios – Pretende Viajarde San Diego a Ecuador,” March 15, 1981. 23. Noroeste article titled “Bienvenida para Teodoro E. Gildred,” March 15, 1981. 24. Sheet of paper with newspaper information on it and El universe article titled “Avion ‘Ecuador II’ viene en gira de Buena voluntad,” March 15, 1981. 25. Unknown newspaper article titled “hizo escala aquí T E Gildred en ‘Viaje de Buena Voluntad.’” 26. Two copies of Noroeste article titled “hizo escala aquí T E Gildred en ‘Viaje de Buena Voluntad,’” March 14, 1981. 27. Nuevo Diario article titled “Regresa hoy el Espírítu Buena Voluntad,” March 13, 1981. 28. Noroeste article titled “76 años cumple hoy el rotarismo en el mundo,” February 23, 1981. 29. Unknown newspaper article titled “Teodoro Gildred Trata de Igualar la Hazaña Aérea de su Padre en 1931 en un Monomotor.” 30. El Comercio article titled “Se Repetira Vuelo de Hace 50 años,” January 28, 1981. 31. Unknown newspaper article titled “Teodoro E. Gildred Realizará el Mismo Vuelo de Buena Voluntad que Hizo su Padre el 13 de Marzo de 1931.”
 

Folder 10 – Spanish-language Materials

Physical Description: 1. Planeadores de Panama Frequency Chart. 2. Position report/flight plan for the Ecuador II. 3. Booklet titled “Club Rotario de Panama Boletin,” No. 36, March 26, 1981. 4. Booklet titled “Escuela de Aeronautica Civil.” 5. Thick paper booklet titled “El Espiritu de Buena Voluntad – 13 de Marzo de 1931, 13 de Marzo de 1981.” 6. Envelope labeled Feria Internacional de Panamá for Señor Theodore Gildred, and its contents including an invitation and a note of considerable distinguishing at the XXVI Feria Internacional de David. 7. Pamphlet titled “Direccion General De Aviacion Civil – Programa General” – Quito Arrival Ceremony. 8. Mailgram inviting Theodore E. Gildred to a reception at the Aero Club, March 17, 1981. 9. Telex mail with content regarding the reception honoring Theodore E. Gildred at the Aero Club, March 13, 1981. 10. Two page treaty titled “Proyecto de Acuerdo Entre El Cobierno de La Republica del Ecuador, El San Diego Aero Space Museum, y El Theodore Gildred Foundation de San Diego, California,” and a corrected three page treaty. 11. Letter from Alfredo Sanchez, El Secretario del Consejo Municipal Lic. Jose Antonio Poig Lastra from Sr. Alcalde, received by Theodore E. Gildred, March 5, 1981. 12. Handwritten note for Theodore E. Gildred, with a name on the other side Armando Ottati Moreira. 13. Memorandum regarding an invitation to a dinner for Theodore E. Gildred, March 17, 1981. 14. Handwritten paper titled Convenio Ecuador II, April 2, 1981. 15. Certificate in English from the Municipalidad de Esmeraldas de Relaciones Publicas welcoming Theodore E. Gildred to Ecuador, March 29, 1981. 16. Four page Autografo by the Ministerio de Defensa Nacional, Fuerza Aerea Ecuatoriana, signed by Jorge Noe Cordova, April 7, 1981. 17. Letter for Theodore E. Gildred from Esteban Garcia Galvan, October 20, 1981. 18. Three page treaty regarding Theodore E. Gildred’s flight from the Ministerio de Defensa Nacional titled “Fuerza Aera Ecuatoriana,”with signature lines for Marco A. Subía Martínes, General de Ejército, and Theodore E. Gildred. 19. Four government certificates of appreciation to the flight personnel Gina Lew, David Smith, Diego Lemke, and Stephanie Gildred, signed by Carlos Edgar Jarmilla Abarca and Alfredo Chacon S., March 29, 1981.
 

Folder 11 – Theodore Gildred/Flight to Ecuador Tape – KIFM Margaret Cooper

Physical Description: 1. One audio cassette labeled “Theodore Gildred/Flight to Ecuador Tape – KIFM Margaret Cooper.” 2. Photographic Database Form/Removal card from November 8, 2005.
 

Folder 12 – Narration Scripts, Narration written by William L. Simons, Seavision Productions

Physical Description: 1. Thirteen pages of Theodore’s original copy of the Narration Script for a motion picture on Ecuador II – The Spirit of Goodwill. 2. Second Draft of Narration Script for a motion picture on Flight of the Ecuador II – The Spirit of Goodwill. 3. Nineteen pages of the Narration Script for a motion picture on Flight of the Ecuador II – The Spirit of Goodwill. 4. Nineteen pages of the Narration Script for a motion picture on Flight of the Ecuador II – The Spirit of Goodwill.
 

Folder 13 – English Newspaper Articles

Physical Description: 1. Photocopied newspaper clip titled “Sentimental Journey,” by John McKelway. 2. One card from the San Diego Aero-Space Museum, two copies of a news clip from The Tribune T/V Radio section titled “Father, son wing it into History,” May 17, 1983. 3. Two copies of “Gildred Reaches Ecuador to Complete Aerial Tribute to Father,” with two copies of the continuation of the story, April 1, 1981. 4. Four newspaper clips from San Diego Country and Los Angeles Times recounting the historic 1931 flight recreated by Theodore Gildred’s plane landing in Ecuador, April 1, 1981. 5. Two photocopies of the Los Angeles Times newspaper article of the previous item. 6. B2 San Diego Union logo and two copies of an article titled “Troubled Gildred Plane in Panama,” March 23, 1981. 7. Two newspaper clips from the San Diego Union Tribune titled “Pilot Retraces Father’s 1931 Flight,” March 14, 1981. 8. Notecard with the words “Chippings (English language) – 1981 Flight. 9. The Gable Agency Inc. San Diego Clipping Service Evening Tribune article titled “Ecuador revisited: Aviator ends sortie into history with well-timed déjà vu,” April 1, 1981. 10. Two copies of The Gable Agency Inc. San Diego Clipping Service Evening Tribune Neil Morgan article written by Tom Blair, April 9, 1981. 11. San Diego Clipping Service Times-Advocate article titled “Gildred off tracing father’s flight steps,” March 13, 1981. 12. Photocopy of Evening Tribune article titled “Plane penetrates barriers of time,” April 3, 1981. 13. San Diego Clipping Service Coast Dispatch photocopy of two newspaper articles titled “Gildred lands after a heck of a flight,” and “Gildred lands safely in Ecuador,” April 4, 1981. 14. Two copies of the San Diego Tribune newspaper advertisement titled “Following his Father’s Flightpath,” sponsored by the San Diego Aerospace Museum, May 18, 1983. 15. Stanford Alumni Almanac article about Theodore E. Gildred, June, 1981. 16. Tribune article titled “Quito revisited: Flight through history ends,” written by John McLaren. 17. B2 The San Diego Union article titled “Old Stinson Hums, Jet Fizzles – Historic Flight to Quito on Target,” April 9, 1981. 18. Pacific Flyer Aviation News Article titled “Stinson Completes Good-will Flight to Ecuador,” April 1981. 19. The San Diego Union article titled “Gildred to Offer Plane to Ecuador,” April 2, 1981. 20. Star Herald article about the Gildred flight, March 22, 1981. 21. Two copies of the San Diego Union titled “Goodwill Flight – Gildred Scheduled to Land in Panama,” Marc 21, 1981. 22. Newspaper article titled “Spirit of Goodwill Lands in MC,” written by Victor Elfenbein. 23. La Jolla Light news article titled “Following in his father’s flightpath,” March 19, 1981. 24. Newspaper article titled “Solana man takes off on historic flight – Gildred follows father’s footsteps to S. America,” March 14, 1981. 25. Los Angeles Times article titled “Flying in Father’s footsteps – Son Will Reenact Pioneer Pilot’s Flight,” and continuation “PILOT: son will reenact father’s flight to South America,” February 13, 1981. 26. San Diego Evening Tribune article titled “Latin Goodwill Flight Starts – 50 years later, pilot takes trail blazed by dad,” March 13, 1981. 27. The San Diego Union article titled “The Party Line,” by Burl Stiff, February 8, 1981. 28. The San Diego Union article titled “Recapturing the Spirit,” January 29, 1981. 29. The San Diego Union two page article titled “Commemorates 1931 Journey by Pilot’s Father – 2 Plan Goodwill Flight to Ecuador,” and “Pilot to Follow Route Father took in 1931,” November 27, 1980. 30. The Citizen article titled “Solana Beach resident recreates flight – Theodore Gildred will follow the 1931 route of his father to Equador (sic),” December 3, 1980. 31. Eight tiny newspaper clips of Neil Morgan and eleven tiny newspaper clips of an article about Gildred and the chase plane.
 

Folder 14 – Miscellaneous

Physical Description: 1. Business card for Juan Gutierrez Fernandez, Architect. 2. Business card for William Leonard Simon of William L. Simon Film Scripts. 3. The Spirit of Goodwill Pamphlet. 4. Handwritten note containing the address of a restaurant. 5. Bon Voyage card with several signatures. 6. Frontera Forum Pamphlet. 7. Handwritten note titled “Contingency Plans.” 8. Handwritten note that says “Armando Reverero ‘Arriba mas arriba’ after trying to go over Andes – Lindberg of Peru. 9. List of hotels (presumably that Gildred stayed in) from March 13th to April 3rd. 10. President’s Report, May 4, 1981. 11. Two pages of the H.J. Res. 103, Authorizing the President to proclaim March 13, 1981 as “Spirit of Goodwill Day.” 12. Seven pages of lists containing expenditures related to Gildred. 13. Manilla Envelope labeled “NAA Forms Fed Aero Int” c. 1981.
 

Folder 15 - Currency

Physical Description: 1. Envelope from Lomas Santa Fe Inc. that contained currency from various countries. 2. Four different valued coins in a handmade envelope. 3. Five paper bills from different Latin American countries valued at 1, 5, 50, and 100 (two 100’s).
 

Folder 16 – Negatives

Physical Description: 1. Kodak negative sleeve. 2. Ten negative sleeves containing images of Ecuador II, people, and cityscape.
 

Folder 17 – Digitized Folder

Physical Description: 1. Flight of the Ecuador San Diego to Quito, Ecuador stamp draft. 2. Flight of the Ecuador San Diego to Quito, Ecuador stamp. 3. From: Richard L. Cormier, Executive Director of San Diego Aero-Space Museum, To: Theodore E. Gildred, correspondence agreeing to sponsor the commemoration of Theodore Gildred Sr.’s historic flight to Quito, Ecuador, June 20, 1980. 4. The City of San Diego Proclamation by Mayor Pete Wilson, March 13, 1981.
 

Folder 18 – Photograph Folder 1

Physical Description: 1. Five photographs of Theodore E. Gildred with his plane and planning his flight. 2. One Panama stamp. 3. One Panama cardboard card. 4. One photograph of broken metal. 5. One photograph of an envelope from Ecuador.
 

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Folder 19 – Photograph Folder 2

Physical Description: 1. Eighty-seven photographs ranging from plaques and medals, aerial photos, Theodore E.Gildred and acquaintances, buildings and cityscape in several cities, the Ecuador II, and San Diego Aero-Space Museum’s Spirit of Goodwill commemoration in March, 1981.
 

Folder 20 – Photograph Folder 3

Physical Description: 1. Sixty-three photographs of Ecuador II with Theodore E. Gildred and maintenance, photographs of Theodore Gildred and his plane, and Theodore E. Gildred in Ecuador.
 

Folder 21 – Photograph Folder 4

Physical Description: 1. Eighty-seven photographs of Theodore E. Gildred with acquaintances, random people, and buildings.
 

Folder 22 – Photograph Folder 5

Physical Description: 1. Thirty-four photographs of Theodore E. Gildred with acquaintances, Theodore Gildred and acquaintances, and Ecuador I.
 

Folder 23 – Photograph Folder 6

Physical Description: 1. Twenty-seven photographs of Theodore E. Gildred, Theodore Gildred, the government certificates from Ecuador being handed to Theodore E. Gildred, and random individuals.
 

Folder 24 – Photograph Folder 7

Physical Description: 1. Thirty-one photographs of Theodore Gildred, Ecuador I, Ecuador II, random individuals.
 

Folder 25 – Photograph Copies 1

Physical Description: 1. Fifty-nine photographic duplicates of photographs from previous folders.
 

Folder 26 – Photograph Copies 2

Physical Description: 1. Twenty-one photographic duplicates of photographs from previous folders.