#HappyThanksgiving! This year, SFO Museum is thankful for our new office and storage building. One of our favorite additions is the 16-foot high compacting shelving units in our collections storage room. #behindthescenes
#KeliyAndersonStaley has been photographing individuals across the United States using the tintype process, a nineteenth century photographic process that was commonly used in portraiture through the 1930s.
#OnThisDay in 1971, the first of this type of aircraft service started at San Francisco International Airport (SFO). Flown by United, this aircraft was the first three-engine, or tri-jet, wide-body airliner to arrive at SFO. Can you guess what this aircraft is? #avgeek
#Onthisday in 1926, Walter T. Varney, a flight school and air taxi operator from San Francisco, launched his air mail service. Varney Air Lines was acquired by @united Airlines in 1930. #avgeek#MuseumFromHome
#Onthisday in 1926, Walter T. Varney, a flight school and air taxi operator, launched his air mail service. In 1930, his company, Varney Air Lines, was acquired by United Aircraft and Transport Corporation, which is now @united. #avgeek
#Onthisday in 1959, @united & @Delta introduced the Douglas DC-8. Delta’s first DC-8 flight departed from New York Idlewild (later JFK) to Atlanta at 09:20AM. United’s first DC-8 flight departed from @flySFO to NYC 2 hrs & 10 min later. Have you ever flown on a DC-8? #avgeek
#Onthisday in 2017, United Airlines’ last scheduled Boeing 747 flight departed from @flySFO. Recreating the journey of the first United 747 flight from SFO to Honolulu in 1970, the airline threw a farewell party in Terminal 3 of SFO. #AvGeek
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