David Lynn Collection

Concrete Installation World War I era Hicks Field
Summary: 10 color 4 by 6 inches photographs taken by donor of areas on his and a neighbor's property in 2002. Lynn was researching the origins of these concrete installations at the archives. As best as could be determined, they are believed to be remnants of the aerial gunnery fields built during World War I, slightly west of Hicks Field. Several names could be read that had been inscribed in the concrete; any information on their owners was unknown.
  • Concrete Installations, World War I era, Hicks Field region - some with inscriptions
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