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Send a postcard from the Canada Aviation and Space Museum by selecting one of the images below.

J.A.D. McCurdy at the controls of the Silver Dart for its first flight, on 6 December 1908
The old and the new: a Western Canada Airways Fokker Super-Universal, c. 1930
Wallace Rupert Turnbull during the test flights of his variable-pitch propeller, June 1927
Bush flying : two Western Canada Airways Fokker Super-Universal, c. 1930
Gertrude de La Vergne, the first woman in Alberta to obtain a pilot’s licence, 1928
The first Avro CF-105 Arrow supersonic fighter in front of the company's hangars, 1957
Northern wings : loading the mail on a Bellanca Pacemaker, 1930s
The crew of the very first Avro Lancaster heavy bomber built in Canada, 1943
A workhorse at rest : a Fairchild FC2W-2 operated by Northern Airways, 1944
The British rigid airship R 100 moored at the Saint-Hubert (Quebec) tower, 1930
Winter scene: the de Havilland Canada Beaver flown by Wardair between 1956 and 1968
At work: the Canada Aviation Museum’s de Havilland Canada Beaver
Air mail in 1939: A Lockheed 14 Super-Electra operated by Trans-Canada Air Lines
The members of Flying Seven, Canada’s first women flying club, late 1930s
Brave yet careful, this parachutist did not make a jump with this equipment, June 1947
Flying in style : the cabin of a Trans-Canada Air Lines Lockheed 14 Super-Electra
Aeronautical high tech: the sixth Avro CF-105 Arrow under construction, 1959
Profile of the Canada Aviation Museum’s replica of the AEA Silver Dart, 1959
The Borel-Morane of Frenchman Jules Védrines during the Paris-Madrid race, May 1911
Profile of the world's second jet-powered airliner, the Avro Canada Jetliner, 1949
Profile of Canada’s Avro CF-105 Arrow supersonic fighter, 1959
Profile of the Avro Lancaster X heavy bomber of the Canada Aviation Museum, 1945
Profile of the Canada Aviation Museum's Canadair CL-84 Dynavert, c. 1970
Profile of La Vigilance, the Curtiss HS-2L of the Canada Aviation Museum, c. 1922
Profile of the Canada Aviation Museum’s Curtiss JN-4 Canuck, c. 1918
Profile of the Canada Aviation Museum's Curtiss Seagull flying boat, c. 1920
The first de Havilland Canada Beaver, on display at the Canada Aviation Museum, c. 1980
Profile of the Canada Aviation Museum's de Havilland Cirrus Moth, 1930s
Profile of the Hawker Hurricane XII  fighter of the Canada Aviation Museum. C. 1942
Profile of the spectacular Messerschmitt Me 163B-1a Komet rocket plane, 1945
Profile of the Canada Aviation Museum’s Royal Aircraft Factory BE.2c, c. 1916
Profile of the Canada Aviation Museum's Sikorsky HO4S-3 helicopter, c. 1970
Profile of the Sopwith Snipe fighter plane of the Canada Aviation Museum, c. 1918
Profile of the Canada Aviation Museum’s Stearman Senior Speedmail mailplane, c. 1931
Profile of one of the Canada Aviation Museum’s Supermarine Spitfire fighters, c. 1944