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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, September 08, 1946, Image 111

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—The public interest in ^^"^"and Geodetic
study of High* charts for *e flights^
Purvey and checks of n® surveys dating back |
&“.c.«' "r.. K *• ''T±
over o century and stored^ ^ 2 ^ Maple
Arnold H. Irons, Glen Echo, Md., makes corrections from a proof. Wordage
is set in type and transferred to a chart, rather than handlettered.
Chief of the Division of Charts is Copt. Frank S. Borden, 3611
Chesapeake street N.W., pictured going over a chart with the assis
tant chief, John D. Kay, 1533 Mount Eagle place, Alexandria.
, • * .. • -
Jeanne A Donovan, 702 Longfellow street N.W., and Truman Carter, 2905
Allison street, Mount Rainier, Md., compile the data for an airways chart.
The charts are printed on a two-color
Schneider, 3304 Perry street, Mount Rainier,
press at a rapid rate. Here John B.
examines one of the copies.

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