The Airways Museum Civil Aviation Paintings
The Airways Museum holds two significant paintings. A mural which decorated the foyer of Airservices Australia depicting people and a banner from the Lodge of Aviation No. 531by Harry Fagan.
The Airways Museum holds two significant paintings. The mural which decorated the foyer of Airservices Australia's corporate headquarters depicting people, aircraft and facilities significant in the development of Australia's civil aviation history. http://www.airwaysmuseum.com/Museum%20Mural.htm A banner from the Lodge of Aviation No. 531, painted on cloth in 1976 by Harry Fagan and featuring many of the types of aircraft to have flown in the Melbourne. http://www.airwaysmuseum.com/Museum%20Aviation%20Lodge%20Banner%2005.htm.
These paintings are significant for the role they played in the history of Australian air transport.
see Civil Aviation Historical Society/Airways Museum
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A selection of material is available on line. Further material is held at the Museum.
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