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Work details

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Applicant or licensee name:
Simon Gunn
Applicant or licensee country:
United Kingdom
Application number:
Application date:
Status of application:
Application Withdrawn
Title or short description:
"Baby" Porte Boat, Shetland Isles
Full description:
Photo of Porte Baby flying boat no.9807 at RAF Catfirth in 1918. In the photo there are about 30 airman on the aircraft, posing for the photo. Believe the photo to commemorate the arrival of the first ever flight to Shetland.
Still visual art
Type of work:
Museum, gallery, library or archive holding the work:
Imperial War Museum, London
Details and dates of publication, broadcast and/or distribution:
It is in a book: The North Atlantic Front by James Miller, 2005


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Known creators or right holders

Type Located Name
Creator No Lieutenant C Jowsey

Known identifiers

eg International Standard Book Number (ISBN)

Type Identifier
ISSN (International Standard Serial Number) Imperial War Museum has it listed as Q 102210