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Detroit Metro Airport
Images of Aviation
Mason. Filled with rare archival images, this photo-history examines Detroit Metro Airport (a major Northwest Airlines hub), from its establishment in the late 1920s through its service in World War II as Romulus Army Airfield; its expansion in the late 1940s; its role in the Cold War, when it saw the presence of nuclear weapons; its return to full civilian status by the end of 1971; and the recent installation of upgraded technology and security. 128 pages, approximately 200 B&W photographs, 6½"x 9¼", softcover.
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