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Aviation. (1930, April 5). Boeing installs the airplane telephone. Aviation, 28(14), 58.

Aviation. (1933, March). Airport signal gun. Aviation, 32(3), 100.

Aviation. (1933, August). Airport lighting control desk. Aviation, 32(8), 240.

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