Description for exhibits category. Generally, what Dee Howard exhibits represent, why it is important today, who might be interested and why, and how the items were obtained and by who. Any other relevant information. Specific information appears on the individual location page.
San Antonio International Airport Exhibit
Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) Exhibit
Lone Star Flight Museum Exhibit
1940 Air Terminal Museum
Raleigh-Durham International Airport Exhibit
UTSA Klesse College of Engineering and Integrated Design Exhibit
History of aviation in the San Antonio region
The Striking Lines of the Howard 250 Executive
Of the countless captivating stories centered around the people and aircraft of World War II, most are understandably focused on the war effort itself. From tales of ferocious aerial battles above European farm fields to bombing missions in the Pacific Theatre, there was a lot of action, and military aircraft were in the midst of it all.
Dee's Legend Lives On
Subtitled "A History of the National Business Aircraft Association 1940-1986", this book in the 1940 Air Terminal Museum's collection features a handsome cover illustration of what appears to be a Dee Howard conversion of a Lockheed Lodestar, not unlike the museum's own example of the type.