“Each painting in this series has the color RED, as RED is the color of Love; it is through love that we experience the best in life.
And those are the moments we cherish forever.”

G. Newton, E. George, J. Perry and M. Thurber pose in front of the De Havilland DH-4B. The plane had the beautifully distinct markings of a RED propeller and tail. The new aircraft cost approximate $11,000. It was highly advanced in its day as it flew in record breaking time from San Diego, CA to Jacksonville FL in 22 hours and 27 minutes on Feb 24, 1921. Unfortunately, on its return flight one month later, the plane crashed in Crowley, Louisiana and killed its pilot, Lt. William Devoe Coney.
" /> “Each painting in this series has the color RED, as RED is the color of Love; it is through love that we experience the best in life.
And those are the moments we cherish forever.”

G. Newton, E. George, J. Perry and M. Thurber pose in front of the De Havilland DH-4B. The plane had the beautifully distinct markings of a RED propeller and tail. The new aircraft cost approximate $11,000. It was highly advanced in its day as it flew in record breaking time from San Diego, CA to Jacksonville FL in 22 hours and 27 minutes on Feb 24, 1921. Unfortunately, on its return flight one month later, the plane crashed in Crowley, Louisiana and killed its pilot, Lt. William Devoe Coney.
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De Havilland DH-4B P-1585

"The Roaring 20's ~ Transportation Beaches Style" Historic Black & white photo’s painted in living color.
“Each painting in this series has the color RED, as RED is the color of Love; it is through love that we experience the best in life.
And those are the moments we cherish forever.”

G. Newton, E. George, J. Perry and M. Thurber pose in front of the De Havilland DH-4B. The plane had the beautifully distinct markings of a RED propeller and tail. The new aircraft cost approximate $11,000. It was highly advanced in its day as it flew in record breaking time from San Diego, CA to Jacksonville FL in 22 hours and 27 minutes on Feb 24, 1921. Unfortunately, on its return flight one month later, the plane crashed in Crowley, Louisiana and killed its pilot, Lt. William Devoe Coney.