USAAF Nose Art Research Project


 

IOOF of Texas
B-17F

Appearance
IOOF of Texas John Beaber via IOOF of Texas
John Beaber via IOOF of Texas

Close study of this image suggests that the name was applied to a photograph and thus indicating that an actual aircraft may not have been named as such. The same photograph appears to have been used in the "naming" of its sister ship ("Lone Star Rebekah of Texas")also purchased my members of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows of Texas as a result of their highly successful War Bond Drive in August 1942.





 
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