In fact I became a pilot, FW & RW before even getting my driver's license!
I'm curious as to the owners, purpose, and disposition of this airplane (N33623.) I have an immense collection of Northeast Airlines memorabelia (and practcally every other U.S. "Trunk" and "Local Service" carrier.) As I move along in life, I fear that my wife will toss everything in some dumpster upon my demise.
I have no desire to put my executor through the rigmarole of eBay or whatever. To whom can I bequeath my collection where it will be well taken care of, catalogued, and available to fellow junkies? I've donated quite a bit of Eastern Air Lines memorabelia to the RDU Airport Authority...Eastern having been the first carrier to operate out of the "new" RDU airport ca. 1945. (Frankly, Eastern was always my nemesis what with me being an NE devotee.)
I've read bits and pieces about an NEA-intense organization in something like Augusta or Auburn, Maine.
Any ideas or plans I can make to keep my collection usable to the airliner-nut world after I go to the big penalty box in the sky?
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