Captain’s Log

Shea Oakley, Managing Editor

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Eastern Douglas DC-8-21, N8604, taxis away from the airline’s Unit Terminal Building at New York-JFK heading for its departure runway on a very hazy day, circa-1965. This aircraft had just recently been repainted in the Lippincott and Margulies-designed “New Mark” look, informally far better known as the “hockey-stick livery.”

Photo by Mel Lawrence, Shea Oakley collection

  • VOLUNTEER AIRLINE COLLECTIBLES WRITERS WANTED!

    The online journal of the World Airline Historical Society (WAHS), the Captain’s Log, is looking to add to its current roster of writers.
    We are looking for people who are knowledgeable on specific aspects of airline collecting including, but not limited to, dining service items, ticket jackets, timetables, airline-issue, scale, and kit aircraft models, marketing promos and brochures, swizzle sticks, books, etc. We are also open to pieces on other subjects relevant to the hobby.
    Articles can range from 150-500 words in length and must be sent to us with separate captioned photos/illustrations. We do not enforce a regular schedule for article submissions and topics are chosen by the writer’s themselves with final editorial approval prior to go ahead.
    So if you are interested in writing for the oldest, and only, publication dedicated exclusively to all aspects of airline collecting and history (founded 1977) please send a one to two paragraph writing sample on a relevant topic to the following e-mail: ancientskies1@safeaccess.com.
    Thanks and Happy Collecting!

    Shea Oakley
    Managing Editor

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