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Braniff's very first luggage label, 1929.
Big-Tex in Braniff's home city, Dallas
Braniff Inflight Magazine
Featuring "Big-Tex"
The Texas State Fair Mascot

B-Liner Editor Pat Zahrt.
Shown deplaning a Braniff DC-4 in the 1950s.
Pat is dressed all in black,
is about six feet tall and has red hair.
She is standing behind and to
the left on the well dressed man in the suit and hat.

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via "The Zahrt collection"
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The legendary 707-227 in-flight
The Beautiful "Chuck Beard" 707-227
in-flight over Washinton State.
This paint scheme was nicknamed "Rudolf"
by Braniff engineers because of the "red" nose.