The photograph is from a scrapbook owned by Larry Lufkin and posted by EWU with Lufkin's permission
The photograph was scanned from a scrapbook owned by Larry Lufkin.
A parachute used for smokejumping experiments is inflated on the ground. The vents used to control descent are visible. The number in the lower margin (388821) likely correspond to a photo identification number used by the National Archives and Records Administration. This photograph was taken during smokejumping experiments in Winthrop, Washington in 1939.
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