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My Studio Office, Pre-Computer Age, 1366 East Thomas Rd. Phoenix, AZ ALAN ROTH/ Art DirectionLand, early 1990's

My Studio Office, Pre-Computer Age, 1366 East Thomas Rd. Phoenix, AZ ALAN ROTH/ Art DirectionLand, early 1990's

With Lloyd Bridges On Commercial Shoot, Scottsdale, AZ early 1980's

With Lloyd Bridges On Commercial Shoot, Scottsdale, AZ early 1980's

My great uncle Leonard F. Gibbs (top right) tech sgt./top turret gunner with his crew members of B17 tail # 42-97942 "Heavenly Body II" 8th Air Force 379th Bombardment Group, my hero

My great uncle Leonard F. Gibbs (top right) tech sgt./top turret gunner with his crew members of B17 tail # 42-97942 "Heavenly Body II" 8th Air Force 379th Bombardment Group, my hero

"Still Missing"  (Elizabeth, now at Thirty)

"Still Missing" (Elizabeth, now at Thirty)

Early Self-Promotion  (early 1990's, Phoenix, AZ)

Early Self-Promotion (early 1990's, Phoenix, AZ)

Dirt-cheap purpose-designed kamikaze aircraft, made mainly of wood and steel by unskilled workers and normally powered by obsolete engines, this thing was clumsy to fly and bereft of defensive armament. Nonetheless, it could make about 342 m.p.h., and carried a not inconsiderable 1,760-pound bomb. Also, the weapon had a very useful range (particularly for a one-way trip) of about 750 miles. The undercarriage was supposed to be jettisoned following take-off.

Dirt-cheap purpose-designed kamikaze aircraft, made mainly of wood and steel by unskilled workers and normally powered by obsolete engines, this thing was clumsy to fly and bereft of defensive armament. Nonetheless, it could make about 342 m.p.h., and carried a not inconsiderable 1,760-pound bomb. Also, the weapon had a very useful range (particularly for a one-way trip) of about 750 miles. The undercarriage was supposed to be jettisoned following take-off.

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