The 1950s are done!

I made a big push to finish the fifties, i.e., 1952 to 1959, and I am happy to say that they are all done, except for some minor formatting changes. The history of the Stearmans working in New Brunswick is divided into two sections: the fifties and the sixties (with a little bit in the 70s). The fifties has been the most daunting and detail filled portion, with hundreds of Stearmans arriving from across Canada and the U.S., and ended in the Gap Year, 1959, when spraying stopped as Operation Budworm was deemed a success. I’m going to take a break for a while, but I will be adding details to Aerial Visuals in the meantime.

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