Catalog Id: 2013.5.12.1
Digital photograph of a metal identification panel, for a Boeing 727-051 aircraft identified as manufacturers serial number 18803. View of panel taken at an angle.This aircraft was the Boeing 727 aircraft used by Northwest Orient Airlines as flight 305, on the day of the DB Cooper hijacking on November 24, 1971. The aircraft was first delivered on April 22, 1965 and registered as N467US with the FAA. Plate is oblong with four holes in the corners for mounting. The plate was removed from the aircraft at the time it was scrapped in 1993.
Catalog Id: 2013.5.12.3
Photograph shows a Boeing 727-051 aircraft, FAA number N467US, in March, 1967, on the runway at Cleveland-Hopkins International airport. This is the same aircraft that would later serve as Northwest Orient Airlines Flight 305, hijacked by DB Cooper en route from Portland, OR, to Seattle, WA, on November 24, 1971.
Catalog Id: 2013.37.2
Digital photograph showing an artist conceptual sketch of "Dan Cooper" aka DB Cooper, who hijacked Northwest Orient Airlines flight 305 on November 24, 1971. Black and white drawing shows a white male with short hair, wearing dark sunglasses, a suit and necktie. Original sketch from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1971.