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Restoration and Authenticity

  • Martin Harwit

Abstract

In June 1988, three years after restoration of the Enola Gay had begun, Richard D. Horigan, Jr., the restoration shop foreman, provided me with a history on the work that had been accomplished to date.

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  1. 1.
    Richard Horigan, through Lin Ezell and Don Lopez, to Martin Harwit, Memorandum on “Enola Gay Restoration Update,” June 2, 1988, NASM/MH.Google Scholar
  2. 2.
    Lin Ezell, through Don Lopez, to Martin Harwit, Memorandum on “Enola Gay Restoration at NASM,” May 2, 1988; Lin Ezell and Steven Soter, Memorandum on “Enola Gay Restoration Display,” to Martin Harwit and eleven other members of the NASM staff, May 16, 1988, NASM/MH.Google Scholar
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    Lin Ezell to Von Hardesty and Bob Mikesh, Memorandum on “Enola Gay Restoration Project,” June 15, 1988, NASM/MH.Google Scholar
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    Robert C. Mikesh, through Von Hardesty, to Lin Ezell, Memorandum on “Enola Gay Restoration Project,” June 29, 1988, NASM/MH.Google Scholar
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    Richard Horigan to Lin Ezell, Memorandum on “Enola Gay Restoration,” July 8, 1988, NASM/MH.Google Scholar
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    Richard Horigan, through Lin Ezell, to Martin Harwit, Memorandum on “Enola Gay Restoration Update,” August 4, 1989, NASM/MH.Google Scholar
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    Linda Neuman Ezell, letter to David C. Knowlen, July 24, 1991, NASM/MH.Google Scholar
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    Martin Harwit, letter to David C. Knowlen, July 26, 1991, NASM/MH.Google Scholar
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    Martin Harwit, letter to Walter Roderick, August 23, 1991, NASM/MH.Google Scholar
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    Richard Horigan, through Lin Ezell, to Martin Harwit, Memorandum on “Enola Gay Restoration Update,” October 10, 1991, NASM/MH.Google Scholar
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    Lin Ezell, informal note to Martin Harwit and Wendy Stephens on “Enola Gay Facts and Figures,” December 11, 1991, NASM/MH.Google Scholar
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    William Reese, through Lin Ezell, to Martin Harwit, Memorandum on “Enola Gay Restoration Update,” September 1, 1993, NASM/MH.Google Scholar
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    E.T. Wooldridge, letter to John Cornet, May 20, 1986, Carmen Turner File, tab 7, NASM/MH.Google Scholar
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    Don Ofte, letter to Walter J. Boyne, June 26, 1986, Carmen Turner File, tab 7, NASM/MH.Google Scholar
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    Richard E. Malenfant, letter to Robert Mikesh, March 7, 1988, Carmen Turner File, tab 7, NASM/MH.Google Scholar
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    Richard E. Malenfant, letter to Robert C. Mikesh, October 3, 1988, Carmen Turner File, tab 7, NASM/MH.Google Scholar
  17. 17.
    Meeting with George Robinson and Dominic Pisano, July 12, 1989, 9:30 A.M.Google Scholar
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    Martin Harwit, letter to Dr. Siegfried Hecker, August 16, 1989, NASM/MH, Carmen Turner File, tab 7, NASM/MH.Google Scholar
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    S.S. Hecker, letter to Martin Harwit, September 19, 1989, Carmen Turner File, tab 7, NASM/MH.Google Scholar
  20. 20.
    Dom Pisano, “Memorandum for The Record on ‘Atomic Bomb,’” November 9, 1989, Carmen Turner File, tab 7, NASM/MH.Google Scholar
  21. 21.
    Tom Crouch and Dom Pisano, letter to Martin Harwit, Memorandum on “Atomic Bomb,” February 7, 1991, NASM/MH.Google Scholar
  22. 22.
    Meeting held March 26, 1991, 2:00 P.M.Google Scholar
  23. 23.
    Martin Harwit, “Notes for Carmen Turner on the Enola Gay’s Proposed Exhibition,” August 11, 1991, Carmen Turner File, Cover Note, NASM/MH.Google Scholar

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