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Allan Janus

Position, Archives Division

National Air and Space Museum

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National Air and Space Museum

14390 Air And Space Museum Parkway

Chantilly, Virginia,20151

United States

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Museum Specialist (Aeronautics)

Smithsonian Institution


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www.airspacemag.com

Armed with a JPG image of the 19- by 15-inch photo, which displays a lanky Lindy standing upright under the Spirit of St. Louis' wing, I contacted Allan Janus, an archivist at the National Air & Space Museum, who recognized the image immediately.
"It's a well known Lindbergh photo," Janus says. "But I don't think any vintage Lindbergh photo could be described as common nowadays." He suggested contacting an appraiser, but said a general idea can be gleaned by investigating the market. "On estimating the value of vintage photographs, I usually recommend keeping an eye on online auction sites like eBay," Janus says. For Lindbergh materials, specifically, Janus recommends a website site devoted to Lindbergh ephemera run by Pat Ranfranz, of Shoreview, Minnesota.


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Allan Janus
Allan Janus works in the Archives Division of the National Air and Space Museum, where he assists researchers and maintains the archives' balloons and airship files. He has organized exhibits for the Museum, including Fauna in the Files, Airships in the Archives, Army Green to Air Force Blue, and When the Going was Good. He also wrote Dog is my Co-Pilot for Air & Space Smithsonian magazine.


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Allan Janus Author's Website Allan Janus works in the Archives Division of the National Air and Space Museum, where he assists researchers and maintains the archives' balloons and airship files. He has organized exhibits for the Museum, including Fauna in the Files, Airships in the Archives, Army Green to Air Force Blue, and When the Going was Good. He also wrote Dog is my Co-Pilot for Air & Space Smithsonian magazine. Janus is also a well-known photographer, whose work is represented in the National Museum of American Art, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, and the Baltimore Museum of Art. Janus grew up in the Washington D.C. area, and currently lives in Washington Grove, Maryland, with two decidedly earth-bound cats, Max and Maxine.


www.bunkerhillpublishing.com

Animals Aloft by Allan Janus
Allan Janus works in the Archives Division of the National Air and Space Museum, where he assists researchers and maintains the archives' balloons and airship files. He has organized exhibits for the Museum, including Fauna in the Files, Airships in the Archives, Army Green to Air Force Blue, and When the Going was Good. He also wrote Dog is my Co-Pilot for Air & Space Smithsonian magazine. Janus is also a well-known photographer, whose work is represented in the National Museum of American Art, The Corcoran Gallery of Art, and the Baltimore Museum of Art. Janus grew up in the Washington D.C. area, and currently lives in Washington Grove, Maryland, with two decidedly earth-bound cats, Max and Maxine.


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- Air & Space Magazine, citing Allan Janus, an archivist at the National Air and Space Museum


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