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The United Airlines Historical Foundation (UAHF) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to preserve the past of United Airlines and its predecessor companies in order to educate and inspire future generations to pursue a career in the aviation field. It... more.
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United Airlines Historical Foundation >> Board Members
Barbara Hanson, Retired UAL Senior Staff Representative United Airlines Archives-Corporate Communications, Member RUAEA, Fellow-San Francisco Aeronautical Society, Member - American Association of Museums, Society of American Archivists, Oral History Association, Member United Alumni group, Member RUPA - Illinois Chapter, Lifetime Member - Hiller Aviation Museum
Archive Committee : Barb Hanson - Chair, Dale Dopkins, Patricia Dudley, Tom Goodyear, Georgia Nielsen, History and Collections Committee: Tom Goodyear - Chair, Barb Hanson, Carole Fry Tye Website Committee: Barb Hanson - Chair, Carole Fry Tye
In 2004, United's Archive Coordinator, Barbara Hanson embarked on a project to identify and sort the company's extensive collection of flight attendant uniforms dating back to the founding date of the profession on May 15, 1930.Hanson sought out retired flight attendants to assist in the volunteer project. Just when the project had gained great momentum, the archive program at United was cancelled early in 2005 and Hanson opted to retire.Hanson, who is now UAHF's Executive Vice President, headed up the effort again enlisting the help of the volunteers who assisted previously.These caring retired flight attendants and one administrative worker remain eager to continue to preserve an important part of the legacy of the flight attendant profession.They are pictured below: Uniform GroupLeft to right: Karen Tilton, Carole Gurdak, Nancy Terrell, Barb Hanson, Carole Tye, Linda Davis and Marlene Dudek.
United Airlines Historical Foundation
Baxley contacted Barbara Hanson, Archive Coordinator at United Airlines World Headquarters in suburban Chicago who offered to assume responsibility for this valuable artifact and incorporate it into the company's large artifact collection.
In 2007, with approval from United's Creative Services Department, Hanson received clearance to transfer the prop to the Denver Flight Center.
Secretary: Barbara J. Hanson, retired United Airlines Archivist, Feb. 4, 2005, WHQAL-Creative Services, RUAEA memberExecutive Committee - WHQ: Bill Belmonte, Barb Hanson Terry Tress and Barb Hanson asked to be removed.History and Collections Committee: Tom Goodyear, Terry Tress and Barb Hanson
In 2004, UnitedÕs Archive Coordinator, Barbara Hanson embarked on a project to identify and sort the United Onboard DivisionÕs extensive collection of flight attendant uniforms dating back to the founding date of the profession on May 15, 1930.
Hanson sought out retired flight attendants to assist in the volunteer project. Just when the project had gained great momentum, the archive program at United was cancelled early in 2005 and Hanson opted to retire. Hanson, who is now UAHFÕs Executive Vice President of the UAHF, headed up the effort again enlisting the help of the volunteers who assisted previously. Retired Archive Coordinator -Barb Hanson, 704 W. George Street, Arlington Heights, IL 60005,