Black and white photograph (overexposed) of a handmade, single-engine airplane built by Les Long. The airfield is most likely the Bernard Airport in Beaverton, Oregon, once considered the busiest non-commercial airport in the United States and famous for its hand built, amateur aircraft. Built on the site of a failed movie studio, the airport itself was replaced in 1969 by Beaverton Mall.
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