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"It was great being at the Planes of Fame Air Museum yesterday. I'm so glad Sandy recruited me for the occasion. It was a worthwhile experience and I really enjoyed participating in the event. I must compliment you and all concerned on the extremely organized function. Enclosed are a couple photos of me wearing my 65-year old helmet, goggles and oxygen mask, which ended up like the paparazzi (taking pictures)."

Selwyn L., San Diego, CA
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Research Library



Library Mission
The Research Library of Planes of Fame Air Museum encourages the use of its materials to advance aviation education for Museum staff, volunteers, members, as well as the public. The mission of the Research Library is to collect, preserve, and make available its resources for the research of aeronautical knowledge.

About the Library
For decades, Museum members and supporters have been donating their aviation books to Planes of Fame Air Museum to provide an aviation research library to the public. Diligent volunteers manage a library that contains over 10,000 volumes aircraft-related books with more resources being added in the future.


Library Hours

Tuesdays and Saturdays 10:00 am until 4:00 pm

Who Can Use The Library?
The Library is open to Museum volunteers, members, staff, and the general public. Use of the Library is included in the price of Museum admission.  Use is free for Museum members.  Fees are charged for photocopies and media reproductions.

Policies

  • We are a non-lending library, so all research must be done in the library.
  • Books cannot be removed from Planes of Fame Air Museum.
  • No food or drinks are allowed in the library.
  • Bottled water can be brought into the Library as long as it is kept away from our computers.
  • Large backpacks, briefcases or handbags are not allowed in the library. You may be asked to return any of these items to your car.
  • Please silence all electronic devices.
  • Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

Directions
The Library is located across from the Foreign Hangar (see the Museum's map on the website). Directions to the Museum are provided on the Museum’s website.

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