Ted Fisch in B18 cockpit, no. 1 (4.14.1501)
|Ted Fisch in B18 cockpit, no. 1|
|Dimensions||7.0625 in. x 5 in.|
|Donor||[[William H. Bartsch|Template:William H. Bartsch]][[Category:Artifacts donated by Template:William H. Bartsch]]|
|Date||1 May 1940 - 8 December 1941|
Ted Fisch in B18 cockpit, no. 1 (BenHaven archives reference no.: 4.14.1501) Ted Fisch in a B18 cockpit. His beard is part of the base commander's effort to boost morale, by requiring everyone on base to grow a beard. Ted was stationed at Clark Field. Whether the photograph was taken at Clark Field is unknown.
William H. Bartsch provided a photographic copy of this image, originally made available by Miriam Pachacki, Ted Fisch's widow. The photograph appears in December 8, 1941: MacArthur's Pearl Harbor by William H. Bartsch. The copy and accompanying correspondence are part of the Alfred R. Young papers in The BenHaven Archives.
This document is Artifact 4.14.1501 in the BenHaven Archives.