Curtiss-Wright Employees
Buffalo, New York

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Click the links above to view employees of Curtiss-Wright in Buffalo from 1929 to 1948.

Listings for Curtiss-Wright employees from the plants in other States, employees
at Buffalo after 1948, and employees of the Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company
prior to 1929 will hopefully be added at some point in the future.

My Grandfather, Norman Donacik, kneeling in the front row, far left, and his
crew on the C-46 line at Plant #2. He was a supervisor/inspector, though I
regret to say that I don't know exactly what he did at Curtiss.

Project 914 Archives (S.Donacik collection) - Larger Image

My Grandfather, Norman Donacik.

Project 914 Archives (S.Donacik collection)

At least half a dozen fellas from Curtiss are seen unloading a Messerschmitt 109
from a trailer either in Buffalo, New York, or maybe Toronto, Ontario, Canada in 1941-42.
The aircraft was on a tour around North America to drum up defense bond sales.

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