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Belvin Wooten Maynard, at center, with his dog “Trixie,” and his mechanic William Kline.

Belvin Wooten Maynard, at center, with his dog 'Trixie,' and his mechanic William Kline.

Belvin Wooten Maynard, at center, with his dog “Trixie,” and his mechanic William Kline. Belvin Maynard was a pilot for whom the first airfield in the Winston-Salem area was named in 1919.

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  1. This is my husband’s (Stephen P. Maynard) grandfather Belvin Womble (not Wooten) Maynard, better known as “The Flying Parson”. Wonderful picture we haven’t seen before. Where did you aquire it? Thank you, Belinda B Maynard

  2. I requested and received a scan of this photo from Martha Rawls two or three years ago.
    I would like permission to reproduce it in a book that I will be published by McFarland and Co. early next year. At the time I received the scan, Martha Rawls sent me an email stating that I would need permission from the North Carolina Archives to reproduce the photo. When I contacted the archives last week, I received an email saying that the photo belonged to your library, and that you could grant me permission. (I am sending the complete set of earlier emails to M. Rawls.)
    What do I need to do to request permission to reproduce the photo?

    Thank you,
    Mike Gough

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