PHOTOGRAPHIC COLLECTION OF LEE. N. CLARK
OF THE 19TH BOMB GROUP, 5TH AIR FORCE, USAAC

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Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

Indian Head Insignia of the 19th Bomb Group,
93rd Squadron on Lee N. Clark's Flight Jacket

 


Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

B-17 Flying Fortress Suzy-Q (Susique)

 


Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

B-17 Flying Fortress "Hell-from-Heaven-Men"

 

 


Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

USAAF B-17E Flying Fortress #41-9012 damaged by fire at Mareeba airfield on 5 November 1942. 

 


Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

USAAF B-17E Flying Fortress #41-9012 damaged by fire at Mareeba airfield on 5 November 1942. 

 


Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

B-17F Flying Fortress #41-24428 of the 19th Bombardment Group, crashed at Mareeba

 


Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

Ode to Lee N. Clark by Felix Hardison, pilot of Suzy-Q

 


Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

 Bombs over Rabaul

 


Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

Taxpayer's Pride at Mareeba airfield  

 


Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

Taxpayer's Pride at Mareeba airfield  

 

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Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

93rd Bomb Squadron Combat Men

 


Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

Lee N. Clark and Colin Kelly's bomb-aimer Meyer Levin

 


Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

Lee N. Clark with an orphaned Joey Kangaroo

 


Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

P-40-E-1617. You can just make out the "E 1617" at rear of fuselage.

 


Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

B-17 Flying Fortresses at Mareeba airfield. 2nd aircraft from the left is #41-2695

 


Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

Close-up of the above photograph

 


Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

B-17 Flying Fortress taking off from Mareeba airfield for a mission to New Guinea

 


Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

Unknown B-17 Flying Fortress at Mareeba airfield

 


Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

Mater Hospital Rockhampton

 


Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

Second Class Rail Ticket for Defence Force
in Uniform 31 July to 13 August 1942

 


Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

Brisbane Tramways Ticket

 


Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

Woolworth docket

 


Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

Docket for Charles R. Smith & Co., The Modern Men's Wear,
71-73 Abbott St., Cairns, phone 2410

 


Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

Native women beside a B-17 Flying Fortress in New Guinea

 


 


Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

B-17 Flying Fortress "Balls of Fire" #41-24592

 


Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

B-17 Flying Fortress "Balls of Fire" #41-24592

 


Lee N. Clark Photographic Collection

Don Clark on left, flying a B-17 Flying Fortress

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I'd like to thank Donald Clark, of Llano, Texas, U.S.A, son of Lee N. Clark for his assistance with this web page. Lee N. Clark served with the 93rd Bomb Squadron, 19th Bomb Group in 1942. Don Clark grew up hearing stories about the Suzy-Q, Swoose, and all the other planes of the 19th Bomb Group (see below). In later years Lee. N. Clark attended 19th Bomb Group reunions.

 

List of  Aircraft mentioned in Lee N. Clark's diary:-

B-17 Flying Fortress
Suzie-Q, Tax Payers Pride, Miscarriage, Topper, The Clown House, Tug Boat Annie, Daylight Limited, Frank Buck, Flag Ship, Tojio's Jinx,Crock of Crap, Phantom, Why don't we do this more often, El-Toro, Exterminator, Snafu, Mugalunk, Hell from Heaven Men, Okalahoma Wild Men, Spawn of Hell, Yanks from Hell. 

B-24 Liberator
Cowtown's Revenge.

 

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