One of two murals created by artist Charles Felix Jones in the 1930s will go on display on Thursday at the Kansas Aviation Museum. The paintings have been in storage for several years. (December 2, 2012)
One of two murals created by artist Charles Felix Jones in the 1930s will go on display on Thursday at the Kansas Aviation Museum. The paintings have been in storage for several years. (December 2, 2012) The Wichita Eagle
One of two murals created by artist Charles Felix Jones in the 1930s will go on display on Thursday at the Kansas Aviation Museum. The paintings have been in storage for several years. (December 2, 2012) The Wichita Eagle

Light finally shines on aviation murals

December 06, 2012 8:15 AM

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