The Museum are pleased to announce that cataloguing is almost complete on the virtual cornocopia of materials discovered six months ago in an old conex container located behind Corky's Office. Although it was originally thought that the materials would be limited to "Corky Memorabilia", a number of boxes --apparently given to Corky at some point for safekeeping-- belonged to such other notables as Jake Cutter and Quinton McHale. Despite their years of storage, most of the materials are in remarkably good condition and will undoubtedly be of inestimable value to historians.
Some of the materials have been transferred to the Amelia Earhart Research Organization ("AERO"]. AERO has already made some of those items available for viewing here.
Due to space limitations at Corky's Office, a new exhibit showcasing the remainder of these materials is being prepared at the St Hubert Hangar. Please check this site for news of its opening.