Archive of material related to the military service of Tuskegee airman Joseph Claborn Curry (1915-1959), including:
1. 10 silver print photographs, 3 by 5 to 8 by 10 inches, including a photograph of Curry entering the cockpit of his plane, matted and framed; a portrait of Curry with 2 black and one white airman standing at attention, matted and framed; 3 small group portraits of Tuskegee pilots; and 5 portraits of Curry in uniform, including one cockpit portrait; varying condition.
2. Two Air Force uniforms, one khaki and one navy blue, each consisting of a jacket and slacks.
3. A copy of the Tuskegee Army Flying School yearbook for 1942, 8 patches and epaulettes, paperwork and other ephemera related to Curry's service.
Curry entered Army Air Cadet training at Tuskegee in October 1942 and was commissioned Second Lieutenant in December 1943, afterwards serving as Communication Officer, stationed at Tuskegee. He received an honorable discharge in March of 1946 and was called back to duty during the Korean War, with the promotion First Lieutenant. He died in a freak accident on the Air Base at Sculthrope, England in 1959.