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[[image caption]] APPLYING THE FINISHING TOUCH. George C. Weaver, 19, of 4536 Lowell street northwest, has been building models as long as he can remember. His father, the late George (Buck) Weaver, was a pioneer aviator and founder of the aircraft company that built Waco planes, so it was natural that George's first models were planes. Above is model of a bungalow of his own design.
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Transcription Notes:
1st image on right is cut off, but appears to be tail of plane 2nd image on left is circular, Weaver leans over a model train 2nd image on right is cut off, but appears to be an ad for the publication itself

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