5 - 7 October 2006
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SEAPLANE PHOTOGRAPH FROM CAPTAIN ARCHER'S QUARTERS
A sepia tone photograph of a Pan American seaplane flying above San Francisco's Golden Gate bridge -- 24x16½in., framed -- used in Captain Archer's quarters on Star Trek: Enterprise; accompanied by a color Xerox of set dressing continuity photo, showing placement on set (2)
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Set decorator James Mees tried to create a sense of family history with the set dressing in Archer's quarters and ready room. We never learned the story behind this photo, but we speculate that one of Archer's ancestors was a pilot for Pan Am.
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