The Wedell-Wiliiams Aviation & Cypress Sawmill Museum Patterson is a branch of the Louisiana State Museum located at 118 Cotten Road, Patterson, Louisiana, United States. It covers the aviation and industrial history of Louisiana

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McDonnell F-4N Phantom II Bu No. 152986

Wedell-Williams Aviation Collection

Weddell-Williams Racer 121 Replica Reg. No. NR61Y

Weddell-Williams Racer 45 Replica Reg. No. NR62Y

Weddell-Williams Racer 22 Replica Reg. No. NR60Y

Weddell-Williams Racer 92 Replica Reg. No. NR536V

Stearman Crop Duster Reg. No. NC31654

Mono Aircraft Monocoupe D-145 Reg. No. NC17687Wee-Will Junior 8 Replica Reg. No. N1961M

Weddell-Williams Racer 17.

 

Beechcraft D-17S Staggerwing, Reg. No. N278WW.

Patterson Cypress Sawmill Museums

The stump is over 800 years old.

The brown bale is Spanish Moss and in the next 3 photos is a machinery used to clean it. In the early 1900s it was used commercially in the padding of car seats. In 1939 over 10,000 tons of processed Spanish moss was produced and as an ingredient in the traditional wall covering material Bousillage. Bousillage is a mixture of clay and grass or other fibrous substances used as the in fill between the timbers of a half-timbered building.

 

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