One day, if memory serves correctly (and it rarely does anymore), Ray Wagner appeared in my drafting class at Crawford and consulted with my instructor Warren Marley. Ray was writing
an article for a British aviation publication and needed someone to
make drawings of the XB-19. How I got the job I'll never
know. I didn't get paid and, perusing the article below, now
realize I didn't get credit. Many years later I was writing a book
on the USS Saratoga (CV-3) and headed down to the San Diego Aerospace
Museum to look for airplane photos. Retired from teaching, Ray was
now the archivist for the museum library and most helpful.