Las Vegas Sun

February 8, 2016

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The blanket-wrapped body of film actress Carole Lombard is removed from the shattered wreckage of the Los Angeles bound TWA air liner on Table Mountain, near Las Vegas, Nev., on Jan. 18, 1942.  Lombard, 33, who was on tour to sell war bonds, and 21 other passengers, were killed when the plane crashed into the cliff high on the snow-covered mountain on Jan. 16.  In the background are searchers looking for other bodies.

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The blanket-wrapped body of film actress Carole Lombard is removed from the shattered wreckage of the Los Angeles bound TWA air liner on Table Mountain, near Las Vegas, Nev., on Jan. 18, 1942. Lombard, 33, who was on tour to sell war bonds, and 21 other passengers, were killed when the plane crashed into the cliff high on the snow-covered mountain on Jan. 16. In the background are searchers looking for other bodies.