Dear Mr. Moreau,
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We searched the National Archives Catalog and located Selected Docket Files, 1938 - 1984 in the Records of the Civil Aeronautics Board (Record Group 197) that may include a file for United Airlines Flight 608 in the accident investigation records. We also located an Index to Case Files and Dockets, 1940 - 1976 in Record Group 197, which may be a partial index to this series. For more information about these records, please contact the National Archives at College Park - Textual Reference (RDT2), via email at Archives2reference@nara.gov.
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We also located an entry for the accident in the Aviation Safety Network’s database that includes a copy of the final accident investigation report by the Civil Aeronautics Board. We suggest that you contact the Aviation Safety Network for advice regarding any additional sources of information that may be available.
We hope this is helpful. Best of luck with your research!
Thank you so much for your response and all of the links and information! I will definitely be following up with the resources that you suggested. Being that it happened so long ago I really wasn't sure where to go with it. So Thank you again, I so very much appreciate your help!
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3 page account of crash with photos. newspapers.com is a pay site.. they do give a free trial period.
Thank you so much Alice, I truly do appreciate that link. That is definitely a good source. Much appreciated.