The NASM reference prompted me to take a look at their digital image index list (81 pages long!) of the images on their old (obsolete)12 inch Laser disk #1, of some 100,000 digital aircraft images from their archives. There are 100s of thousands more aviation & space images in other disks in the series. And they come with a great printed finding aid, as well. They show a set of some 42 images of the CW-32, being in the range from Image # IA-26663 to IA-26705. One can type in the specific image # and go directly to a small and large version of each digital image, when using an "obsolete" 12" laser disk player. When I acquired these disks, as a gift from NASM, years ago, I needed one of these 12 inch laser disk players. They used to sell in the $500-$800 range. I picked up a very good one on Ebay (as being obsolete tech) for $15 (Orig, $599 and it even came with a couple of laser disk movies!)plus about $15 for the shipping! I'm sure one could use a computer image capture program to download the desired digital images to your computer files, with a standard cable imput from the laser disk player, but I have never had time to experiment with that. I've been viewing them with the laser disk player feeding into a regular TV screen, for reference work.