Found in 331 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists primarily of correspondence from the Dayton City Manager’s files pertaining to the establishment of a municipally owned airport in Dayton, Ohio.
The collection consists of a single metal badge/pin (believed to be copper). The front of the pin includes an image of a biplane, the text "The Dayton Wright Airplane Co. Dayton Ohio," and the number 15046 (presumably an employee identification number of some kind). The item measures approximately 1-1/2 inches wide by 1-1/8 inches tall.
The collection contains 156 large format glass plate negatives and 63 nitrate negatives depicting factory workers, interior and exterior plant views, airplane assembly, and completed airplanes from a Dayton manufacturer of World War I aircraft.
The collection consists of seven Dayton-Wright Company "Record of Employee" envelopes spanning the period 1922 to 1924. Each envelope provides the following information: name of the employee, address, marital status, age, person to notify in case of emergency, date of employment, department assigned, foreman of the department, rate of pay, and class of work. Inside the envelope are pay slips and other information about the employee, including the reason for termination.
This collection contains a photograph album, engine manual, and two panoramic photos, documenting aviation and daily life for Staff Sergeant Mike Deitz, a member of the 49th Bombardment Squadron at Aberdeen, Maryland.
This collection consists of three photos; two are reprints of Doolittle's Raiders taking off from the deck of the aircraft carrier, USS Hornet (CV-8). The other, larger, photo is a copy of Bud Golem's painting Memories which depicts the inside cockpit of a Doolittle Raider on takeoff.