Found in 331 Collections and/or Records:
This small collection contains pamphlets, press releases, and photographs celebrating the Brooks Air Force Base Golden Anniversary. The photographs depict various testing devices for pilots.
The collection consists of Dorothy Brower’s sketches and finished artwork as well as medical and non-medical photography, correspondence, non-medical artwork, publications by and about Ms. Brower, reference materials, and medical sculptures.
Brown, a native of Springfield, was a local engineer and designer who helped pioneer several inventions in the aviation and automobile industries. His papers consist of engineering notebooks, personal and business correspondence, blueprints, photographs, original stories and poems, clippings, and a collection of printed materials reflecting his various interests and hobbies.
Contains various materials concerning Patterson Field's transportation squadrons and civilian guards.
The Clayton J. Brukner Papers document the operation of an airplane manufacturing company, which was located in Troy, during the first half of the 20th century. The Collection consists of business records of the Waco Aircraft Company which was owned by Brukner, and various printed materials relating to aviation, books, journals, yearbooks, etc.
This collection consists of 66 drawings by cartoonist Milton Caniff and short biographies of 67 Aviation Hall of Fame inductees.
Newspaper clippings about and a program from the Belmont Park International Air Tournament in 1910
Loose-leaf catalog from Smithsonian SITES exhibit on "Early Flight"
This collection consists of scrapbooks, news clippings, and magazines that Helen Cavanagh collected. The primary topic areas of these materials are: Charles Lindbergh, John F. Kennedy, the Dayton blizzard of 1978, and the Space Program. The Space Program materials largely relate to Neil Armstrong and the 1969 moon landing; however, there is also information on the topics of John Glenn and the Challenger explosion.