Found in 331 Collections and/or Records:
The Robert L. Cavanagh Aviation Collection contains extensive research on a variety of aircraft, including detailed information on the Boeing P-12. The collection also contains a wide variety of aircraft photographs, along with negatives, slides, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and photograph albums.
Information concerning the celebrations of the Centennial of Flight, 2003.
The collection consists of one issue of National Geographic (Sept. 1934) with an article by Anne Morrow Lindbergh, signed by both Anne and Charles Lindbergh.
This small collection contains two items. The first is a letter from Charles Lindbergh to Charles I. Barron, M.D., expressing his appreciation to Dr. Barron for permitting him to undergo decompression tests in Lockheed Aircraft Company's high-altitude chamber. The second item is Lindbergh's electrocardiogram from a Flight Personnel Examination.
Photographs and newspapers concerning Charlie Taylor.
The Cincinnati Parachute Club was one of the first parachute clubs in the country. Their jumps were mostly at Western Hills Airport in Cincinnati, Ohio. The collection focuses on one member of the club, Quentin Honnert. The collection is composed of largely photographs from jumps in Ohio and Indiana. There is also pages from a logbook, a newspaper article page, and a member agreement for Honnert for the club.
The collection consists primarily of correspondence, published reports, and bulletins of the United States Civil Aeronautics Administration. The records in this collection were created from the Clayton Bruckner Papers (MS-109).
The Civil Aviation Medical Association is a non-profit international medical association concerned with the safety of civil aviators. It is affiliated with the Aerospace Medical Association. The records generally consist of correspondence, meeting minutes, brochures, and the association’s newsletter.
This collection contains photos of the 1929 Cleveland Air Races and souvenir programs from the 1931, 1932, and 1934 Air Races. All items are copies of the the originals.