Found in 331 Collections and/or Records:
Collection consists of three souvenir programs from the National Air Races in Cleveland: 1) 1932 National Air Races Official Program; 2) 1937 Official Directory and Log; and 3) 1938 Official Directory and Log.
The Cold War Aerospace Technology Oral History Project primarily contains oral histories gathered from several workers in the field of Aerospace Technology during the Cold War (1946-1992). With few exceptions, the interviewees were all engineers and worked at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base on projects ranging from stealth and fly-by-wire technology to jet propulsion and foreign intelligence gathering, etc.
Ann Cooper is a prolific author with over 600 published magazine articles and ten books on aviation notables to her credit. The research collection is an excellent source of information on women aviators such as Jessie Woods, Patty Wagstaff, Edna Gardner Whyte, Dorothy S. Lewis, and Nancy Hopkins Tier, as well as African American aviators including the Tuskegee Airmen.
Collection of photographs which appear to have been taken during the Korean War.
Collection consists of a photograph of a Curtiss Airplane from 1911which was given by Alice Hoffman to Wright State. The photo was taken by Alice’s father in 1911.
September-October 1942 issue of the Curtiss Fly Leaf, Volume XXV, No. 4.
Curtiss Flying Schools booklet details the courses offered through the Curtiss Flying Service bases. The item is undated
Special Ground Course Curtiss Flying Service of Michigan. Front inside cover indicated that it was owned by Charles W. Frank in Baltimore Maryland.
The collection consists of photographs once belonging to Glenn Curtiss (1878-1930), world famous aviator and early aircraft designer. The photographs document Curtiss' early aviation involvements and include images of Curtiss and other aviators of the period, aircraft he designed and built, hydroplane experiments, and photographs of the Curtiss factory in Hammondsport, New York.