Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of an unknown individual’s collection of magazines, pamphlets, photographs, and clippings related to aviation.
A collection of materials relating to aviation, mostly pamphlets and journals. These materials were formerly a part of the pamphlet collection.
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).
Records include annual reports, programs, meeting minutes, membership records, and scrapbooks containing clippings and photographs pertaining to the club's activities. Founded in 1907, the Dayton Federation of Women's Clubs is an amalgamation of Dayton area women's organizations and is engaged locally in charitable, educational and social activities.
This collection consists of personal correspondence, publications and photographs related to Richard Hoener's work at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. The collection also contains publications related to aviation and memorabilia that he collected over the years.
Dr. Hans von Ohain was the co-inventor of the first successful jet engine. After World War II, he moved to Dayton, Ohio where he was a research scientist at the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. His papers contain patents, correspondence, speeches, technical reports, scientific articles, awards, and photographs. Some documents are in German and French, but the majority of the collection is in English.