Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Aeronautical Products Corporation Records
The Aeronautical Products Corporation was based in Los Angeles and manufactured beacon lights to guide aircraft. Records include correspondence, photographs, printed materials, advertisements, and clippings.
Dayton Daily News Archive (MS-458)
Reinhold Gross Collection
Reinhold Gross was a mechanical engineer who specialized in parachutes and related equipment. Researchers studying his collection of papers can gain insight into aviation engineering during the middle of the 20th century, particularly in Dayton (Ohio). His papers include patents, blueprints, certificates, photographs, correspondence, technical reports, and newspaper clippings.
International Aero Vehicle Company Records (SC-389)
The International Aero Vehicle Company was incorporated in 1906 for the purpose of acquiring patents for the Charles Oliver Jones "orthopter" (ornithopter). The collection consists of 1 volume, including Articles of Incorporation, Constitution and By-Laws, meeting minutes, and assorted financial and administrative reports.
Christopher John Lake Aviation Collection
Christopher Lake was an aviation researcher and engineer whose most important aeronautical invention may have been his reaction engine, which was an early form of jet propulsion. The collection includes Lake's patents, photographs, newspaper clippings, and a letter from Orville Wright.
John J. Rose Papers
Harry A. Toulmin's Wright Company Patent Litigation Volumes (MS-641)
The collection consists of nine bound volumes of patent litigation records for the lawsuits that the Wright Company brought against the Herring-Curtiss Company and Glenn H. Curtiss, Louis Paulhan, and Claude Grahame-White. These are the personal copies of the Wrights’ lawyer, Harry A. Toulmin, and the books contain many handwritten notes.