University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains correspondence, photographs, photograph negatives, and military service records. Collection also contains military orders, flight logs, clippings, maps, and miscellaneous printed materials. Uniforms, hats, pins, buttons, other miscellaneous artifacts, and artwork by Guy H. Gale's daughter Nancy Gale are in this collection as well
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains photographs, maps, correspondence, pilot training manuals, memos and circulars, newspaper articles, officer reports, and receipts about his military service in World War I and World War II. There are also correspondence, memos, articles, and pamphlets regarding Kelly's work with the Civil Aeronautics Authority and the Civilian Pilot Training program
University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
The collection consists of the papers of S. Fletcher Thompson served as a U.S. Representative (1967-1973) and as a Georgia State Senator (1965-1967). His papers document his congressional career, including material related to the Vietnam War, the Civil Rights Era, and Republican Party politics
University of Michigan - William L. Clements Library
This collection is made up of correspondence, military documents, photographs, and other items related to James Leonard Sturgeon's service in the Royal Air Force in Canada during World War I. The collection also contains family photographs from 1900-1933
Baylor University - Central Libraries Rare Books and Special Collections
The Helton family collection contains correspondence, photographs, items from World War II, and other materials about the family as they lived near Clifton, Texas, and various family members went off to war. Upon arrival at The Texas Collection, immediate preservation of the materials was necessary. Some materials were in folders with titles, but most items were stacked in boxes with no discernible order. Items included many artifacts as well as manuscripts. After appropriate photography of the artifacts, they were given back to the Helton family. The collection was then divided into two series as part of processing
US Army Heritage and Education Center
Contains photocopied personal correspondence of the following airmen who participated in World War I: Lt. Penrose Vass Stout of 27th Aero Squadron (1917-1919), Paul N. Montague (1918) and Lt. Sumner Sewall (1917-18) both of the 95th Aero Squadron. The following manuscripts are found: HISTORY OF 95TH AERO SQUADRON (n.d.); WAR LETTERS OF ARTHUR HADDEN ALEXANDER, 1917-1918 compiled by his mother (n.d.); LET'S GO WHERE THE ACTION IS! : LETTERS OF DOUGLAS CAMPBELL TO HIS PARENTS, JULY 22, 1917 TO JULY 12, 1918 (n.d.) and JOURNAL DES MARCHES ET OPERATIONS ESCADRILLE N. 124 PENDANT LA CAMPAGNE (1916-1917) which gives names of pilots, information on their flight missions and portraits of American members
Idaho State Historical Society,-- Idaho Oral History Center
Nielsen discusses his three year career as both a smokejumper and parachute rigger, starting in 1946 and ending in 1948. Although Nielsen only worked part-time for the U.S. Forest Service during his summer breaks from the University of Idaho, he jumped a total of thirty-six fires. He was known for landing in trees, rather than on the ground. He further discusses his extensive pilot training with the Navy before the end of World War II. He also includes details about many planes that were used during this period, some of which he had personally flown
Stephen F. Austin State University, East Texas Research Center
Discusses experiences in his flight training, post-war years in Houston, Tex., and service in the Reserves
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Topics include her early flying experiences in California; her acquisition of a pilot's license in the late 1930s; the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941; government restrictions placed on nonmilitary flights after Pearl Harbor; her service in the Women's Air Force Service Pilots (WASPS) in the U.S. Army Air Forces, from 1942 to 1944; primary, basic, and advanced flight training at Avenger Field, in Sweetwater, Texas; living conditions at Avenger; various aircraft that she flew; and women air pilots' experiences ferrying fighter aircraft to various bases in the U.S., including Great Falls. (Oral History 1252)
Idaho State Historical Society,-- Idaho Oral History Center
Larkin discusses his pilot training experience in Boise, Idaho, and his flying career during World War II. Topics include Donnelly, Idaho


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