Massachusetts Historical Society
Thirty-three photographs relating to early airplane manufacturing at the Moth Aircraft Corporation in Lowell, Mass. Subjects include De Havilland (D.H.) Moth and Gipsy Moth planes in flight and on the ground; the Moth Aircraft Corporation factory in Lowell; and D.H. Moth and D.H. Gipsy Moth motors. There are also several copy photos of early airplane pilots and technology, all relating to the U.S. Army Air Corps, including images of Wright planes. Photographers include Donaldson's (Lowell, Mass.) and W.A. Mead (Billerica, Mass.). All photos are paper-based prints. Also included in this collection is a four-page spreadsheet listing Gipsy Moths ordered from De Havilland, 29 Oct. 1928-5 April 1929
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The Edgar Deigan collection consists of 10,960 negatives, 1550 transparent slides and 479 photographs depicting various types of aircraft and their technical details. The collection also contains a detailed subject index file to the photographs
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains a saddle, pilot log books, "Conquistadores Del Cielo" commemorative volumes, a plaque, and a photo copy of a photograph album regarding aviation in the 1930s
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The records of the Manufacturers Aircraft Association contain a comprehensive history of aviation. There is information on aircraft companies, airlines, flying competitions, aeronautical expositions, aviators, air mail, patent disputes over similar designs, and other legal matters. There is a significant amount of material regarding the M.A.A.'s relationship with the U.S. military and Congress. The photographs are primarily of aircraft companies and airlines. The focus of the printed material published by the M.A.A. is patent law, and records of patent ownership
University of Southern Mississippi - Cook Library
Senator John Heinz History Center
Address presented to the HIstorical Society of Western Pennsylvania
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Documents and photographs related to the activities of Carl S. Bates, an inventor, aviator, and early aircraft manufacturer. The documents consist of biographical clippings, an article about mini motor cycles by Bates, and a 1917 prospectus of the Bates Aeroplane Company of Chicago. The photographs include images of gliders, airplanes, and motors, circa 1904-1955
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Research papers and photographs compiled by Stella Leverson on the Leverson family, immigrants from Telemark, Norway, who settled near Deerfield, Wisconsin -- The papers include Leverson's notes and handwritten family trees dating back to the early 1800s. The photographs, ca. 1920-1940, include an image of Stella Leverson, the family home near Deerfield, and images of young women raking leaves. Also included is an image of a young woman in front of an airplane and one of a young woman standing by a teepee at a curiosity shop
State Library of Queensland
These photographs are from the John Oxley Library's copy print collection. The copy print collection is comprised of photographic prints that depict Queensland's people, places & events
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Photographs and albums of Post family members, of various Post residences in New York, Washington, D.C., and Florida, and of the Post airplane and yacht; albums of foreign travels and of various receptions, dedications, and award ceremonies; and video tape featuring Hillwood, Marjorie Merriweather Post's Washington, D.C. home, and her collection of Russian art