Historical Museum of Southern Florida
Correspondence, minutes, contract drafts, and other materials, relating to union activities and collective bargaining with Arrow Air, Inc
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Correspondence, typescript titled "Radio Talk," newspaper clippings, and other papers chiefly concerning Spear's activities as a pioneer in women's aviation while a student at Wellesley College. Includes correspondence, constitution, bylaws, and ballot relating to Ninety-Nines, an organization established in 1929 by 99 women air pilots to provide support for women in aviation. Correspondents include Amelia Earhart and Teva Paris
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Correspondence, writings, printed material, scrapbooks, photographs, graphic material, memorabilia, and other papers collected by Gaston Tissandier and his brother Albert with additions by Gaston's son, Paul. Also includes the collection of Dupuis-Delcourt, brought together prior to 1860, and later purchased by Gaston Tissandier. Primarily files on pioneering aeronauts (air pilots) and airship builders from the first century of flight which pertain chiefly to balloon flights of the 18th and 19th centuries. Subjects also include early heavier-than-air flight, the Société Aéronautique et Météorologique de France, the political climate in France during the Second Republic and the Second Empire, the Franco-Prussian War, and the siege of Paris. Includes art work of Albert Tissandier, chiefly illustrations of Gaston's aeronautical projects. Correspondents include Benjamin Franklin and Antoine Laurent Lavoisier
University of New Mexico - Zimmerman Library
Correspondence and other papers of Kathrine Stinson, Miguel A. Otero, Jr., and his father, Governor Miguel A. Otero, Sr. Stinson's papers contain correspondence with Edward Stinson and Majorie Stinson and other women and men in the field of aviation. Miguel A. Otero, Jr. was a close friend of Bronson M. Cutting. In addition to correspondence with Cutting, Otero's papers contain a diary he kept about his relationship with Cutting and correspondence regarding proposed Cutting biographies. Otero's legal career included service as Attorney General of New Mexico in the 1920s, District Judge for the District of Santa Fe during the 1930s and staff member of the Judge Advocate General's Corps during World War II. The records from his law office in Santa Fe, include correspondence and papers of Mary E. Dissette, artist Gina Knee and others
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Correspondence, speeches and writings, academic and military files, family papers, photographs and slides, and other papers documenting Parrish's military and academic careers. Much of the collection relates to his post as commander of Tuskegee Army Air Field (Ala.) where he was responsible for training the Army Air Force's first African American pilots during World War II. Other topics include Defense Dept. politics, Vietnam Conflict, Women's Army Corps air pilots, and Parrish's training at the Air Command Staff School and Air War College, duties with NATO Defence College in Paris, France, graduate work at Rice University, Houston, Tex., and tenure at Trinity University, San Antonio, Tex., as professor of military history. Includes a letter (1943) to Parrish from Zelda Fitzgerald about her husband, F. Scott Fitzgerald. Family papers include correspondence, diaries, and writings of his brother, Garland C. Parrish
Library of Congress,-- Manuscript Division
Correspondence, speeches and writings, academic and military files, family papers, photographs and slides, and other papers, relating to Parrish's military and academic careers. Much of the collection relates to his post as commander of Tuskegee Army Air Field, Ala., where he was responsible for training the Army Air Forces' first African American pilots during World War II. Other topics include Defense Dept. politics, Vietnam Conflict, Women's Army Corps air pilots, and Parrish's training at the Air Command Staff School and Air War College, duties with NATO Defence College in Paris, graduate work at Rice University, and tenure at Trinity University, San Antonio, Tex., as professor of military history. Family papers include diaries and writings of his brother, Garland C. Parrish. Correspondents include Adrian Bosch, Benjamin O. Davis, Jr., Benjamin O. Davis, Sr., Bonner Fellers, Alfred Goldberg, Alfred M. Gruenther, John T. Hazard, F.D. Henderson, Lena Horne, Austin Hoyt, Langston ... Read More
National Air and Space Museum Archives
This collection consists of photographs, news clippings, and correspondence documenting Thaden's aviation career.
Providence College - Phillips Memorial Library
The Quonset Point Naval Air Station Collection contains publications, scrapbooks, biographies, official records and photographs which detail the function and operation of the base during and after World War II, until its decomission in 1974.
State Historical Society of Missouri
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The papers consist of reports, publications, speeches, correspondence, newspaper articles, and photographs. The bulk of the collection consists of newspaper articles written by Short while working for the Associated Press and cover Eleanor Roosevelt and social life in Washington, D.C. Other topics include editorials and columns on family life and social customs throughout the country. The first two folders contain a report, “Protecting the Unprotected—Under Social Secu ...
State Historical Society of Missouri
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Huiskamp Family Papers consist of correspondence, genealogies, photographs, business letters, newsletters, and a book draft. The papers are arranged into four series: Correspondence, Writings, Photographs and Passports, and Miscellaneous. The Correspondence series is the largest series of this collection. The focus of the collection is the correspondence from 1916 to 1922. After 1922 the correspondence begins to taper off and significant gaps begin to develop after the ...