Purdue University - Virginia Kelly Karnes Archives and Special Collections Research Center
The Clifford Blake Powers papers (1962-2003; 25.3 cubic feet) primarily document Powers' career with Essex Corporation and CST, Incorporated, in association with NASA. The papers also include various NASA-related publications, promotional material and memorabilia collected by Powers. The papers contain a varied assortment of artifacts, papers and publications related to Powers' employment at Essex Corporation, where he was the project manager (publications) for the First United States Microgravity Laboratory mission (USML-1), the Second United States Microgravity Laboratory mission (USML-2), the Astro-2 mission, the Gamma Ray Observatory lesson from space (flight visual), Spacelab J mission, and the first Tethered Satellite System mission (TSS-1). Also included are items from his employment at CST, Incorporated as the Director of Outreach for NASA\'s Space Product Development Program. Included are a wealth of NASA and mission related mugs, glassware, memorabilia, posters, press kits, ... Read More
Purdue University - Virginia Kelly Karnes Archives and Special Collections Research Center
The Henry Ford - Benson Ford Research Center
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Fred Lee Black records series contains a significant amount of correspondence and subject files documenting public relations activities sponsored by Ford Motor Company during the 19391940 New York World's Fair as well as correspondence, newspaper clippings, publications, photographs, press releases, and interdepartmental memorandums regarding national defense, labor unions, and the 1941 Ford employee strike. Also included in the collection are copies of the abstract of ...
Purdue University - Virginia Kelly Karnes Archives and Special Collections Research Center