United States. Civil Aeronautics Administration
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Abstract Harold E. Hartney (1888-1945) rose through the ranks of the Canadian Army to become the Commander of the U.S. Air Service's 27th Aero Squadron in France during World War I. Credited as an ace and recipient of numerous military awards, after the war Hartney went on to train military pilots, advise on air safety, and serve again in World War II. The collection contains photographs, correspondence, clippings, and paper ephemera relating to Hartney's World War and interwar careers, as well as some...
Contents of the Collection The Remi Charles O'Connor Collection primarily relates to the 1941-1956 military service of O'Connor, a Naval Aviator in World War II and the Korean War. The collection is comprised of textual materials such as logs, correspondence, and clippings, as well as 10 photographic prints and one 8mm film reel.The bulk of the collection consists of O'Connor's flight logs, including two from his student pilot training in 1941 and five that cover his flying career from 1941-1964. The logs often...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Contents of the Collection The collection contains textual materials related to the military service of Alfred G. Thompson, who served as a B-25 pilot during World War II. Materials include training documents and worksheets, military orders and ephemera, such as an enlisted men's pass and pay envelope, and aircraft arrival reports. There are a photograph album, miltary personnel files, many loose photographs and correspondences. Also included are pilot logs for Thompson as well as a Pilot Rating Book for Clare Rupert...