Clayton D. Bowyer B-29 bomb door installation notebook
Collection — Folder: 1
The Clayton D. Bowyer B-29 Bomb Door Installation Notebook is a small spiral notebook containing handwritten notes regarding the installation of bomb doors on Boeing B-29 Superfortresses during World War II.
- circa 1939-1945
- Bowyer, Clayton D., 1909-1980 (Person)
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.1 Cubic Feet (1 letter size folder)
The Clayton D. Bowyer B-29 bomb door installation notebook is a small spiral notebook with handwritten notes regarding the installation of bomb doors on B-29s during World War II.
Biographical Note: Clayton D. Bowyer
Clayton D. Bowyer was born in Beaver, Oklahoma on February 21, 1909. He completed a high school education and then worked at Boeing's Wichita plant as an assembly line worker, building B-29s. He died January 17, 1980.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The notebook was donated by the creator's son-in-law who found the item among the creator's things after his death.
Existence and Location of Copies
Materials from this collection have been digitized and are available at The Museum of Flight Digital Collections.
- Guide to the Clayton D. Bowyer B-29 bomb door installation notebook
- Completed - Level 2
- N. Davis
- Description rules
- Language of description
- Edition statement
- 1st edition