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Boeing SST artwork collection

 Collection — Box: One
Identifier: 2019-00-00-88
The collection consists of assorted concept art of the Boeing Model 2707 SST. Included are sketches, paintings in various media and presentation boards. The images are primarily exterior views of the plane in flight, although there is one image of an interior cabin. Some images have technical information on them.


  • circa 1960s

Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open for research but has not been fully processed. Access to the collection may be limited or may require additional processing time. For more information contact us.

Conditions Governing Use

The Museum of Flight (TMOF) Archives is the owner of the physical materials in the archives and makes available reproductions for research, publication, and other uses. Written permission must be obtained from TMOF archives before any publication use. TMOF does not necessarily hold copyright to all of the materials in the collections. In some cases, permission for use may require seeking additional authorization from copyright owners. Consult repository for more details.


2 Cubic Feet (1 oversize box)

Historical Note: Boeing Model 2707

Boeing Model 2707 was Boeing's design for a supersonic transport (SST) aircraft. It was developed under a government contract in the 1960s to compete with the British and French Concorde. The contract was cancelled in 1971 when the U.S. Sentate rejected further funding. The cancelled contract resulted in major layoffs at Boeing and had a severe economic impact on the city of Seattle, Washington.

Processing Information

This collection has not been fully processed.
Guide to the Boeing SST artwork collection
Completed - Level 1
N. Davis
Description rules
Language of description

Repository Details

Part of the The Museum of Flight Archives Repository

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Seattle Washington 98108-4097

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