Skip to main content

Archives at The Museum of Flight

Revilo Joe and Bernice Morse Boeing Scrapbook

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 2023-07-11
The Revilo Joe and Bernice Morse Boeing Scrapbook is primarily comprised of clippings from various newspapers, but also includes a small amount of printed ephemera, Boeing Company employee memos and policies, and photographs, circa 1939-1945. Topics are mostly war-related, with some pertaining to Boeing Company in general. Of interest are documents that relate to women workers at Boeing, including one on childcare options and one on appearance and uniforms. The scrapbook was compiled by Bernice, who worked at Boeing during World War II, while Revilo Joe was serving overseas as a mechanic. Revilo Joe worked at Boeing as a toolmaker, both before and after his military service. Most of the materials in the scrapbook are loose, although some items are affixed to the pages with glue.


  • circa 1940-1945


Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open for research and is accessible in the Dahlberg Research Center by appointment. 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)

Guide to the Revilo Joe and Bernice Morse Boeing Scrapbook
Completed - Level 1
Jenn Parent
2023 December
Description rules
Language of description
Edition statement
1st edition

Repository Details

Part of the The Museum of Flight Archives Repository

9404 East Marginal Way South
Seattle Washington 98108-4097

The Museum of Flight | 9404 E. Marginal Way South | Seattle WA 98108-4097 | 206-764-5874
Contact us with a research request