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Abstract Abraham Lincoln Brearcliffe, Jr. (1899-1984) was born in Washington state and worked for Boeing from 1930-1945. The collection features photographs, clippings and newsletters, foreman's materials, labor union membership books, and assorted ephemera from Brearcliffe's time at Boeing, most of which are almost exclusively from the war years (1941-1945).
Collection — Box: Scrapbook Box 23, Volume: One
Content Description Adilene (Pogliano) Haderli Boeing Scrapbook consists of a scrapbook created by Haderli who worked as a painter for Boeing during World War II. The scrapbook includes clippings, photographs, correspondence, printed ephemera, and some small artifacts, both affixed to the pages and loose, predominantly related to the construction of Boeing B-17s. The majority of materials date from 1942-1945.The scrapbook measures about 12.5x16.5x2 inches and has a brown faux-leather cover with an image...
Collection — Folder: 1
Content Description The Gerald Schackman B-17 Fundraising Collection consists of one black-and-white photo of B-17F "Spirit of Woodside/Sunnyside" and a copy of the newspaper Woodside Herald for Feb. 26, 1943 that has an article about the Woodside/Sunnyside Bomber Fundraising campaign. This photograph and article are examples of media produced for fundraising for planes that never actually existed. The photographed had been doctored to look like a plane was...
Abstract Harold W. Zipp was an engineer at the Boeing Company for forty years. The collection documents his career, particularly his tenure in Wichita, Kansas, with diaries, photographs and other documents.