Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Books of blank pages, usually ruled, used for taking notes, especially by pupils and students for taking class notes or writing or drawing exercises.
Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder 1
Overview 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.
Collection — Box 1
Contents of the Collection The Frank D. Browning World War II Collection pertains to Browning's service as a navigator and bombardier with the 490th Bomb Squadron in the China India Burma Theater during World War II. Most of the items are dated 1942-1947, with some later dates. Materials include military records, including Browning's military business cards and a conduct guidelines sheet; a partially filled notebook, maps of China and select United States cities, photocopies of clippings and printed ephemera likely...
Collection — Box One
Content Description The Dodge H. Dean World War II Collection consists primarily of training materials from Dean's service with both the Royal Canadian Air Force and the U.S. Army Air Forces during World War II. Training materials from Dean's time with the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) from about 1937-1942 make up the bulk of the collection. Included are printed lecture outlines and printed notes on a variety of topics such as airframes; airmanship; airways regulations; armament; engines; instrument...
Collection — Folder One
Content Description This collection consists of notes by Joe P. Doetsch related to his work inspecting B-17B aircraft from about 1939-1940. There are 22 loose pages of notes which appear to have been cut from a notebook, an additional couple sheets of handwritten notes, and three pages of typed aircraft lists. The notebook pages document airplane serial number, its destination, propellor numbers, engine numbers, and other remarks such as pilot name. Additional pages document problems with the aircraft. The typed...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Contents of the Collection The Michael Ehl Commercial Aviation Collection consists of various documents related to commercial airlines. The collection includes a 1986 timetable for Aspen Airways; a circa 1970s BEA safety booklet; a 1992 Southwest Airlines timetable; a circa 1970s Olympic Airways flight packet; a 1992 Reno Air inaugural ticket; a 1990 Empire Airlines timetable and notepads advertising Coeur D'Alene, Idaho; an Emirates Airlines timetable from 2011-2012; JAL Seattle to Tokyo flight packets, 2012; business...
Abstract Godfrey H. Frohn of Lincoln, Nebraska trained with the U.S. Army Air Service, 32nd Aero Squadron and served overseas with the 341st Aero Squadron during World War I. The collection contains a notebook documenting his studies during training.
Overview George Hage was NASA's Deputy Director for the Apollo Program. The 17 total Apollo Programs were designed to send astronauts to photograph, map, and eventually walk on, the moon. The collection contains notes about the production of the lunar orbiters and also photographs and news coverage of the successful Apollo missions.
Collection — Folder 1
Contents of the Collection The James A. Klotz World War II Collection is a small collection comprised of documents and photographs from Klotz's time in the Marines during and after World War II. The items gathered are primarily related to aircraft maintenance, including handwritten notes, aviation machinist training materials, aviation circulars, and checklists for aircraft maintenance for the St. Louis Lambert Naval Air Station. Nine black-and-white photographs feature Marines standing at attention and a Vought F7U...
Collection — Folder 1
Contents of the Collection The Fred Koch Fairchild F27 and Convair CV 240 Notebooks is a small collection of four (4) spiral-bound notebooks of handwritten notes related to these aircraft, circa 1940s-1966. Three (3) notebooks are about the F-27/F-227, which all have Fred Koch's name written on the outside, and one (1) is about the Convair 240. The Convair notebook does not have Koch's name so it is uncertain that it was his, though likely based on the handwriting.
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