Airplanes -- Models
Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85002841
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract The William Hough “Bill” Cook, Jr. Papers are comprised of documents, photographs, newspaper clippings, and memorabilia pertaining to the life and work of Bill Cook, Jr. A significant portion of this collection is made up of correspondence, both personal and professional. Major topics include the Boeing high speed wind tunnel, the B-29, B-47, and B-17 bombers, the development of the YC-14 short takeoff and landing (STOL) aircraft, and research on supersonic transport.
Collection — Box One
Content Description The Bill McIntosh Boeing Photograph Collection is a collection of photos acquired by McIntosh during his 38-year career at the Boeing Company as an aerodynamicist from 1958-1996. The collection includes 200 prints, which are primarily 8x10" color prints though some are black-and-white. Subjects include the B-47 with turboprop; YC-14 development; 727-300 development; 727-400; 747; 757 flight deck modeling; 757-767 cockpit configurations; 767; 777; 777 model in non-Boeing wind tunnel with...
Collection — Folder 1
Content Description The Tupolev ANT-4 model presentation photographs consist of three 3.5x5" color snapshots of the presentation of a model Tupolev ANT-4 to David Bass, General Manager of Boeing of Portland, by Aviation General Colonel Vasily Reshetnikov on June 23, 1987. The model is a replica of the ANT-4 aircraft that was flown to New York in October 1929. In addition to Bass and Reshetnikov, Valery Kubasov is present in the photos along with other unidentified men, presumably Boeing employees.
Interview Summary Pilot Joseph E. Kimm is interviewed about his decade-spanning aviation career. He discusses his early experiences as a flight steward on Ford Trimotor aircraft, and his time as a copilot and pilot for Northwest Airways (later Northwest Airlines), spanning the 1930s to the 1970s. He also touches on his military service during World War II with Air Transport Command, U.S. Army Air Corps. Other topics discussed include his work building aircraft models, his experiences with various aircraft, and a...
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