Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Serials published at stated, frequent intervals, such as daily or weekly, and containing news, editorials, features, advertisements, and other items of current interest.
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Minnie M. Boyd (1910-1998) was born in Four Lakes, Washington and was an avid aviator. This collection contains correspondence, organizational records, membership directories, photographs, clippings, printed materials, and ephemera related to the Ninety-Nines, Inc.,and gathered by Minnie M. Boyd during her time as a member.
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 — Multiple Containers
Contents of the Collection The collection relates to the World War II experience of 1st Lieutenant John D. Carroll, who served as a flight navigator and bombadier. It includes aeronautical charts for Hong Kong and Hungtze, China and Osaka and Choshi, Japan as well as a small amount of newspaper clippings related to World War II. Also present are photographs depicting military operations, such as reconnaissance and aerial bombardment, and aircraft, predominantly the B-29. The B-29 is featured in formation flight, dropping...
Abstract Major Thomas Walter Jackson (1916-1942) was a United States Army Air Corps pilot and squadron commander who served in the Aleutian Island campaign during World War II. The collection contains textual materials, photographs, and a digitized film clip pertaining to the 1938-1942 military service of Jackson.
Abstract Bruce Mennella (b. 1946) served during the Vietnam War from 1969-1972 as an Air Intelligence Officer for U.S. Navy Fighter Squadron 114 (VF-114). The collection contains photographs and a small amount of ephemera documenting his military service.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Contents of the Collection The Carroll H. Nevermann World War II Collection is comprised of textual materials relating to the 1941-1945 military service of 2nd Lieutentant Nevermann, a pilot in the United States Army Air Forces during World War II. It includes Nevermann's "Pilot Qualifications Log," 1941-1945; military records, such as Nevermann's flight records for 1944-1945, training reports and certifications, and checklists; and printed ephemera, including paper money from China and customs declaration...
Abstract Joseph E. Opray (1919-1992) was born in Oregon and served in World War II with the United States Army 635th Tank Battalion. The collection contains primarily World War II era materials including a scrapbook, several issues of the Stars and Stripes newspaper and assorted ephemera, including a poem, "A Hitch in Hell" by Joe Opray. There are also issues of the 1919 newsletterThe Dirigible from the...
Collection — Box Small Collections Very Large Items 2006-, oversize: folder
Content Description The Rockwell International Space Shuttle Advertisements is a small collection consisting of three advertisements placed in the Wall Street Journal honoring NASA space shuttles from 1979-1981. Two advertisements from July 20, 1979 and April 15, 1981 honor the space shuttle Columbia. Both are double-page spreads. One full-page advertisement honors the space shuttle Enterprise and was printed August 15, 1977. All three advertisements feature a pen-and-ink drawing...
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