Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Non-preferred terms: Aeronautical accidents; Aeronautics--Accidents; Aeronautics, Commercial--Accidents; Airline crashes; Airplane accidents; Airplane collisions; Airplane crashes; Airplanes--Accidents; Aviation accidents; Collisions, Aircraft; Crashes, Airplane; Plane crashes http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85001323.html
Found in 45 Collections and/or Records:
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Content Description The Donald E. Burlingame Boeing 307 Stratoliner Crash Photographs is a small collection consisting of six photographs documenting the crash of a Boeing 307 Stratoliner near Alder, Washington on March 18, 1939. The plane, which was a prototype under registration number NX19901, crashed during a demonstration flight. The Civil Aeronautics Authority, Air Safety Board eventually concluded that the accident had been caused by structural failure of the wings and horizontal stabilizers...
Collection — Folder 1
Content Description The Charlotte Eising Boeing 80-A Crash Collection is a small collection of materials relating to the crash of a Boeing 80-A (tail number NC225M) in June 1930 in Wyoming. The collection includes five photographs of the crash. The 3x5.5" black-and-white prints are mounted on black paper and are significantly discolored. There is also a letter to M. Catharine Holby from A.G. Kinsman of Boeing Air Transport, Inc. regarding items lost in the crash; a business card for Kinsman; and a small clipping...
Abstract James D. Griffin was an engineer for McDonnell Douglas Corporation. The collection contains five hundred and ninety-six (596) photographs, likely collected and notated by Griffin, featuring primarily Douglas Aircraft Company airplanes manufactured during the 1910s-1970s but also, to a lesser extent, other manufacturer models; including Aero Spacelines, Boeing, Consolidated, and Northrop. There is also a small amount of clippings, newsletters, and articles.
Collection — Folder 1
Contents of the Collection The Jerry L. Hart Photograph Collection is a small collection consisting of ten black-and-white 8x10-inch photographs of Boeing aircraft from circa the 1940s. Five images depict the wreckage of a crashed Alaska Airlines "Starliner" aircraft at Bow Lake airport, now known as Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, in SeaTac, Washington, taken November 30, 1947. One image depicts an American Airlines aircraft with a Boeing mechanic working on it. Two images depict a variety of commercial airliners,...
Overview The Harold K. and Charlene B. Hartell World War II Collection documents the personal careers of the Hartells during the war, primarily from 1942 to 1945. The collection documents Harold’s training and service as a bombardier in the United States Air Corps and Charlene’s training and work for North American Aviation building B-25 bombers.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Contents of the Collection The Donald T. Hayes World War II Collection includes items accumulated by Sgt. Donald T. Hayes of the 452nd Bomb Group, ball turret gunner of the B-17 Flying Fortress "Tangerine." The collection includes Air Medal citations, a 452nd Bomb Group Lucky Bastard Club certificate and a "magnetic" style photo album with 113 black-and-white photos. The photographs are snapshots that feature Hayes, his fellow crewmembers, B-17 bombers in flight, life on base, several images of the "Tangerine" following...
Abstract: The Tandy C. Hennings Collection of E. Scott Osler Materials are comprised of photographs, newspaper clippings, and correspondence collected by Hennings concerning commercial pilot, flight engineer, and test pilot E. Scott Osler. Also included is the biography of Osler that Hennings wrote using these materials.
Abstract David O. Hill (1939-) was a pilot for Seaboard World Airlines (SWA). Hill was also SWA's archivist and historian. The collection relates to the company history, personnel, and operations of Seaboard World Airlines (SWA), from its establishment in 1946 to 1980 when it merged with Flying Tigers Line and is comprised primarily of textual materials, the bulk of which are scrapbooks; but also includes photographic materials, including prints, slides, and negatives; and a single DVD.
Abstract Jules Verne (J. V.) Hyde (1889-1953) and Harley Hyde (1892-1919) were brothers who served in World War I as flight instructors. The collection contains documents, clippings, and photographs relating to J. V. Hyde's military service during World War I, his post-war work as the first manager of Boeing Field, and later work at Boeing as an inspector. The collection also includes documents, clippings, and photographs about his brother Harley's World War I service and death due to an airplane...
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