Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Non-preferred terms: Autos (Automobiles); Cars (Automobiles); Gasoline automobiles; Motorcars (Automobiles) http://id.loc.gov/authorities/subjects/sh85010201
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Box One
Content Description The Bernard Bourrand Sketchbook is a single-item collection: a bound volume full of drawings and sketches by French artist Bernard Bourrand, dating to 1947-1951. The illustrations depict aircraft, automobiles and other forms of transportation, the majority of which are experimental models. Also among the illustrations are other "Atomic Age" futuristic designs. The volume is a record book with paginated ruled pages. Each page has multiple drawings by Bourrand primarily in...
Collection — Box Scrapbook Box 13
Content Description This small collection consists of one scrapbook containing photographs and clippings relating to early aviation in and around the Tacoma, Washington area. There are 19 clippings, primarily relating to Gustav W. Stromer including stories on his July 2, 1915 Tacoma to Port Angeles flight and ones on him and Jane O'Roark. There are 72 photographs, which are mostly unidentified. 34 photographs are related to aviation and include hydroaeroplanes and amphibious aircraft and...
Overview Ralph A. Newcomb worked as an aviator and mechanic in the early 1900s, during the pioneering days of aviation in California. The collection dates from 1910 to 2006 and is predominantly comprised of photographic materials and a small number of textual documents collected by Newcomb during his time in the field of aviation.
Scope and Contents: Lear Motors Corporation Series XI: Lear Motors Corporation (LMC) primarily documents the efforts of LMC in the development and production of steam-powered vehicles. Although LMC was incorporated in 1968 and sold in 1976, the bulk of materials fall within 1969-1973. Note that because LMC, Leareno Development, LearAvia, and several smaller companies were all started in 1967-1968 there is some overlap between the series within some sections, such as correspondence. The series is...
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