Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Non-preferred terms: Aeroplanes, Military; Military airplanes; War planes; Warplanes
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Herbert Brucker Film
Collection — Box Film Box 2, Reel: 1
Contents of the Collection The Herbert Brucker Film is a small collection containing one privately shot black-and-white film taken at Mitchell Field in Garden City, New York in 1927. The film is five minutes and 44 seconds long. The footage depicts several well-known aviation events and activities by famous aviators, such as Charles Lindbergh taking off in the "Spirit of St. Louis" for his transatlantic flight; the christening of "America," Richard E. Byrd's Fokker C-2; and James Doolittle performing...
Found in: The Museum of Flight Archives / Herbert Brucker Film
Norman E. Horn Collection
Abstract The collection contains photographs of Curtiss Jennys at Love Field, Texas flown by Norman E. Horn in his training as a pilot during World War I.
S. E. Hutton Collection of Caproni Materials
Abstract Sergeant Sol E. Hutton served with the U.S. Army Air Service in Italy during World War I, where he worked with Caproni on aircraft construction. The collection contains items related to the U.S. Air Service program to build Caproni Ca.44 (Military Ca.5, Ca.600) aircraft at the end of the war.
Alan Lonsdale Patterson Papers
Overview Alan Lonsdale Patterson worked extensively in the field of aviation from the 1920s to the 1980s. Throughout his career he worked as a barnstormer, pilot and established multiple companies that facilitated the sale of aircraft and aeronautical equipment, predominately between companies based in the United States and China. The collection represents both his professional and personal life through correspondence, photographs, business records, clippings and audiovisual materials, as well as...
Herman J. Sommerhauser World War I Photograph Album
Abstract The collection contains a photograph album from the World War I career of Herman J. Sommerhauser (1895-1949), who may have served with the U.S. Army Air Service, 650th Aero Squadron in France.
J. M. Wilson Notebook
Abstract J. M. Wilson served in England with the U.S. Army Air Service during World War I. His notebook contains training notes primarily on aircraft engines.
Found in: The Museum of Flight Archives / J. M. Wilson Notebook