Boeing Model 733 SST
Subject Source: NasmScope Note: Aircraft - refers to Boeing's original, internal designation for the SST, dating back to 1958. When Boeing was named a finalist (along with Lockheed) to build the American SST, Boeing changed "Model 733" to the more-salable "Model 2707," which was the only designation for the SST that Boeing ever released to the public. This term should only be used for early SST material.
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Folder 1
Content Description This small collection consists of a single item: an 8x10" black-and-white photographic group portrait of the Boeing SST research and development team. The print is dated both 1962 and 1963 in various handwritten notations. There are 122 people featured in the photograph and in the image they are seated in an auditorium. The names of the individuals are printed on the back of the photograph.
Contents of the Collection The Donald B. Croly Boeing Concept Art Collection holds 39 pieces of concept art created by Croly, circa 1940s-1970s, during his time as an artist at the Boeing Company. Most are original gouache paintings, although there are three pen and ink and graphite drawings and two photographic reproduction posters. Scenes primarily depict aircraft in a variety of settings, including in flight, parked at terminals and engaged in U.S. Air Force military operations. A small number feature...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Content Description Collection consists of original concept art of the Boeing Model 2707 SST. Images include a 30x40" depiction of the aircraft seen from above; a 15x30" view of the plane from below parked on a tarmac; a 15x30" view of the plane in flight next to a Boeing 707 on an abstract background; and a 15x30" view of the plane on a tarmac from the front with a pilot standing near it. This painting has an overlay with text that reads: "Since end of compettiion: -Boeing proposal considered superior; - division...