blueprints (reprographic copies)
Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Reproductive prints of architectural plans, maps, mechanical drawings, and other technical drawings, characterized by having white images on blue backgrounds and produced by the blueprint process. For blue images on white backgrounds, use "blueline prints." For blue-toned photographs produced by the blueprint process, use "cyanotypes."
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Oversize folder
Content Description The Boeing PW-9 (Model 15) Blueprints is a small collection consisting of 22 sheets of blueprint diagrams of various portions of the Boeing Model 15, also known as the PW-9, used by the U.S. Army Air Service in the 1920s and early 1930s. The sheets are stamped January 26, 1926. The sheets are labeled: assembly and installation, flight control board assembly, instruments cowl assembly, lower sta. #3 to #5 cowling assembly, PW-9...
Collection — Oversize folder
Content Description The Boeing SST cutaway drawings collection is a small collection consisting of cutaway drawings of the unrealized Boeing SST. There are three copies each of two drawings, one showing an overhead view of the aircraft and one showing an underside view. The largest are blueline drawings measuring about 36.5x13 incches, and there are two smaller photocopied versions of each.
Collection — Box One
Contents of the Collection The collection is comprised of two very large technical drawings of a Vought A-7 Corsair II, also known as LTV A-7 Corsair II. The drawings were sent to United States Navy Lieutenant Commander Raymond P. Craig while he was in U. S. Navy Post Graduate School from the Vought Corporation on July 21, 1982. The original paper mailing tube was discarded due to condition, however, photocopies of the address label and postmark were created and are retained to preserve context. Both drawings are...
Abstract The collection contains photographs, blueprints, and religious materials relating to the naval service of Norwegian-American Walter Edwin Herlofson (1896-1975) during World War I. Herlofson, originally of Minnesota, later relocated with his family to Puyallup, Washington.
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.
Collection — Folder 1
Content Description The Philip McEleney Jimmie Allen Flying Club Collection is a small collection consisting of materials from the Jimmie Allen Flying Club collected by McEleney as a child in the 1930s. The collection includes instructions for the Jimmie Allen Flying Club Non-Flying Scale Model Airplane Building Contest; a membership card signed by McEleney; correspondence from the Jimmie Allen Club and a blank sheet of Richfield Eagle letterhead; flight chart blueprints; and 28 issues of 'The Jimmie Allen Club...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Content Description The Charles Radke Boeing Design Collection is a small collection consisting of some of the files of Charles Radke, an artist who worked on aircraft interiors for Boeing in the 1960s and 1970s. The collection primarily documents interior concepts and layouts for the Boeing 747 and Boeing 707, but also includes some materials relating to 727s and 767s. Folders have been kept intact and original folder titles are indicated with quotes: 707 "Design Detail"; 747 "Elevator Concept"; "747 Overhead...
Overview The G. Harry Stine Space History and Model Rocketry Collection encompasses the professional work of G. Harry Stine, the founder of model rocketry in the United States. The collection includes material related to his work in the National Association of Rocketry, drafts of his writings, rocket designs, materials affiliated with model rocketry corporations, his aeronautical research files, and his work in commercial space flight.
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