Aeronautics -- History -- Archival resources
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of a scrapbooks containing photographs, articles, and clippings about aircraft and flying machines from around the world. These materials were collected by aircraft designer Robert J. Clark (1919-2009).
Photograph album created by Capt. Theodore F. Schreier. Photographs depict aviation training at the Hancock College of Aeronautics in Santa Maria, CA, day to day activities of the soldiers, and views of the training grounds.
This collection consists of the University of Southern California Library of Aeronautical History collections including photographs, newspapers, ephemera, scrapbooks, and other information related to aeronautical history.
This collection consists of scrapbooks and clippings chronicling the early innovations of manned flight compiled by Earl X. Brown.
Scrapbook from 1911 with clippings about the early years of aviation and early aviators.
The collection consists of Cussen's personal scrapbook pages, books and photographs pertaining to the commercial aeronautic industry from the 1930s to the 1950s, and a collection of World War I & II war effort posters and maps.
Biographies of early woman aviators, correspondence, photographs, memorabilia, scrapbooks, instructional materials; copies of Aerogram, the WIAA publication; personal archives of Elizabeth L. McQueen (Mrs. Ulysses Grant McQueen, d.1958), founder of WIAA in 1929 and the Women's Aeronautic Association of California, and organizer of the Women's Air Derby ("Powder Puff Derby").