Skip to main content Skip to search results

Showing Collections: 1 - 30 of 34

Robert Baker Collection

 Collection
Identifier: S066-13
Abstract Robert Baker served as the pilot of the B-24 Liberator Tail Heavy during World War II.

William L. Birch Papers

 Collection
Identifier: D007-17
Abstract The William L. Birch Papers contain photographs of the Doolittle Raid.

Clyde E. Brayton Sr. Collection

 Collection
Identifier: H012-84
Abstract The Clyde E. Brayton Sr. Collection contains correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, financial statements and records pertaining to the Brayton Flying School.

Augustus M. Brenneke Papers

 Collection
Identifier: F006-85
Abstract Augustus M. Brenneke, also known as Gus, served with the 28th Squadron of the American Expeditionary Forces during World War I. He received his training at Kelly Field in San Antonio, Texas and served as a flight instructor at Benbrook Field in Fort Worth, Texas, (also known as Taliaferro No. 2) and Carruthers Field.

The collection contains photographs, correspondence, memorabilia, and military records.

Richard E. Cole Papers

 Collection
Identifier: D026-07
Abstract The collection contains material presented to Richard Cole at the 2007 reunion of the Doolittle Tokyo Raiders. It includes proclamations made by the officials of Bexar County, Texas honoring both the Doolittle Raiders and Richard E. Cole.

William E. Cooper Papers

 Collection
Identifier: H022-08
Abstract A native of Wichita, Kansas, William E. Cooper became a “mover and shaker” in the Dallas, Texas, aviation and business communities following WWII. Cooper was particularly interested in the Boeing B-29 Superfortress operation in the Pacific Theater of WWII. His research manuscript provides an analysis of the reason why each B-29 crashed and the fate of each of the crew members. Also, Cooper was actively involved in the Enola Gay controversy in 1994-1995.

James H. Doolittle Papers

 Collection
Identifier: D022-84
Abstract James H. Doolittle is most famous for the planning and implementation of the Tokyo Raid in April 1942, after the attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941. After World War II, he graduated from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) with a PhD. He was instrumental in founding the Doolittle Tokyo Raiders Association. The James H. Doolittle Papers reflect his activities after the Second World War.

The Doolittle Tokyo Raiders Association Records

 Collection
Identifier: D017-10
Abstract The Doolittle Tokyo Raiders Association was formed in the aftermath of James H. Doolittle’s epic raid on Japan on April 18, 1942. Shortly after the end of World War II, Doolittle called for all the surviving Raiders to attend a celebration in Miami Beach, Florida. At this time it was decided that an annual reunion be held starting in 1947.

Eugene McDermott Library Collection

 Collection
Identifier: UA028-12
Abstract The current library building was constructed in the 1970s and named for one of the University's founders, Eugene McDermott. In addition to the main campus building the library has satellite facilities located in the Naveen Jindal School of Management building as well as at The Callier Center for Communication Disorders in Dallas.The Eugene McDermott Library is also home to the Special Collections and Archives Division comprised of the Belstering Botanical Book Collection, The...

Gorrell History of the American Expeditionary Forces Air Service, 1917-1918

 Collection
Identifier: F006-64-M
Abstract The Gorrell History of the American Expeditionary Forces Air Service, 1917-1918 was compiled by Colonel Edgar S. Gorrell, Assistant Chief of Staff of The United States Army Air Service. It was intended as an in-depth analysis of the performance and operations of American military aviation in World War I, as well as offer lessons for future planning to the United States Army General Staff. It was issued in 1919.

James R. Graham Collection

 Collection
Identifier: H044-14
Abstract James R. Graham was a pilot of the Aviation Section, Signal Officers' Reserve Corps during World War I. He also served in World War II. The collection contains images and ephemera depicting aviation personalities and various models of Chance Vought aircraft.

Al Harting Collection

 Collection
Identifier: H001-82
Abstract Al Harting was a reporter with the Dallas Dispatch newspaper and D Magazine. He covered local crime, business, politics, and aviation for the region.

Michael M. Hasco Collection

 Collection
Identifier: L065-96
Abstract Michael M. Hasco, a graduate from the University of Pittsburgh and The University of Texas at Dallas (UTD), is a collector of aviation related materials. His interest lies in a variety of aviation topics and in Lighter than Air in particular. This collection contains reports, images, postcards, ephemera, publications, press releases, and clippings.

John J. Hospers Papers

 Collection
Identifier: CV016-79
Abstract John J. Hospers was a field manager, evaluator, and test engineer with Chance Vought and Sikorsky Aircraft. He also served in the United States Merchant Marine.

James Keck Collection

 Collection
Identifier: CA054-00
Abstract James "Jim" Keck joint Civil Air Transport (CAT) in 1957, while living in Tokyo, Japan.

Milton Klein Photograph Collection

 Collection
Identifier: H003-79
Abstract Dr. Milton Klein (1917-2004) was a professor of American History at the University of Tennessee. He also served with the 14th Air Force in the China-Burma-India Theater during World War II. Dr. Klein remained in the United States Air Force Reserve and retired with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.

Conrad Lohoefer Collection

 Collection
Identifier: H061-96
Abstract Conrad L. Lohoefer served with the United States Army Air Corps from 1943-1945. He was assigned to the 91st Bomb Group, of the 401st Bomb Squadron, of the 8th Air Force in the European Theater during World War II.

John Luckadoo Collection

 Collection
Identifier: H003-95
Abstract During World War II, John H. Luckadoo served as a B-17 pilot and co-pilot of an aircraft in the 351st Squadron, 100th Bombardment Group, 8th Air Force. He completed his twenty-five mission tour of duty with the 350th Squadron, and returned to the United States to enter the 3rd Army Air Force Training Command. He was decorated with the Distinguished Flying Cross (USAF), Air Medal with 3 Oak Leaf Clusters (USAF), Presidential Unit Citation (USAF), and the Victory Medal (USAF). Upon leaving the...

Joseph W. Manske Collection

 Collection
Identifier: D062-97
Abstract Contains documents and photographs relating to Joseph E. Manske career as a military aviator in World War II. It includes photographs of Manske in North Africa, Italy, and Europe, as well as in training.

William J. McClanahan Collection

 Collection
Identifier: H001-81
Abstract This collection contains books, art work, cartoons by McClanahan, and photographs.

DeLong Mills Papers

 Collection
Identifier: H044-85
Abstract The collection contains photographs, personal correspondence, certificates, books, log books, memorabilia, and ephemera.

Kaj L. Nielsen Papers

 Collection
Identifier: CV012-18
Abstract Kaj L. Nielsen was a mathematician who pursued various professional and academic careers, distinguishing himself at Chance Vought Aircraft as a member of the design teams that developed the Vought F4U Corsair and Vought V-173 Flying Pancake. The bulk of the collection contains his engineering notes for the development of the propellers for the Vought V-173.

Bob Perrenot Collection

 Collection
Identifier: H030-92
Abstract The collection contains manuscript of Crew 7 of VPB-119.

Howard Precup Collection on 780th Bomb Squadron Association

 Collection
Identifier: H037-98
Abstract The collection contains a photograph album, newsletters, and photographs.

John Provan III Collection

 Collection
Identifier: L063-88
Abstract John Provan III's interest in aviation as a collector and historian started in the 1980s. His main topic was the relationship between the American and German people after World War II. He wrote numerous books on the Berlin Airlift, Rhein-Main Air Base, Airship hangars, Armed Forces Network (AFN), and Clara Adams. He also curated many exhibitions.

Nelson U. Rokes Collection

 Collection
Identifier: H015-81
Abstract The Nelson U. Rokes Collection contains material pertaining to his career in the fields of corporate, commercial, and military aviation. The bulk of the material in the collection relates to the 1947 trip to Europe and the 1948-1949 around the world trip that he took with Sam Keener. The material in the collection includes charts, log books, landing clearances, flight plans, meteorological reports, and various navigational tools. Photographs and newspapers clippings...

Malcolm Rosholt Collection

 Collection
Identifier: CA025-95
Abstract The collection contains microfilm of books and journals, videotapes of interviews, and photographic slides taken in Laos.

Bob Sexton Collection

 Collection
Identifier: H005-79
Abstract Bob Sexton became interested in flight around the time of his attendance at Baylor University. During the 1930s, Sexton became involved in aviation and remained engaged with it until a stroke in the 1970s took him away from active flying. He was a trainer and examiner with the Civil Aeronautics Adminstration (CAA). His students included men who would join the military during world War II, and civilians after that conflict.

William E. Shuttles Collection

 Collection
Identifier: H004-80
Abstract The Royal Air Force Station Honington was part of the Royal Air Forces (RAF) located near Thetford in Suffolk, England and was used by the American Armed Forces (AAF Station 595) as a bomber station during World War II. William E. Shuttles acted as commanding officer of the VIII Air Service Command, Station 595 at Honington, England with the rank of Colonel. Through photographs the collection documents the history of the unit and the status of the battle damaged aircraft.

John M. Slattery Collection

 Collection
Identifier: TB037-09
Abstract John Matthew Slattery, a World War II, Korean War, and Vietnam War veteran left the Air Force with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. During his Air Force career, Slattery began collecting and documenting information about the history of the helicopter, as well as amassing a collection of models of various helicopters. The bulk of this material was used to establish a historical collection/museum at the offices of Helicopter Foundation International (HFI) in Alexandria, Virginia....

Filtered By

  • Subject: World War, 1939-1945 X

Filter Results

Additional filters:

Repository
Special Collections and Archives Division, History of Aviation Archives. 33
Special Collections and Archives Division, The University Archives. 1