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Civil Air Transport and Air America Association Collection

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Identifier: CA089-87
Abstract The Civil Air Transport and Air America Association Collection is an artificial collection covering the involvement of the company in Southeast Asia, particularly during the Vietnam War and the Secret War in Laos.

Civil Air Transport (CAT)/Air America Small Collections

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Identifier: CA-Small Collections
Abstract The Civil Air Transport/Air America Small Collections is comprised of collections of material that are too small to warrant individual arrangement. It is an artificial collection containing one hundred and fifty-nine collections identified by the collection subject’s name.

J. Russell Clark Collection

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Identifier: CV008-91
Abstract For over fifty years, John Russell Clark dedicated his many and varied talents to the advancement of the field of aviation. He received well-deserved recognition for his many significant contributions.

Henry R. Clay, Jr. Papers

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Identifier: F009-79
Abstract Henry R. Clay, Jr. is one of the lesser known pilots from WWI, despite his outstanding service. Originally from Missouri, his family moved to Fort Worth, Texas while he started law school at The University of Texas at Austin before signing up for the Air Force in 1917. Clay served with No. 43 Squadron, Royal Flying Corps/Royal Air Force (RFC/RAF), where he was named First Lieutenant while stationed in France. He then was moved to the 148th Aero Squadron and finally to the 41st Aero Squadron...

Carl M. Cleveland Collection

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Identifier: H036-82
Abstract This collection contains Curtiss JN-4 Jenny blueprints, philatelic material, photographs, and the book titled, "Upside Down" Pangborn by Carl M. Cleveland.

Richard E. Cole Papers

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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

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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.

Gordon C. Cornell Papers

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Identifier: H017-04
Abstract Cornell enlisted in the U. S. Naval Reserve on 9 May 1953, completed basic training 9 September 1954, and was sent to NAS Corpus Christi for advanced training. His career as a naval aviator was exemplary. He earned many medals and awards including the Purple Heart, Bronze Star, and Distinguished Flying Cross, most of which he earned while serving as commanding officer of VF-143 conducting air strikes on targets in North Vietnam.On the last day of American involvement in the Vietnam...

Royal W. B. Cowan Collection

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Identifier: F008-81
Abstract Royal W.B. Cowan was born in 1898 in New York, NY. He arrived in Dallas, Texas to undergo United States Army Air Service Training at Love Field in 1916. He served with distinction in the First World War, earning a Silver Star for action with the 24th Aero Squadron. He founded the Southwest Printing Company, and passed away in Dallas on May 8th, 1989.

C. Roger Cripliver Papers

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Identifier: H018-03
Abstract Cripliver worked for the engineering department of the Fort Worth Division of Convair. There he wrote and edited modification instructions for the B-36 Peacemaker, SC-54, and B-58 Hustler aircraft. He later moved to the Logistics Support Division and worked on contracts and negotiations for the F-111 program. In 1993, Cripliver retired from what had become the Fort Worth Division of Lockheed Martin. During his long tenure with Convair, Cripliver became known as the unofficial historian for...

Retha McCulloh Crittenden Collection

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Identifier: H023-85
Abstract The collection contains photographs, correspondence including one from Amelia Earhart, clippings, and memorabilia.

Clarence L. Dale Papers

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Identifier: H094-01
Abstract This collection contains photocopies of materials donated to the Texas Aviation Historical Society. Materials include ID cards, correspondence, and an American Airlines navigational computer.

Davis Airlines Collection

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Identifier: H017-12
Abstract Guy A. Davis is known for his many contributions to the commuter airlines industry, particularly in the state of Texas as co-founder of Davis Airlines at Easterwood Airport, College Station, Texas, with his wife (the former Mary Bell Dunn.) At the end of his 65 year flying career he had logged over 18,000 hours on over 100 types of aircraft. The collection contains artifacts and archival material collected by him, both personal papers and materials assembled during his career in the fields of...

Robert Dawson Collection

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Identifier: CA047-13
Abstract Robert Dawson was employed as a Senior Company Representative with Air America, at the Chiang Mai, Thailand facility, from January 11, 1966 until his separation on July 31, 1974. The collection includes pilot information, aircraft manuals, log books, reports, and correspondence related to Air America's operations.

Ronald Day Collection

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Identifier: L053-98
Abstract Ronald Day was an avid collector of objects dealing with aerostats and in particular with airships, such as Zeppelins.

Lawrence E. De Leon Photograph Collection

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Identifier: H025-82
Scope and Content This collection contains approximately 1,700 black and white photographs and negatives collected by Lawrence E. De Leon. The subjects of the photographs and negatives are airplanes built or manufactured between 1909 and 1975. The collection is housed in five negative storage boxes totaling 2.0 linear feet. It is arranged into three series further organized into subseries, each of which is arranged in alphabetical order by manufacturers' names or topics. The first...

Joe M. Dealey, Jr. Collection

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Identifier: H004-79
Scope and Content The collection contains both archival material and artifacts collected by Joseph M. Dealey, Jr., primarily during his tenure as a Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport executive. The Joe M. Dealey, Jr. Collection is housed in thirty boxes of varying sizes and one framed print on display totaling 37.81 linear feet.The collection was received in increments on various dates, in no established order. During processing of the collection, seven series were identified, the first six...

Ed Dearborn Collection

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Identifier: CA046-13
Abstract Ed Dearborn was a captain and pilot employed by Air America.

Doug S. Dexter Collection

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Identifier: CA048-13
Abstract Douglas Stanley Dexter was employed with Air America from July 7, 1972 until June 30, 1974 as a captain flying rotary wing aircraft in Saigon.

Warren T. Dickinson Collection

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Identifier: H001-73
Abstract This collection contains aircraft reports and memos, some relating to the Aircraft Industries Association.

James M. Dodds Collection

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Identifier: CA022-04
Abstract James M. Dodds worked for Air America from 1967-1974. The collection contains his material used in servicing and repairing aircraft for Air America such as log books, photographs, personal records, and articles of clothing.

James F. Donahue Collection

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Identifier: H067-88
Abstract This collection contains the financial statement of Pan American/Grace Airways from 1966 as well as newspaper clippings related to the Braniff and Panagra merger.

James H. Doolittle Papers

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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

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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.