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The Office of Undergraduate Education is responsible for overseeing the educational experiences of undergraduate students at The University of Texas at Dallas.
The collection contains books, trophies, documents, magazines, memorabilia, business records, ephemera and photographs.
This is an artificial collection serving to centralize all of the oral history projects in the custody of The University Archives. Future oral history items will be ingested to this collection.
Oral History Interviews of Veterans Collection consists of interview done with military veterans by students at The University of Texas at Dallas. The interviews were prepared as part of the assignments for a Military History class taught by Dr. Erik D. Carlson in 2005.
Clarence Robert Osborne, Jr. was employed by Air America on October 14, 1965. He served as a Captain of Fixed Wing Aircraft assigned to Udorn, Thailand. He separated from the company on September 6, 1974.
The collection contains books, reports, audio tapes, slides, magazines, transparencies, and negative film.
David W. Ostrowski has a life-long interest in airplanes and aviation history. He took pictures and collected photos from other photographers of U.S. and non-U.S manufactured military and civilian aircraft from World War I up to the jet age.
The collection contains correspondence, sailplane information, reports, and personal papers.
The collection contains books, photographs, posters, magazines, records, drawings, travel posters, correspondence, model aircraft, brochures, and an honor award reflecting the life and work of journalist William G. Parrish.
John Drew Pearson, Jr. was a fixed-wing aircraft pilot and instructor employed by Air America and Air Asia in Udorn, Thailand, from March 3, 1962 through June 30, 1974, when he separated from the company.
Charles W. Penry was an Aeronautical Engineer working for the Chance Vought Aircraft, Inc. company. The collection contains clippings, photographs, military records, ephemera, memorabilia, narratives, reports, and charts.
Iver O. Penttinen was a collector and aficionado of World War I aviation materials. The collection contains reports, correspondence, images, and memorabilia of both the Central Powers and the Entente Powers.
The collection contains manuscript of Crew 7 of VPB-119.
This collection contains Braniff aircraft memorabilia, photographs, correspondence, brochures, clippings, annual reports, and ephemera.
The collection contains clippings, brochures, correspondence, and photographs relating to the Powder Puff Derby.
After a long military career with the United States Air Force, Billy Paul Pratt, was hired by Air America on August 17, 1964 as a Captain. He flew for the company until his death on September 22, 1977. His last duty station was Vientiane, Laos.
Howard Otto Precup served both as an instructor and radio operator on more than thirty bombing raids over Southern Europe. His B-24 equipped unit, the 780th Bombardment Squadron (Heavy) of the 465th Bombardment Group (Heavy) of the 55th Bombardment Wing, was assigned to the 15th Air Force.
The collection contains a photograph album, newsletters, clippings, correspondence, a poem, narratives, brochures, ephemera, military records, and photographs.
President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963. He was traveling to speak at an event hosted by the Graduate Research Center of the Southwest.
Sally Bath-Prill worked for the United State Department of Commerce Office of Aerospace during the negotiations between the American Government and the European Union over subsidies to Airbus, and international trade in the commercial aviation field.
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.
The Stella Randolph Collection is focused on research into the early flights of Gustave Whitehead, believed by many to have occurred before the Wright Brothers. Extensive correspondence, affidavits, and interviews document the methodical research, resulting in numerous magazine articles and two books on Whitehead's inventions and flying attempts.
The collection contains a pilot's log book, photograph, and certificate of graduation.
James Ralph (Jim) Ray was a famous illustrator and aviator working for Kelloggs and other companies. He published his art in many books and magazines. The collection contans sketches, original drawings and art, photographs, articles, an manuscripts.
The collection contains a scrapbook, clippings, photographs, first flight covers, brochures, magazines, documents, Pan American Airways newsletters, first flight survey, and annual review.
Allen W. Rich served with Air America, Inc. as a Senior Flight Officer, flying fixed wing aircraft, from May 9, 1962, until his resignation from the company on May 11, 1968.