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Guide to the Richard K. Smith Papers, RG 259


Processed and Listed by: Dieter C. Ullrich
Date: April 2004

Date Span:
1950-2001

Size:
50.0 cubic feet.

Number of Boxes:
83 letter sized document boxes; 11 legal sized document boxes; 3 ˝ letter sized document boxes; 3 oversized boxes.

Type of material:
Correspondence, manuscripts, research notes, photographs and negatives.

Physical condition:
Some aging and water damage.

Arrangement:
Organized into four series: Correspondence; Subject files; Articles, Drafts and Manuscripts; and Photographs, Slides and Negatives. The collection is arranged chronologically by title of subject file or date of correspondence.

Historical or Biographical Sketch:
Richard Kenneth Smith was born on November 2, 1929 at Joliet, Illinois to Raymond Kenneth and Loretta Cunningham Smith. Richard Smith's resided in several cities in the United States during his early childhood. His father, who worked as a Service Sales Engineer for the J. S. Coffin Company, relocated the family numerous times prior to 1939 and Richard attended eleven different schools before the age of ten. The Smith family moved to a small railroad town in central Mexico in the spring of 1939, where they remained until December of 1941. His family returned to Joliet as the nation entered the Second World War. His father joined the United States Coast Guard in early 1942 and was commissioned a Lieutenant Commander later the same year. Following the war, the Smith family relocated to New York City where Raymond was hired as Vice President and Chief Engineer for the International Railroad Supply Company.

After graduating high school in 1947, Richard attended Joliet Junior College and later the University of Illinois. During the summer he worked various jobs aboard merchant ships traveling to Europe. With the outbreak of Korean War, he enlisted in the merchant marines and served as an engineer for various steamship companies. In 1955, he was called to active duty for two years in the United States Naval Reserves. From 1957 to 1959, he completed his undergraduate work at the University of Illinois. He applied and was accepted as a graduate student in history at the University of Illinois in the fall of 1959 and completed his Master of Arts degree in 1961. Intermittently from 1961 to 1966 he pursued and completed the requirements for a Ph.D. in History at the University of Chicago. In the meantime, his first book was published in 1965 and was titled The Airships Akron and Macon: Flying Aircraft Carriers of the U. S. Navy.

Unable to find employment directly out of graduate school, Dr. Smith returned to sea as a ship engineer for American Export - Isbrandtsen Lines. After a year tour, he was hired as an historian for the National Air & Space Museum of the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D. C. He also became the American literary editor for Flying Review International (later Air International) and The Air Enthusiast & Airliners International in 1967, a position he held until his retirement in 1986. In 1971, he accepted a position as a manuscript historian at the Milton S. Eisenhower Library at Johns Hopkins University to organize and catalog the papers of Hugh L. Dryden, which he successfully completed in 1973 with the publication of The Papers of Dr. Hugh L. Dryden. That same year he became senior historian for Churchill Press and his third book was published - First Across: The U. S. Navy's Transatlantic Flight of 1919. From 1974 to 1978 he served as a senior military analyst for Lulejian Associates.

Unable to find a permanent professorship at an academic institution, Dr. Smith founded his own real estate company in Washington, D. C. and Wilmington, North Carolina. To keep active in the field of aviation history he served as a consultant for military "think tanks", NASA's history division, and the National Air & Space Division. He also taught part-time at the Embry-Riddle Air University at the University of Maryland. In 1984, he received a year's appointment as the Alfred V. Verville Fellow at the National Air & Space Museum. By the summer of 1986, he resigned his positions in the Washington area and moved to Wilmington, North Carolina. While in semi-retirement he continued to write and research topics related to aviation history. During the 1990's, he lectured at national conferences and regional colleges close to Wilmington, corresponded with former colleagues and peers, and collected books on aviation. In 1995, he was under contract to write a book on the history of in-flight refueling for United States Air Force. He died before its completion in 2001.

Dr. Smith was a member of the American Military Institute; American Aviation Historical Society; Society for the History of Technology; Wingfoot Lighter-Than-Air Society; and the Aerospace Education Foundation. He authored dozens of articles, chapters in monographs and three books. (see Directory of American Scholars, Seventh Edition)

Scope and Content:
Consists of correspondence written and received by Richard K. Smith from 1950 to 2001, the bulk of the letters being written from 1974 to 1999. Included in the collection are numerous subject files kept by Smith relating to aviation history; drafts of articles; unpublished book and chapter manuscripts; photographs, slides and negatives of dirigibles and airplanes, and genealogical information regarding the Smith family.

Keyword descriptors:


Item list:

SERIES I: Contains correspondence written and received by Richard K. Smith from 1950 to 2001. Includes letters arranged by 
date, alphabetical by surname and correspondence by subject heading title.  

Sub-series 1A: Dated material with no subject headings.

Box 1 
1.	1950-1951
2.	1952
3.	1957-1962
4.	1963
5.	1964
6.	1965
7.	1966
8.	January-July, 1967
9.	August-December, 1967
10.	1968
11.	1969
12.	1970
13.	1971
14.	1972
15.	1973
16.	1974

Box 2
1.	1975
2.	1976
3.	1977
4.	1978
5.	1979
6.	1980
7.	1981
8.	1982
9.	1983
10.	1984
11.	January-June, 1985
12.	July-December, 1985

Box 3
1.	January-June, 1986
2.	July-September, 1986
3.	October-December, 1986
4.	January-June, 1987
5.	July-December, 1987
6.	January-June, 1988
7.	July-December, 1988
8.	January-June, 1989
9.	July-December, 1989

Box 4
1.	January-June, 1990
2.	July-December, 1990
3.	1991
4.	1992
5.	January-February, 1993
6.	March-December, 1993
7.	January-June, 1994
8.	July-December, 1994

Box 5
1.	1995
2.	1996
3.	January-June, 1997
4.	July-December, 1997
5.	January-June, 1998
6.	July-December, 1998
7.	January-June, 1999
8.	July-December, 1999
9.	2000-2001
10.	Undated

Sub-series 1B: Alphabetical correspondence as filed by author.

Box 6
1.	A, 1957-1974
2.	A, 1978-1985
3.	B, 1966-1973
4.	B, 1973-1987
5.	B, 1973-1987
6.	C, 1967-1974
7.	C, 1975-1997
8.	D, 1968-1974
9.	D, 1975-1986
10.	E, 1969-1971
11.	E, 1975-1985
12.	F, 1968-1974
13.	F, 1974-1986

Box 7
1.	G, 1966-1985
2.	G, 1976-1985
3.	H, 1967-1974
4.	H, 1975-1987
5.	H, 1975-1987
6.	I, 1969-1974
7.	I, 1976-1983
8.	J, 1968-1974
9.	J, 1975-1983
10.	K, 1968-1974
11.	K, 1978-1987
12.	L, 1968-1974
13.	L, 1974-1985

Box 8
1.	M, 1968-1974
2.	M, 1972-1986
3.	M, 1972-1986
4.	Mc, 1968-1974
5.	Mc, 1975-1987
6.	N, 1968-1974
7.	N, 1976-1987
8.	O, 1976-1987
9.	P, 1969-1974
10.	P, 1976-1987
11.	P, 1976-1987
12.	R, 1968-1974
13.	R, 1976-1987
14.	R, 1976-1987

Box 9
1.	S, 1968-1974
2.	S, 1975-1987
3.	S, 1975-1987
4.	T, 1968-1974
5.	T, 1978-1987
6.	T, 1978-1987
7.	U, 1969-1971
8.	U, 1976-1987
9.	V, 1976-1987
10.	W, 1968-1973
11.	W, 1975-1987
12.	X,Y,Z, 1968-1974
13.	X,Y,Z, 1976-1987

Sub-series 1C: Surname and subject topic related correspondence arranged alphabetically by author and title of subject.

Box 10
1.	Air International, 1975-1985
2.	Eddie Allen, 1985
3.	Eddie Allen, friends, 1985
4.	Richard S. Allen, 1975-1987
5.	American Aviation Historical Society, 1958-1973
6.	Karl Arnstein, 1959-1963
7.	Wayne N. Block, 1960-1971
8.	Wayne N. Block, 1960-1971
9.	Calvin M. Bolster, 1958-1961
10.	Book dealers, 1960-1967
11.	Book publishers, 1960-1962
12.	Book publishers, 1963-1972
13.	Canada, 1976-1979
14.	Fulbright, 1986
15.	Garland Fulton, 1958-1964

Box 11
1.	M. J. Gerra (aboard the "Barbara Lykes"), January-August, 1952
2.	M. J. Gerra (aboard the "Mormacelm" and "African Pilgrim"), August-December, 1952
3.	M. J. Gerra (aboard the "Flying Arrow"), 1953
4.	M. J. Gerra (aboard the "Flying Arrow"), 1954
5.	R. Cargill Hall, 1974-1984
6.	D. Ward Harrington, 1958-1966
7.	Alfred Lilienthal, 1977-1983
8.	Anne M. Lindbergh, 1976-1998
9.	Harvey Lippincott, 1977-1985
10.	Literary Agents, 1980
11.	Lulejian & Associates, 1974
12.	David M. Mackey, 1960-1962

Box 12
1.	Donald M. Mackey, 1960-1962
2.	Donald M. Mackey, 1962-1964
3.	Donald M. Mackey, 1965-1967
4.	Donald M. Mackey, 1963-1968
5.	Magazine publishers, 1959-1966
6.	Walter P. Maierperger, 1973-1978
7.	Walter P. Maierperger, 1977-1978
8.	H. B. Miller, 1960-1963
9.	Moffett / Ramsey Project, 1968-1970
10.	NC-4, 1977-1986
11.	Navy, 1954-1957
12.	Odaliska, 1975-1978

Box 13
1.	Merle Olmstead, 1960-1962
2.	Scott E. Peck, 1960-1963
3.	Douglas H. Robinson, 1964-1969
4.	Raymond K. Smith, 1960-1974
5.	To Raymond K. Smith, 1960-1974
6.	To Raymond K. Smith, 1958-1969
7.	Smithsonian, 1957-1969
8.	Smithsonian, 1978-1979
9.	Society for the History of Technology, 1984
10.	Television
11.	Barbara Thomas, 1973-1980
12.	Time-Life Books, 1981-1982
13.	Transatlantic Flight (Harry Richman letters) - 1967-1969

Box 14
1.	University of Maryland, 1983-1985
2.	Ralph H. Upson, 1961-1968
3.	U.S.S. Akron & U.S.S. Macon, 1962-1965
4.	U.S.S. Akron & U.S.S. Macon, 1958-1965
5.	U.S.S. Akron & U.S.S. Macon, 1958-1965
6.	U.S.S. Liberty, 1978-1979
7.	Wingfoot Lighter than Air Society, 1959-1960
8.	World Air Race, 1966-1970


SERIES II: Consists of the research subject files of Richard K. Smith. Series includes numerous photocopies of published and 
unpublished articles, government reports and declassified military records from 1920's to the 1960's.   

Sub-series 2A: Legal sized documents organized in alphabetical order by subject heading title.

Box 15
1.	Aircraft Policy Procedures, 1944
2.	Eddie Allen Correspondence, 1936
3.	American Investigation Corporation, 1922-1923
4.	Argentina - Industrial Aviation, 1934
5.	The Azores - Military report, 1941
6.	B-36, 1952
7.	B-36
8.	B-36 - Procurement Program, 1948-1949
9.	Albert John Baumer Courts Martial, 1943
10.	Albert John Baumer Courts Martial, 1943
11.	Bermuda - Aviation history, 1919-1931
12.	Bermuda - Aviation history, 1932-1940
13.	Biographical information - Richard K. Smith
14.	Bodensee Airship - Intelligence report, 1920
15.	Boeing Boom Report, 1951
16.	Brazil - Commercial & Civil Aviation, 1927-1940
17.	Bureau of Navigation - Report on Zeppelin designs, 1917

Box 16
1.	Canada - Air mail service
2.	Canada - Pan American / Imperial Airways, 1932-1937
3.	Canada - Transatlantic Flight Service, 1923-1926
4.	Canada - Transatlantic Flight Service, 1927
5.	Canada - Transatlantic Flight Service, 1928-1929
6.	Canada - Transatlantic Flight Service, 1930-1931
7.	Canada - Transatlantic Flight Service, 1932
8.	Canada - Transatlantic Flight Service, 1933
9.	Canada - Transatlantic Flight Service, 1934

Box 17
1.	Canada - Transatlantic Flight Service, 1935
2.	Canada - Transatlantic Flight Service, 1935-1936
3.	Canada - Transatlantic Flight Service,1937
4.	Canada - Transatlantic Flight Service,1938
5.	Canada - Transatlantic Flight Service,1939
6.	Canada - Transatlantic Flight Service,1940
7.	Canada - Transatlantic Flight Service, 1941-1945
8.	Civil International Aviation, 1935
9.	Class ZR Airship - Blueprints, 1927
10.	Class ZR Airship - Blueprints, 1927
11.	Harold Dahl, 1937
12.	Denmark - United States Flights, 1930-1937
13.	Early Refueling Methods - Reports, 1943
14.	Early Refueling Methods - Reports, 1947

Box 18
1.	Early Refueling Methods - Reports, 1948
2.	Endurance and refueling test, 1923
3.	Flight refueling
4.	Flight refueling for aircraft, 1944-1948
5.	Fokker Single-seater Biplane, 1918
6.	Gander Airport - History
7.	Graf Zeppelin - Intelligence Reports, 1934
8.	Graf Zeppelin - Miscellaneous
9.	Greenland Expedition, 1941
10.	Heavy and medium bombardment development program, 1942-1954
11.	Heavy bombardment report, 1947
12.	Anton F. Heinen - Report on Airship Warfare, 1941
13.	Hindenburg - Brochures, 1937
14.	Hindenburg - Official reports (U.S.), 1936
15.	Hindenburg - Official reports (U.S.), 1936

Box 19
1.	Hindenburg - Official reports (U.S.), 1936
2.	Hindenburg - Official reports (U.S.), 1936
3.	Hindenburg, VDI paper, 1936
4.	Hindenburg - Miscellaneous
5.	Imperial Airways - Bermuda, 1933-1938
6.	Imperial Airways - Canada & Newfoundland, 1932-1938
7.	Imperial Airways - Pan American Airways, 1934-1938
8.	Imperial Airways - Transatlantic Service, 1935-1938
9.	In-flight refueling, 1920's
10.	Italo Balbo, 1933
11.	Iceland - Newfoundland Air Route
12.	KB-29, 1947-1950
13.	Lassiter Committee, 1923

Box 20
1.	Lufthansa - Air Base Vessels, 1929-1936
2.	Lufthansa - Service flights, 1936
3.	Luftwaffe in the Spanish Civil War 
4.	Luftwaffe in the Spanish Civil War 
5.	Luftwaffe in the Spanish Civil War 
6.	MacRobertson Race - Correspondence, 1984
7.	Manuscript - "Atlantic Air Race, Flights of 1919"
8.	Minutes of Weapons Boards (UFAF), 1948
9.	William A. Moffett - Military Records, 1900-1918
10.	William A. Moffett - Record of Service, 1900
11.	Navy Blimps, 1916-1922
12.	Nederlandsche Luchtschip Reederij - Prospectus
13.	Non-stop Transcontinental Flight in P-51D, 1944
14.	Ocean Air Transportation, 1937
15.	Overseas flights, 1944

Box 21
1.	Pan American Airways - General Information, 1930-1940
2.	Pan American Airways - Sub-Artic Route
3.	Pan American Airways - Transatlantic service, 1931-1939
4.	Pan American Airways - Transatlantic Air Service, 1945
5.	Pan American Airways - Transpacific flights
6.	Pan American Airways - War effort, 1945
7.	Papers pertaining to refueling flights, 1929
8.	Question mark flight - Exhibit no. 1, Operation orders, 1928
9.	Question mark flight - Exhibit no. 7, Dropped messages, 1928
10.	Question mark flight - Final report, 1929
11.	Question mark flight - Official report, 1929
12.	Question mark flight - Report on Ground operations, 1929
13.	Records of speed and endurance flights, 1923-1933
14.	Refueling project, 1948
15.	Rigid Airships for naval transport purposes, 1944
16.	The Roma
17.	Schuette-Lanz Airship System - Patents

Box 22
1.	T. G. W. Settle - Correspondence, 1961-1965
2.	T. G. W. Settle - Correspondence, 1961-1965
3.	T. G. W. Settle - Correspondence, 1961-1965
4.	Shannon Airport
5.	Spanish Civil Aircraft - Articles, 1937-1939
6.	Spanish Civil Aircraft - Miscellaneous
7.	Spanish Civil Aircraft - Official documents
8.	Spanish Civil Aircraft - Russian
9.	Spanish Civil Aircraft - War Department Records
10.	Spanish Civil Aircraft - War Department Records
11.	Spanish Civil Aircraft - War Department Records

Box 23
1.	Tanking in the Air Experiment, 1931
2.	Frank Tinker - Correspondence
3.	Frank Tinker - Government Records, 1937-1938
4.	Trans-American Airlines - Sub-Artic Route, 1932-1933
5.	Transatlantic Air Services - Newfoundland & Canada, 1933
6.	Transatlantic Air Services Agreement - Canada, 1935
7.	Transatlantic Air Transportation, 1941-1943
8.	Transatlantic Military Bases - Newfoundland & Canada, 1945
9.	Transatlantic Transportation - Newfoundland & Canada, 1946-1949
10.	Transcontinental Flight - Official Records, 1922
11.	Transcontinental Refueling Experiment, 1929
12.	Trans-North Atlantic Air Service, 1936
13.	Trans-North Atlantic Air Service, 1937
14.	Trans-North Atlantic Air Service, 1938

Box 24
1.	Trans-North Atlantic Air Service, 1939
2.	Trans-North Atlantic Air Service - Miscellaneous reports
3.	U.S.A.F. Aircraft and Weapons Board Minutes, 1947
4.	U.S.A.F. Aircraft and Weapons Board Minutes, 1948
5.	U.S. Naval Aircraft List, 1911-1940
6.	U.S.S. Liberty - Court of Inquiry, 1967
7.	U.S.S. Liberty - Court of Inquiry, 1967
8.	U.S.S. Liberty - Court exhibits 1 to 47, 1967
9.	U.S.S. Liberty - Court exhibit 48 & documents 1-49, 1967

Box 25
1.	U.S.S. Liberty - Court exhibit 48 & documents 50-111, 1967
2.	U.S.S. Liberty - Miscellaneous documents, 1967
3.	U.S.S. Liberty - Miscellaneous documents, 1967
4.	U.S.S. Liberty - Miscellaneous documents and maps, 1967
5.	U.S. Army - History of Rigid Airship Question, 1922-1924
6.	Wingtip coupling - Wingtip tow (photographs)
7.	Elmer D. Woodward - Correspondence, 1983-1984
8.	Elmer D. Woodward - Correspondence, 1983-1984
9.	Elmer D. Woodward - Correspondence, 1985
10.	Elmer D. Woodward - Correspondence, 1986
11.	YE-16 (Blueprint)
12.	ZRS 4&5 (Blueprints)

Sub-series 2B: Letter sized documents organized in alphabetical order by subject heading title.

Box 26
1.	9th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, 1974
2.	11th & 96th Air Refueling Squadrons, 1955
3.	16th Air Force Operation Recovery, 1966
4.	26th Air Division, 1961
5.	27th Fighter Escort Wing, 1952
6.	31st Fighter Escort Wing
7.	39th Air Division
8.	42nd Air Refueling Squadron, 1954
9.	43rd Air Refueling Squadron, 1949-1952
10.	43rd Bombardment Wing, 1949
11.	55th Air Refueling Squadron, 1955
12.	70th Air Refueling Squadron, 1955
13.	93rd Bombardment Wing - History, 1957
14.	93rd Bombardment Wing - "Power Flite", 1957
15.	95th Bombardment Wing
16.	100th Air Refueling Squadron, 1954
17.	305th Bombardment Wing, 1962
18.	307th Air Refueling Squadron, 1952
19.	317th Tactical Airlift Wing, 1969
20.	341st & 90th Air Refueling Squadron, 1955
21.	429th Air Refueling Squadron, 1961
22.	4047th Strategic Wing, 1952
23.	4505th Air Refueling Wing, 1959
24.	4060th Air Refueling Wing, 1955
25.	1926: Year of decision for American Aviation, 1984
26.	A-3 Tankers
27.	A-7
28.	A-4 - Flight manual, 1969

Box 27
1.	AJ-1, 1955
2.	AMC Conference notes, 1948-1952
3.	AOPA
4.	Accessories - Airplanes
5.	Address by Otto P. Weyland, 1958
6.	Aerial Refueling Chronology, 1955
7.	Aerial Refueling Program - Staff Study, 1957
8.	Aero Dopes and Varnishes, 1927
9.	Aerodynamics
10.	Aerodynamics / Airfoils
11.	Aero-medical Evacuation - History
12.	Aeronautics
13.	Aeroplanes and Engines Publishers, Inc., 1976
14.	Aeropostale - Air France
15.	Air Coordinating Committee, 1945
16.	Air Corps Installations - History, 1947

Box 28
1.	Air Refueling History
2.	Air Refueling Manual, 1962-1963
3.	Air Research and Development Command - Chronology, 1956
4.	Air-to-air Refueling, 1949
5.	Air-to-air Refueling - Case History, 1949
6.	Air-to-air Refueling - History
7.	Airborne Downlook Radar
8.	Aircraft and the Merchant Marine, 1937
9.	Aircraft engines, 1903-1914
10.	Aircraft laboratory - History, 1949
11.	Aircraft of the Spanish Civil War
12.	Aircraft radio reception
13.	Aircraft Registration Form for Prominent Aircraft, 1930s
14.	Airframes
15.	Airgraph Letter Service
16.	Airmail
17.	Airplane types
18.	Airplane Weight and Cost, 1952

Box 29
1.	Airships - Miscellaneous
2.	Airship Policy and Program - United States, 1929-1936
3.	Airship's problem in History
4.	Eddie Allen, 1920-1924
5.	Eddie Allen, 1925-1930
6.	Eddie Allen, 1931-1936
7.	Eddie Allen, 1937-1943
8.	Eddie Allen - B-29 Crash, 1943
9.	Eddie Allen - Bibliography
10.	Eddie Allen - Margaret Broussard (correspondence)
11.	Eddie Allen - Death reports, etc.
12.	Eddie Allen - Family history
13.	Eddie Allen - First marriage (Allene Gregory)
14.	Eddie Allen - Government licenses
15.	Eddie Allen - Last will & testament

Box 30
1.	Eddie Allen - "Light Planes & Gliders", 1924
2.	Eddie Allen - Official Personnel Folder
3.	Eddie Allen - Reports
4.	Eddie Allen - Wright Brothers research
5.	Eddie Allen - Miscellaneous
6.	Eddie Allen - Miscellaneous
7.	Eddie Allen - Miscellaneous
8.	Eddie Allen - Miscellaneous letters, 1914-1929
9.	Richard S. Allen - Manuscript (Spanish Civil War)
10.	Richard S. Allen - Spanish Civil War
11.	Thomas Allen
12.	Alexander the Swoose, 1949
13.	All American aviation - P-38, 1945
14.	All methods of range extension other than in-flight refueling, 1951
15.	Dave Allport Article - "History of In-flight refueling", 1995
16.	Aluminum & Duralumin, 1825-1930
17.	American Aviators in the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939

Box 31
1.	Army Air Force Board - Refueling in flight test, 1944
2.	Army Air Forces in Iceland, 1941-1947
3.	Army Airways Communications System, 1938-1945
4.	Asiatic Fleet, 1940-1942
5.	Aviation articles appearing in U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings
6.	Aviation - From origin to World War II
7.	The Azores and U.S. security, 1983
8.	B-1, 1976-1995
9.	B-1B - Flight manual, 1995
10.	 B-2, 1992-1995
11.	B-15
12.	B-17
13.	B-24
14.	B-29 - Chronology & History
15.	B-36 - Chronology & History

Box 32
1.	B-45, 1950
2.	B-47
3.	B-47
4.	B-47 - Chronology & History
5.	B-47 - History
6.	B-47 - Operational exercises, 1953
7.	B-47 - Specifications
8.	B-50
9.	B-52
10.	B-52 - Air Refueling Procedures, 1994

Box 33
1.	B-52 - Chronology
2.	B-58
3.	B-58
4.	B-70
5.	B-70 - History
6.	B707 - Multi-role tanker transport aircraft
7.	BV 222C - Pilots Handbook, 1943
8.	Italo Balbo, 1933-1934
9.	Albert J. Baumler
10.	Albert J. Baumler - Flight record
11.	Albert J. Baumler - Logbook, 1937-1939
12.	Bermuda - World War II newspaper clippings, 1972

Box 34
1.	Bibliography - Lighter than Air Aeronautics
2.	Biographical Information - Academic records (Richard K. Smith)
3.	Bird Flight
4.	Blimps - Designs
5.	Arthur Bluthenthal
6.	Boeing investigation of in-flight refueling methods
7.	Boeing Receiver Aircraft Installations, 1954

Box 35
1.	Boeing - Engineer Annual Reports, 1929-1934
2.	Boeing - Flying Boat Proposal, 1937
3.	Boeing - Miscellaneous
4.	Boeing - Model 40
5.	Boeing - Model 80
6.	Boeing - Model 95
7.	Boeing - Model 200
8.	Boeing - Model 202
9.	Boeing - Model 205
10.	Boeing - Model 211
11.	Boeing - Model 221
12.	Boeing - Model 213
13.	Boeing - Model 214
14.	Boeing - Model 215
15.	Boeing - Model 216
16.	Boeing - Model 238
17.	Boeing - Model 239
18.	Boeing - Model 243
19.	Boeing - Model 246
20.	Boeing - Model 247
21.	Boeing - Model 247, January-October, 1931
22.	Boeing - Model 247, November-December, 1931
23.	Boeing - Model 247, January, 1932
24.	Boeing - Model 247, February, 1932
25.	Boeing - Model 247, March, 1932
26.	Boeing - Model 247, April, 1932
27.	Boeing - Model 247, May-June, 1932

Box 36
1.	Boeing - Model 247, July-August, 1932
2.	Boeing - Model 247, September-October, 1932
3.	Boeing - Model 247, November, 1932
4.	Boeing - Model 247, December, 1932
5.	Boeing - Model 247 - Progress reports, 1932
6.	Boeing - Model 247, 1933
7.	Boeing - Model 247 - General information
8.	Boeing - Model 247 - Logbooks, 1934
9.	Boeing - Model 247 - Miscellaneous correspondence
10.	Boeing - Model 247 - Specifications
11.	Boeing - Model 290
12.	Boeing - Model 294
13.	Boeing - Model 299
14.	Boeing - Model 300 - Correspondence, 1934-1935
15.	Boeing - Model 300 - Specifications
16.	Boeing - Model 302

Box 37
1.	Boeing - Model 307 - Specifications
2.	Boeing - Model 307 - Cabin pressure
3.	Boeing - Model 307 - General information
4.	Boeing - Model 314 - Correspondence, 1936
5.	Boeing - Model 314 - Correspondence, 1938
6.	Boeing - Model 314 - Correspondence, 1939
7.	Boeing - Model 314 - Specifications
8.	Boeing - Model 314 - General information
9.	Boeing - Model 314 - General information
10.	Boeing - Model 320
11.	Boeing - Model 323
12.	Boeing - Model 326
13.	Boeing - Model 327
14.	Boeing - Model 709
15.	Boeing - Model 717
16.	Boeing - Model 707 Tanker
17.	Boeing - Model 747 Advance tanker
18.	Boeing - Miscellaneous, 1931-1938

Box 38
1.	Bombing battleships, 1920s
2.	Boom vs. Probe Drogue, 1952-1953
3.	Boom vs. Probe Drogue, 1953
4.	Boom - Drogue Adapter report, 1956
5.	Brief history of officers pay legislation, 1947
6.	British aircraft, 1949
7.	Buddy aerial fueling system
8.	C. P. Burgess - Design memos, 1936-1945
9.	C-5
10.	C-17
11.	C-97
12.	C-97 - Articles
13.	C-124
14.	C-130
15.	C-132
16.	C-135	- Air refueling
17.	C-141
18.	Canadian Pacific Airlines - History, 1978

Box 39
1.	Canadian Tanker Bases, 1954-1960
2.	Cargo and trainer aircraft division - History, 1954
3.	Cargo compatible fuel tanker, 1997
4.	Case for the airship today, 1940
5.	Case history of air-to-air refueling, 1949
6.	Case history of air-to-air refueling, 1949
7.	"Cheyenne and the flying postman", 1965
8.	Chinese Air Force, 1939-1941
9.	Chronologies
10.	Chronology of In-flight refueling
11.	"Claire Edvedt's Trip to Europe"
12.	Clancy
13.	Cobham PLC
14.	"Cold War Episodes"
15.	Concorde Crash
16.	Consolidated
17.	Convair - C99
18.	Convair - Patrol bomber flying boat, 1939
19.	Convair air tankers, 1943

Box 40
1.	Cornelius XFG-1
2.	Corrosion Resistant Aluminum, 1927
3.	Cowl flaps, 1937-1938
4.	Cowling & Cooling
5.	"A decade of security through global air power", 1956
6.	Design aspects of zeppelin operations from case histories
7.	Design & Performance
8.	Development of Air Refueling in the U. S. Navy, 1983
9.	Development of Air Service for U. S. Navy, 1919-1922
10.	Development of Aviation in Canada, 1879-1948
11.	Director of Naval History - Correspondence, 1959-1965
12.	Dornier DO-X, 1930-1931
13.	Dornier Freidrichshafen Plant, 1929
14.	Douglas - DC-1
15.	Douglas - DC-2
16.	Douglas - DC-2 - Miscellaneous
17.	Douglas - DC-3
18.	Douglas - DC-4
19.	Douglas - DC-4 - Specifications

Box 41
1.	Douglas - Arthur Raymond
2.	Douglas - Miscellaneous
3.	Douglas Aircraft - MX1001, 1951
4.	Douglas Aircraft - MX1016, 1951-1952
5.	Drag of exposed parts, 1928
6.	Hugh L. Dryden - Bibliography, 1966
7.	Duralumin
8.	Early instrument landing systems, 1959
9.	Endurance flight - Rockwell field, 1923
10.	Endurance flights - Attempts chronology
11.	Engine accessories
12.	Engines, 1919-1929
13.	Engines, 1923-1925
14.	Engines, 1926-1928
15.	Engines, 1930
16.	Engines, 1930-1934

Box 42
1.	Escobar's American Mercenary Pilots
2.	Evolution of Air Refueling, 1923-1957
3.	F2H-2
4.	F3H-2N
5.	F-4
6.	F7U-3
7.	F-9
8.	F-14
9.	F-15
10.	F-16
11.	F-80
12.	F-86
13.	F-90
14.	F-100
15.	F-101
16.	F-104
17.	F-105
18.	F-111
19.	F-117
20.	FH-1
21.	FJ-2 & FJ-4
22.	FICON
23.	FICON, 1958-1964
24.	Fairchild FC-2W2
25.	Family history - Narrative (Smith family)
26.	Family history - Material (Smith family)
27.	Fatal accidents in transatlantic flight

Box 43
1.	Federal Aviation Commission - Lighter than Air, 1934
2.	Fighter Aircraft Development Program, 1953
3.	Flaps, High lift devices
4.	Flight instruments
5.	Flight log of the Graf Zeppelin, 1931-1937
6.	Flight operations
7.	Flight Refueling Ltd., 1948-1949
8.	Flight Refueling Tests, 1942-1945
9.	Flight Testing for Performance and Stability
10.	Flight trials of GZ-1
11.	Flying boom in-flight refueling - Training manual, 1956
12.	Ford Aircraft
13.	Fortune's history of the American Aircraft Industry and American Airlines - Bibliography
14.	Forty years of in-flight refueling, 1918-1957
15.	French aeronautics, 1930's

Box 44
1.	Fuels
2.	Fuels and lubes
3.	GRB-36D
4.	GS-1240
5.	GZ-1 & 2 -Blueprints
6.	Garland Fulton Papers, 1927-1934
7.	Garland Fulton Papers, 1935-1942
8.	Brian Gardner Manuscript - "A History of Air Refueling", 1993
9.	General design aspects of flight refueling
10.	General Studies Board, 1900-1948
11.	Gold-plating, 1954
12.	Goodyear Aircraft Corp., 1959-1964
13.	Goodyear Airship Columbia, 1973
14.	Goodyear Airship Envelopes, 1911-1953
15.	Goodyear Airships -History
16.	Goodyear Commercial Airships - Summary of Operations, 1925-1974
17.	Goodyear Pilgrim Airship
18.	Goodyear-Zeppelin Project, January, 1938
19.	Goodyear-Zeppelin Project, February, 1938
20.	Goodyear-Zeppelin Project, October, 1938
21.	Goodyear-Zeppelin Project, June, 1939

Box 45
1.	Goodyear-Zeppelin - Miscellaneous
2.	Graf Zeppelin
3.	Graf Zeppelin - Brochures, 1930s
4.	Graf Zeppelin - Flight records, 1928-1935
5.	Graf Zeppelin - Travel reports, 1931-1934
6.	Graf Zeppelin - Travel reports, 1935-1937
7.	Graf Zeppelin & Hindenburg - Performance data, 1928-1936
8.	Willis R. Gregg interview, 1934
9.	Grumman XF5F-1
10.	Gyro Instruments
11.	Gyro instruments
12.	HA-139
13.	Hamilton-Standard
14.	Handley Page - Type 42
15.	John D. Hays - Correspondence, 1964-4966

Box 46
1.	Heavy Vertical Airlift, 1979
2.	Heinkel HE 70
3.	Hi-speed "Mail Plane"
4.	High Altitude
5.	High Altitude Aircraft
6.	High Altitude Flying
7.	High Energy Fuels
8.	High Energy Fuels, 1958
9.	High Lift Devices
10.	Hindenburg
11.	Hindenburg - Articles, 1936
12.	Hindenburg - Articles, 1936-1938
13.	Hindenburg - Summary of Atlantic Crossings, 1936
14.	Hindenburg - Travel log, 1936
15.	History and progress of refueling in flight, 1940

Box 47
1.	Hose & Drogue
2.	Hose & Drogue
3.	J. C. Hunsaker - Correspondence, 1946
4.	Ice & De-icing
5.	Index to airships, 1917-1922
6.	In-flight fuel transfer
7.	In-flight refueling - 1930's
8.	In-flight refueling - 1940's
9.	In-flight refueling - 1950's
10.	In-flight refueling, 1948
11.	In-flight refueling articles from Boeing Magazine
12.	In-flight refueling - Britain
13.	In-flight refueling - Britain
14.	In-flight refueling events chronology

Box 48
1.	In-flight Refueling Liaison Reports, 1952
2.	In-flight Refueling Reports, 1951
3.	Infrastructure
4.	Instruments
5.	Intelligence Summary - Europe & Middle East
6.	J-93 Engine
7.	J-93 Engine - History
8.	Jet Engine
9.	Jet Engines
10.	Jet fighter flights to Europe, 1950
11.	Jet tanker - Transport
12.	Morris B. Jobe Statement, 1979
13.	KB-29
14.	KB-29
15.	KB-29 / B-50
16.	KB-29 / RB-45
17.	KB-50

Box 49
1.	KC-10
2.	KC-97
3.	KC-97
4.	KC-97E
5.	KC-97F
6.	KC-97G
7.	KC-97L
8.	KC-124
9.	KC-130
10.	KC-135
11.	KC-135 - Press releases, 1958-1969
12.	KC-135 - Miscellaneous

Box 50
1.	KC-135
2.	KC-135
3.	KC-135
4.	Theodore Von Karman, 1881-1963
5.	Keystone LB-6
6.	Kindelberger airplane
7.	Kindley Air Force Base - The First 25 Years, 1969
8.	Kindley Air Force Base - History
9.	Kurt Brad - Cartoon
10.	L-19 - History
11.	Landing gear
12.	Landing mats
13.	Landing mats
14.	Legislation & Funding
15.	Edward L. Leiser Manuscript - Aerial Refueling

Box 51
1.	G. W. Lewis - Report on trip to Germany, 1936
2.	George W. Lewis
3.	Lighter than air - Correspondence, 1958-1966
4.	Lighter than air - Technology
5.	Lightweight trains
6.	Lilienthal Company - Air flight research, 1937
7.	Lockheed - 12, 1938
8.	Lockheed - 14, 1938
9.	Lockheed - Constellation, 1944
10.	Lockheed - Electra, 1938
11.	Lockheed - Galaxy C-5
12.	Lockheed - Lodestar, 1957
13.	Lockheed - Model 2-D, 1931
14.	Lockheed - Model 3 Air Express, 1930
15.	Lockheed - Model 5, 1930
16.	Lockheed - Model 6, 1929
17.	Lockheed - Model 8, 1929-1930

Box 52
1.	Lockheed - Model 8-D, 1931
2.	Lockheed - Orion
3.	Lockheed - Orion Model 9
4.	Lockheed - Orion Model 9
5.	Lockheed - Orion Model 9D
6.	Lockheed - Orion Model 9D-2
7.	Lockheed - Orion Model 9F-1
8.	Lockheed - Vega
9.	Lockheed - Vega - Analysis controls, 1929
10.	Lockheed - Vega / Orion
11.	Lockheed - XC-135
12.	Lockheed - Report 5527
13.	Lockheed - Miscellaneous
14.	Lockheed Aircraft Corporation - History, 1943

Box 53
1.	Logbook - Edmund T. Allen, 1934-1943
2.	Logbook for U.S.S. Akron, October-December, 1931
3.	Logbook for U.S.S. Akron, January-March, 1932
4.	Logbook for U.S.S. Akron, April-May, 1932
5.	Logbook for U.S.S. Akron, June, 1932
6.	Logbook for U.S.S. Akron, July, 1932
7.	Logbook for U.S.S. Akron, August-December, 1932
8.	Logbook for U.S.S. Akron, January-April, 1933
9.	Logbook of survey flights in South America, 1938-1939
10.	Long distance record, 1922
11.	Long range aircraft & flights
12.	Lucky Lady flight, 1949
13.	Lufthansa - Annual report - South Atlantic Region, 1934
14.	Lufthansa - Appointment register, 1934
15.	Lufthansa - Miscellaneous reports, 1936-1938
16.	Lufthansa - North Atlantic Operations, 1936

Box 54
1.	Lufthansa - Pilot & Radio Operators, 1933-1939
2.	Lufthansa - Service flights (Europe), 1936
3.	Lufthansa - Service flights (Europe), 1937
4.	Lufthansa - Service flights (South America), 1934
5.	Lufthansa - Service flights (South America), 1935
6.	Lufthansa - Service flights (South America), 1936
7.	Lufthansa - Service flights (South America), 1937
8.	Lufthansa - Service flights (South America), 1937
9.	Lufthansa - Service flights (South America), 1938
10.	Lufthansa - Service flights (South America), 1938
11.	Lufthansa - Service flights (Europe), 1939

Box 55
1.	Doanld M. Mackey Papers
2.	MacRobertson Race, 1934
3.	MacRoberston Race - Australia, 1934
4.	MacRoberston Race - Route, 1934
5.	Manchester L2247
6.	Charles Mathews Manly
7.	Manned Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion Program - History
8.	A. J. von Marbeaux
9.	Marine Corps Aviation Operations in Nicaragua, 1927-1928
10.	Martin M-130
11.	Martin M-130 - Notes
12.	Martin XB-10, 1933
13.	Martin XB-907, 1932
14.	Martin Bomber - Model XB-907, 1932
15.	Materials for aircraft construction
16.	F. W. von Meister - Address at Lakewood, New Jersey, 1968
17.	Merchant Airship Bill, 1931-1932
18.	Metal airplanes, 1920s
19.	Metal airship war recommendations, 1942-1943
20.	Metal clad airship

Box 56
1.	Meteorology
2.	Military uses for airships
3.	H. B. Miller / D. Ward Harrington Papers, 1927-1937
4.	Clark B. Millikan
5.	Mitchel Air Force Base
6.	William A. Moffett - Military records, 1914-1923
7.	William A. Moffett - Military records, 1924-1929
8.	William A. Moffett - Military records, 1929-1940
9.	William A. Moffett - Military records, 1918-1933
10.	Charles N. Monteith
11.	Monthly Information Bulletin - Office of Naval Intelligence, 1925
12.	Moran Refueler, 1942-1943
13.	NC-4 - Report of Movements, May 8-9, 1919
14.	NC-4 - Transatlantic flight, 1919
15.	NC-4 - Transatlantic flight, 1919
16.	NC-4 - Transatlantic flight, 1919

Box 57
1.	NC-4 - Miscellaneous
2.	NC-4 - Miscellaneous
3.	National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics - Subcommittee on Airships, 1937
4.	Naval Aircraft Radio, 1920
5.	Naval utilization of airships - Fulton papers
6.	Navigation
7.	New York Aeronautical Show, 1930
8.	Norge - Polar Airship
9.	North Atlantic fatalities: 48
10.	North Atlantic Flights, 1910-1939
11.	North Atlantic Flights, 1924-1928
12.	North Atlantic Flights, 1919-1931
13.	North Atlantic Flying by Deutsche Lufthansa, 1938
14.	Northrop - Delta Model
15.	Northrop - Gamma
16.	Northrop - N3-D
17.	Northrop - Miscellaneous
18.	Notes on airships for commercial purposes, 1918
19.	Notes on travel while merchant marine (Richard K. Smith), 1951-1952

Box 58
1.	Nuclear Powered Dirigibles, 1957-1961
2.	Nuclear Powered Flight Programs in the United States, 1946-1973
3.	Nuclear powered airplane
4.	Nuclear propulsion for manned aircraft, 1959-1961
5.	Nuclear propulsion for U.S.A.F. Aircraft - Chapter 1-3, 1945-1958
6.	Nuclear propulsion for U.S.A.F. Aircraft - Chapter 5-9, 1945-1958
7.	Operation Linebacker II
8.	Origins of Refueling in Flight
9.	Origins of air refueling in the U.S. Air Force, 1995
10.	Overseas bases, 1954-1956
11.	P6M
12.	Pacusan Long Range Project, 1946

Box 59
1.	Pan-American Airways - Aircraft, 1930s-1940s
2.	Pan-American Airways - History, 1945
3.	Pan-American Airways - History, 1945
4.	Pan-American Airways - Report on Latin America, 1935
5.	Pan-American Airways - Report on Latin America, 1935
6.	Pan-American Airways - Report to War Department, 1945
7.	Pan Am Flight 115 - Accident, 1959
8.	Parasite Aircraft - Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1962-1969
9.	Participation of the Italian Air Force in the Spanish Civil War
10.	Patents - Dirigibles
11.	Lee Pearson - Correspondence, 1959-1966
12.	Lee Pearson - Notes
13.	Performance Data of Graf Zeppelin & Hindenburg
14.	Pilot transportation study - B-18, 1961

Box 60
1.	Pilotless aircraft as guided missiles
2.	Ponta Delgada Naval Base - History
3.	Pratt & Whitney Aircraft Company, 1930-1940
4.	Pratt & Whitney Aircraft Company - History
5.	Prestwick Airport - History
6.	Probe & Drogue Combat Evaluation, 1951
7.	Probe & Drogue Hose Reel System
8.	The progressive development of Strategic Air Command, 1946-1955
9.	Project Big Richard
10.	Project Checo
11.	Project Corona Harvest
12.	Project Gem
13.	Project High Tide
14.	Project Rand
15.	Project Saddle Tree
16.	Propellers
17.	Propellers

Box 61
1.	Question mark flight, 1929
2.	R-34 - Transatlantic flight, 1919
3.	RB-50
4.	RB-52B
5.	Radar Equipped Airships
6.	Radical Airplane Designs
7.	Radio
8.	Radio direction finding
9.	Radius extension effects of refueling a bomber by dissimilar tankers
10.	Refueling & towing missions, 1947
11.	Refueling boom
12.	Refueling operation
13.	Reports from Boeing on in-flight refueling, 1948-1964
14.	Reports from Boeing on in-flight refueling, 1948-1964
15.	Research and development facilities
16.	"Road show" briefing, 1966
17.	Knute Rockne crash
18.	C. E. Rosendaht - Airships

Box 62
1.	Runway lengths
2.	SR-71
3.	Sargent- Fletcher Company
4.	Satellite Studies in the United States, 1945-1947
5.	Schutte-Lanz Airship Projects
6.	Schutte-Lanz Company - Correspondence, 1925-1932
7.	Seaboard World Airlines
8.	Seadrome Systems, 1927-1931
9.	Frank W. Seifert
10.	Select operational exercises of Strategic Air Command, 1954-1956
11.	Seymore-Johnson Air Force Base
12.	Ship to shore & Catapaults
13.	Sikorsky - Flying Boat Proposal, 1937
14.	Sikorsky - S-40
15.	Sikorsky - S-42
16.	Sikorsky - S-42
17.	Sikorsky - S-44
18.	Sikorsky - S-44
19.	Sikorsky - S-45
20.	Sikorsky - Miscellaneous

Box 63
1.	Some features of a modern airship - U.S.S. Akron
2.	Sound Proofing 
3.	South American Flight Log - Lufthansa, 1938
4.	South American Flights of LZ-127 & LZ-129, 1932-1937
5.	South Atlantic Flights, 1931-1932
6.	South Atlantic Flights, 1933
7.	Soviet Aircraft, 1949
8.	Soviet-U.S. In-flight Refueling, 1976
9.	Spain - Intelligence Reports - Economics, 1930-1932
10.	Spain - Intelligence Reports - Combat strength, 1932-1933
11.	Spain - Intelligence Reports - Politics, 1930-1933
12.	Spanish Civil War
13.	Spanish Civil War - Notes
14.	Spanish Civil War Aircraft - American
15.	Spanish Civil War Aircraft - Articles, 1933-1939
16.	Spanish Civil War Aircraft - Correspondence, 1973
17.	Spanish Civil War Aircraft - European

Box 64
1.	Spanish Civil War Aircraft - German
2.	Spanish Civil War Aircraft - Italian
3.	Spanish Civil War Pilots - American
4.	Spanish Civil War Pilots - Russian
5.	Strategic Air Command, 1946-1973
6.	Strategic Air Command, 1953
7.	Strategic Air Command, 1957
8.	Strategic Air Command - Bases in Morocco
9.	Strategic Air Command - History, 1950
10.	Strategic Air Command - History, 1962-1963
11.	Strategic Air Command - In-flight Refueling Program, 1949-1952
12.	Strategic Air Command - In-flight Refueling Program, 1952
13.	Strategic Air Command - In-flight Refueling Program, 1952
14.	Strategic Air Command - Report on In-flight Tankers, 1956-1959
15.	Strategic Air Command - Miscellaneous
16.	Strategic Air Command - History, 1951

Box 65
1.	Strategic Air Command - History, 1952
2.	Strategic Air Command - History, 1952
3.	Strategic Air Command - Summary, 1952
4.	Strategic Air Command, 1953
5.	Strategic Air Command, 1970
6.	Strategic Arms Competition, 1945-1972
7.	Structures for Aircraft Design
8.	Swedish Aircraft, 1949
9.	T-34 - Blueprint
10.	TWA - History
11.	Tactical Air Command - History, 1948-1952
12.	Tactical Air Command, 1953
13.	Tactical Air Command, 1955
14.	Tactical Air Command, 1956

Box 66
1.	Tactical Air Command, 1957
2.	Tactical Air Command, 1958
3.	Tactical Air Command, 1959
4.	Tactical Air Command, 1962
5.	Tactical Air Refueling System, 1958
6.	Tanker boom, 1957
7.	Donald L. Topp
8.	Transatlantic Circumnavigation Flight of 1957
9.	Transatlantic Flights, 1919-1939
10.	Transpacific Air Service to and through Hawaii
11.	Transport types
12.	Travel ledger & notes - Ireland, 1976
13.	Travel ledger, 1983

Box 67
1.	Ultra high bypass propulsion systems
2.	Under-wing fuel servicing system, 1949
3.	United Aircraft & Transportation Corporation - Technical Advisory Committee, 1929
4.	United Aircraft & Transportation Corporation - Technical Advisory Committee, 1929
5.	United Aircraft & Transportation Corporation - Technical Advisory Committee, 1930
6.	United Aircraft & Transportation Corporation - Technical Advisory Committee, 1932
7.	United Aircraft & Transportation Corporation - Technical Advisory Committee, 1937
8.	United Aircraft Corp. - Miscellaneous
9.	United Airlines requirements for new equipment
10.	U. S. Aircraft, 1949
11.	U. S. Army multi-engine bombers, 1918-1932
12.	U. S. Army & Air Force - Correspondence regarding lighter than air airships, 1958-1963
13.	U. S. Defense Policy, 1945-1956
14.	U. S. Navy - Correspondence regarding lighter than air airships, 1959-1966
15.	U. S. Navy's General Board Hearings on Aviation - Bibliography, 1917-1931

Box 68
1.	U.S.S. Akron - Correspondence, 1929-1930
2.	U.S.S. Akron - Correspondence, 1931
3.	U.S.S. Akron - Correspondence, 1932
4.	U.S.S. Akron - Correspondence, 1933
5.	U.S.S. Akron - Miscellaneous materials on disaster
6.	U.S.S. Akron - Report on disaster and inquiry, 1933
7.	U.S.S. Akron & U.S.S. Macon - Bibliographies
8.	U.S.S. Akron & U.S.S. Macon - Correspondence relating to photographs
9.	U.S.S. Akron & U.S.S. Macon - Correspondence relating to publishers
10.	U.S.S. Akron & U.S.S. Macon - U. S. Naval Institute - Correspondence, 1962-1971
11.	U.S.S. Aquarius - Blueprint, 1948
12.	U.S.S. Liberty - Thomas G. Abernathy, 1967-1979
13.	U.S.S. Liberty - Casualty report
14.	U.S.S. Liberty - Miscellaneous articles
15.	U.S.S. Liberty - Research materials, 1978-1983
16.	U.S.S. Liberty - Research materials, 1978-1983

Box 69
1.	U.S.S. Los Angeles - ZR-3
2.	U.S.S. Macon - Airframe & fin
3.	U.S.S. Macon - Blue prints
4.	U.S.S. Macon - Chronology, 1933-1935
5.	U.S.S. Macon - Crash plotting, 1935
6.	U.S.S. Macon - Wreck, 1990
7.	Uses of airships for the British navy
8.	Variable speed drogue
9.	Vertical take-off and landing of inflated aircraft, 1961
10.	Vultee
11.	War plan - United States, 1949
12.	F. A. Weick Airplane - Patent, 1931
13.	Weight
14.	Weight
15.	Weight
16.	Weight control manual - Douglas Aircraft Company, 1944
17.	Wheelus Air Base, 1947-1970

Box 70
1.	Wheel brakes, 1929
2.	Wingtip coupling
3.	Wingfoot Lighter than Air Society
4.	Wingtip towing
5.	World Air Race
6.	Wright Air Development Center - History, 1951
7.	XF-85
8.	XF-85
9.	XF-88
10.	XF7C-1, 1930
11.	XFG-1 - Fuel glider, 1944
12.	XR-7755 engine
13.	ZR-3 - Design report, 1923
14.	ZR-3 - Transatlantic flight, 1924
15.	Zeppelin - LZ-130
16.	Zeppelin in Combat, 1916-1918

Sub-series 2C: Letter sized documents, found after the initial processing phase, organized in alphabetical order by subject 
heading title.

Box 71
1.	American Zeppelin Transport Inc. - Prospectus, 1937
2.	International Zeppelin Transportation Corp. - Airship design, 1931
3.	International Zeppelin Transportation Corp. - Corporation Plans & Prospectus, 1929-1933
4.	International Zeppelin Transportation Corp. - Cost Estimates, 1930
5.	International Zeppelin Transportation Corp. - Helium, 1931
6.	International Zeppelin Transportation Corp. - Meteorology, 1930
7.	International Zeppelin Transportation Corp. - Reports, 1929-1932
8.	International Zeppelin Transportation Corp. - Reports, 1936
9.	International Zeppelin Transportation Corp. - Reports on competition, 1930-1938
10.	International Zeppelin Transportation Corp. - Terminal sites, 1930
11.	Pacific-Zeppelin Transport Company - Prospectus, 1930

Box 72
1.	Army Airships
2.	Army lighter than air
3.	British blimps
4.	British rigid airships
5.	Denmark-Norway Transatlantic Flight
6.	Goodyear blimps
7.	Goodyear-Zeppelin - Miscellaneous
8.	Greenland-Iceland Transatlantic Flight, 1934
9.	Helium
10.	Navy blimps, 1923-1940
11.	S.S. Jelling expedition, 1933
12.	Senate Appropriations Committee, 1958
13.	Trans artic route
14.	ZR-1
15.	ZR-2
16.	ZR-3


SERIES III: Consist of photocopies of published articles, book proposals, working drafts and manuscripts of published and 
unpublished articles, and chapters of books by Richard K. Smith. 

Sub-series 3A: Articles. 

Box 73
1.	The attack on Liberty: A day that should live in infamy, 1978
2.	DeHavilland DH-106
3.	The demise of the rigid airship, 1968
4.	The Douglas decision, 1968
5.	Edmund Turney Allen
6.	Fifty years of Transatlantic flight, 1969
7.	Fifty years of Transatlantic flight, 1969
8.	Fifty years of Transatlantic flight, 1926-1984, 1990
9.	Flight Refueling, 1994
10.	Forty years of skyhooks, 1962
11.	The intercontinental airliner and the essence of airplane performance, 1929-1939, 1983
12.	The intercontinental airliner and the essence of airplane performance, 1929-1939, 1983
13.	Make that bibliography complete, 1962
14.	Marston mat, 1989
15.	The race that rocked Europe
16.	Ralph H. Upson
17.	The rise and fall of the aerial aircraft carrier, 1965
18.	The superiority of the American transatlantic airliner, 1932-1939
19.	Supersonic flight since 1935
20.	Transoceanic aviation fatalities, 1919-1939, 1990
21.	Trapeze artists, 1963
22.	Violation of the Liberty, 1978
23.	The weight envelope
24.	The Wright brothers
25.	The ZRCV - Fascinating might-have-been aeronautics, 1965
26.	Zeppelin - Kaput

Sub-series 3B: Book proposals, books reviews and drafts.

Box 74
1.	Flight refueling
2.	Book reviews
3.	Course material
4.	Correspondence log
5.	Airlift, growth et cetera
6.	The airplane's function
7.	The airship in America, 1904-1976
8.	An encyclopedia of the Atlantic airway, 1919-1939
9.	Annals of the Atlantic Airways, 1920-1924
10.	Annus Mirabalis
11.	The around the world air race of 1936, Chapters 1-3
12.	The around the world air race of 1936, Chapters 4-6

Box 75
1.	The around the world air race of 1936, Chapters 7-9
2.	The around the world air race of 1936
3.	Assault on the Liberty, 1979
4.	The Baldwin Bomber
5.	The beginning of an era
6.	Britain takes the lead
7.	Cold War's global requirement
8.	Crisis in laundry, libido and Dwarswind
9.	A day that should live in infamy
10.	The debacle of Guadalajara
11.	Deus ex machine
12.	Digression: the modern airplane, 1995
13.	Digression: the modern airplane
14.	Digression: the modern airplane
15.	The F-14 controversy
16.	First blood over the Jarama
17.	Flying for peace

Box 76
1.	Flying with Las Rusos
2.	Frank Tinker before Spain, 1973
3.	The global requirement of Cold War
4.	The global requirement of Cold War
5.	Gothas
6.	A great wager of the century
7.	The great zeppelin panacea
8.	The history and development of Goodyear commercial non-rigid airships
9.	A historical view: U.S. presidents and the fates
10.	Hot baths, Hemingway and HE-3's
11.	The immortality of Howard Hughes
12.	The immortality of Howard Hughes
13.	The intercontinental airliner, 1929-1939
14.	The intercontinental airliner and the essence of airplane performance, 1929-1939
15.	Invisible men, invisible airplanes
16.	Invisible men, invisible airplanes
17.	Israel and the U.S.S. Liberty
18.	KC-B5: Key to global capabilities
19.	Lindbergh 1927 - the Atlantic 1977
20.	MacRobertson Race
21.	The National Air & Space disgrace
22.	The new American airplane of 1934
23.	Novel
24.	The quest for a North Atlantic airliner

Box 77
1.	The quest for alternatives to in-flight refueling
2.	Re-making of an island
3.	The real secret of Amelia Erhart, Chapters 1-2
4.	The real secret of Amelia Erhart, Chapters 3-4
5.	The real secret of Amelia Erhart, Chapters 5-7
6.	The rise and fall of the Baldwin bomber
7.	Sargent Fletcher
8.	Sea power and the world island
9.	Sventy-five years of in-flight refueling
10.	The six day war: a chronology regarding the U.S.S. Liberty
11.	The supersonic airliner, 1982
12.	Tankers, tankers, everywhere
13.	This is Eddie Allen
14.	War without in-flight refueling

Box 78
1.	The wartime cruise of the U.S.S. Childs
2.	Women racing pilots
3.	Your guide to the North Atlantic Airway

Sub-series 3C: Manuscripts

4.	75 years of in-flight refueling
5.	707 and 720 Pioneer jetliners
6.	1919
7.	1920-1927
8.	1928-1929
9.	1927
10.	1928
11.	1929

Box 79
1.	1930
2.	1930
3.	1931
4.	1932
5.	1933
6.	1934
7.	1935-1937
8.	Aerial refuel with the Boeing flying boom
9.	Aeronautics and the origins of its scientific and technological infrastructure, 1492-1899
10.	The aeronautics of Leonardo Da Vinci
11.	Air combat as it was, 1914-1918

Box 80
1.	The airship in America
2.	Airship losses during the war
3.	Annals of the Atlantic airways, 1919-1939
4.	Around the world air race, Chapters 1-4
5.	Around the world air race, Chapters 5-8
6.	Around the world air race, Chapters 9-11
7.	Around the world air race, Chapters 12 & bibliography
8.	The Baldwin bombers and the myth of Douhet
9.	A book review fantasy
10.	Britain takes the lead

Box 81
1.	Calvin Coolidge and the airpower crisis of 1925-1926
2.	Cold War's global requirement
3.	Constructing the SC-1
4.	The doctor and the zeppelins, Chapters 1-9
5.	The doctor and the zeppelins, Chapters 10-19
6.	The doctor and the zeppelins, Chapters 20-24
7.	The DeHavilland DH-106, 1985
8.	Dirty shirts, a Schatzi, and an east wind that blew no good…, 1991
9.	Edmund Turney Allen: Scientific Test Pilot, 1992
10.	Engineering control of air transport operation by Edmund T. Allen
11.	An engineering history of the ZRS - 4/5 fin design, 1994
12.	To Europe by clipper
13.	The first transatlantic airliner

Box 82
1.	Frank Doyle, Chapters 1-2
2.	The gas turbine engine and the jet airplane, 1929-1945
3.	The German Luftwaffe in the Spanish Civil War, Chapters 1-3
4.	The German Luftwaffe in the Spanish Civil War, Chapters 4-6
5.	The German Luftwaffe in the Spanish Civil War, Chapters 7-11
6.	The gospel of historiographica aeronautica
7.	The greatest air race
8.	High spots in history of rigid airships in the navy
9.	The Hindenburg: the things I remember, 1977
10.	Hiroshima & 8 days
11.	A history of airlift, 1940-1980, 1983
12.	History of Boeing aerial refueling experience, 1970
13.	History of Midway Airport
14.	The history of the KC-135 in-flight refueling boom
15.	Hunsaker history - rigid airships, 1923
16.	In-flight refueling: the establishment of America's global reach
17.	The intercontinental airliner and the essence of airplane performance
18.	International Zeppelin Transport Company and the Pacific Zeppelin Transport Company
19.	J.A.D. McCurdy: Exhibition flyer
20.	Jumping in quest of T.I.T.O

Box 83
1.	Latecoere, Aeropoatale, Air Force, 1919-1941
2.	The Lifting - Body Airship, 1975
3.	Mackey Memoirs - World War I
4.	Mackey Memoirs - World War I
5.	The Magic Carpet, 1700-1899, 1983
6.	The Magic Carpet, 1700-1899, 1983
7.	The Magic Carpet, 1908-1913, 1983
8.	The Magic Carpet, 1919-1925, 1983
9.	The Magic Carpet, 1927-1932, 1983
10.	The Magic Carpet, 1933-1939, 1983
11.	The Magic Carpet, 1939-1956
12.	The Magic Carpet, 1957-
13.	The man-in-a-kite, The man-in-a-can
14.	The men on the flying trapeze
15.	Midtown Manhattan's Mooring Mast
16.	The myth of Douhet
17.	NC-4

Box 84
1.	Navy hook-on planes
2.	Needed: A way of life
3.	A new requirement: Global range
4.	Not a success - But a triumph!
5.	The participation of the Italian Air Force in the Spanish Civil War
6.	Pocketing the Antipodes
7.	Prelude to the space age: Eisenhower, open skies and freedom of space
8.	The quest for alternatives to in-flight refueling
9.	Rebel of '33
10.	Sea power and the world island
11.	Searching for Sputnik: A CIA pilot's account of the U-2 and the Cold War
12.	Sikorsky flying boats by Ralph B. Lightfoot
13.	Sir Alan Cobham and FRL
14.	The Six Day War: A chronology regarding U.S.S. Liberty
15.	South Atlantic flights, pages 49-66
16.	South Atlantic flights, pages 67-70
17.	The Spanish Civil War and the intervention of the Condor Legion - Chapters 1-3

Box 85
1.	The Spanish Civil War and the intervention of the Condor Legion - Chapters 4-6
2.	The Spanish Civil War and the intervention of the Condor Legion - Chapters 7-11
3.	Stanley Baldwin's dismal science
4.	The Stinson SM-1: Transoceanic deathtrap
5.	The supersonic airliner
6.	The supersonic flight since 1935
7.	Frank G. Tinker and the air war in Spain - Chapters 1-2
8.	Frank G. Tinker and the air war in Spain - Chapters 3-4
9.	Frank G. Tinker and the air war in Spain - Chapters 5-6
10.	Frank G. Tinker and the air war in Spain - Chapter 7
11.	To Europe by clipper
12.	The Trans-American Zeppelin Tunnel Magnificent but neglected issue
13.	Transatlantic flights - Introduction
14.	Transatlantic flights - 1919-1927

Box 86
1.	Transatlantic flights - 1928-1929
2.	Transatlantic flights - 1930
3.	Transatlantic flights - 1931
4.	Transatlantic flights - 1934
5.	Transatlantic by air - 1936
6.	Transatlantic flight - Miscellaneous
7.	Ralph H. Upton: A career sketch and bibliography
8.	Urban Ditemans - Transatlantic flight to Green Bay
9.	U.S. Navy Airships, 1916-1961
10.	U.S.S. Akron and U.S.S. Macon: The last military rigid airships
11.	A victory ship for the 500 Columbian Anniversary
12.	The violation of Liberty: U.S.S. Liberty attack, 1967
13.	War without in-flight refueling
14.	A weapon of last resort - pages 45-109
15.	A weapon of last resort - pages 110-182
16.	A weapon of last resort - pages 184-268
17.	A weapon of last resort - pages 269-349

Box 87
1.	The weight envelope
2.	The weight envelope: An airplane's fourth dimension
3.	Whither the F-14
4.	The Wright brothers from Kitty Hawk, 1984
5.	XF-85
6.	Yesterday's flying aircraft carriers
7.	Your guide to the North Atlantic airway
8.	The zeppelin and America, 1919-1937
9.	No title - 1927
10.	No title - 1928
11.	No title - 1929
12.	No title - 1930
13.	No title - 1931
14.	Book reviews on "The airships Akron & Macon"
15.	Travel letters and memoirs of Richard K. Smith, 1951-1952


SERIES IV: Consists of photographs, slides and negatives of airships, airplanes, and individuals significant to aviation 
history. The bulk of the images are reprinted from private and government archival repositories across the United States, 
Canada and Europe.  

Sub-series 4A: Photographic prints of airplanes that are 8 x 10 inches in size.

Box 88
1.	10P2 Flying boat
2.	9th Annual Aircraft Engineering Research Conference, 1934
3.	9th Bomber Group
4.	AW-15
5.	Aer Lingus - Boeing 707
6.	Aer Lingus - Boeing 737
7.	Aer Lingus - Boeing 747
8.	Aer Lingus - Boeing 747
9.	Aer Lingus - Group photograph unidentified
10.	Aer Lingus - unidentified aircraft
11.	Aerlinte Eireann - unidentified aircraft
12.	Aeroflot - Lisunov Li-2 / DC 3
13.	Air Canada - Boeing 727
14.	Air Canada - Boeing 747
15.	Air Canada - Bristol 31
16.	Air Canada - Douglas DC-3 / Super Constellation / Lancastrian / North Star DC-4M2
17.	Air Canada - DC-8
18.	Air Canada - DC-8-40
19.	Air Canada - DC-8-60
20.	Air Canada - DC-9-30
21.	Air Canada - Lockheed 10A / Lockheed 1808A / Stearman / Lockheed 14H2
22.	Air Canada - Lockheed L-1011
23.	Air Canada - Vickers Vanguard / Vickers Viscount
24.	Air France - Boeing 747
25.	Air France - Concorde
26.	Air France - Concorde
27.	Air France - Concorde
28.	Air France - DC-4
29.	Air France - L-749
30.	Air France - unidentified
31.	Airbus A300
32.	Airbus A300
33.	Airbus A310
34.	Airbus A310
35.	Airbus A320
36.	Alitalia - Boeing 747
37.	Alitalia - DC-10 - cockpit
38.	Alitalia - Savonia Marchetti S-95, 1948
39.	Alitalia - unidentified
40.	American Airlines - Boeing 377, 1949
41.	American Airlines - DC-4, 1946
42.	American Airlines - L-49
43.	Antilles Air Boats - "Southern Cross"
44.	B-9 / Boeing P-26
45.	B-17
46.	B-17
47.	BOAC - Boeing 707
48.	BOAC - Concorde
49.	BOAC - "Baltimore"
50.	BOAC - "Britannia"
51.	BOAC - "Comet 4"
52.	BOAC - "Comet 4"
53.	BOAC - Boeing 747
54.	BOAC - Boeing 747
55.	BOAC - unidentified aircraft
56.	Barnaby glider / U.S.S. Los Angeles, 1930
57.	Beechcraft 50 - "Long Tom Project"
58.	Belanca - "Blue Streak", 1931
59.	Belanca - "Pilot Radio" - South American good will flight
60.	Belanca CH-300 - "Tradewind", 1930
61.	Belanca CH-400
62.	Belanca CH-400
63.	Belanca CH-400 - "Columbia"
64.	Belanca J-300 - "Warsaw"
65.	Belanca J-300 - "Cape Cod" - 1931
66.	Belanca J-300 - crash, 1933
67.	Bermuda, 1940s
68.	Bermuda - Naval Air Station
69.	Bermuda - Naval Air Station
70.	Bermuda - Naval Air Station
71.	Bermuda - Naval Air Station, 1942
72.	Bermuda - Naval Air Station, 1942
73.	Bermuda - Naval Air Station, 1947-1948
74.	Bermuda - Naval Air Station, 1961
75.	Bermuda - Naval Air Station, 1970
76.	Bermuda - Naval Air Station - Construction, 1941
77.	Bermuda - Naval Air Station - crash landing, 1947
78.	Bermuda - Naval Air Station - unidentified aircraft
79.	Bermuda - Rescue boat drop test
80.	Blolm & Voss HA-139
81.	BV 222
82.	Boeing 247
83.	Boeing 247 - interior
84.	Boeing 307
85.	Boeing 314
86.	Boeing 314
87.	Boeing 314
88.	Boeing 314
89.	Boeing 314
90.	Boeing 314
91.	Boeing 314
92.	Boeing 314
93.	Boeing 314
94.	Boeing 314
95.	Boeing 314 - "California Clipper"
96.	Boeing 727
97.	Boeing 727
98.	Boeing 747 - 500th Plane built
99.	Boeing 747 - Interior
100.	Boeing 757
101.	Boeing 757
102.	Boeing 767
103.	Boeing 767
104.	Boeing B-17
105.	Boeing B-17, 1937
106.	Boeing B-17, 1937
107.	Boeing B-17, 1937
108.	Boeing B-17, 1938
109.	Boeing B-17, 1938
110.	Boeing B-29 / Republic F-84
111.	Boeing B-36 / XC-99
112.	Boeing B-36 / XB-52
113.	Boeing B-47 / North American F-86
114.	Boeing F4B-4
115.	Boeing P-26, 1934
116.	Boeing P-26, 1937
117.	Boeing PW-9, 1924
118.	Boeing XP-940, 1934
119.	Boeing Tri-motor
120.	Boeing - unidentified aircraft
121.	"Boston" - World flight aircraft, 1924
122.	"Boston" - World flight aircraft, 1924
123.	British Airways - Lockheed Electra
124.	British Airways - Lockheed Electra
125.	C-74, 1948
126.	Chance Vought F8U-3
127.	Chance Vought F8U-3
128.	Commander & Staff General Headquarters Air Force, 1938
129.	Convair 880
130.	Convair 990
131.	Convair B-24
132.	Convair B-24D
133.	Convair PB2Y-3
134.	Convair PBY - Catalina
135.	Convair XC-99
136.	Curtis H-10

Box 89
1.	DC-1
2.	DC-2
3.	DC-2
4.	DC-2, 1934
5.	DC-2 - Construction, 1934
6.	DC-2 - Cockpit
7.	DC-2 - Manufacturing shop, 1934
8.	DC-2 - Passenger chair
9.	DC-3
10.	DC-3
11.	DC-3, 1939
12.	DC-3 - Interior
13.	DC-3 - Interior
14.	DC-4
15.	DC-5
16.	DF-151, 1936
17.	DF-151, 1936
18.	DH4B
19.	DST
20.	DST, Interior
21.	DeHavilland - Atlantic record breaker
22.	DeHavilland 84 - "Seafarer II"
23.	DeHavilland DH-60 - "Moth", 1928
24.	Dornier DO-JII
25.	Dornier DO-X
26.	Dornier DO-X
27.	Dornier DO-X
28.	Dornier-Napier - "Whale", 1927
29.	Douglas - Manufacturing plant
30.	Douglas - Manufacturing plant
31.	Douglas ES-863
32.	Douglas Gamma 2B
33.	E2Y - U.S.S. Akron
34.	El Al - Boeing 707
35.	El Al - Boeing 720B
36.	El Al - Boeing 747
37.	F2B-1
38.	F3B-1
39.	F4B-3
40.	F9C-1
41.	F9C-1 - U.S.S. Akron
42.	F9C-1 - U.S.S. Akron
43.	F9C-1 - U.S.S. Macon
44.	F9C-2
45.	F9C-2
46.	F9C-2
47.	F9C-2
48.	F9C-2 - U.S.S. Macon
49.	F9C-2 - U.S.S. Macon
50.	F9C-2 - U.S.S. Macon
51.	F9C-2 - U.S.S. Macon
52.	F9C-2 - U.S.S. Macon
53.	F9C-2 - Negatives
54.	F9C-2 - Negatives
55.	F-111
56.	Fairchild FC-2
57.	Farman Airplane, 1914
58.	Farman Airplane - Washington, D.C., 1914
59.	Finnair - DC-10
60.	Finnair - DC-10
61.	Finnair - unidentified
62.	Flying Tigers - Boeing 707
63.	Flying Tigers - Boeing 747
64.	Flying Tigers - Budd Conestoga
65.	Flying Tigers - Curtiss C-46
66.	Flying Tigers - Curtiss C-54
67.	Flying Tigers - Curtiss P-40
68.	Flying Tigers - DC-6A
69.	Flying Tigers - DC-8-63
70.	Flying Tigers - Douglas C-47
71.	Flying Tigers - GL 44
72.	Flying Tigers - Lockheed Constellation
73.	Flying Tigers - unidentified
74.	Ford Tri-motor, 1926
75.	"Fox Moth" - First plane to land at Newfoundland Airport, 1938
76.	Foynes Airport
77.	Grumman F2F
78.	Grumman F3F
79.	Grumman F4F
80.	Grumman F6F
81.	Grumman F7F
82.	Grumman F7F
83.	Grumman F8F
84.	Grumman F9F
85.	Grumman F9F
86.	Grumman F11A
87.	Grumman F11A
88.	Grumman F-14
89.	Grumman F-14
90.	Grumman F-14
91.	Grumman F-14
92.	Grumman F-14 / KA-6D
93.	Grumman F-14 - Drawing
94.	Grumman F-14 - Drawing
95.	Grumman F-14 - Model
96.	Grumman F-14 - Model
97.	Grumman F-14A
98.	Grumman F-111
99.	Grumman FF-1
100.	Grumman G-36A
101.	Grumman HU-16E - Albatross, 1964
102.	Grumman XF5F-1
103.	Grumman XF-10F
104.	Grumman Airfield
105.	Grumman Airfield
106.	Guinea Airways - Lockheed Electra
107.	"The Heart's Content", 1932
108.	Hughes Aircraft - unidentified, 1930s
109.	Hughes Aircraft - unidentified, 1930s
110.	Hughes Aircraft - unidentified, 1950's - interior
111.	Iberia - Boeing 727
112.	Iberia - DC-10
113.	Iberia - Fokker F-27
114.	Iberia - Fokker F-28
115.	Iberia - unidentified
116.	Iberia - unidentified
117.	Iberia - unidentified
118.	Icelandic Airlines - Flight crews
119.	Icelandic Airlines - Flight crews
120.	Icelandic Airlines - Flight crews
121.	Icelandic Airlines - Press photo of Peter Larson, John J. Loughery, and Sigfus Erlingsson
122.	Imperial Airways - Flying boat - Interior
123.	Imperial Airways - Flying boat - Interior
124.	Imperial Airways - "Andromeda"
125.	Imperial Airways - "Bristol"
126.	Imperial Airways - "Calcutta"
127.	Imperial Airways - "Cavalier"
128.	Imperial Airways - "Frobisher"
129.	Imperial Airways - "Hannibal"
130.	Imperial Airways - "Helena"
131.	Imperial Airways - "Hengist"
132.	Imperial Airways - "Horsa"
133.	Imperial Airways - "Maia"
134.	Imperial Airways - "Maia" & "Mercury"
135.	Imperial Airways - "Mercury"
136.	Imperial Airways - "Satyrus"
137.	Imperial Airways - Flying boat base
138.	Imperial Airways - unidentified aircraft, 1930s
139.	Imperial Airways - unidentified aircraft, 1940s

Box 90
1.	Junkers JU-60
2.	KA-6D
3.	KC-135 / B-52
4.	KLM - Boeing 747
5.	KLM - DC-2
6.	KLM - DC-2
7.	KLM - DC-2
8.	KLM - DC-2, 1935
9.	KLM - DC-2 - Postcard
10.	KLM - DC-4
11.	KLM - DC-4, 1946
12.	KLM - DC-8
13.	KLM - DC-8
14.	KLM - DC-8-55F
15.	KLM - DC-8-63
16.	KLM - DC-8-63
17.	KLM - Fokker F-VII
18.	KLM - Fokker F-XVIII
19.	KLM - Lockheed L1049
20.	KLM - Lockheed L1049
21.	KLM - Lockheed L1049
22.	KLM - Lockheed L1049 - Postcard
23.	KLM - unidentified
24.	Keystone B-3A
25.	Keystone Bomber
26.	Kollsman's Artic Compass
27.	LaGuardia Airport
28.	LaGuardia Airport, 1940s
29.	LaGuardia Airport, 1946
30.	LaGuardia Airport, 1956
31.	LaGuardia Airport, 1956
32.	LaGuardia Airport, 1960s
33.	Latecoere 521
34.	Latecoere 521
35.	Latecoere 521, Damaged
36.	Latecoere 521, Damaged
37.	Latecoere 521, Damaged
38.	Lincoln tanker / Republic F-84, 1950
39.	Lockheed 1000th bomber
40.	Lockheed - Airshow, 1920s
41.	Lockheed - Manufacturing plant
42.	Lockheed - Manufacturing shop
43.	Lockheed - Manufacturing shop
44.	Lockheed - "Justice for Hungry"
45.	Lockheed - "The last of the good line"
46.	Lockheed - Manufacturing plant
47.	Lockheed - Manufacturing plant
48.	Lockheed - Manufacturing shop
49.	Lockheed - Manufacturing shop
50.	Lockheed - Manufacturing shop
51.	Lockheed - Manufacturing shop
52.	Lockheed - Manufacturing shop
53.	Lockheed - Manufacturing shop
54.	Lockheed - Manufacturing shop
55.	Lockheed - Manufacturing shop
56.	Lockheed - Manufacturing shop
57.	Lockheed - "Spirit of Lockheed - Vega Employees"
58.	Lockheed 12-A
59.	Lockheed 12-A
60.	Lockheed 14-N2
61.	Lockheed 14-N2
62.	Lockheed 14-N2
63.	Lockheed 14-N2, 1939
64.	Lockheed 70 - Cockpit
65.	Lockheed C-5 - Galaxy
66.	Lockheed C56, 1942
67.	Lockheed C-130
68.	Lockheed C-130H
69.	Lockheed L-100-30
70.	Lockheed N650PF
71.	Lockheed NR188W - "Richmond, Virginia"
72.	Lockheed S-1
73.	Lockheed Air Express 3
74.	Lockheed Constellation
75.	Lockheed Constellation
76.	Lockheed Constellation
77.	Lockheed Electra - Howard Hughes
78.	Lockheed Hudson MK-III
79.	Lockheed Hudson MK-III
80.	Lockheed Orion
81.	Lockheed Orion 9C
82.	Lockheed Orion 9D
83.	Lockheed P-38 / Bell P-39 / Curtiss P-40 / Republic P-43
84.	Lockheed Super Electra - Interior
85.	Lockheed Super Electra
86.	Lockheed Vega - "City of New York", 1930
87.	Lockheed Vega - "City of New York" - wreckage
88.	Lockheed Vega 5 - "Century of Progress", 1933
89.	Lockheed Vega 5C - "The Winnie Mae of Oklahoma", 1931
90.	Lockheed Vega 5C - "The Winnie Mae of Oklahoma"
91.	Lockheed Vega 5C - "The Winnie Mae of Oklahoma"
92.	Lockheed Vega 5C - "The Winnie Mae of Oklahoma"
93.	Lockheed Vega 5C - "The Winnie Mae of Oklahoma", 1933
94.	Lockheed - unidentified aircraft, 1930s
95.	Lockheed - unidentified aircraft, 1930s
96.	Lockheed - unidentified aircraft, 1940s
97.	Lockheed - unidentified aircraft, 1940s
98.	Lockheed - unidentified aircraft, 1940s
99.	Lockheed - unidentified aircraft, 1940s
100.	Lockheed - unidentified aircraft, 1940s
101.	Lockheed - unidentified aircraft, 1940s
102.	Loening OL-5, 1926
103.	Loftleidir - Avro Anson MK-V
104.	Loftleidir - Catalina PBY-5A
105.	Loftleidir - DC-3
106.	Loftleidir - DC-4
107.	Loftleidir - DC-6B, 1959
108.	Loftleidir - DC-8
109.	Loftleidir - "Norseman"
110.	Loftleidir - Rolls Royce 400
111.	Loftleidir - Stinson Vultee
112.	Loftleidir - Stinson Reliant
113.	Loftleidir - unidentified aircraft
114.	Loftleidir - unidentified aircraft
115.	Loftleidir - unidentified aircraft
116.	Loftleidir - unidentified aircraft
117.	Loftleidir - unidentified aircraft
118.	Loftleidir Canadair - CL-44
119.	Lufthansa - A.E.G. Doppeldecker
120.	Lufthansa - Arado V - I
121.	Lufthansa - BV-238
122.	Lufthansa - BV-238
123.	Lufthansa - Blom & Voss HA-139
124.	Lufthansa - Blom & Voss HA-139
125.	Lufthansa - Blom & Voss HA-139
126.	Lufthansa - Blom & Voss HA-139
127.	Lufthansa - Blom & Voss HA-139
128.	Lufthansa - Blom & Voss HA-139
129.	Lufthansa - Blom & Voss HA-139
130.	Lufthansa - Dornier DO-X
131.	Lufthansa - Dornier DO 8-t
132.	Lufthansa - Dornier Superwal
133.	Lufthansa - Dornier Wal
134.	Lufthansa - Focke-Wolfe FW200
135.	Lufthansa - Junkers F13
136.	Lufthansa - Junkers JU-52
137.	Lufthansa - Junkers JU-90
138.	Lufthansa - Junkers JU-90
139.	Lufthansa - Junkers W33
140.	Lufthansa - Lockheed L1649A - "Super Star", 1957
141.	Lufthansa - Lockheed - Super Constellation
142.	Lufthansa - unidentified aircraft

Box 91
1.	Martin B-10B
2.	Martin JRM-1, 1947
3.	Martin JRM-2, 1948
4.	Martin JRM-2, 1948
5.	Martin M-130
6.	Martin M-130
7.	Martin M-130
8.	Martin M-130 / CV-4 Ranger
9.	Martin SP-5B
10.	Martin Mars Flying Boat, 1945
11.	McDonnell XF-85
12.	McDonnell XF-85
13.	PB2Y-3, 1942
14.	PB2M-1
15.	XP2M-1, 1932
16.	Messerschmitt BV-238
17.	Midway Islands - World War II
18.	Midway Islands Hotel, 1936
19.	Moffett Field - Negative
20.	Moffett Field Hangar
21.	Moffett Field Hangar - Negative
22.	Monocoupe 70
23.	Mooring Barge - Midway Islands, 1936
24.	N2Y-1
25.	N2Y-1 / U.S.S. Akron
26.	NC-4, 1919
27.	NC-4, 1919
28.	NC-4, 1919
29.	NC-4 - Ponta Delgada
30.	NC-4 - Rockaway
31.	NC-4 / U.S.S. Hisko / U.S.S. Marcus / U.S.S. Aroostook / U.S.S. Prairie
32.	NC-4 - Washington Monument
33.	NC flight crews, 1919
34.	NC planes - Rockaway, N.Y.
35.	NC-4, 1919
36.	NC-4, 1919
37.	NC-4, 1919
38.	NC-4 - Crew receives award aboard the U.S.S. Shawnutt, 1919
39.	NC-4 - Crew recognized by Franklin D. Roosevelt & Joseph Daniels, 1919
40.	NC-4 - Plymouth, England
41.	NC-4 - Ponta Delgada
42.	NC-4 -Transatlantic flight
43.	NC-4 -Transatlantic flight
44.	NC-4 -Transatlantic flight
45.	NC-4 -Transatlantic flight
46.	NC-4 -Transatlantic flight
47.	NC-4 -Transatlantic flight
48.	NC-4 -Transatlantic flight
49.	NC-4 - Miscellaneous
50.	NC-4 - Negative
51.	NC-4 - Negative
52.	Naval Air Station - Pensacola,  Florida, 1936
53.	Naval Air Station - Pensacola,  Florida, 1936
54.	Naval Air Station - Pensacola,  Florida, 1936
55.	Newark Airport
56.	Nichlas-Beazley NB-3
57.	Nichlas-Beazley NB-3
58.	Nichlas-Beazley NB-3
59.	Nichlas-Beazley NB-3
60.	Northrop - Manufacturing plant
61.	Northrop - Manufacturing shop
62.	Northrop - Manufacturing shop
63.	Northrop - Manufacturing shop, 1936
64.	Northrop 819
65.	Northrop 820
66.	Northrop 1063, 1934
67.	Northrop XB-49 & Boeing XB-47
68.	Northrop Alpha
69.	Northrop Delta
70.	Northrop - unidentified
71.	O2U
72.	P-6E
73.	P-12E
74.	P-26A
75.	P-36A
76.	PB-4Y2, 1949
77.	PBY
78.	Pan American Airways - Boeing 314
79.	Pan American Airways - Boeing 314
80.	Pan American Airways - Boeing 314 - "Dixie Clipper", 1939
81.	Pan American Airways - Boeing 314 - "Yankee Clipper"
82.	Pan American Airways - Boeing 314 - Interior
83.	Pan American Airways - Boeing 707 - "America", 1958
84.	Pan American Airways - Boeing 747F
85.	Pan American Airways - Boeing 747SP
86.	Pan American Airways - Boeing 747SP - Interior, 1977
87.	Pan American Airways - Boeing B-307
88.	Pan American Airways - Boeing Stratocruiser
89.	Pan American Airways - Boeing Stratocruiser - Interior, 1949
90.	Pan American Airways - Clipper
91.	Pan American Airways - Clipper
92.	Pan American Airways - Fokker F-7
93.	Pan American Airways - Fokker F-7 - Interior
94.	Pan American Airways - "American Clipper"
95.	Pan American Airways - "Hawaii Clipper"
96.	Pan American Airways - "Hong Kong Clipper"
97.	Pan American Airways - "Hong Kong Clipper"
98.	Pan American Airways - "Hong Kong Clipper"
99.	Pan American Airways - Martin M-130
100.	Pan American Airways - Martin M-130 - "American Clipper" & "Atlantic Clipper"
101.	Pan American Airways - Martin M-130 - "China Clipper"
102.	Pan American Airways - Midway Islands
103.	Pan American Airways - Midway Islands, 1930s
104.	Pan American Airways - Sikorsky S-38
105.	Pan American Airways - Sikorsky S-40, 1931
106.	Pan American Airways - Sikorsky S-42
107.	Pan American Airways - Sikorsky S-42
108.	Pan American Airways - Sikorsky S-42
109.	Pan American Airways - Sikorsky S-42
110.	Pan American Airways - Sikorsky VS-44A
111.	Pan American Airways - Stewardess uniforms, 1977
112.	Pan American Airways - Wake Island
113.	Pan American Airways - unidentified aircraft
114.	Pan American Airways - unidentified aircraft
115.	Polskie Linie Lotniczee - SP-LAB
116.	Polskie Linie Lotniczee - SP-LAB
117.	Polskie Linie Lotniczee - SP-LAB - Chicago service
118.	Polskie Linie Lotniczee - Lockheed
119.	Prestwick Airport
120.	Prestwick Airport
121.	Prestwick Airport
122.	Prestwick Airport
123.	Prestwick Airport
124.	Prestwick Airport
125.	Prestwick Airport
126.	Propfan
127.	Qantis Airlines - Boeing 707
128.	Qantis Airlines - Boeing 747
129.	Qantis Airlines - Lockheed Super Constellation
130.	Qantis Airlines - Launching Pacific Service to North America, 1954
131.	R4Q
132.	R4Q, 1960
133.	Randolph Field - San Antonio, Texas
134.	Republic p-35
135.	Round-the-world flyers, 1924
136.	Round-the-world flyers, 1924
137.	Round-the-world flyers, 1924

Box 92
1.	Savoia S-55X, 1933
2.	Savoia S-55X, 1933
3.	SST, 1961
4.	Scandinavian Airlines - DC-4 - "Haakon Viking"
5.	Scandinavian Airlines - DC-4 - "Olav Viking"
6.	Scandinavian Airlines - DC-6 - "Alvar Viking"
7.	Scandinavian Airlines - DC-6B - "Tarkil Viking"
8.	Scandinavian Airlines - DC-7 - "Guttorm Viking"
9.	Scandinavian Airlines - DC-8
10.	Seaboard & Western Airlines - DC-4
11.	Seaboard World - Boeing 707
12.	Seaboard World - Boeing 747
13.	Seaboard & Western Airlines - Lockheed Super Constellation
14.	Seaboard World - Boeing 747 freighter
15.	Seaboard World - C-46
16.	Seaboard World - Canadair CL-44
17.	Seaboard World - Canadair CL-44
18.	Seaboard World - Conway Mucker
19.	Seaboard World - DC-8
20.	Seaboard World - unidentified aircraft
21.	Shannon Airport
22.	Shannon Airport
23.	Shannon Airport
24.	Shannon Airport
25.	Shannon Airport
26.	Sikorsky - Manufacturing shop
27.	Sikorsky - Manufacturing shop
28.	Sikorsky S-35
29.	Sikorsky S-35
30.	Sikorsky S-36
31.	Sikorsky S-38
32.	Sikorsky S-40
33.	Sikorsky S-42
34.	Sikorsky S-42
35.	Sikorsky S-42
36.	Sikorsky S-42
37.	Sikorsky S-42
38.	Sikorsky S-42
39.	Sikorsky S-42
40.	Sikorsky S-42
41.	Sikorsky S-42
42.	Sikorsky S-42, 1935
43.	Sikorsky S-42, 1935
44.	Sikorsky S-42, 1935
45.	Sikorsky S-42, 1935
46.	Sikorsky S-42, 1935
47.	Sikorsky S-42, 1935
48.	Sikorsky S-42 - Engine
49.	Sikorsky S-42 - Engine
50.	Sikorsky S-42 - Model
51.	Sikorsky S-42 - Record breaking flight, 1934
52.	Sikorsky S-44
53.	XPBS-1
54.	Sikorsky - "Valkyrien"
55.	Soviet TR-7, 1942
56.	Sperry M-1A
57.	Sperry Messenger
58.	"Spirit of St. Louis"
59.	"Spruce Goose"
60.	"Spruce Goose"
61.	Standard J-1
62.	Stinson SM-2
63.	Stinson SM-2
64.	Super Constellation
65.	Swedish Airlines - Boeing B-17
66.	Swissair - Lockheed Orion
67.	Swissair - Miscellaneous aircraft
68.	TWA - Experimental Overweather Laboratory
69.	TWA - Stratoliner
70.	TWA - Super G
71.	TWA - unidentified aircraft
72.	TWA - unidentified aircraft
73.	TWA - unidentified aircraft
74.	UDF engine, 1985
75.	UDF engine, 1985
76.	UDF engine, 1985
77.	UDF engine, 1988
78.	United Airlines - Boeing 247
79.	United Airlines - Boeing 247D
80.	United Airlines - unidentified aircraft, 1950
81.	U.S. Army aircraft, 1940s
82.	U.S. Army aircraft, 1940s
83.	U.S. Army aircraft, 1940s
84.	U.S. Navy aircraft, 1950s
85.	U.S. Navy aircraft, 1950s
86.	U.S. Navy aircraft, 1950s
87.	U.S. Navy aircraft, 1950s
88.	U.S.S. Alabama
89.	U.S.S. Los Angeles - Cierva Autogiro
90.	U.S.S. Macon aircraft
91.	Vickers Vimy, 1919
92.	Vought UO-1
93.	Vought Corsair O2U
94.	Vought Corsair O2U
95.	Vought Corsair O2U - U.S.S. San Francisco
96.	Vought Corsair O2U
97.	Vought Corsair O2U-1
98.	Vought UO-1
99.	Vought Sikorsky S-44
100.	Vought Sikorsky S-44, 1942
101.	Vought Sikorsky S-44, 1942
102.	Vought Sikorsky VS-44, 1942
103.	Vultee V-1A - "Lady Peace"
104.	WB-50
105.	Wright Brothers flight, 1903
106.	Wright Brothers flight, 1908
107.	Wright Brothers plane, 1903
108.	XB-36 / B-29
109.	XF9C, 1932
110.	XF9C-1 trapeze - Negative
111.	XF11C-3
112.	XFA-1, 1932
113.	XPB2Y-4
114.	Unidentified aircraft, 1930s
115.	Unidentified aircraft, 1950s
116.	Unidentified aircraft, 1950s
117.	Unidentified airfield
118.	Unidentified plane crash

Sub-series 4B: Photographic prints and negatives of airships and blimps that are 8 x 10 inches in size.

Box 93
1.	Airships - unidentified
2.	Airship hangar - construction - unidentified
3.	Black Dog - ZP-3 - Lakehurst
4.	British airship #23
5.	British airship R-34
6.	British airship Z-7
7.	British airship - Planes attached
8.	C-2 / D-4, 1921
9.	C-41
10.	D-3, 1921
11.	French Navy Airship E-6, 1919
12.	German airship "Bodensee"
13.	German airship "Panamerica" - Drawing
14.	Goodyear blimps
15.	Goodyear "Columbia"
16.	Goodyear "Defender"
17.	Goodyear "Enterprise"
18.	Goodyear "Pilgrim"
19.	Goodyear "Pony Blimp"
20.	Goodyear "Rainbow"
21.	Goodyear "Ranger"
22.	Goodyear "Resolute"
23.	Goodyear "Volunteer"
24.	Goodyear "Volunteer"
25.	Goodyear-Zeppelin - Airship drawing - Negative
26.	Goodyear-Zeppelin - Project I - Negative, 1928
27.	Goodyear-Zeppelin - Project I-A - Negative, 1927
28.	Goodyear-Zeppelin - Project II - Negative, 1927
29.	Goodyear-Zeppelin - Project III - Negative, 1927
30.	Goodyear-Zeppelin - ZRCV - Drawing - Negative, 1938
31.	Graf Zeppelin
32.	Graf Zeppelin
33.	Graf Zeppelin
34.	Graf Zeppelin
35.	Graf Zeppelin
36.	Graf Zeppelin
37.	Graf Zeppelin
38.	Hindenburg
39.	Hindenburg
40.	Hindenburg
41.	Hindenburg
42.	Hindenburg
43.	Hindenburg
44.	Hindenburg
45.	Hindenburg
46.	Hindenburg
47.	Hindenburg
48.	Hindenburg
49.	Hindenburg
50.	Hindenburg
51.	Hindenburg
52.	Hindenburg
53.	Hindenburg
54.	Hindenburg
55.	Hindenburg - interior
56.	J-3 / U.S.S. Los Angeles
57.	K-type, 1943
58.	K-1
59.	K-1
60.	K-2
61.	K-4
62.	K-4
63.	KC-1
64.	KC-1
65.	KC-1, 1960
66.	KC-1, 1960
67.	KC-1 - Flight crew, 1960
68.	KC-5
69.	KC-5, 1960
70.	LZ-127, 1928
71.	LZ-127, 1928
72.	LZ-127 - Interior
73.	LZ-127 - Interior
74.	Lakehurst Naval Air Station, 1929
75.	Lakehurst Naval Air Station - Aerial view - Negative
76.	Lakehurst Naval Air Station, 1957-1958
77.	Lakehurst Naval Air Station, 1957
78.	R-33
79.	R-34
80.	R-100
81.	R-100
82.	R-100
83.	R-100
84.	R-100 - Interior
85.	R-101
86.	Spy basket - Negative
87.	Trapeze hook
88.	Trapeze hook
89.	Trapeze hook
90.	Trapeze hook - Damaged
91.	U.S. Airship - Plane attached
92.	U.S. Army Airship D-3
93.	U.S. Army Airship D-3 - Sperry trapeze - Negative
94.	U.S. Army Airship TC-3
95.	U.S. Army Airship TC-3
96.	U.S. Army Airship TC-3 - Trapeze - Negative, 1924
97.	U.S. Army Airship TC-5
98.	U.S. Army Airship TC-6, 1929
99.	U.S. Army Airship TC-7
100.	U.S. Army Airship TC-7
101.	U.S. Army balloon C-52
102.	U.S. Naval blimps - unidentified, 1945
103.	U.S. Naval blimps - unidentified, 1945
104.	U.S. Naval blimps over New York City
105.	U.S. Naval blimps - World War II - G-ship / K-ship / M-ship / N-ship

Box 94
1.	U.S.S. Akron
2.	U.S.S. Akron
3.	U.S.S. Akron
4.	U.S.S. Akron
5.	U.S.S. Akron
6.	U.S.S. Akron
7.	U.S.S. Akron
8.	U.S.S. Akron
9.	U.S.S. Akron
10.	U.S.S. Akron
11.	U.S.S. Akron
12.	U.S.S. Akron
13.	U.S.S. Akron
14.	U.S.S. Akron
15.	U.S.S. Akron
16.	U.S.S. Akron, 1931
17.	U.S.S. Akron - Construction
18.	U.S.S. Akron - Construction
19.	U.S.S. Akron - Construction
20.	U.S.S. Akron - Crash
21.	U.S.S. Akron - Crash angles
22.	U.S.S. Akron - Plane crew, 1933
23.	U.S.S. Akron - Heavier-than-air unit - Negative
24.	U.S.S. Akron - Taxi system
25.	U.S.S. Akron - Track, 1933
26.	U.S.S. Akron - Trapeze
27.	U.S.S. Akron - Wreck plot
28.	U.S.S. Los Angeles
29.	U.S.S. Los Angeles
30.	U.S.S. Los Angeles
31.	U.S.S. Los Angeles
32.	U.S.S. Los Angeles
33.	U.S.S. Los Angeles
34.	U.S.S. Los Angeles
35.	U.S.S. Los Angeles
36.	U.S.S. Los Angeles, 1929
37.	U.S.S. Los Angeles - Construction
38.	U.S.S. Los Angeles - Drawing
39.	U.S.S. Los Angeles - Trapeze - Negative
40.	U.S.S. Los Angeles - Trapeze - Negative
41.	U.S.S. Los Angeles - U.S.S. Patoka
42.	U.S.S. Los Angeles - U.S.S. Patoka, 1931
43.	U.S.S. Los Angeles - ZR-3
44.	U.S.S. Los Angeles - Negative
45.	U.S.S. Los Angeles - Negative
46.	U.S.S. Los Angeles - Negative
47.	U.S.S. Los Angeles - Negative
48.	U.S.S. Macon
49.	U.S.S. Macon
50.	U.S.S. Macon
51.	U.S.S. Macon
52.	U.S.S. Macon
53.	U.S.S. Macon
54.	U.S.S. Macon
55.	U.S.S. Macon
56.	U.S.S. Macon
57.	U.S.S. Macon
58.	U.S.S. Macon
59.	U.S.S. Macon
60.	U.S.S. Macon
61.	U.S.S. Macon
62.	U.S.S. Macon
63.	U.S.S. Macon, 1935
64.	U.S.S. Macon - F9C
65.	U.S.S. Macon - F9C-2
66.	U.S.S. Macon - F9C-2
67.	U.S.S. Macon - F9C-2
68.	U.S.S. Macon - F9C-2
69.	U.S.S. Macon - F9C-2
70.	U.S.S. Macon - F9C-2
71.	U.S.S. Macon - F9C-2 - Negative
72.	U.S.S. Macon - N2Y-1
73.	U.S.S. Macon - XF9C-1
74.	U.S.S. Macon - Construction
75.	U.S.S. Macon - Construction
76.	U.S.S. Macon - Construction
77.	U.S.S. Macon - Construction
78.	U.S.S. Macon - Construction
79.	U.S.S. Macon - Ground crew
80.	U.S.S. Macon - Interior
81.	U.S.S. Macon - Interior
82.	U.S.S. Macon - Negative
83.	U.S.S. Macon - Negative
84.	U.S.S. Macon - Negative
85.	U.S.S. Macon - Accident
86.	U.S.S. Macon - Airplane hangar - Negative
87.	U.S.S. Macon - Construction
88.	U.S.S. Macon - Construction
89.	U.S.S. Macon - Construction
90.	U.S.S. Macon - Flight crew
91.	U.S.S. Macon - Officers - Negative
92.	U.S.S. Macon - Trapeze
93.	U.S.S. Macon / U.S.S. Akron - Trapeze
94.	U.S. Navy Airship ZMC-2, 1930
95.	U.S. Navy Airship - Parasite plans
96.	U.S. Navy Airship ZMC-2
97.	U.S. Navy Airship - unidentified
98.	ZMC-2 - Drawing - Negative
99.	ZMC-2
100.	ZMC-2
101.	ZPG-2W - Last flight, 1962
102.	ZPG-2W - Last flight, 1962
103.	ZPG-2W - Last flight, 1962
104.	ZPG-2W - Last flight, 1962
105.	ZPG-3W
106.	ZPG-3W
107.	ZR-1
108.	ZR-1
109.	ZRN - Drawing - Negative
110.	ZRN - Drawing - Negative
111.	ZRN - Negative, 1939
112.	ZRN Dwarf - Negative, 1939
113.	ZRS-4&5 - Drawing - Negative
114.	ZRV - Drawing - Negative
115.	Zeppelin hangar

Box 95
1.	Edmund T. Allen
2.	Arthur Bluethenthal
3.	Arthur Whitten Brown / Oppie Jones
4.	Calvin Coolidge - Round the world fliers, 1924
5.	Thomas F. Connolly, 1965
6.	Carl Cover - DC-4
7.	Glenn Curtiss / John Towers
8.	Pierre Dudal
9.	Hugo Eckner / Franklin D. Roosevelt / Ernst Lehman / Hans Luther
10.	Dwight D. Eisenhower / Winston Churchill / Sir Alexander Hood / George W. Peterson / Kindley Air Base, 1953
11.	Pierre Giraudet
12.	Otto Hillig / Holger Hoiriis
13.	Bill Holman
14.	Harry Hopkins / George Marshal / Alden S. Strong / Bermuda, 1942
15.	Howard Hughes
16.	Howard Hughes / ? Connie 
17.	Husband Kimmel, 1946
18.	Lord Knollys, 1943
19.	Charles A. Linbergh / Sikorsky / Vought
20.	Charles A. Linbergh / Juan T. Trippe
21.	Han Luther
22.	Warclaw Makowski
23.	Walter H. Mullikin / Jenelle Penny Commissiong / Kimberly Louise Tomes, 1977
24.	Alexander Papana - "Bucker Jungmeister"
25.	Carl Christian von Paulsen / L. M. Melka, 1927
26.	Carl Christian von Paulsen, 1944
27.	Philip O. Parmalee / M. S. Cristy, 1911
28.	John Polando / Russell Boardman
29.	Andre Priester
30.	Albert C. Read, 1919
31.	J. O. Richardson, 1945
32.	Eddie Rickenbacker, 1942
33.	Eddie Rickenbacker / Ernst Udet
34.	Charles E. Rosendahl, 1945
35.	Dean Rusk
36.	Dean Rusk
37.	Kurt von Schuschnigg
38.	Forrest Sherman, 1949
39.	Igor Sikorsky, 1957
40.	Igor Sikorsky, 1965
41.	W. W. Smith, 1946
42.	Bob Smyth / Thomas J. Walker III / Thomas F. Connolly - First flight of the F-14
43.	Carl Spaatz
44.	Carl Spaatz, 1947
45.	William H. Standley
46.	William H. Standley, 1948
47.	Harold R. Stark, 1945
48.	Norman B. Hall / Elmer F. Stone, 1916
49.	Elmer F. Stone, 1919
50.	W. B. Stout, 1943
51.	Felix B. Stump, 1953
52.	John L. Sullivan, 1948
53.	Fred M. Trapnell
54.	Harry S. Truman / Chester W. Nimitz, 1947
55.	Harry S. Truman / Carl Spaatz, 1946
56.	J. F. Victory / Hiram Bingham / George W. Lewis
57.	Edward L. Walker
58.	Edward C. Wells
59.	Edward C. Wells
60.	Edward C. Wells
61.	Edward C. Wells
62.	Edward C. Wells
63.	Lewis A. Yancey / W. H. Alexander
64.	Elmo R. Zumwali
65.	First Transpacific Passenger Flight - Honolulu, 1936
66.	Gyro Compass / Erik Narcussen / Einar Sverre Pedersen / D. Hembrough
67.	Lockheed management
68.	Event - unidentified
69.	Group photograph - unidentified
70.	Group photograph - unidentified
71.	Group photograph - unidentified
72.	Group photograph - unidentified
73.	Group photograph - unidentified
74.	Individual photograph - unidentified
75.	Individual photograph - unidentified
76.	Unidentified - Chicago Board of Health milk truck
77.	Group photograph - unidentified

Sub-series 4C: Photographic prints of merchant and military vessels, locomotives and family members that are 8 x 10 inches in 
size.

Box 96
1.	"American Clipper" - Merchant ship
2.	"M. V. Glenn Traer" - Merchant ship
3.	"S. S. Eliza Jane Nicholson" - Merchant ship
4.	"S. S. Gulf Caribbean" - Merchant ship
5.	"S. S. Kaiser Wilhelm II" (a.k.a. "S. S. Agamemnon") - Military ship
6.	"S. S. Trimountain" - Merchant ship
7.	Wabash "Banner Blue" - Locomotive, 1949
8.	U. S. Navy ship - unidentified, 1940s
9.	Ship - unidentified
10.	"#1315" - Locomotive
11.	Autorail - French train
12.	"EJ&E 742" - Locomotive
13.	Hooppole Train Yard
14.	Hooppole Train Station
15.	HY&T Passenger Coach
16.	London Night Ferry Express - Locomotive
17.	Peoria & Eastern's #41 - Locomotive
18.	"Royal Scott" - Locomotive
19.	Raymond K. Smith
20.	Smith family members

Sub-series 4D: Photographic slides of airships, aircraft, merchant vessels and individuals.

Box 97
1.	Airplanes - unidentified
2.	Airplanes - unidentified
3.	Airplanes - unidentified
4.	Airplanes - unidentified
5.	Airships - unidentified
6.	Individuals - unidentified
7.	"Export Ambassador" - Cargo ship
8.	"Flying Arrow" - Cargo ship, 1952
9.	"Isbrandtsen" - Cargo ship
10.	U.S.S. G. M. Randall, 1955
11.	Ships - unidentified

Sub-series 4E: Photographic prints of airplanes, airships, seagoing vessels and individuals that are 5 x 7 inches or smaller 
in size.

Box 98
1.	Alitalia - Boeing 727
2.	Alitalia - Boeing 747
3.	Alitalia - DC-8
4.	Alitalia - DC-9
5.	Armitage S-8 - Bermuda
6.	Barnaby's Glider
7.	Berliner-Joyce XFJ-1
8.	Boeing 314
9.	Boeing 314
10.	DC-2, 1935
11.	DC-6B
12.	D. P. Grigorovich I-Z
13.	F9C, 1934
14.	F9C-2
15.	F9C-2
16.	F9C-2
17.	Fokker XFA-1, 1932
18.	Fokker XFA-1, 1932
19.	Grumman Goose
20.	IL-62
21.	Imperial Airways - "Cavalier"
22.	Imperial Airways - "Cavalier"
23.	Imperial Airways - "Cavalier"
24.	Imperial Airways - Flying boats
25.	Imperial Airways - Flying boats
26.	In-flight refueling, 1920s
27.	In-flight refueling, 1930s
28.	In-flight refueling, 1930s
29.	In-flight refueling, 1950s
30.	In-flight refueling, 1960s
31.	In-flight refueling, 1960s
32.	In-flight refueling, 1970s
33.	In-flight refueling, 1970s
34.	KB-40 accident at Bermuda, 1963
35.	KLM - DC-2
36.	KLM - DC-2
37.	KLM - DC-2
38.	KLM - DC-2
39.	KLM - DC-2
40.	KLM - DC-2 - Interior
41.	Lancaster Bomber
42.	Lancaster Bomber
43.	Latecoere 521
44.	Loening Air Yacht
45.	LOT - unidentified aircraft
46.	LOT - unidentified aircraft
47.	Lufthansa - "Aeolus"
48.	Lufthansa - "Aeolus"
49.	Lufthansa - BV 222
50.	Lufthansa - BV 222
51.	Lufthansa - BV 222
52.	Lufthansa - "Condor" flight crew
53.	Lufthansa - Fokke Wulf FW 200 - "Condor"
54.	Lufthansa - Fokke Wulf FW 200 - "Condor"
55.	Lufthansa - Fokke Wulf FW 200 - "Condor"
56.	Lufthansa - Fokke Wulf FW 200 - "Condor"
57.	N2Y-1
58.	N2Y-1
59.	NC-4
60.	NC-4
61.	Parasite planes - unidentified (World War II)
62.	Scandinavian - DC-8
63.	"The Seafarer"
64.	Sikorsky S-42
65.	Sikorsky S-42
66.	Sikorsky S-42
67.	Smith family
68.	Smith family
69.	Swissair - CV-990 - "Coronado"
70.	Swissair - CV-990 - "Coronado"
71.	Swissair - DC-4
72.	Swissair - DC-4
73.	Swissair - DC-6
74.	Swissair - DC-6
75.	Swissair - DC-7
76.	Swissair - DC-7
77.	Swissair - DC-8
78.	Swissair - DC-8
79.	Tupolev TB-3 with parasite planes
80.	Tupolev TB-3 with parasite planes
81.	Tupolev TB-3 with parasite planes
82.	Tupolev TB-3 with parasite planes
83.	Tupolev TB-3 with parasite planes
84.	Tupolev TB-3 with parasite planes and hooks
85.	Tupolev TB-3 with parasite planes and hooks
86.	Tupolev TB-3 with parasite planes loading
87.	Tupolev TB-3 - Pilots
88.	Vought OU-1 - Trapeze
89.	Vultee V1A, 1936
90.	Waco XJW-1
91.	Waco XJW-1
92.	Waco XJW-1
93.	Waco XJW-1 / U.S.S. Macon
94.	Wright brothers, 1909
95.	XF9C-1 / U.S.S. Akron
96.	Aircraft unidentified, 1930s
97.	Aircraft unidentified, 1950s
98.	Aircraft unidentified, 1954
99.	Bi-plane - unidentified
100.	Airship accident - unidentified
101.	British airship - unidentified
102.	C-2
103.	"Dresdner"
104.	Goodyear - aerospace air-dock - Akron, Ohio
105.	Goodyear - "America" - N10A
106.	Goodyear - "Columbia" - N3A & N4A
107.	Goodyear - "Enterprise" - Navy L-16
108.	Goodyear - "Europa" - N2A
109.	Goodyear - Lakehurst Naval Air Station hangar #1
110.	Goodyear - "Mayflower" - N1A
111.	Goodyear - "Pilgrim" - NC-9A
112.	Goodyear - "Ranger" - Navy L-18
113.	Goodyear-Zeppelin - Drawings
114.	Graf Zeppelin
115.	Graf Zeppelin
116.	Graf Zeppelin
117.	Graf Zeppelin
118.	Graf Zeppelin
119.	Graf Zeppelin
120.	Graf Zeppelin
121.	Graf Zeppelin
122.	Graf Zeppelin
123.	Hindenburg
124.	Hindenburg
125.	Hindenburg
126.	Hindenburg
127.	Hindenburg
128.	Hindenburg
129.	Hindenburg - Interior
130.	Hindenburg - Interior
131.	Hindenburg - Interior
132.	Hindenburg - Interior
133.	Hindenburg - Interior
134.	Hindenburg - Interior
135.	Hindenburg - Interior
136.	Hindenburg - Interior
137.	Hindenburg - Interior
138.	Hindenburg - Interior
139.	Hindenburg
140.	Hindenburg
141.	Hindenburg
142.	Hindenburg / Graf Zeppelin
143.	Hindenburg - Interior
144.	Holmes-Bendix Teterboro Airship Hangar - Wingfoot Lake, Ohio
145.	KC-1
146.	KC-1 - Flight crew, 1960
147.	Knute Rockne Shrine - Bazaar, Kansas
148.	LZ-1, 1900
149.	LZ-1, 1900
150.	LZ-4
151.	LZ-5
152.	LZ-6, 1906
153.	LZ-8 - "Deutschland"
154.	LZ-11 - "Viktoria Luise"
155.	LZ-13 - "Hansa"
156.	Palwaukee Airship Hangar - Akron, Ohio
157.	Parseval Airship
158.	R-100
159.	Trapeze
160.	Trapeze
161.	Trapeze
162.	Trapeze
163.	Trapeze
164.	U.S. Army RN-1
165.	U.S. Army RS-1
166.	U.S. Naval Airship - Accident
167.	U.S. Naval Airship - Fuel tanks
168.	U.S. Naval Airship - Interior
169.	U.S. Naval Airship - L-type / G-type / K-type / M-type
170.	U.S. Naval Airship - unidentified
171.	U.S. Naval Airship - unidentified
172.	U.S. Naval Airship - unidentified
173.	U.S.S. Akron
174.	U.S.S. Akron
175.	U.S.S. Akron - Construction
176.	U.S.S. Akron - Memorial plaque
177.	U.S.S. Akron - Officers
178.	U.S.S. Akron
179.	U.S.S. Akron - Wreckage
180.	U.S.S. Akron - Wreckage
181.	U.S.S. Akron - Wreckage
182.	U.S.S. Los Angeles
183.	U.S.S. Los Angeles - Officers and crew, 1930
184.	U.S.S. Macon
185.	U.S.S. Macon
186.	U.S.S. Macon
187.	U.S.S. Macon - Airplanes
188.	U.S.S. Macon - Officers, 1933
189.	ZD-3, 1954
190.	ZP4K / ZSG-4
191.	Allen family
192.	Abby D. Allen, 1900
193.	Edmund T. Allen, Jr., 1916
194.	Edmund T. Allen, Sr., 1906
195.	Margaret Allen
196.	Minerva N. Allen
197.	Thomas Allen
198.	Jim Allison
199.	Elbridge G. Dyer
200.	Margaret T. Dyer, 1898
201.	Kindley
202.	Ernest Lehmann
203.	Ben Leider
204.	Luftschiffbau Zeppelin Engineer Group
205.	Michael M. Mooney
206.	Hermann Pearlmann / Dr. Vogt
207.	Hein Ter Poorten, 1947
208.	Arthur Radford, 1949
209.	Forrest P. Sherman
210.	William S. Sims
211.	Raymond K. Smith
212.	Raymond K. Smith
213.	Raymond K. Smith
214.	Raymond K. Smith
215.	Richard K. Smith
216.	Richard K. Smith
217.	Richard K. Smith
218.	Smith family
219.	Eric Spehl
220.	Frank Tinker
221.	Individuals - unidentified
222.	Individuals - unidentified
223.	Individuals - unidentified
224.	Individuals - unidentified
225.	Individuals - unidentified
226.	Individuals - unidentified
227.	Individuals - unidentified
228.	Individuals - unidentified (Black Dog)
229.	Group - unidentified
230.	Group - unidentified
231.	Group - unidentified
232.	Group - unidentified
233.	Group - unidentified
234.	Group - unidentified
235.	Group - unidentified
236.	Group - unidentified
237.	Group - unidentified
238.	Group - unidentified
239.	Group - unidentified
240.	S.S. Princess Alice (a.k.a. S.S. Princess Matoika)
241.	S.S. Wanatchee (a.k.a. S.S. President Jefferson)
242.	U.S.S. Aquarius
243.	U.S.S. Concorde

Sub-series 4F: Photographic negatives of airplanes, airships, seagoing vessels and individuals that are 5 x 7 inches or 
smaller in size.

Box 99
1.	Aircraft - Tex Settle & Glider
2.	Airplane carrier / Training airship
3.	Airship - Airplane being released from airship
4.	Airship - Airplane bridge & pulleys diagram
5.	Airship - Airplane bridge & pulleys diagram
6.	Airship - Airplane stowage diagram
7.	Airship - Airplane stowage diagram
8.	Airship - Airplane stowage diagram
9.	Airship - Airplane stowage diagram
10.	Airship - Airplane stowage diagram
11.	Airship - Attached aircraft
12.	Airship - Attached aircraft
13.	Airship - Attached aircraft
14.	Airship - Attached aircraft
15.	Airship - Cartoon
16.	Airship - Construction
17.	Airship - Construction - Nose cone
18.	Airship - Damage
19.	Airship - Fin & Rudder
20.	Airship - Handling apparatus diagram
21.	Airship - Handling apparatus diagram
22.	Airship - Hangar construction
23.	Airship - Hangar ring
24.	Airship - Hauling up and mooring circles
25.	Airship - Hook
26.	Airship - Hull structure diagram
27.	Airship - Joint ring
28.	Airship - MC-38
29.	Airship - MC-38 - Interior drawing
30.	Airship - MC-38 - Interior drawing
31.	Airship - Propeller blade
32.	Airship - Propeller blade
33.	Airship - Storage tanks
34.	Airship - Trapeze diagram
35.	Airship - unidentified
36.	Automatic riveting machine
37.	Automatic riveting machine
38.	British aircraft mono-plane
39.	British airship R-23 / Attached airplane, 1918
40.	British airship / Sopwith camel, 1920
41.	BuAer Corp. / Design no. 124
42.	D-3
43.	Goodyear-Zeppelin Corp. - Passenger airship
44.	Goodyear-Zeppelin Corp. - Project I
45.	Goodyear-Zeppelin Corp. - Project II
46.	Goodyear-Zeppelin Corp. - Project III
47.	Harrigan
48.	Harrigan, Young, Bolster, et. al.
49.	Harrigan, Young, Bolster, et. al.
50.	Harrigan, Young, Bolster, et. al.
51.	Harrigan, Young, Bolster, et. al.
52.	Harrigan, Young, Bolster, et. al.
53.	Airship - Construction of control car
54.	Harrigan, Young, Bolster, et. al.
55.	Harrigan, Young, Bolster, et. al.
56.	Harrigan, Young, Bolster, et. al.
57.	Harrigan, Young, Bolster, et. al.
58.	Harrigan, Young, Bolster, et. al.
59.	Hindenburg
60.	Hindenburg
61.	Hindenburg
62.	Hindenburg
63.	Hindenburg
64.	Hindenburg
65.	Hindenburg
66.	Imperial Airways - Bermuda
67.	Imperial Airways - Bermuda
68.	Imperial Airways - "Cavalier"
69.	Imperial Airways - "Cavalier"
70.	Imperial Airways - "Cavalier"
71.	Imperial Airways - unidentified flying boat
72.	Knute Rockne Crash, 1931
73.	Knute Rockne Crash, 1931
74.	Knute Rockne Crash, 1931
75.	Knute Rockne Crash, 1931
76.	Knute Rockne Crash, 1931
77.	Knute Rockne Crash, 1931
78.	Knute Rockne Crash, 1931
79.	Knute Rockne Crash, 1931
80.	Knute Rockne Crash, 1931
81.	Knute Rockne Crash, 1931
82.	Knute Rockne Crash, 1931
83.	Knute Rockne Crash, 1931
84.	Knute Rockne Crash, 1931
85.	Knute Rockne Crash, 1931
86.	McClinic / MacDonald
87.	Mooring mast - Structural drawing
88.	NC-4, 1919
89.	NC-4, 1919
90.	S.S. Washington
91.	TC-3
92.	TC-7
93.	TWA - Advertisement
94.	U.S.S. Akron
95.	U.S.S. Akron - Cartoon
96.	U.S.S. Akron - Cartoon, 1930
97.	U.S.S. Akron - Cartoon, 1932
98.	U.S.S. Akron - Cartoon
99.	U.S.S. Akron - Hangar
100.	U.S.S. Akron - Newspaper headline, 1933
101.	U.S.S. Akron - Newspaper headline, 1933
102.	U.S.S. Akron - NZY
103.	U.S.S. Akron - Oil pump
104.	U.S.S. Akron - Structural design
105.	U.S.S. Akron - Structural drawing
106.	U.S.S. Akron - Track chart, 1932
107.	U.S.S. Akron - Track chart, 1933
108.	U.S.S. Akron - West coast flight
109.	U.S.S. Los Angeles, 1931
110.	U.S.S. Los Angeles
111.	U.S.S. Los Angeles - Air crew, 1930
112.	U.S.S. Los Angeles - Air crew
113.	U.S.S. Los Angeles / Barnaby's glider
114.	U.S.S. Los Angeles / Barnaby's glider
115.	U.S.S. Los Angeles / Barnaby's glider
116.	U.S.S. Los Angeles / Barnaby's glider
117.	U.S.S. Los Angeles 
118.	U.S.S. Los Angeles - Structural design
119.	U.S.S. Los Angeles - Trapeze diagram
120.	U.S.S. Los Angeles - Trapeze diagram
121.	U.S.S. Los Angeles - Trapeze diagram
122.	U.S.S. Los Angeles / Vought OU
123.	U.S.S. Macon
124.	U.S.S. Macon - At hangar
125.	U.S.S. Macon 
126.	U.S.S. Macon - Cartoon, 1933
127.	U.S.S. Macon - Cartoon, 1934
128.	U.S.S. Macon - Cartoon, 1935
129.	U.S.S. Macon - Crew
130.	U.S.S. Macon - F9C
131.	U.S.S. Macon - Newspaper headline, 1935
132.	U.S.S. Macon - Newspaper headline, 1935
133.	U.S.S. Macon - Officers
134.	U.S.S. Macon - Stern
135.	U.S.S. Macon - Survivors of crash
136.	U.S.S. Macon - Survivors of crash
137.	U.S.S. Macon - Tied up
138.	U.S.S. Macon - Track chart, 1934
139.	U.S.S. Macon - Track chart, 1934
140.	U.S.S. Macon - Track chart, 1934
141.	U.S.S. Macon - Track chart, 1934
142.	U.S.S. Macon - Waco XJW-1
143.	U.S. Air Force - B-36 & F-84
144.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - Barnaby's Glider
145.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - Barnaby's Glider
146.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - Berliner-Joyce XFJ-1, 1930
147.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - Berliner-Joyce XFJ-1, 1930
148.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - Berliner-Joyce XFJ-1, 1930
149.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - Berliner-Joyce XFJ-1, 1930
150.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - Berliner-Joyce XFJ-1, 1930
151.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - Bi-plane
152.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - Design No. 124
153.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C
154.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C
155.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C
156.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C
157.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C
158.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C
159.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C
160.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C
161.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C
162.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C
163.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C
164.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C - Damaged
165.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C - Attached to airship
166.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C - Attached to airship
167.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C - Attached to airship
168.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C - Attached to airship
169.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C - Attached to airship
170.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C - In hangar
171.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C - UO-1 hook
172.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C-2
173.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C-2
174.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C-2
175.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C-2
176.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C-2
177.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C-2
178.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C-2
179.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - F9C-2
180.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - Fokker XFA-1
181.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - Fokker XFA-1
182.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - Sperry Messenger
183.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - Sperry Messenger
184.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - Spy basket
185.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - Spy basket
186.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - Spy basket
187.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - Vought OU-1
188.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - XF9C
189.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - XF9C-1, 1931
190.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - XF9C-2
191.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - unidentified
192.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - unidentified
193.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - unidentified
194.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - unidentified
195.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - unidentified
196.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - unidentified
197.	U.S. Naval Aircraft - unidentified
198.	U.S. Naval Airmen - Mackey
199.	U.S. Naval Airmen - unidentified
200.	U.S. Naval Airmen - unidentified
201.	U.S. Naval Airmen - unidentified
202.	U.S. Naval Airmen - unidentified
203.	U.S. Naval Airmen - unidentified
204.	U.S. Naval Airmen - unidentified
205.	U.S. Naval Airmen - unidentified
206.	U.S. Naval Airmen - unidentified
207.	U.S. Naval Airmen - unidentified
208.	U.S. Naval Airmen - unidentified
209.	U.S. Naval Airmen - unidentified
210.	U.S. Naval Airmen - unidentified
211.	U.S. Naval Airship - Airplane attachment
212.	U.S. Naval Airship - Airplane attachment
213.	U.S. Naval Airship - Airplane attachment
214.	U.S. Naval Airship - Airplane attachment
215.	U.S. Naval Airship - C-2, 1918
216.	U.S. Naval Airship - Planes attached to blimp
217.	U.S. Naval Airships - Size diagram
218.	U.S. Naval Airship - Vought OU-1 hook
219.	U.S. Naval Airship - Vought OU-1 hook
220.	U.S. Naval Airship - Vought OU-1 trapeze
221.	U.S. Naval Airship - Vought OU-1 trapeze
222.	U.S. Naval Airship - ZR-3 - Structural drawing
223.	U.S. Naval Airship - ZRS 4&5 - Diagram
224.	U.S. Naval Airship - unidentified
225.	U.S. Naval Airship - unidentified
226.	U.S. Naval Airship - unidentified
227.	U.S. Naval Airship - unidentified
228.	U.S. Naval Airship - unidentified
229.	U.S. Naval Airship - unidentified
230.	U.S. Naval Airship - unidentified
231.	U.S. Naval Airship - unidentified
232.	U.S. Naval Airship - unidentified
233.	U.S. Naval Airship - unidentified
234.	Weather map - April 3, 1933
235.	Weather map
236.	X-1 flight
237.	X-1 flight
238.	X-1 flight
239.	X-1 flight
240.	X-1 flight
241.	X-1 flight
242.	X-1 flight
243.	X-1 flight
244.	Graf Zeppelin - Portrait
245.	Zeppelin L-30, 1916
246.	Zeppelin L-48, 1917
247.	Zeppelin L-59
248.	Zeppelin L-71, 1918
249.	Zeppelin LZ-1, 1900
250.	Zeppelin LZ-2, 1905
251.	Zeppelin LZ-129
252.	Zeppelin LZ-6
253.	Zeppelin LZ-129 - Interior drawing
254.	Zeppelin LZ-129 - Interior drawing
255.	Zeppelin LZ-129 - Interior drawing
256.	Zeppelin LZ-129 - Interior drawing
257.	Zeppelin LZ-129 - Interior - Cabin room
258.	Zeppelin LZ-129 - Interior - Cabin room
259.	Zeppelin LZ-129 - Interior - Dining area
260.	Zeppelin LZ-129 - Interior - Kitchen
261.	Zeppelin LZ-129 - Interior - Lounge
262.	Zeppelin LZ-129 - Interior - Promenade
263.	Zeppelin LZ-129 - Interior - Promenade
264.	Zeppelin LZ-129 - Interior - Stateroom
265.	Zeppelin LZ-129
266.	Zeppelin LZ-129 - Interior - Radio room
267.	Zeppelin LZ-129 - Interior - Passenger compartment diagram
268.	unidentified aircraft
269.	Unidentified individual
270.	Unidentified individual
271.	Unidentified individual
272.	Imperial Airlines - Bermuda, 1930s
273.	Imperial Airlines - Bermuda, 1930s
274.	Imperial Airlines - Bermuda, 1930s

Sub-series 4G: Oversized photographs

Box 100
1.	U.S.S. Akron - Crew, 1932
2.	Prestwick Airport
3.	Prestwick Airport
4.	U.S.S. Akron - Diagram, 1931
5.	U.S.S. Akron - Diagram, 1931
6.	U.S.S. Akron - Diagram, 1931
7.	Bombers flying over New York City and coast, 1940s
8.	F4B-3 / unidentified flying boat and blimp
9.	Unidentified flying boat / Unidentified airbase
10.	U.S.S. Los Angeles - Diagram / Unidentified airship

 
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