Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Ephemera 2016.026
Scope and Contents American Airlines Flagship “Knoxville” Includes printed color photograph from C. R. Smith Museum, Fort Worth, Texas where the airplane was apparently retired. Two color photographs at McGhee Tyson Airport, Newspaper clipping about stewardess Esther Carlson getting her wings May 1939
Identifier: Ephemera 2014.011
Scope and Contents One side with title above listed includes images of airplanes and military insignia; verso shows map of the world with flags of all nations around the edges. Date of map accurate to Oct. 15, 1943.
Identifier: APD 0022
Scope and Contents Hydraulic System, B-24-D Warplane. “Drawing No: 2ZZ 020.” “ Blue Print File no. 846.” Blue print provided for gunner on the airplane to make emergency repairs while on a mission. Also includes photo reproduction of Air Corps Training Detachment, Chicago, 9-4-1942 which includes father of the donor, Arthur Martin Maxian, who served in the 392d Air Expeditionary Group
Identifier: PAS 0038
Scope and Contents World War I scrapbook; information on the first airplane in Knoxville, Tenn., 1921; photographs; miscellaneous programs. Ten photographs and newspaper clippings were sent by Mrs. Bonsal via Bob Van Deventer on January 26, 1984. They were added to the collection in separate folders. The bottle used by Margaret Lockett to christen Knoxville’s first airplane. Includes photographic postcard of Mrs. Percy Lockett, ca. 1910 or 1911 Appalachian Exposition held in Knoxville, Tenn. Mrs. Percy Lockett...
Identifier: PAS 0034
Scope and Contents Scrapbook of Mrs. G.K. Walters (Anne Stafford) of Knoxville. Contains: photographs of Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Walters, friends, World War I pictures, airplane snapshots; calling cards; clippings; Girl Scout material; postcards (Detroit; Chicago Worlds Fair); Opti-Mrs. yearbook (Knoxville), 1947-1948; Murphy College (Sevierville) grade report for Anne Stafford, 1912; Central High School (Knoxville) graduation invitation and program, 1916; Kiwanis and Knoxville Business Men’s Club photographic...
Identifier: SPC 2016.008
Scope and Contents Snapshot of Charles Lindbergh and his plane The Spirit of St. Louis, taken by Carlie Lucas of Phillips Avenue in South Knoxville. Taken in 1927 on Lindbergh’s tour of the United States. Probably taken at Chattanooga October 5, 1927 when Lindbergh landed there in his national tour of the US. He landed in Memphis and Chattanooga on the tour. In 1928 after the tour the airplane was donated to the Smithsonian Institution The snapshot was later given to Miss Lucas’ niece, Mary Lou Coggins. Shows...