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Aircraft accidents

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

German World War I Photograph Album

 Collection
Identifier: MS 00281
Scope and Contents Photograph album containing 231 black and white photographs taken during World War I. Each photograph is accompanied by a written description in German. Photographs include many shots of downed planes, human casualties, scenes from war trenches, destroyed buildings, and show German soldiers as well as captured American, English and French POWs. Most of the photographs appear to be taken in France, Russia, Germany and Italy. Due to the massive destruction and bombing, some of the images are...

B. Traver Hulse Scrapbook

 Collection
Identifier: 00/05/UA 5.059
Scope and Contents Scrapbook containing photographs, financial records and receipts, activity tickets, newspaper clippings, letters and cards, and other memorabilia of student life. The primary focis of the scrapbook are the College airport and aeronautics. Many of the photographs depict the College airport, hangar, airplanes, and students in the Flight School. There are two photographs and a program from Amelia Earhart's visit to the College of William and Mary. Hulse's scrapbook includes photographs...

Harry Kamil Letter

 Collection
Identifier: SC 00062
Scope and Contents One letter from Corpral Harry Kamil, 803rd Bomber Squadron, 470th Bomb Group, to his wife dated September 24, 1943.  In it he describes an airplane crash on the base and the horror of extracting the deceased in the aftermath.

Catherine B. Kinney Papers

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01170
Scope and Contents Typescript by Catherine B. Kinney and collected comments from passengers aboard Pan American Flight #154 enroute to Lisbon when the plane narrowly escaped landing in the Atlantic Ocean and landed safely in Newfoundland, 25 July 1958. Included are notes Kinney took during the four hour ordeal as well as correspondence with publishers.