Daniel Guggenheim School of Aeronautics Wind Tunnel research projects records, [ca. 1930-1972] (bulk ca. 1940-1959).


School of Aerospace Engineering. Daniel Guggenheim School of Aeronautics (Georgia Institute of Technology). Daniel Guggenheim School of Aeronautics Wind Tunnel research projects records, [ca. 1930-1972] (bulk ca. 1940-1959).

Daniel Guggenheim School of Aeronautics Wind Tunnel research projects records, [ca. 1930-1972] (bulk ca. 1940-1959).

The collection consists of records of the School of Aerospace Engineering, Daniel Guggenheim School of Aeronautics Wind Tunnel at Georgia Institute of Technology (Atlanta, Ga.) from ca. 1930-1972. The records include research data, reports, photographs, and account information pertaining to projects conducted at the wind tunnel facility. The bulk of the materials date from ca. 1940-1959 and contain information on a variety of organizations that sponsored the research including the Aircraft Inc., Airmarine Corp., Ampress Corp., Bell Aircraft Corp., Bell Helicopter Co., Boeing Airplane Comp., Coca-Cola Co., Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corp., Day-nite Reflective Sign Co. of Atlanta, General Electric Company, Fairchild Aircraft Corp., Glenn L. Martin Co., Honeywell Inc., Kaman Aircraft Corp., John Portman and Assoc., Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, Lockheed-Georgia Co., McDonnell Corporation, Mead Packaging Corp., Puerto Rican International Airlines Inc., Rose Aviation Corp., Scientific Atlanta Inc., United Aircraft Corp., U.S. Dept. of Army and Navy, U.S. National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, and Ventnor Boat Corp as well as research done by Theodore Strawn for the development of the Strawn wing.

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