Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection includes correspondence, photographs, and memorabilia from Bill Ingalls Hoese, in England and Canada ranging from 1938 to 1941 regarding flying and world experiences. Also included are sympathy cards and letters, newspapers from the Hoese family and their friends regarding Bill Ingalls Hoese's death, Worthington, Indiana, and World War II. Notable items include a memorial card of Bill Ingalls Hoese's death from the Canadian government, a sympathy card from the Queen at...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection includes four scrapbooks containing clippings of articles about Charles Lindbergh from May 1927 to August 1932 that were compiled by Miss Adele Dorothy Koehne of Indianapolis, Indiana. The bulk of the articles are from Indianapolis newspapers, but several were are also clipped from other Indiana newspapers, including from Columbus, Franklin, and Marion; from other U.S. city newspapers, including Chicago, Cleveland, New York, and San Francisco; and from several national...
Collection — Folder OBC121
Scope and Contents This collection contains clippings of newspaper articles and photographs related to Charles Lindbergh ranging from 1927 to 1977, concerning his life, his acccomplishments as a pilot, and official visits to cities.
Collection — Folder SP064
Collection — Folder SP057
Collection — Folder S2275
Scope and Contents This collection includes a photocopy of "My Most Thrilling Experience," a handwritten account of Jimmie Doolittle's biplane performance at the dedication of the Indianapolis Municipal Airport. Donated by Ina E. Kestner, the personal account has a few notations added to the margins and was likely a school assignment written by her son, Elmer. Please note that the document mentions that the event was "Last October 30," but the airport dedication took place September 26-27, 1931.
Dates: circa 1932
Collection — Folder S1144
Scope and Contents This collection includes a handwritten letter from Karl John Schoen to his brother, Joe Schoen, on October 28 regarding family news and flying against the German aviators, biographical information about Karl Schoen, several newspaper clippings about Karl Schoen and other American aviators during World War I, and a CD-ROM with a digital copy of a photograph of Effie May Schoen at Karl Schoen's gravesite in France as well as a photocopied version of the photograph.
Collection — Folder SP021
Scope and Contents This collection includes photographs and negatives of Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd's visit to Indianapolis, Indiana where he was presented with a medal during a ceremony at Monument Circle on August 25, 1930.
Collection — Folder OBF024
Scope and Contents This collection includes 10 black-and-white panoramic photographs in the United States ranging from 1906 to 1942 regarding multiple military units from the United States Army and National Guard, including a 1906 Fort Benjamin Harrison encampment in Indianapolis; Battery C, 325th Field Artillery at Camp Zachary Taylor, Kentucky (November 1917); Headquarters Company, 137th Field Artillery at Camp Shelby, Mississippi (March 7, 1918); 2nd Battalion, 2nd Regiment, Indiana Liberty Guard (September...