World War, 1914-1918 -- Aerial operations, American
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Air service mechanics school WWI-era photographs, 1917-1957
Photographic record of the men and their activities at the Air Service Mechanics School, Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas, 1917-1919 in 2 photo ablums plus loose photos and press cutting regarding Williamette National Cemetery. Most photo pages were annotated in white pencil by the owner.
Henry Augustus Batchelor III WWI archive, 1914-1970
Joseph Moller photograph album of Kelly Field (San Antonio, Texas), 1918-1919
Heavily annotated photo album documenting the work and activities of pilots, airplane mechanics, and aeroplane construction at Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX during World War 1.
Leman L. Babbitt WWI photographs, 1918
9 B/W WWI-era photographic aerial views and ground views of the Gujan air station, compound, hangars, and YMCA club, located in France.
"War Book" of the U.S. School of Military Aeronautics, 1917-1918
William G. Adams WWI ephemera
Ephemera of William G. Adams, 472nd Aero Squadron. Contents include: a pocket memorandum book with handwritten entries made primarily in England where Adams performed maintenance on aeroplanes plus newspaper clippings pasted in; printed program for the celebration of the squadron's one-year anniversary of service, 3 September 1918; and an orange and black felt pennant ("Aero Squadron: San Antonio, Tex") representing the squadron.
William V. Lovell Photograph Album
William V. Lovell Photograph Album, 1918-1919
Photograph album of 1st Lt. William V. Lovell Photograph Album, 22nd Aero Squad. Includes pay documents and some military records.
WWI photographs, 1918-1935
A broad range of subject matter depicted in 238 snapshots. Subjects include ground-based weaponry (French, German), observation balloons and Zeppelins (American, German); aeroplanes (German, American); naval vessels and ferries; ruins (France, Belgium, Germany); soldiers. Also among the collection are approximately 81 snapshots from a later period, circa 1935, of barracks, airplanes, airports, etc.