Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Biographies of Rudolph, scanned newspapers and original clippings, an obituary.
Scope and Contents This collection contains photographs, slides, correspondence, and files that document the life and career of German-American guided missle expert Berhard Tessmann. Materials trace Tessmann's work from Peenemunde to Ft. Bliss and eventually Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
Scope and Contents The collection includes a total of 4 archival boxes containing 80 subject folders, and 32 DVD's The Ernst Stuhlinger Recognition Collection is primarily focused on his extensive wide range of contributions to the field of science. He was a multifaceted scholar of far-ranging interest who also demonstrated a keen appreciation of history and its preservation.
Scope and Contents This collection consists of two large parts, one half being Dr. Reisig's personal papers and notes, and the second half being a collection of books kept by Dr. Reisig. Alongside this there are also a handful of artifacts and maps.
Content Description This colleciton contains drawings, photographs, and an autobiography of Ernst Karl Klauss.
Content Description The collection includes newsletters, member lists, public relations materials.
Item — Box 1
Scope and Contents Documents pertaining to the lives of Robert Lusser and his family.
Scope and Contents This collection has the following series: Documents, Photographs, Publications, and Artifacts. Series I, Documents, contains memos and other papers. Series II, Photographs, contains both personal and work-related photos. Series III, Publications, contains magazines and newspapers. Series IV, Artifacts, contains personal notebooks and an aviator cap. Material found in this collection relates to the life of Mr. Hueter and the subject of space.