Saturn Project (U.S.) -- History
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The collection documents the research activities of Anthony Young on the development of the Saturn V F-1 rocket engine. The materials includes letters, press releases, technical papers, newspaper and magazine articles, writings, and photographs. The collection may include reproductions of original documents.
Scope and Contents Biographies of Rudolph, scanned newspapers and original clippings, an obituary.
Content Description This collection includes materials on wind tunnel research at NASA, Chrysler, and Thiokol, as well as journal articles written by the donor on various technical topics.
Scope and Contents Notes, correspondence, technical documents, and publications relating to the life and career of George Landwehr von Pragenau.
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.
Content Description Architectural drawings, topograpical and survey maps, newspaper clippings, correspondence, materials relating to the Marshall Space Flight Center, pictures, posters, pamphlets, magazines, and obituary of Heinz Hilten.
Scope and Contents Documents and notes pertaining to Horn's career in missile and rocket development. Some artifacts are written in German.
Scope and Contents This collection is 5.5 linear feet of personal materials, such as notes, correspondence, and professional papers, from the career of Leland F. Belew. Material is mostly print with some AV and artifacts.
Scope and Contents Materials from the life and career of Robert Hunt including documents regarding the Apollo and Skylab Programs, newspapers and magazines, film reels, Hunt's personal papers on various subjects, materials regarding meetings and management, and research on various topics.