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[Letter to Mr. and Mrs. William H. Cook, Sr. from William H. Cook, Jr., March 27, 1939]
Letter to Mr. and Mrs. William H. Cook, Sr. from their son, William H. Cook, Jr., March 27, 1939. Addresses the crash of a Boeing 307 Stratoliner during a test flight on March 18, 1939 and describes the ongoing investigation and impact; Cook's boss,…

[Telegram to William H. Cook, Sr. from William H. Cook, Jr., March 19, 1939]
Telegram to William H. Cook, Sr. from his son, William H. Cook, Jr., March 19, 1939. Responds to Cook, Sr.'s previous telegram about the crash of a Boeing 307 Stratoliner during a test flight on March 18, 1939. Cook, Jr. states that he is okay, as he…

[Telegram to William H. Cook, Jr. from William H. Cook, Sr.,  March 19, 1939]
Telegram to William H. Cook, Jr. from his father, William H. Cook, Sr., March 19, 1939. Requests a response from Cook, Jr. following the crash of a Boeing 307 Stratoliner during a test flight on March 18, 1939. Cook, Jr. was supposed to be aboard the…

[Letter to A. F. Sise from H. W. Cook, February 19, 1959]
Letter to A. F. Sise from William H. Cook, February 19, 1959. Addresses employment opportunities at Boeing and job prospects for a Mr. Opel. References the Boeing 707 and flight testing. One (1) typed page.

[Letter to J. F. Victory from Wiliam H. Cook, January 14, 1954]
Letter to J. F. Victory from William H. Cook, January 14, 1954. Addresses Cook's appointment to the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) Subcommittee on Stability and Control. Also mentions the Boeing high-speed wind tunnel and the…

[Letter to Michael T. Russo from Mikiel Brower, Radio Station WJW, July 24, 1945]
Letter to Michael T. Russo from Mikiel Brower, Radio Station WJW (Cleveland, Ohio), July 24, 1945. Thanks Russo for appearing on his radio program "Jobs for G.I.s." One typed page on Radio Station WJW stationary.

[Letter to Elvin L. Lindsay from James Forrestal, Secretary of the Navy, February 15, 1946]
Letter to Elvin L. Lindsay from James Forrestal, Secretary of the Navy, February 15, 1946. Thanks Lindsay for his military service.Item from a disassembled scrapbook documenting the U.S. Navy career of Elvin L. Lindsay, circa 1944-1947.

[Letter to Elvin L. Lindsay from Bureau of Naval Personnel, December 19, 1946]
Letter to Elvin L. Lindsay from the Bureau of Naval Personnel, December 19, 1946. Forwards permanent citation for Lindsay's Distinguished Flying Cross. One typed page.Item from a disassembled scrapbook documenting the U.S. Navy career of Elvin L.…

[Letter to Elvin L. Lindsay from Vice Admiral Marc A. Mitscher, U.S. Navy, circa 1944-1945]
Letter to Elvin L. Lindsay from Vice Admiral Marc A. Mitscher, U.S. Navy, circa 1944-1945. Presents Lindsay with the Distinguished Flying Cross "for distinguishing himself by meritorious achievement while participating in an aerial flight as pilot of…

[Letter to Elvin L. Lindsay from James Forrestal, Secretary of the Navy, circa 1944-1945]
Letter to Elvin L. Lindsay from James Forrestal, Secretary of the Navy, circa 1944-1945. Presents Lindsay with the Distinguishing Flying Cross "for heroism and extraordinary achievement in aerial flight as Pilot of a Fighter Plane in Fighting…
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