William R. Stone Microwave Oven Papers
Papers documenting William R. Stone's involvement in the invention and development of the microwave for industrial and home use. The collection includes biographical information; patents, and other invention related papers; photographs; design drawings; internal company papers and memoranda; Stone's research and reports, especially on the subject of microwave safety; and …
Walter Shearer Pamphlet Collection
Pamphlets published by the General Motors Company, covering a wide variety of topics, including business and industry, economics, household tips, politics, safety, and self-improvement. There are also a number of pamphlets about General Motors itself. Many of these pamphlets also serve as corporate propaganda.
Lawrence Edward "Larry" Campbell, Jr. Papers
This collection consists of approximately 0.87 cubic feet of material relating to the career of Lawrence Edward "Larry" Campbell, Jr. in the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Air Force Reserves, the National Transportation and Safety Board, and the Alaska Air National Guard.
This accession consists of files of the visiting professional program; correspondence with professional and various experts in museum issues; memoranda; audience course outlines; workshop evaluations; and records pertaining to registration methods, photographic methods for museum personnel, museum security, fire, safety and health programs for museum and cultural properties, museum lighting …
Panama-Pacific International Exposition photographs
89 photographs mostly of sculptures included in the Panama-Pacific International Exposition of 1915, including three photographs of an unidentified group. Collection also contains 88 safety negatives.
This accession consists of memoranda and correspondence documenting Office of Protection Services (OPS) operations.
Association of Space Explorers Collection [Schweickart]
This collection consists of approximately 1.77 cubic feet of materials relating to the creation of the Association of Space Explorers, their activities, and some additional material about various projects Russell L. "Rusty" Schweickart was involved in.
Robert L. Liles Photography Collection
Robert Lee Liles (June 13, 1920 - August 16, 2013) served in the U.S. Air Force from 1940 to 1970. After retiring from the Air Force, he worked as a safety engineer. Liles died in 2013. The Robert L. Liles Photography Collection consists of digital copies of thirty-six photographs from Robert Liles' service in the Army Air Corps and U.S. Air Force from 1940 to 1970.
This accession consists of Radio Dialogue program tapes (10" reels; National Public Radio returns; 2nd generation), original recordings (10" safety reels; unedited; 2nd generation), and transcripts.
This accession consists of audiotapes created during the production of "Guitar: Art and Soul." This radio program featured a variety of guitar music recorded during a live performance at the National Museum of American History. Materials include original masters and safety copies on DAT and original masters on 2" audiotape.