Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
The papers are almost entirely concerned with his service career, particularly his time as Director of Bomber Operations at the Air Ministry, 1943-45. After the War, Bufton planned a book on the Combined Bomber Offensive, and a draft is preserved at BUFT 5/4. There is also a good deal of reference and research material.
Notes and unpublished biography of Sir Barnes Wallis; and "The British Aircraft Industry 1939" produced by Society of British Aircraft Constructors
The collection includes Smith's files on individual aircraft including the Airbus; plans and technical drawings and correspondence relating to the aircraft industry and aircraft design.
Papers relating to aviation and aircraft design
In addition to reprints of most of Preston's published scientific papers the collection consists principally of manuscript working papers either for research projects, articles or lectures throughout his career.
The material at Churchill Archives Centre comprises a complete run of Probert's official correspondence and also associated papers and publications.
Pearson's copies of papers relating to Rolls-Royce Ltd, especially concerning the development of the RB211 engine, and the subsequent voluntary liquidation of the company and its transfer to state ownership. Also some personal papers.
The papers mainly consist of a numbered series of scrapbooks including invitations, press cuttings, photographs, correspondence and other ephemera relating to Julian Ridsdale's political career and personal life with his family.
Papers relating to the aviation industry
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.