WORLD WAR I COLLECTION
LAST UPDATED: 21 MAY 2003

BOX LABELS: Orange/Blue

This collection consists of 9 acid free boxes. It includes some primary records but the majority of the records are secondary sources. The collection is approximately 8 linear feet.

Box 1 A-Mc

Articles on Aviation in WW-I
Articles (National Geographic, January 1918)
Article: Air Power Over the Water
Aircraft used by Navy in WW-I
Aircraft: DH-4
Article: Naval Aviation Overseas (3 parts)
Notes on U.S. aircraft & liberty engines in France during WW-I
ASW Actions and Submarine Sinkings in WW-I
Naval Aviation in Canada
Naval Aviation Equipment; excerpts on
Burgess-Dunne factory at Marblehead
Article: “The US Bureau of Construction and Repair and the Supply of Aircraft During the 1917-1918 War with the Central Powers.”
Caproni Aircraft
Chronology
Coastal Patrol and Station, U.S.
Naval Aircraft Factory, Philadelphia Navy Yard
Correspondence
Demobilization after the War
Flight Safety
Harvard Aviators (excerpts from book)
1917 History of Aeronautics
LTA
Evolution & Operation of Naval Aircraft (general)
Magazines
Naval Aviation in WW-I (magazine)
McKitterick Papers: Material on NAS Lough Foyle (for more info see NAS Lough Foyle file)
McKitterick Papers: Record of Flights
McKitterick Papers: Miscellaneous & Correspondence

Box 2 M-Z

Aviation Supply History
Massachusetts and Naval Aviation
Marine Aviation in WW-I
Naval Flying Corps
New England Aviators 1914-1918 (book)
Ordnance
Personnel-General
Personnel: AIO (Aviation Intelligence Officers)
Naval Aviation in France
Naval Aviation Section in Europe
Newspaper Clippings
Photos: Dushane Collection, mostly Caproni Aircraft
Q-ships, Articles
Reserve Flying Corps
Sources
Statistical Data on Aviation
Yale Units
Yale Units- Photos
The War in Pictures (magazine)

Box 3 European Theater (A-Z)

Naval Aviation in Italy
British Aircraft Attack & Destruction of a Zeppelin (L-53)
Allied Aviation
Aircraft Delivery in Europe
Naval Railway Batteries
Naval Aviation in France (document in French; photos received from Capt. Feuilloy, FN (Ret.))
Europe: Procurement of Aviation Material
German Naval Aviation
Lafayette Escadrille (aviation squadron) (articles)
Europe: First Naval Aviation Unit (1st aeronautic Detachment in France)
Europe: Patrol Station (also see files for specific NAS in Europe)
Northern Bombing Group, Europe

Box 4 History of U.S. Naval Aviation: French Units (Chapters 1-12, Appendix 1-3; A.W. Cohen Collection; Index for collection)

History of U.S. Naval Aviation: French Units (Chapters I through X)
History of U.S. Naval Aviation: French Units (INDEX) (A.W. Cohen Collection)
History of U.S. Naval Aviation: French Units (Appendix 1)
History of U.S. Naval Aviation: French Units (Appendix 2)
History of U.S. Naval Aviation: French Units (Appendix 3)
History of U.S. Naval Aviation: French Units (Chapter X)
History of U.S. Naval Aviation: French Units (Chapter XI)
History of U.S. Naval Aviation: French Units (Chapter XII)

Box 5 History of U.S. Naval Aviation: French Units (Appendix/Folders 4-9; A.W. Cohen Collection)

History of U.S. Naval Aviation: French Units (Appendix 4)
History of U.S. Naval Aviation: French Units (Photographic History, Folder No. 5)
History of U.S. Naval Aviation: French Units (Photographic History, Folder No. 6)
History of U.S. Naval Aviation: French Units (Photographic History, Folder No. 7)
History of U.S. Naval Aviation: French Units (Photographic History, Folder No. 8)
History of U.S. Naval Aviation: French Units (Photographic History, Folder No. 9)

Box 6 Training (A-Z)

Training Stations
Training: Articles
Training: Aviation Training for Marines
Training: Article by Afred Wolff, N. A. # 645
Training: Naval Aviation School of Lake Bolsena, Italy
Training: Columbia University Aviation Training
Training: Gunnery School of Pensacola
Training: MIT, Naval Aviation Detachment (Jul 1917- Jan 1919)
Training: MIT, Aviation Ground School
Training: MIT, copies of documents from the National Archives on MIT during WW-I
Training: MIT, Flight A at MIT
Training: MIT, History of Naval Air Detachment at MIT during WW-I
Training: MIT, excerpts, notes & articles on MIT Training
Training: MIT, Miscellaneous notes
Training: MIT, notes on MIT from National Archives
Training: MIT, Personnel
Training: MIT, Personnel directing the Training Program
Training: MIT, Photos
Training: MIT, Questionnaire on MIT Ground Training
Training: Princeton Unit
Training: Training for Aviators at Annapolis (newspaper)
Training: Trained by Royal Flying Corps
Training: Training of Student Officers (syllabus)
Training: Training in Canada, correspondence with Canadian Offices
Training: Training in Canada, misc. notes & correspondence
Training: Training in Canada, personnel
Training: Training in Canada, photos
Training: Training in Canada, agreement between governments
Training: H-16 Training

Box 7 NAS's (Naval Air Stations) (A-K)

Naval Air Station List/Organization/and Miscellaneous Data
NAS Anacostia, D.C.
NAS Arcachon, France
NAS Bay Shore, Long Island, New York
NAS Berehaven (Castletownbere)
NAS Brest, France
NAS Bolsena, Italy
NAS Cape May, N.J.
NAS Chatham Article & backgroud Data compiled by Capt. J. Lacouture (USN, Ret)
NAS Chatham
NAS Coco Solo, Canal Zone
NAS Dunkirk, France
NAS Eastleigh, England
NAS Fromentine, France
NAS Guipavas (Brest), France
NAS Halifax, Nova Scotia
NAS Hampton Roads, VA.
NAS Ile Tudy, France
NAS Key West, Florida
NAS Killingholme, takeover, 1918 Booklet
A Killingholme Diary 30 May 16 Aug (year unknown)

Box 8 NAS's (L-Z)

NAS Killingholme, England
NAS L'Aber Vrach, France
NAS Le Croisic, France
NAS Le Croisic Station and Flight Orders
NAS La Pallice
NAS La Trinite
NAS Lough Foyle, Ireland (for more info see WW-I McKitterick Papers: NAS Lough Foyle)
NAS Montauk, Long Island, New York
NAS Morehead City, N.C.
NAS Moutchic-Lacanau history (Training)
NAS Paimboeuf, France (Dirigible Station)
NAS Pauillac, France
NAS Pensacola, Florida
MCAS Ponte del Gada, Azores
NAS Porto Corsini, Italy
NAS Queenstown, Ireland
NAS Rockaway, New York
NAS Trequier, France
NAS St. Trojan, France
NAS San Diego (North Island)
NAS Squantum, MA.
NAS Wexford, Ireland
NAS Whiddy Island, Ireland

Box 9 - NAS Chatham logbook

Box 10 - Day Wing, Northern Bombing Group Log Book Aug-Nov 1918

Box 11 - History of U.S. Naval Aviation-Training in America (RG 45)

Box 12 Photos and Books

Photos
Books (Personnel working on books on WW- I
Over the Front, The league of WWI Aviation Historians

Box 13 Books

The First War Planes, William E. Barrett
The Fighters: The Men and Machines of the First Air War, Thomas R. Funderburk
The Airman's War: 1914-1918, Peter H. Liddle
Naval Aviation in World War I, Issued by the office of the Chief of Naval Operations
The Battle of Eastleigh England
Sortie: A Bibliography of American Combat Aviation Unit Histories of World War II, John W. Lambert
Aero: The Journal of the Early Aeroplane
The Knighted Skies: A Pictorial History of World War I in the Air, Edward Jablonski
Naval Aviation in World War I, Adrian O. Van Wyen
They Fought for the Sky, Quentin Reynolds

Box 14 Photos

Misc. Photos from WW-I