Raymond, Arthur Emmons (Aeronautical Engineer)
- Existence: 1899 - 1999
Background: Caltech Assistant Professor of Aeronautics, 1927-34; Chief Engineer, Douglas Aircraft Company, 1925-60.
Collection Notes: Oral history, 1982. This 20-page oral history is primarily concerned with the aeronautics courses Raymond taught at Caltech in the late 1920s and 1930s.
Papers, 1928-34; 1974. Notes for airplane design courses given at Caltech. Most are handwritten and include numerous diagrams. Included is a copy of Raymond's 1974 autobiography which describes his personal and professional life and includes material on Pasadena history.
Collection size: 1 box, 0.5 linear ft.
Finding aid available at the Archives.
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Arthur Raymond Oral History Interview with Ruth Powell, 1982-04-02 - 1982-04-02
Arthur Raymond Oral History Interview with Ruth Powell [sound recording], 1982-04-02 - 1982-04-02
GALCIT 50 Year Anniversary
Papers Of Arthur Raymond 1928-1934
Arthur Raymond Papers
The collection consists of lecture notes for airplane design courses at Caltech and a copy of his autobiography.
The Plane That Changed the World (DC-3)
- Unprocessed Material 3
- Archival Object 3
- Collection 1
- Aeronautics 4
- Manuscript Collection 2
- Aviation 1
- Film & Video 1