William Curtis Rockefeller
Scope and Contents
William Curtis Rockefeller, 1910-1982. Caltech BS (Eng) 1932; MS aeronautical engineering, 1934; Instructor 1934-1938. In 1936 Rockefeller was the first recipient of the Lawrence B. Sperry Award for young aeronautical engineers. He served as meteorologist for Howard Hughes's record-setting around the world flight in 1936.
- 19th century to present
Conditions Governing Access
This collection has not been digitized, and is available only in the reading room of the Caltech Archives. Access is available to anyone conducting research for which it is necessary; please contact the Caltech Archives to make an appointment.
1 unspecified containers : MEDIUM: Paper
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
- Aeronautics Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Aviation Subject Source: Local sources
- Meteorology Subject Source: Local sources
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