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Descriptive Finding Guide for the Roland A. Boucher Personal Papers SDASM.SC.10020
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Description
Roland A. Boucher, engineer and inventor who founded AstroFlights, which worked with electric-powered radio controlled aircraft and developed the world's first solar-powered aircraft. This is a collection pertaining photographs, slides, measurements, correspondence, articles on AstroFlight, Hughes Aircraft solar aircraft transparencies, two notebooks with technical notes, and a biography pertaining to Roland A. Boucher, inventor of the R/C car, the first air mobile satellite television transmission station, and the first solar-powered airplane.
Background
Roland A. Boucher, engineer and inventor who founded AstroFlights, which worked with electric-powered radio controlled aircraft and developed the world's first solar-powered aircraft.
Extent
0.36 Cubic feet 1 Box, 12” x 5” x 10.5”
Restrictions
Some copyright may be reserved. Consult with the library director for more information.
Availability
The collection is open to researchers by appointment.