This is a collection of the personal papers of Henry White. White was an early pilot and instructed Charles Lindbergh in seaplane
flight. White also worked as a translator, notably on Wernher von Braum's "Life on Mars".
An early pilot in 1911, Henry White of Baltimore instructed the famed Charles Lindbergh in seaplane operations. He served
as a salesman and flight instructor for Lockheed and as a test pilot and sales manager for the Sikorky Company. A linguist,
White served also served as a translator for Wernher von Braun and helped with his novel, The Mars Project and Life On Mars.
0.8 Linear feet
2 manuscript boxes
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