Correspondence, research notes and drawings, reports, articles, product specifications, commercial publications, photographs,
and other items pertaining to airplanes and aeronautical research, including his research on wings and propellers. There is
correspondence with the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and
aircraft companies such as Boeing, Douglas, Northrop, and Lockheed. Correspondents include Col. Homer A. Boushey, Louis B.
Gratzer, George J. Higgins, E.P. Lesley, G.W. Lewis, Earl C. Popp, L. Prandtl, and D.D. Warner. Collection also includes research
logs and bills from research conducted for Tracerlab, Inc., of Berkeley, 1949-54.
Professor of aeronautics at Stanford (1929-1965). Reid was the author of APPLIED WING THEORY, 1932, and many technical papers
published by the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics.
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