documents aspects of the Southern California Aircraft
Industry's involvement with the National War Labor Board during World War II. The
collection provides a historical summary of the West Coast Airframe Committee, as well
as wage rates and job classification standards.
Lockheed Aircraft Corporation is an aerospace development company known since 1995 as
Lockheed Martin. The history of the company dates back to 1912 with the establishment of
the Alco Hydro-Aeroplane Company in San Francisco. It was renamed the Loughead Aircraft
Manufacturing Company in 1916 and relocated to Santa Barbara. In 1926 the company moved
to Hollywood and changed its name to the Lockheed Aircraft Company, then relocated to
Burbank in 1928. The company changed names again in 1932 and became the Lockheed
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