Predominant Dates: 1965-1972
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Scope and Contents: The Jerome Goldman papers (1941-1972; 7 cubic feet) document Goldman’s career at Purdue as a pilot for Purdue Airlines. The bulk of the papers include flight manuals and other technical manuals. There are some papers concerning the Midwest Program on Airborne Television Instruction that was conducted out of Purdue Airlines. Some folders contain items from Goldman’s studies at Purdue in aeronautics and astronautics such as papers written by Goldman and slide rules used for engineering courses. Types of materials include: financial papers, notes from college classes, flight manuals, technical manuals, slides, slide rules, and an aviation headset. The Papers are organized into two series: Papers and Artifacts.