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Description: Jet Age Aesthetic: The Glamour of Media in Motion
Selected Bibliography
PublisherYale University Press
Selected Bibliography
The following abbreviations appear throughout the Notes:
ADP: Archives of the Aéroports de Paris, Orly
DOA: Los Angeles Department of Airports
LAX: Los Angeles International Airport
NYHS: New-York Historical Society
NYPL: New York Public Library
NYWF: New York World’s Fair
WDA: Walt Disney Archives
Archives of the Aéroports de Paris, Orly (ADP)
Air France Archives
San Francisco Airport Museum
Flight Path Learning Center, LAX
Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian
Pan Am Collection, University of Miami Library
Wilson Hicks Conference Tapes and Transcripts Collection, University of Miami Library, Special Collections (Wilson Hicks, University of Miami)
Yaacov Agam Files, Kandinsky Library, Centre Pompidou, Paris.
Magnum Photo Collection, Center for Creative Photography
Reyner Banham Papers, Getty Research Institute Library
Lawrence Alloway Papers, Getty Research Institute Library
Beaumont Newhall Papers, Getty
Research Institute Library
Anaheim Heritage Center, Anaheim Public Library
The Walt Disney Studios Archive
Walt Disney Imagineering Archive
Walt Disney Photo Archive
Ernst Haas Archive, Getty Images, London
R. R. Donnelley and Sons Company Archive, University of Chicago Library, Special Collections
Time-Life Archive, New-York Historical Society (NYHS)
Eero Saarinen Papers, Yale University
Eames Collection, Library of Congress
William Pereira Archives, Special Collections, USC Library
Papers of the 1964–65 New York World’s Fair, New York Public Library (NYPL)
Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona, Tucson (CCP)
Aerial History and Culture
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