Click the play buttons to listen. For more information about each interview, see the Aviation Oral History Catalog.
Airplane Sounds: Airplane Sounds recorded by James Kovacsik: fly-by at Bayport Aeorodrome, antique airplane engines. (47:43)
Anholzer, Hank: Model airplane maker discusses early Long Island airplane industry, Brewster Aeronautical and Pan American airlines, personal experiences with model making. Feb. 6, 1996. (46:27)
Anholzer, Hank: Hank Anholzer’s background, Lindbergh, airplane model building, work experiences, Long Island Early Fliers group. Apr. 17, 1996. (1:13:10)
Axinn, Donald: Growing up amid 1930s Long Island aviation scene, Middlebury College flying club, poetry, women in aviation, Port Washington seaplane service. May 29, 1996. (53:01)
Bergman, George: Machinist in airline and related industries, 1895-1991. Early engines, Sikorsky and Sovoia-Marchetti craft. May 23, 1994. (58:39)
Cassanello, Emil: Model airplane maker and pilot discusses 1940s work experiences and model airplane characteristics.
Darress, Dorothy: Retired TWA stewardess talks about how the role of the stewardess evolved through industry changes. Dec. 3, 1993. (46:24)