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Sperry Gyroscope Company Division records

Accession 1915

Manuscripts and Archives Department, Hagley Museum and Library


PO Box 3630
Wilmington, Delaware, 19807
302-658-2400
research@hagley.org

Finding aid prepared by Michael H. Nash, 1994

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[Description and dates], Box/folder number, Sperry Gyroscope Company Division records (Accession 1915), Hagley Museum and Library, Wilmington, DE 19807

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Descriptive Summary

Title: Sperry Gyroscope Company Division records
Dates: 1910-1970
Accession Number: 1915
Creator: Sperry Corporation. Sperry Gyroscope Division.
Extent: 76 linear feet
Language of Material: English
Language of Material: Some trade literature in Spanish, French, Italian, Russian, and Polish.
Repository: Hagley Museum and Library: Manuscripts and Archives Department
Abstract: The Sperry Gyroscope Company was originally organized by electrical inventor Elmer Ambrose Sperry for the purpose of manufacturing and marketing his ship gyrostabilizer, gyrocompass, and high-intensity searchlight. The records describe the development and marketing of the marine and airplane stabilizer, the high-intensity searchlight, fire control systems, the gyrocompass, airplane automatic pilot, bombsights, and the aerial torpedo. They trace the evolving relationship between Sperry and the military and the impact of World Wars I and II.
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Administrative Information


Provenance

Deposit of Unisys Corporation

Access Restrictions

Some records subject to 25-year time seal.

Use Restrictions

Literary rights retained by depositor.

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Historical Note

The Sperry Gyroscope Company was incorporated on April 14, 1910. It was reincorporated in New York as the Sperry Gyroscope Company, Inc., on January 21, 1929. In April 1933 it became a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Sperry Corporation and was merged into it as a division in December 1947. The Sperry Corporation merged with Remington Rand, Inc., on June 30, 1955, to form the Sperry Rand Coproration. Sperry Rand was renamed the Sperry Corporation in July 1979, and in November 1986 it merged with the Burroughs Corporation to form the Unisys Corporation.

The Sperry Gyroscope Company was originally organized by electrical inventor Elmer Ambrose Sperry for the purpose of manufacturing and marketing his ship gyrostabilizer, gyrocompass, and high-intensity searchlight. During the years between 1915 and 1925 Sperry worked closely with the United States Navy to develop airplane stabilizers, gyrostabilized bombsights, automatic fire control systems, the aerial torpedo, and a number of anti-aircraft devices.

In 1928, two years before his death, Sperry sold the company to North American Aviation, Inc., a huge aviation holding company organized by Clement M. Keys that combined a number of major aircraft manufacturers and several important airlines. It was for this reason that the company was reincorporated in 1929. North American Aviation came under the control of General Motors but was broken up under the Air Mail Act of 1934. Sperry Gyroscope and an associated firm, the Ford Instrument Company, Inc., were spun off to a new holding company, the Sperry Corporation, in April 1933, which, with the breakup of North American Aviation, became an independent company.

In the 1930s and 1940s Sperry Gyroscope worked with Stanford and MIT to develop the microwave tchnology that was necessary for modern radar systems. During the Second World War the company grew more than ten-fold as it produced computer-​controlled and stabilized bomb sights for the B-17 and B-32 bombers, automatic pilots, fire control systems, airborne radar equipment, and automated take-​off-​and-​landing systems. It soon outgrew its Brooklyn plant, and the government built a new facility at Lake Success, Long Island.

After the war Sperry began to look to the civilian market. In 1947 it acquired the New Holland Farm Machine Company. However, with the outbreak of the Cold War, Sperry continued to be primarily a military contractor. It played a major role in the development of surface-to-air missiles and nuclear submarines. The 1955 merger with Remington Rand provided Sperry with access to advanced computer technology, which it applied to the military sector. During the 1960s the company was a major contractor for the Mercury and Apollo projects, as it helped to develop the computerized command and control systems for the Atlas rocket.

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Scope and Content

The records document the history of the company from its beginnings. They describe the development and marketing of the marine and airplane stabilizer, the high-intensity searchlight, fire control systems, the gyrocompass, airplane automatic pilot, bombsights, and the aerial torpedo. They trace the evolving relationship between Sperry and the military and the impact of World Wars I and II. There is also a copy of a 1942 oral history interview of Ford Instrument Company founder and Sperry engineer Hannibal C. Ford by Sperry Vice President Robert B. Lea.

The archive includes the published patents from the Sperry Gyroscope Company (1929-1960) and the Ford Instrument Company (1917-1960). Also included are the records of a number of important patent interference cases: Sperry v. Kellogg (1958, automatic pilot); Sperry v. Collins Radio Company (1958, microwave); Russell H. Varian v. Frederic Llewellyn, Jr. (1948, Klystron, microwave); and Sperry v. Lear (1958, automatic pilot). The patent records include Russell H. Varian's laboratory notebooks (1938-1939) that were compiled at Stanford to document work on the Klystron project.

The Sperry Gyroscope archive was originally housed in the firm's Public Relations Dept. Consequently, the bulk of the records are a heterogeneous collection assembled to serve advertising and public relations needs.

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Separated Material

Sperry Gyroscope Company Division photographs (Accession 1986.273), Audiovisual Collections and Digital Initiatives Department, Hagley Museum and Library

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Bibliography

Nash, Michael. Computers, Automation, and Cybernetics at the Hagley Museum and Library (Greenville, Del.: Hagley Museum and Library, 1989).

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Access Points

Administration.
Advertising.
Aerial gunnery.
Aeronautical instruments.
Aeronautics, Military.
Air warfare.
Air-to-air rockets.
Air-to-surface missiles.
Airborne computers.
Aircraft industry workers.
Aircraft industry.
Airplanes, Military--Armament.
Analog computers.
Antiaircraft guns.
Artificial horizons (Aeronautical instruments).
Automatic pilot (Airplanes).
Automatic pilot (Ships).
Bell Telephone Laboratories, inc.
Business enterprises--History.
Collins Radio Company.
Conte de Savoia (Steamship).
Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company, inc.
Defense industries.
Fire control (Aerial gunnery).
Fire control (Naval gunnery).
Ford Instrument Company, Inc.
Ford, Hannibal C. (Hannibal Choate), 1877-.
General Electric Company.
Guided bombs.
Guided missiles.
Gunnery.
Gyro compass.
Gyroscopes.
Gyroscopic instruments.
Gyrostabilizers.
Industry and state.
Instrument flying.
Klystrons.
Landing aids (Aeronautics).
Loran.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Microwave devices.
Microwave engineering.
Military-industrial complex.
Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Company.
Navigation Aeronautics).
New York World's Fair (1939-1940).
Nike-Zeus rocket.
North American Aviation, inc.
Patent laws and legislation.
Patent lawyers.
Patent licenses.
Patent suits.
Patents.
Philco Corporation.
Polaris (Missile).
Poseidon (Weapons system).
Project Apollo (U.S.).
Project Mariner.
Project Mercury.
Radar.
Radio Corporation of America.
Range-finding.
Regulus (Missile).
Remington Rand, inc.
Research aircraft.
Research, Industrial.
Rocketry.
SPACE (Computer program).
Search-lights.
Semiconductors.
Space flight.
Space vehicles--Guidance systems.
Sparrow (Missile).
Sperry Corporation. Sperry Gyroscope Division.
Sperry Gyroscope Company, inc.
Sperry Rand Corporation.
Sperry Rand Corporation. Sperry Gyroscope Division.
Sperry, Elmer Ambrose, 1860-1930.
Stability of ships.
Stanford University.
Texas Instruments Incorporated.
The House on 92nd Street (Motion picture).
The Road to Murmansk (Motion picture).
Tracking radar.
Transistors.
Unisys Corporation.
United States. National Aeronautics and Space
United States. Navy--Weapons systems.
Varian Associates.
Varian, Russell Harrison, 1898-1959.
Vickers, Incorporated.
Westinghouse Electric Corporation.
World War, 1939-1945--Equipment and supplies.
Wright Machinery Company.
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Series Descriptions and Inventory

I. Public Relations Department Technical literature file, 1915-1962
Scope and Content
The Public Relations Department literature file includes trade catalogs, manuals, technical reports, pamphlets and published articles describing Sperry's products. Many of the files contain blueprints and specifications.
Box Folder
1 1 The Sperry Gyro-Compass and Gyro-Pilot, publication no. 17-1608, 1924
1 2 The Sperry Gyro-Compass and Gyro-Pilot, publication no. 17-1609, 1926
1 2a The Sperry Gyro-Compass, publication no. 17-1609 3M, November 1, 1923
1 3 [Removed]
1 4 The Gyro-Compass and Gyro-Pilot: Their Operating Principles, Construction and Uses, publication no. 17-1611
1 5 The Sperry Pallograph, Sperry Gyroscope Company Ltd. (London), pamphlet no. 47
1 6 The Sperry Gyro-Compass and Navigation Equipment, fourth edition, 1915
1 7 The Sperry Gyro-Compass, 1920
1 8 The Sperry Gyro-Compass, publication no. 17-1606, 1923
1 10 [Removed]
1 11 Automatic Steering for Submarines, confidential publication no. 19-1
1 12 Sperry Aircraft Control Apparatus: Sperry Automatic Pilot, Sperry Directional Control and Sperry Servo Motor Control
1 13 The Sperry Gyro-Compass, 4 page pamphlet
1 14 The Gyro-Horizon, publication no. 15-400
1 15 A True Story of the Devil, publication no. 19-101
1 16 102 Fleets, 5,000,000 Tons, 28,000,000 Miles in 1 Year, Ships of Every Type, advertising brochure for Gyro-Compass Gyro-Pilot
1 17 The Electrically-driven Gyroscope and its Uses, speech by Elmer A. Sperry, 1915-1916
1 18 The Gyroscope and How to Demonstrate Many of its Uses, publication no. 24-5
1 19 Employing the Sperry Gyro-Compass in Dredging, 4 page, circa 1930
1 20 Some Notes on the Principles of the Gyroscopic Compass particularly the Sperry Gyroscopic Compass, by Capt. Louis M. Nulton, USN, publication no. 649 10-17 M
1 21 Marching Compasses Instructions; 1 page
1 22 Active Type of Stabilizing Gyro, by Elmer A. Sperry. Paper read at the Twentieth General Meeting of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, 1912
1 22 Plates to Illustrate Paper on Recent Progress with the Active Type of Gyro Stabilizer for Ships by Elmer A. Sperry, Transactions of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Vol 23, 1915
1 22a Gyro Ship Stabilizers in Service by Elmer A. Sperry, Transactions of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Vol 25, 1917
1 23 The Sperry Ship Stabilizer, publication no. 549 1-17
1 24 The Sperry Gyro-Stabilizer for Ships
1 25 Neptune Foiled by the Sperry Ship Stabilizer, 4 page pamphlet
1 26 A-C Rudder Angle Indicator, report by R. B. Lea, Bulletin #1. (Confidential) Sperry Rudder Angle Indicator System, November 1, 1930
1 27 Enjoy Yachting in Any Weather, publication no. 2M 9-31 (5 copies in English, 1 copy in French)
1 28 Revolution Indicator System, publication no. 18-1
1 29 Rudder Indicator System Type-E, publication no. 18-60, 5M 8-31
1 30 The Sperry Helm Angle Indicator, publication no. 23-1700 3M. and 23-1700 3M. and The Sperry Helm Angle Indicator, Sperry Gyroscope Co., Ltd. (London), pamphlet no. 158, 1-21-1924 4-10-1924
1 31 The Sperry Rudder Indicator, publication no. 18-50, July 1928
1 32 The Sperry Directional Gyro, publication no. 15-500, 7.5C 1-33 (English); El Giro de Dirección de Sperry, 15-500, 13C 10-31(Spanish)
1 33 El Horizonte de Sperry, publication no. 15-450, 13C 1-31 (Spanish)
1 34 Five Great Flights with Sperry Instruments, (English and Spanish editions), circa 1931
1 35 Aerial Navigation Over Water, paper by Elmer A. Sperry, presented at Annual Meeting of the Society of Automobile Engineers, January 11, 1917
1 36 Apparatus that Aids Aviators, tri-fold pamphlet no. 548, February 1917
1 37 Sperry Banking Indicator, 6 3/8 × 3 ½ inch pamphlet, publication no. 781 3M 2-20-18
1 38 Whitaker, Omar B., “Aëronautical Charts,” The Geographical Review, vol. IV, no. 1, reprint. (form no. 592. 6/17), July 1917
1 39 Magnetic Compasses for Air Craft, and Compases Magnéticos para Aeronbaves, publication no. 618 9-17 M, 1916
1 40 Sperry Air Speed Indicator, 6 3/8 × 3 ½ inch pamphlet
1 41 Sperry Aircraft Compasses, 6 3/8 × 3 ½ inch pamphlet
1 42 The Sperry Automatic Pilot, publication no. 552 2-17
1 43 Handy Star Finder, undated
1 44 The Sperry [18"] High Intensity Searchlight, publication no. 20-1635
1 45 Sperry Safety, Three Purpose Airport Floodlight, single sheet, n. d
1 46 Twelve and Eighteen Inch High Intensity Arc Searchlight Projectors, publication no. 20-1621, March 1926
1 47 Incandescent Searchlights for Every Purpose, 4 page, undated
1 48 Sperry High Power Beacon and Landing Lights for Airways and Airports, publication no. 20-1620 3M 10-16-25
1 49 The Sperry Aerial Beacon, publication no. 20-1607 2M 7-25-23
1 50 “Solving the Problem of Fog Flying,” The Daniel Guggenheim Fund for the Promotion of Aeronautics, Inc, circa 1929
1 51 Sperry Open-Type Searchlight, publication no. 50, 1919
1 52 Sperry Commercial Electric Searchlight, publication no. 51, 1919
1 53 Sperry High Intensity Arc Searchlight, publication no. 52, undated
1 54 The Sperry High Intensity Searchlight, publication no. 20-1603, 2M-8-1-22
1 55 The Sperry 18" High Intensity Searchlight, publication no. 20-1605, 2M 5-5-23
1 56 Jobson, C. D., “The San Francisco Airport,” Aviation, reprint, November 7, 1927
1 57 40,000 Candle Power Now Available in One Small Unit, for the Merchant Service, publication no. 20-1504, 1M-4-6-23
1 58 New Sperry Revolving Beacon, single sheet advertisement, undated
1 59 The Sperry 18" High Intensity Searchlight, Sperry Gyroscope Co., Ltd., (London), pamphlet no. 220, undated
1 60 The Sperry High Intensity Searchlight, publication no. 20-1615, 1925
1 61 Sperry Airport and Airway Lighting Equipment, publication no. 20-1622, circa 1930
1 61a American Gas Accumulator Company Products (Elizabeth, NJ), [Airport and Airway Lighting Equipment], circa 1932
1 62 Sperry-AGA High Intensity Arc Floodlight, publication no. 20-1623, 9-29-15CC
1 63 Anti-Aircraft Gun Control, publication no. 20-1640, 1930
1 64 Recording Theodolite, publication no. 14-1, 1931
1 65 McEntee, William (Commander), “Comparative Tests of Bilge Keels and a Gyro-Stabilizer on a Model of the U. S. Aircraft Carrier Langley,” Transactions of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, vol. 28, reprint, 1920
1 65a Sperry Rudder Angle Indicator System, confidential bulletin #1, New Self-Synchronous Alternating Current Type “E”, November 1, 1930
1 66 Robinson, G. B., (Major), “Metal Mirrors, Night Glasses and Oscillators,” Coast Artillery Journal, reprint, November-December 1931
1 67 Jackson, Albert M., (Capt.), and Ward, Roswell H. (Lieut.), “Analyzing `Archie's' Shots,” Scientific American, vol. 146, no. 1, reprint, January 1932
1 68 Specification for Sperry 60" Mobile Projector and Sound Locator Equipment #G-69401, publication no. 20-655, 1932
1 69 Anti-Aircraft Searchlights and Sound Locators, publication no. 20-1630, undated
1 70 Projecteurs de Défense Contre Avions et Appariels D'Ecoute, publication no. 20-1631, 1930
1 71 Proyectores y Localizadores Antiaéreos, publication no. 20-1630 (Spanish edition), circa 1930
1 72 Proiettori ed Ascoltatori Anti-Aerei, publication no. 20-1630 (Italian edition), circa 1930
Box Folder
2 73 Specification for Anti-Aircraft Director and Data System, #69-257, undated
2 74 The Sperry Magnetic Clutch Coupling, publication no. 23-1601, undated
2 75 The Sperry Automatic Projector Lamp, undated
2 76 The Sperry Electric Shears, 3 3/8 × 6 6/16" pamphlet and advertising post card, undated
2 77 The Sperry-Duplex Searchlight Power Unit, publication no. 20-1604 2M 1-6-23
2 78 The Sperry Sound Locator for use with Anti-Aircraft Searchlight, undated
2 79a Whitaker, O. B., “Dr. Elmer Ambrose Sperry,” Sperryscope, vol. 6, no. 3, reprint, July 1930
2 80 Primrose, Durward, “The Sperry Plant Home of the Gyro Compass,” Marine Journal, reprint, July 15, 1928
2 81 The Sperry Dead Reckoning Instrument, Sperry Gyroscope Co., Ltd. (London), pamphlet no. 49, undated
2 82 Instructions for Installation and Operation of the Villiers' Odograph, Sperry Gyroscope Co., Ltd. (London), pamphlet no. 190, revised, 1929 May 16
2 82 The Sperry-Villiers Odograph, Sperry Gyroscope Co., Ltd. (London), pamphlet no. 190a, undated
2 83 A Reminder of Tour of Inspection of the Sperry Gyroscope Company, Inc. publication no. 24-10, [September 17, 1931]
2 84 Surwel Service, Its Basic Principles Operation Uses and Manifold Advantages, Sperry-Sun Well Surveying Company (Philadelphia, Pa.), 1930
2 85 Important Facts on the Sperry Gyroscopic Ship-Stabilizer, first and second editions, undated
2 86 The Country Mansion Goes to Sea, undated
2 87 Wells, G. M. “Modern Antiaircraft,” Army Ordnance, vol. IX, no. 53, reprint, March-April 1929
2 88 Wells, G. M. “Artillería Moderna Contra Aeroplanos,” Army Ordnance, vol. IX, no. 53, reprint (Spanish translation), March-April 1929
2 89 “Reflections on the Sperry Gyro-Compass,” Sperryscope, vol. 6, no. 6, reprint
2 90 Navigating Equipment for Up-to-Date Yachts, publication no. 17-1610 5M 7/29
2 91 The Sperry Register, August 1932
2 91a Merchant Vessels and Yachts [Equipped with the Sperry Gyro-Compass and Pilot, editions, November 1, 1929 and March 1931
2 92 10 Years Service to the World's Merchant Marine
2 93 The Sperry Engine Speed Indicator, publication no. 23-1710, 1925
2 94 Changing Course Precisely: How do Your Ships Change Course?, undated
2 95 Salinity Indicator System, publication no. 23-1, 1931
2 96 The Sperry Course Recorder, undated
2 97 Captain of Lost Vessel Testifies Before Official Court of Inquiry that Gyro-Compass would have Prevented Disaster, circa 1932
2 98 Sperry Heavy Duty Air Gap Clutch, undated
2 99 Sperry Aircraft Instruments, undated
2 100 Stark, Howard C., Blind or Instrument Flying? Instruction Book, revised edition (Howard C. Stark: Newark, NJ, 1931
2 100a Stark, Howard C., Instrument Flying Instruction Book, (James Stark: Pawling, NY, 1934
2 101 [Gyro-Compass and Gyro-Pilot], publication no. 17-1611 (Russian edition), undated
2 102 An Open Letter: Gyro-Compass and Gyro-Pilot Performance on Board P.Y. Janidore, 1932
2 103 [Gyroscopic aviation equipment], publication no. D15-600 (Russian edition), undated
2 104 S.S. Conte di Savoia, the Ship that Can't Roll, publication no. 3416, October 1931
2 105 Electro-mechanical Steering System, includes photographs and engineering drawings, undated
2 106 Sperry Automatic Pilot for Airplanes, publication no. 15-550, 1932
2 107 Automatic Steering for Naval Vessels, NY publication no. 19-3, London publication no. 307, 1932
2 108 The Sperry Gyro Stabilizer, single sheet “principle of operation and analysis of reduced strain resulting from stabilization,”, undated
2 109 Gyroscopic Stabilization
2 110 Views of the Construction of the Gyro-Stabilizers for the Conti de Savoia, 1932
2 Stabilization - Conte di Savoia the new liner of the Italian Line
2 112 Universal Director and Data Transmission System, publication no. 14-8051, August 1, 1932
2 113 The Sperry Horizon, publication no. 15-450-B, 1932
2 114 Universal Director and Data Transmission System, publication no. 14-8051, undated
2 115 Description and Specification of 24" High Intensity Searchlight, publication no. 20-201, undated
2 116 Incandescent Searchlights (Marine Type), publication no. 12-2A, 1936
2 117 Director Universal y Sistema de Transmision de Datos, publication no. 14-8052 (Spanish edition), undated
2 118 Wells, G. M., “New Fire Control for Divisional Weapons,” Army Ordance, vol. XI, no. 65, pp. 365-370, March-April, 1931
2 119 Confidential Information on the New Sperry 36" Naval Searchlight, undated
2 120 The Sperry Mark XII Gyro-Compass for Naval Use, Confidential Announcement, August 1, 1932
2 121 A New Steering System [Sperry Electro-Mechanical Steering System], publication no. 19-4, 1932
2 122 The Sperry Gyro-Stabilizer, publication no. 21-4, 1933
2 123 Seacoast Computer [photographs], circa 1932
2 124 The Mark IX Gyro-Compass Equipment (includes engineering drawings), undated
2 125 The Binocular Control, publication 20-507, undated
2 126 Why the Gyro-Compass and Pilot are Good Investments, publication no. 17-1620, circa 1932
2 127 The Automatic Pilot for Aircraft, publication no. 15-655 (1st preliminary and later editions), circa 1933
2 128 Description and Operating Principles of the Sperry Gyroscopic Horizontal, publication no. 23-5, undated
2 130 Tank Directional Gyro, publication no. 23-7001, circa 1931
2 131 Modern Equipment for the Up-to-Date Yacht
2 132 Sperry Instrument Flying, Sperry Gyroscope Co., Ltd. (London), publication no. 311, undated
2 132 Il Volo Alla Cieca con gli Instrumenti “Sperry. [Blind Flying with Sperry Instruments], undated
2 132 Flying with the Sperry Horizon and the Directional Gyro, Sperry Gyroscope Co., Ltd. (London), publication no. 314, and no. 320, Sperry Gyroscope Co., Inc. (Brooklyn), publication no. 15-650, 1933, 1936, undated
2 133 Sperry 60″ Anti-Aircraft Searchlight and Sperry-Cadillac or Sperry-Duplex Power Unit, circa 1929
Box Folder
3 134 The Sperry Anti-Aircraft Fire Control System, circa 1929
3 135 Sperry Mark X Gyro-Compass Equipment, circa 1928
3 136 The Sperry D-C. Brush-Shifting Comparator Control System, undated
3 137 The Sperry Sound Locator for use with Anti-Aircraft Searchlight, undated
3 138 The Sperry Long Base Range Finder, Sperry Gyroscope Co., Ltd., (London), pamphlet no. 30, undated
3 139 The Sperry Automatic Roll and Pitch Recorder, Sperry Gyroscope Co., Ltd., (London), pamphlet no. 50, undated
3 140 Sperry-Duplex Mobile Airport Floodlight and Power Truck Unit, undated
3 141 Photographs of T6 Director taken at Aberdeen, October 16, 1930
3 142 Sperry High Intensity Searchlights 12" to 36", A.O. 20-1186, circa 1928
3 143 Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company, Inc. and Associated Companies, 20 March 1929
3 144 “The Diesel-Electric Tanker `Brunswick',” The Motor Ship, reprint, October 1928
3 145 Universal Fire-Control Director for Defense Against Attack from Air, Land or Water, publication no. 14-8053, 1933
3 146 Zand, S. J. and Swisher, L. N., “Anti-Vibration Mounting of Airplane Instruments,” reprint courtesy of U. S. Air Services, undated
3 147 Revolution Indicator System
3 148 A New Steering System
3 149 Flying the Ocean is an Instrument Job
3 150 Then and Now (Gyro-Compass and Gyro-Pilot
3 151 What the Gyro-Compass Means..
3 152 Announcing the New Sperry Horizon
3 153 A Hole in the Fog
3 154 Five Epoch Making Flights
3 155 Through the Clouds (Directional Gyro)
3 157 Pleasure Afloat
3 160 This Year (Gyro-Pilot)
3 166 Position Wanted (Sperry Gyro-Pilot)
3 168 A Reminder of Tour of Inspection of the Sperry Gyroscope Company, Inc., publication no. 24-10B, undated
3 169 Sperry Automatic Pilot for Aircraft, publication no. 15-660, 1M 8-33
3 170 Sperry Directional Gyro for Military Tanks, publication no. 15-150, undated
3 171 Compendium of publications including:
3 171 The Sperry Gyro-Compass and Gyro-Pilot, publication no. 17-1608, The Sperry High Intensity Searchlight, publication no. 20-1615, The Sperry Engine Speed Indicator, publication no. 23-1710, The Sperry Helm Angle Indicator, publication no. 23-1700, 1924-1925
3 171 Fundamental Principles of the Gyroscope and the Gyro-Compass, publication no. 16-101-A-A, 1924
3 172 The Products of the Sperry Corporation, undated
3 174 [Marine Gyro-Compass Mark XII], publication no. 16-1200 (Russian edition), 1933
3 175 Demonstrating the Gyroscope, publication no. 24-15, 1M, file 176, publication no. 24-15B, 4M, file 180, publication no. 24-15C, 10M, September 15-33, 1933; October 1933; October 1933
3 177 Sperry Pilot for Automatic Flying
3 178 The Sperry Gyro-Compass and Gyro-Pilot, Sperry Gyroscope Co., Ltd., (London) and Sperry Gyroscope Co., Inc. (Brooklyn), publication no. 17-1611B, September 1933
3 181 Voar com o Horizonte e o Gyroscopio Direccional Sperry, (Portuguese edition) publication no. 15-650-C 1M, Nov. '33
3 182 Vuelos con el Horizonte y el Giroscopio de Direccion de Sperry, (Spanish edition) publication no. 15-650-B 1M 10-33
3 183 The Sperry Pilot for Automatic Flying, publication no. 15-705, circa 1933
3 184 Le Poste Directeur Universel de conduite du tir “Sperry,” [Universal Fire-Control Director for Defense Against Attack from Air, Land or Water], publication no. 14-8053 B, file 197, circa 1933; c. 1934
3 185 Acoustics and the Airplane
3 188 I. Automatic Fire Control: an analysis of anti-aircraft directors;
3 II. Gamma-Juhasz Director: a translation from the German original; III. Limitations of the Gamma Director: an elaboration of Section I, p. 3, circa 1933
3 189 Bassett, Preston R. and Zand, Stephen J., “Noise Reduction in Cabin Airplanes,” Transactions of the A.S.M.E., pp. 49-56, reprint, February 1934
3 192 The Sperry Thirty-six Inch, High Intensity Naval Searchlight, undated
3 194 Comfort in Air Travel
3 195 Report Covering a Comparison of Performance of the S.S. Delsud before and after Installation of the Gyro-Compass and Pilot, undated
3 196 Sperry Universal Director - form #1607 (ordering information and specifications), undated
3 199 Incandescent Searchlights, Sperry Gyroscope Co., Ltd. (London), publication no. 312, undated
3 200 McClain, John, “On the Sun Deck,” The New York Sun, reprint, August 3, 1934
3 206 The Sperry Directional Gyro with Ball Bank Indicator, publication no. 15-663, undated
3 207 The Sperry Pilot for Automatic Flying, publication no. 15-662, December 1934
3 209 The Sperry Register, Sperry Gyroscope Co., Ltd. (London), publication no. 23-50, file 215 and publication no. 23-51, February 1935, June 1935
3 210 Insure Safety for your Ships, publication no. 19-6, March 1935
3 211 Details of the Siemens Automatic Pilot [from Inter-Avia, no. 170, November 22, 1934]
3 212 Bassett, P. R., “Passenger Comfort in Air Transportation,” Journal of the Aeronautical Sciences, vol. 2, reprint, March 1935
3 213 Army Ordnance, vol. VIII, no. 46, January-February 1928
3 214 House, E. R., “Reducing Noise in Airplane Sound Locators,” The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol. 7, no. 2, part I, reprint, October 1935
3 215 The Sperry Register, publication no. 23-51, (filed with earlier editions; see file 209), June 1935
3 216 The Anti-Aircraft Problem and the Solution with Present Day Equipment, lecture by Capt. C. H. Morgan, Ordnance Dept., publication no. 14-8058, undated
Box Folder
4 217 The Thermionic Steering Control System, confidential publication no. 19-170, undated
4 218 Bassett, P. R., Passenger Comfort in Air Transportation, publication no. 15-706, September 1935
4 220 Bassett, P. R. and Hodgkinson, F. P., “New Studies in Ship Motion,” Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, advance copy of paper, November 1935
4 221 Sperry Gyro-Horizon, single-sheet, undated
4 222 Spending for Economy 30 Vessels to Get Sperry Equipment, single-sheet, undated
4 223 History of the Director Development, publication no. 14-8059, circa 1935
4 224 A Maneuvering Control Equipment (confidential report), publication no. 23-902, undated
4 225 “On Instruments,” publication no. 15-651, 5M-5-36
4 226 Taylor, H. A., “Switzerland Non-Stop,” Flight, reprint for SGCo., Ltd., (London), February 20, 1936
4 227 Incandescent Searchlights (Marine Type), publication nos. 12-2 and 12-2A, September 1932 and July 1936
4 228 Zand, Stephen J. and Perot, Gilbert, “Étude du confort à bord des avions de transport et application pratique à un appareil,” [Passenger Comfort in Air Transportation] (French edition), L'Aéronautique, no. 205, reprint, June 1936
4 229 Zand, Stephen J., “Comfort in Air Travel,” lecture delivered before the Royal Aeronautical Society, November 25, 1935
4 230 Demonstration of the Sperry Optical Triangulator and Teledata System, Mitchell Field, Long Island, file 233, Demonstration of the Sperry Optical Triangulator and Teledata System, Mitchell Field, Long Island, 1936; 1936
4 231 The Gyroscope, publication no. 24-15D, September 1936
4 232 Universal Director and Data Transmission System, Sperry Gyroscope Co., Ltd., (London), publication no. 14-8060L, undated
4 245 El Giropiloto en Aeronaves Militares, Gyro-Pilot (Spanish edition), publication no. 15-666B, February 1937
4 246 The Sperry-M.I.T. Recording Oscillograph, publication no. 23-101, 1937
4 247 Draper, C. S., Bentley, G. P., and Willis, H. H., “The M.I.T.-Sperry Apparatus for Measuring Vibration,” Journal of the Aeronautical Sciences, vol. 4, no. 7, reprint, May 1937
4 259 Safer Flying in Fog...in Cloud and Mist, Sperry Gyroscope Co., Ltd. (London), publication no. 294, undated
4 260 Aircraft Instruments Flight Indicator, Pioneer Instrument Co, 1929
4 275 Sperry Electric Steering Systems, publication no. 19-4A, 1M 7-39
4 276 The Sperry Gyro-Horizon and the Directional Gyro, publication no. 15-652, and 15-562A, November 1939 and January 1940 November 1942
4 277 Sound Locator Equipment Type M2, publication no. 20-509A, January 1, 1940
Box Folder
5 278 The Sperry Automatic Radio Direction Finder, publication no. 15-75 D, March 1940
5 279 What is a Gyro-Compass?, publication no. 17-1608, 5M 10-5-23
5 280 The Sperry Gyro-Compass and Navigation Equipment, second edition, 1912
5 281 Gorazdowski, Stefan (Capt.), Kompas Bakowy Sperry [Sperry Gyro-Compass Mark VIII] (Polish edition), (Gdynia: Instytut Wydawniczy Panstwowej Szkoly Morskiej, 1939
5 282 Bassett, Preston R. and Lyman, Joseph. “Flightray, a Multiple Instrument Indicator,” Journal of the Aeronautical Sciences, vol. 7, no. 5, reprint, March 1940
5 283 Istruzione per l'Uso e l'Installazione dell'Autopilota Sperry Salmioraghi, instruzione n. 399/1, 1939
5 284 Turner, C. C., (Maj.). By Air to Paris, (London: E. L. Belliere and P. Watson, undated
5 285 The Sperry Automatic Radio Direction-Finder, publication no. 15-75 E, and 15-75 F, January, 1941 September 1942
5 286 [Removed]
5 287 Sperry Klystron Technical Manual, restricted publication no. 15-101, February, 1942
5 288 Bassett, Preston R. and Lyman, Joseph. “Flightray, a Multiple Instrument Indicator,” Sperryscope, vol. 9, no. 3, reprint, July 1940
5 289 Flying with the Sperry Horizon and the Directional Gyro, publication no. 15-650, 15M 3-15-33
5 290 The Sperry-M.I.T. Detonation Detector for Aircraft Engines, publication no. 23-130 1M, April, 1942 -
5 291 “Sperry Gyropilot and Blind Flying Instruments,” Inter Avia, No. 246 Supplement, (Spanish edition), August 21, 1935
5 292 A Letter from the President of the Sperry Corporation to the Voting Trust Certificate Holders, 1941
5 293 “War Plant,” The Architectural Forum, reprint, November, 1942
5 294 “Sperry: The Corporation,” and “Sperry's Spinning Wheel,” Fortune, reprint, May, 1940
5 295 The Gyroscope, publication no. 24-15F 10M 7-40; file 297, publication no. 24-15H 10M 4-43, 5M 10-43, and 4M 10-44
5 296 Nassau at War, publication no. 24-20 15M 4-43
5 297 The Gyroscope, publication no. 24-15H 10M 4-43, 5M 10-43, and 4M 10-44 (filed with earlier editions; see file 295)
5 298 Aeronautical Equipment, (see also file 320), 1944
5 299a Sperry Klystron Technical Manual, restricted publication no. 15-101, (same as file no. 287), February, 1942
5 299b Klystron Technical Manual, (Brooklyn: Sperry Gyroscope Co., Inc, 1944
5 302 Directional Gyros, publication no. 15-36, circa 1945
5 303 Attitude Gyro, publication no. 15-37, circa 1945
5 304 Gyrosyn Compass, publication no. 15-38, circa 1945
5 308 Harrison, A. E., “Klystron Oscillators,” Electronics, reprint, November 1944
5 309 Skinner, Eugene E., (Capt.), “Tube of the Future,” Radio-Craft, reprint, October 1944
5 310 A Story of High Altitude, undated
5 311 Insure Safety for Your Ships, publication no. 19-6, 2M 3-35
5 312 A-3 Gyropilot, publication no. 15-39, 1945
5 313 Smith, Frederick H., “What Instruments for the Light Plane?” presented at the National Light Aircraft Meeting, April 27-28, 1944
5 314 Sperry and the Merchant Marine of the Future, undated
5 315 Harrison, A. E., “Klystron Oscillators,” Electronics, reprint, November 1944
5 316 Harrison, A. E., “Graphical Methods for Analysis of Velocity-Modulation Bunching,” Proceedings of the I.R.E., vol 33, no. 1, reprint, January, 1945
5 317 Moulic, William E., “Klystron Characteristics,” Electronic Industries, reprint (filed with related literature; see file 315), June, 1944
5 318 Detecting and Evaluating Detonation: includes Streett, John W., “The Detection of Detonation and Other Operating Abnormalities in Aircraft Engines by Means of Special Instrumentation,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Automotive Engineers, January 8-12, 1945
5 318 Smith, Frederick H., “Leaning the Fuel Flow without Regrets,” Air Transport, pp. 34-37, reprint, July 1944
5 318 Costa, Philip J., “Detonation in Flight: Its Effect on Fuel Consumption and Engine Life,” paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Automotive Engineers, January 8-12, 1945
5 319 Gyro-Magnetic Compass, publication no. 17-15, 1945
5 320 Aeronautical Equipment and Instruments, publication no. 15-49, file 407, publication no. 15-49, file 438, publication no. 15-49A, publication no. 15-49B, file 481, publication no. 15-49C, file 495, publication no. 15-49D, file 513, publication no. 15-49E, file 523, publication no. 15-49F, file 538, publication no. 15-49G, file 544, publication no. 15-49H, file 579, publication no. 15-49J, 1944; 1946; 1947; undated October 1949; October 1950; December 1951; July 1952; January 1953; September 1953; January 1955
5 321 Electro-Mechanical Steering System, publication no. 19-10, 1945
5 322 Automatic Radio Direction Finders, publication no. 15-43, 1945
5 323 A Selection of Klystron Articles: includes reprints of Moulic, William E., “Klystron Characteristics,” Electronic Industries, , June, 1944
5 323 Harrison, A. E., “Klystron Oscillators,” Electronics, , November, 1944
5 323 Skinner, Eugene E., (Capt.), “Tube of the Future,” Radio-Craft, , October, 1944
5 323 Harrison, A. E., “Graphical Methods for Analysis of Velocity-Modulation Bunching,” Proceedings of the I.R.E., vol 33, no. 1, January, 1945
5 323 Dodd, Coleman, “Dynamic Measurement of Klystron Characteristics,” Electronic Industries, , February, 1945
5 323 Caldwell, J.J., Jr., “Principles of Klystron Tubes,” Radio-Electronic Engineering Edition of Radio News, , April, 1945
5 324 M.I.T.-Sperry Detonation Indicator, publication no. 23-82, 1945
5 325 Instrument Landing, undated
5 326 Mark SX-12 Klystron Signal Source, 1945
5 327 Gyro Signal Transmitters and Stabilizing Gyros, publication no. 15-44, 1945
5 328 Gyro-Compass, publication no. 17-20, 1945
5 329 The Sperry Gyro-Compass and Gyro-Pilot as Standard Ship Equipment, 1920
5 330 Jenks, Frederic A., “Microwave Techniques,” Electronics, reprint, October, 1945
5 331 Model A-12 Precision Gyropilot, publication no. 15-42, publication no. 15-42B, revised, file 583A, Model A-12 Gyropilot Flight Control, publication no. 15-42, 1945; June 1949; c. 1957
5 332 Radar and Loran Prove Big Success in Tests at Sea, undated
5 333 The New Sperry Gyro-Magnetic Compass, undated
5 334 Gyro-Pilots, publication no. 19-15, 1945
5 335 Klystrons and Accessories and Microline Instruments, 1946
5 336 Sperry Loran, first and revised editions, undated) (2-25-46
5 337 Rudder Angle Indicator, publication no. 18-5, 1946
5 338 The Microline Mk S21 Detector-Wavemeter and Mk S22 Detector-Wavemeter Kit, form no. 2-S22, 1/1/44
5 339 Attitude Gyro, publication no. 15-37, revised, February, 1946
5 340-399 [Removed]
5 400 The Eye that Sees in Darkness...Fog - The Sperry Radar, publication no. 23-215, 15M 5/46
5 401 Sperry Incandescent Searchlights, publication no. 20-10, 7M 5.46
5 402 The Gyroscope through the Ages, 1946, 1949, 1953-1957, 1960, 1964
5 403 Klystrons and Accessories, 1946
5 404 Microwave Measurements, publication no. 23-87, 1946
5 405 Clark, Robert J. and Adams, Richard M., “How Flight Detonation Testing Keys Engine-Fuel Performance,” Aviation, reprint, April, 1946
5 407 Aeronautical Equipment, publication no. 15-49, (filed with earlier edition see file 320), 1946
5 408 Ginzton, Edward Leonard and Harrison, Arthur E., “Reflex-Klystron Oscillators,” Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers and Waves and Electrons, vol. 34, no. 3, reprint, March, 1946
5 410 Microline Instruments, first edition and revised edition, January, 1946) (May, 1946
5 411 Hassell, F. and Jenks, F., “Electroforming Microwave Components,” Electronics, reprint, March, 1946
5 412 Sperry Loran, publication no. 23-201 15M revised 5-46
5 413 Frank, Karl F., “Design of Supersensitive Balancing Equipment,” Machine Design, reprint, February, 1946
5 414 Lyman, Joseph, “Sperry Air Navigation Philosophy,” Sperryscope, reprint, August, 1946
5 415 Out of Two Laboratories comes a New Railroad Communications System, undated
5 416 Moreno, Theodore, “Engineering Approach to Wave Guides,” Electronics, reprint, May, 1946
5 417 Sperry Klystrons, 6 page, trifold catalog sheet, undated
5 418 Microline Instruments, Eng. Pub. #501-508 and 511-513, September 6, 1946
Box Folder
6 419 Sperry's New Line of Small Instruments, single sheet, supplement to publication no. 15-49, undated
6 420 Engine Analyzer - Models D-2 and D-4 for multi-engine aircraft, publication no. 15-45, 25C, file 434, no. 15-45A and supplement, 25C, file 472, Engine Analyzer, no. 15-45C, 3M, file 489, no. 15-45E, 1M, 1946-1950
6 421 A Cruise on the M/Y Wanderer, file 453, no. TA5564, file 522, circa 1947, undated
6 422 For Automatic Steering Just Dial Your Course, undated
6 423 Microline Instruments, publication no. 23-5657668 pages revised 1-47
6 424 Radio Line of Sight, 4 × 2½" reference card, publication no. 23-86, undated
6 425 Microline Test Equipment Klystrons and Accessories, 6 page, trifold catalog sheet, file 659, Microline Equipment 1957 Condensed Catalog, publication no. 60-70-4, 5M, file 681 1957 Condensed Catalog, publication no. 60-70-4, file 719, Sperry Microline Catalog, publication no. 60-70-4A, file 752, 1959 Condensed Catalog, publication no. SJ-60-004, 10M, 1957-1959, undated
6 426 Important Facts to be Considered in the Procurement of Marine Radar, publication no. 23-216, undated
6 427 Titlow, Frank H., “Radar on the Rivers!” The Work Boat, reprint, February, 1947
6 429 Sperry Radar Beacon Receivers, single sheet, undated
6 430 Lyman, Joseph, “The Application of Microwaves to Instrument Landing of Airplane,” Annual Report of the Technical Development Committee for Air Institute of Navigation, reprint, 1946
6 431 “Sperry Steering on the `Rowen Card',” Motorship, reprint, April, 1947
6 432 Sperry Buyers' Guide Insert for Electronics, undated
6 433 Report on Sperry River Radar Trials, 1947
6 434 Engine Analyzer - Models D-2 and D-4 for multi-engine aircraft, publication no. 15-45A, 25C, 7-47 and supplement (filed with earlier editions; see file 420)
6 435 Sperry Loran, publication no. 23-202, 5M, file 448, Sperry Direct-Reading Loran, Mark 1 - Mod. 1, publication no. 23-202A, 2M, file 462, publication no. 23-202B, 3M, September 1947; May 1948; June 1951
6 436 Sperry Magnetic Compass Pilot, undated
6 437 Knockometer K-1, publication no. 15-46, 1M 10-47
6 Knockometer K-3, publication no. 15-47, 1M 10-47
6 438 Aeronautical Equipment, publication no. 15-49A, (filed with earlier editions; see file 320), 1947
6 444 Microline Instruments, 1948
6 445 Aircraft Gyroscopic Flight Instruments, second edition, Sperry Gyroscope Co., Ltd., (London), publication no. 421, January 1948
6 446 Important Facts to be Considered in the Procurement of Marine Radar, publication no. 23-216A, undated
6 447 Terms and Conditions Applicable to the Sale of Klystron Tubes, January 1948
6 448 Sperry Direct-Reading Loran, Mark 1 - Mod. 1, publication no. 23-202A, 2M, (filed with earlier editions; see file 435), May 1948
6 449 Marine Instruments and Equipment, publication no. 17-25B, 5M 5-48; file 482, publication no. 17-25C, 5M, file 498, publication no. 17-25D, file 539, publication no. 17-25E, 10M, file 554, publication no. 17-25F, 6M, file 599, publication no. 17-25H, 9M, October 1949; November 1950; January 1953; January 1954; February 1956
6 450 “Sperry Opens New Radar School in Seattle,” The Log, p. 60, reprint, undated
6 452 Wheeler, James W., “Diagnosing Engine Troubles in Flight,” paper no. 48-SA-8, American Society of Mechanical Engineers for presentation at semi-annual meeting, May 30-June 4, 1948
6 453 A Cruise on the M/Y “Wanderer”, TA5564, (filed with earlier editions; see file 421), undated
6 454 Sperry Direct-Reading Loran, Mark 2, Mod. 1, publication no. 23-203, 1M 7-48
6 455 The Sperry Gyro-Compass and Gyro-Pilot, Sperry Gyroscope Co., Ltd., (London), publication no. 467, undated
6 456 The Sperry Single Unit Gyro Pilot, Sperry Gyroscope Co., Ltd., (London), publication no. 325, undated
6 457 Bostwick, H. C. and Roe, Robert B., “Stability Chief Approach Problem,” Aviation Week, reprint, August 16, 1948
6 459 “Precision Trawling: How Loran Beats Bering Sea's Blank Bottom, Tides and Weather,” Pacific Fisherman, reprint, June 1948
6 460 The Sperry Magnetic Compass Pilot (For Work - For Pleasure), publication no. 17-30A, 20M 1-49
6 461 Macatee, Charles A., “The Zero Reader - Miracle Navigator,” Flying, reprint; file 463, Langewiesche, Wolfgang, “The Zero Reader,” Air Facts, pp. 47-65, reprint, January, 1949, January 1, 1949
6 462 Sperry Direct-Reading Loran, publication no. 23-202B, 3M, (filed with earlier editions; see file 435), June 1951
6 463 Langewiesche, Wolfgang, “The Zero Reader,” Air Facts, pp. 47-65, reprint (filed with related literature; see file 461), January 1, 1949
6 464 Sperry Gyropilot A.L.1 for Feeder Line Aircraft, Sperry Gyroscope Co., Ltd., (London), publication no. 481A, and publication no. 559A, September, 1948 August 1953
6 465 Electronic Drafting Stencil (directions only), undated
6 466 Kellogg, S. and Fragola, C. F., “The Sperry Zero Reader,” Aeronautical Engineering Review, vol. 8, no. 11, reprint, November, 1949
6 467 Sperry Sales-Service Facilities, revised file 517, reprinted 4-52; file 575, revised file 591, file 552, revised 10-53; file 540, revised 1-53; file 529, revised 9-52, March 1949; November 1954; March, 1955
6 468 Microline and Klystron Selector, slide chart, circa 1949
6 469 Zand, Stephen J. and Perot, Gilbert, “Étude du confort à bord des avions de transport et application pratique à un appareil,” L'Aéronautique, no. 205, reprint in French, June 1936
6 470 Insert for Electronic Buyers' Guide, 1948
6 471 Insert for Electronic Buyers' Guide, 1949
6 472 Engine Analyzer, publication no. 15-45C, 3M 5-49 (filed with earlier editions; see file 420)
6 473 The Sperry Memorial Competition, 1945
6 474 Four Freedoms of Flight (direct mail piece), undated
6 476 Microline Instruments, Signal Sources, pages for catalogue Section 51A, pp. 1-8, June, 1949
6 477 Vacation time, file 526, Vacation time, 1949; 1952
6 478 Stratton, W. E., “Report on Radar Operation,” Pacific Marine Review, reprint, August, 1949
6 479 The Gyroscope through the Ages, publication no. 24-30, 3rd 15M 9-49
6 481 Aeronautical Instruments and Equipment, publication no. 15-49C, (filed with earlier editions; see file 320), October 1949
6 482 Marine Instruments and Equipment, publication no. 17-25C, 5M, (filed with earlier editions; see file 449), October 1949
6 483 Brown, Ralph W., “ANDB Coordinates the Common All-Weather System,” Sperryscope, vol. II, no. 9, reprint
6 484 Sperry Topics, Sperry Gyroscope Co., Ltd., (London), vol. 1, nos. 5 and 6, vol. 2, nos. 4 and 6, vol. 3, nos. 1-3, Sept. and Christmas, 1949); (Oct., 1950 and June, 1951); (Oct., 1951, Feb. and July, 1952
6 485 The Sperry Magnetic Compass Pilot (For Work - For Pleasure), publication no. 17-30B, 20M 1-50
6 486 “Engine Analyzer Proved in Service,” Aviation Week, reprint, December 19, 1949
6 487 “Remote Control is Ideal for Seiners,” Fishing Gazette, reprint, December 15, 1949
6 488 Loran, publication no. 23-300, 3M 1-50; file 549, Loran, publication no. 23-300A, 2M 9-53
6 489 Engine Analyzer, publication no. 15-45E, 1M 7-50 (filed with earlier editions; see file 420)
6 490 McClintock, W. W., “El Analizador de Motores se Paga por si Mismo?,” paper presented at the Society of Automotive Engineers, (Spanish edition), reprint, February 8, 1950
6 492 The Story of Sperry Research, 1945
6 493 The Sperry Mk. I Gyro-Compass Question Book, publication no. 536, 2-17
6 494 Griswold, W. R., “New Techniques in Gulf Stream Navigation,” United States Naval Institute Proceedings, vol. 76, no. 8, whole no. 570, pp. 896-901, reprint, August, 1950
6 495 Aeronautical Instruments and Equipment, publication no. 15-49D, (filed with earlier editions; see file 320), October 1950
6 496 Wies, George A., “Business Flyers Take to Instruments,” Sperryscope, reprint, undated
6 497 Marine Radar, publication no. 23-220D, file 595, Marine Radar Mark 2, publication no. 23-220D, November 1950; September 1955
6 498 Marine Instruments and Equipment, publication no. 17-25D, (filed with earlier editions; see file 449), November 1950
6 500 Bassett, Preston R., Long Island Cradle of Aviation, (Amityville, NY: Long Island Forum, 1950
6 501 [Removed]
6 502 Sperry Employees' Manual, March 1944
6 503 We're Glad to Meet You (war-time employment brochure)
6 504 Bassett, Preston R., “Sperry's Forty Years in the Progress of Science,” Sperryscope, vol 12, nos. 1 and 2, reprint, 1950
6 506 Sperry Gyro Torpedo Director, sales description no. 23-7000, September, 1923
6 507 Instrumentos y Equipos Aeronauticos [Aeronautical Instruments and Equipment], (Spanish edition), publication no. 15-49E, 11-50
6 509 “Air Force Tests New Navigation System,” Aviation Week, reprint, March 12, 1951
6 510 Christian, George L., “Engine Analyzers Gain Wider Acceptance,” Aviation Week, reprint, April 2, 1951
6 511 Meyers, Donald N. and Vanderlip, Edward G., “Helicopter Stability via Automatic Control,” Aero Digest, vol. 62, no. 6, reprint, June, 1951
6 512 Government Sales Organization (chart), undated
6 513 Aeronautical Instruments and Equipment, publication no. 15-49E, (filed with earlier editions; see file 320), December 1951
6 514 Isbister, Eric J. and Griswold, William R., “Shore Based Radar for Harbor Surveillance,” Marine News, reprint, February, 1952
6 516 Bigelow, P. W., “Something has Been Added,” Fishing Gazette, pp. 38-41, reprint, August, 1951
6 517 Sperry Sales-Service Facilities, reprinted 4-52 (filed with earlier editions; see file 467)
6 518 Navigational Aids for Fishermen and Yachtsmen, publication no. 24-40, 15M, file 645, no. 24-40, 3rd, 10M, file 701, no. 24-40, 4th printing, 8M, January 1952; December 1956; March 1958
6 519 Kesselring, C. B., “Blind Copter Flying Techniques Disclosed,” Aviation Week, reprint, 1951
6 520 Bassett, Preston R., “Sperry's 40 Years - An Era in Engineering,”, March, 1950
6 522 A Cruise on the M/Y “Wanderer,” (filed with earlier editions; see file 421), undated
6 523 Aeronautical Instruments and Equipment, publication no. 15-49F, (filed with earlier editions; see file 320), July 1952
6 524 Tangerman, E. J., “How Sperry Harnesses the Electron,” American Machinist, reprint, April 14, 1952
6 525 Sperry Marine Representatives and Service Stations, Sperry Gyroscope Co., Ltd., (London), publication no. 491A, August, 1951
6 526 Vacation time, (filed with earlier editions; see file 477), 1952
6 527 Gyro-Pilot Automatic Steering System, publication no. 19-15B, August, 1952
6 528 Removed
6 529 Sperry Sales-Service Facilities, revised 9-52 (filed with earlier editions; see file 467)
6 531 Tactical Use of the Zero Reader Flight Director, publication no. 15-40, September, 1952
6 532 Notes on Magnetic Amplifiers, September, 1952
6 533 Two Ways to Find Engine Trouble: The Sperry Engine Analyzer, publication no. 15-95, 12-52 5M
6 534 Zero Reader Flight Director, model Z-2 and Z-2A, publication no. 15-48B, 3M 12-52
6 535 Klass, Philip, “Sperry Cutoff Monitors A-12 Autopilot,” Aviation Week, reprint, December 22, 1952
6 536 Electro-mechanical Steering System, publication no. 19-10C, revised 11-52
6 537 Pilot-House Incandescent Searchlights, catalog section 37, pp. 1-2, January, 1953
6 538 Aeronautical Instruments and Equipment, publication no. 15-49G, 12M (filed with earlier editions; see file 320), January 1953
6 539 Marine Instruments and Equipment, publication no. 17-25E, 10M, (filed with earlier editions; see file 449), January 1953
6 540 Sperry Sales-Service Facilities, revised 1-53 (filed with earlier editions; see file 467)
6 541 15 Years Experience in Research, Development, Manufacture and Application of Klystrons and Microwave Test Equipment, publication no. 23-88, 10M, 1953
6 542 Insert for Electronic Buyers' Guide, Klystron tubes and Microline instruments, undated
6 543 The Gyroscope through the Ages, publication no. 24-30, 5th 15M 4-53 (filed with earlier editions of pamphlet; see file 402)
6 544 Aeronautical Instruments and Equipment, publication no. 15-49H, 5M (filed with earlier editions; see file 320), September 1953
6 545 Gyro-Compass, publication no. 17-20D, 2M 8-53
6 546 Sperry Firsts in 50 Years of Powered Flight, 1953
6 548 Model H-5 Gyro-Horizon, Flight Instruments - Gyro-Horizon, catalog page, section 20A, pp. 13-14, revised 9/53
6 549 Loran, publication no. 23-300A, 2M 9-53 (filed with earlier editions; see file 488)
6 550 The Question of Engine Analysis, publication no. 15-96, 1M 10-53
6 551 Castings: Non-ferrous, sand..., publication no. 10-105, 2M 10-53
6 552 Sperry Sales-Service Facilities, revised 10-53 (filed with earlier editions; see file 467)
6 553 Signpost to a Spendthrift Valve, publication no. 15-97, 2C 11-53
6 554 Marine Instruments and Equipment, publication no. 17-25F, 6M, (filed with earlier editions; see file 449), January 1954
6 555 Hess, John J., Jr., “Monitor for Automatic Pilots,” Electronics, reprint, December 1953
6 556 Bassett, Preston R., “Instruments and Control of Flight,” Aeronautical Engineering Review, vol. 12, no. 12 reprint, December, 1953
6 557 Lyman, Joseph, “A New Space Rate Sensing Instrument,” and Barnaby, Roland E., Chatterton, John B. and Gerring, Fred H., “General Theory and Operational Characteristics of the Gyrotron Angular Rate Tachometer,” Aeronautical Engineering Review, vol. 12, no. 11 reprint, November, 1953
6 558 The Sperry Gyrotron Vibratory Rate Gyro, undated
6 559 Sperry Klystron Tubes, publication no. 23-89, 10M 3-54
6 560 Lever Pilot, Gyro-Pilot catalog pages, Section 32, pp. 4-A, 4-B, 1-54
6 561 Model H-6 Gyro-Horizon, Flight Instruments - Gyro-Horizon, catalog page, section 20A, pp. 15-16, 1/54
6 562 Introducing Sperry-Cast Precision Sand Casting as Applied to Microwave Components, publication no. 10-106, 2M 3-54
6 563 Insert for Electronic Buyers' Guide, Klystron tubes and Microline instruments, (filed with related literature; see file 470), undated
6 564 Hunsaker, J. C., “Biographical Memoir of Elmer Ambrose Sperry, 1860-1930,” National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America Biographical Memoirs, vol. XXVIII, 8th memoir, file 812 contains the same document at 564, 1954
6 565 Gyrosyn Compasses, models C-2, C-2A and C-4A, publication no. 15-38C, 2M, revised 5-54
6 566 “Klystrons in Production,” Sperryscope, reprint, undated
6 567 Radar Reflection Plotter and Parallel Cursor, Marine Radar catalog, Section 38, pp. 14A-14B, 7/54
6 568 APN-59 Navigational Radar, publication no. 23-16, 1M, file 585, no. 23-16A, 1M, file 682, no 60-80-2, September 1954; January 1955; June 1957
6 569 The Story Behind the Story and Sperry, advertising brochure, undated
6 570 An Introduction to Sperry Training: Engine Analyzer, publication no. 10-50, 2M 9-54
6 571 The New Sperry Integrated Instrument System, 5C 9-54
6 572 The Gyroscope through the Ages, publication no. 24-30A, 6th, 25M 9-54 (filed with earlier editions of pamphlet; see file 402)
6 575 Sperry Sales-Service Facilities, revised (filed with earlier editions; see file 467), November 195
6 578 Mannheimer, David, “Sperry's Newest Airborne Radar,” Sperryscope, , undated
6 577 What Goes on Inside your Engine? [Engine Analyzer], publication no. 15-41, 1M 12-54
6 579 Aeronautical Instruments and Equipment, publication no. 15-49J, (filed with earlier editions; see file 320), January 1955
6 580 This is Sperry Gyroscope, 1953
6 581 Executive Organization, chart, 4/53
6 582 Federal Contracts Administration and Service Organization, chart, February 1953
Box Folder
7 583 Purchasing Department, chart, May, 1953
7 583a Model A-12 Gyropilot Flight Control, publication no. 15-42, (filed with earlier editions; see file 331), circa 1957
7 584 Nesbitt, F. Glen, “The Sperry Integrated Instrument System,” Sperryscope, reprint, undated
7 585 APN-59 Navigational Radar, publication no. 23-16A, 1M 1/55 (filed with earlier editions; see file 568)
7 586 The Gyroscope through the Ages, publication no. 24-30, 7th, 15M 1-55 (filed with earlier editions of pamphlet; see file 402)
7 587 Beard, M. Gould and Halpert, Percy, “Automatic Flight Control in Air Transportation,” paper presented at the 23rd Annual Meeting of the Institute of the Aeronautical Science, January 24-27, 1955
7 588 Sperry Integrated Instrument System, direct mail piece, publication no. 15-78, 2M 2/55
7 589 Sperry Develops Megawatt Klystrons, publication no. 23-99, 10M 3-55
7 591 Sperry Sales-Service Facilities, (filed with earlier editions; see file 467), March, 1955
7 592 Blackford, William M., “Electronics Plots the Way!” Fishing Gazette, (NFI Convention Issue), reprint, April, 1955
7 593 Esval, O. E. and Kellogg, S., II, “Flight and Navigation Instruments,” Sperry Engineering Review, reprint, September-October, 1954
7 594 Marine Radar Mark 3, publication no. 23-218, 1955
7 595 Marine Radar Mark 2, publication no. 23-220D, 9/55 (filed with earlier editions; see file 497)
7 596 The Sperry Integrated Instrument System, publication no. 15-79, 2M 11-55
7 597 “Oceanic First in U.S. with Gyrofins,” Marine Engineering, reprint, October, 1955
7 598 Welcome Aboard the Wanderer, file 835, Sperry Welcomes You Aboard its Experimental Test Ship Wanderer, publication no. JA-60-62-0003, undated; February 1960
7 599 Marine Instruments and Equipment, publication no. 17-25H, 9M, (filed with earlier editions; see file 449), February 1956
7 600 Sperry Engine Analyzer Demonstration, Clark HBA 8 Engine, undated
7 601 A New Method of Engine Supervision (Engine Analyzer), publication no. 15-41A, 1M 3/56
7 602 Gyro-Pilot Automatic Steering System, publication no. 19-15B, 2/56
7 603 Sperry Electronic Tubes and Microline Instruments, 1956 Condensed Catalog; file 655, Electronic Tubes, [1957] Condensed Catalog, no. 60-30-1, 5M, file 702, 1958 Condensed Catalog, no. 60-30-1A, 12M, file 751, [1959] Condensed Catalog, no. NA60-1000, 10M, February 1957; March 1958; March 1959
7 604 “for Heads of State and Heads of Business...,” (Engine analyzers, automatic pilots, and flight instrumentation), undated
7 605 Sperry in Aviation, undated
7 606 Helicopter Flight Director Integrated Flight System, publication no. 60-15-91, May, 1956
7 607-611 [Removed]
7 612 HZ-1 Horizon Flight Director, Integrated Flight System, publication no. 15-622, March, 1956
7 613 Sperry Gyroscope Company Announces an Aeronautical Equipment Division, publication no. 60-15-1, undated
7 614 “Electronic Analyzer Takes Engine's Pulse,” Diesel Power, reprint, March, 1956
7 615 [Removed]
7 617 Steering Systems, publication no. 60-19-20, April, 1956
7 618-623 [Removed]
7 624 The Gyroscope through the Ages, publication no. 24-30B, 7th, 20M 6-56 (filed with earlier editions of pamphlet; see file 402)
7 625 This is Sperry Rand, June, 1956
7 627 [Removed]
7 628 Vertical Gyro, Part Number 615039, publication no. 151-19A, June, 1956
7 629 Pilot-House Incandescent Searchlights, publication no. 60-20-10, August, 1956
7 630 Sperry SP-30 Flight Control System, publication no. 60-15-50A, file 691, SP-30 Flight Control System, no. 60-15-52, August, 1956; November 1957
7 631 The Sperry Model C-10 Gyrosyn Compass System, publication no. 60-15-30, 3M 5-56
7 632 Microwave Ferrite Devices, publication no. 60-70-2, 3M 8-56
7 633 [Removed]
7 634 Magnetic Compass Calibrator Set, AF Type MC-1, publication no. 60-15-31, 3M 8-56
7 635 Klystron Tube Data Sheets, Reflex Oscillator Klystrons: SRV-38, no. 23-40-D-6B; SRU-55, no. 23-40-D-7C; 2K25, no. 23-40-D-8B; SRU-55A, no. 23-40-D-15A; SRU-54, no. 23-40-D-16A; SRX-92, no. 23-40-D-17, May 1956
7 635 Cascade Amplifier Klystrons: SAS-61, no. 23-40-E-7A; SAS-60, no. 23-40-E-12A; SAS-60A, no. 23-40-E-13; SAL-812, no. 23-40-E-15, May 1956
7 635 Travelling-wave Amplifiers: STL-132, no. 23-41-A-7; STP-130, no. 23-41-A-8; STS-110, no. 23-41-A-10; STS-75, no. 23-41-A-11, July 1956
7 636 Microwave Electronics Division, brochure, undated
7 637 Doing Your Engineering Best...with Sperry, undated
7 638 Wheeler, James W., “Electronic Analyzer,” Ordnance pp. 331-333, reprint, September-October, 1954
7 639 “Analyzer Takes Engine's Pulse - Reveals Cause of Low Power,” Sales-Service News, reprint, October 1956
7 640 Automatic Check-out Equipment for Weapon Support System, publication no. 60-70-3, 3M 10-56
7 641 Tables of Constants for Rectangular Waveguides (In Decimal Frequencies), IRE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, Microwave Electronics Division, undated
7 642 “Combination Radar Test Sets,” Digest of U.S. Naval Aviation Electronics, pp. 29-40, reprint, May, 1956
7 643 Sperry Aeronautical Equipment, publication no. 60-15-2, 10-56
7 644 Gyropilot Automatic Steering System, publication no. 60-19-10, 1M 11-56
7 645 Navigational Aids for Fishermen and Yachtsmen, publication no. 24-40, 3rd, 10M 12-56 (filed with earlier editions; see file 518)
7 646 Loran, publication no. 60-23-20, 1M 12-56
7 647 Ship Stabilization, publication no. 31-6, 10-56
7 648 Announcing the New Propellant Devices Laboratory, publication no. 60-80-1, 5C, file 826, Announcing the New Propellant Devices Laboratory, no. 60-80-1, December 1956; December 1956
7 649 Klass, Philip J., “Auto-Tester Finds Fault, Details Repair,” Aviation Week, reprint, December 3, 1956
7 650 Klass, Philip J., “Sperry Innovates Design in Autopilot for Jet Transport, Aviation Week, reprint, November 26, 1956
7 651 Rudder Angle Indicator, publication no. 60-18-10, 5C 1-57
7 652 C-11 Gyrosyn Compass System, publication no. 60-15-32, 3M 9-56; file 678, C-11 Gyrosyn Compass System, no. 60-15-33, June 1957
7 653 The Sperry Industrial Engine Analyzer, publication no. 60-15-80, February 1957
7 654 Support Equipment for SP-30 Flight Control System, publication no. 60-15-51, March 1957
7 655 Electronic Tubes, Condensed Catalog, publication no. 60-30-1, 5M, (filed with earlier editions; see file 603), February 1957
7 656 New Horizons for Engineers in Microwave-Electronics, publication no. 23-7, undated
7 657 [Removed]
7 658 Flipse, J. E. and Donaldson, R. M., “The Design, Manufacture and Installation of the Activated Fin Stabilizer for the S.S. Mariposa and the S.S. Monterey,” paper presented to the Gearhart meeting of the Pacific Northwest Section of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, September 8, 1956
7 659 Microline Equipment, 1957 Condensed Catalog, publication no. 60-70-4, 5M 2-57 (filed with earlier editions; see file 425)
7 660 Sperry Engineering Review, vol. 10, no. 1, January-February 1957
7 661 Travelling Wave Tubes, Technical Bulletin 1, publication no. 60-30-2, 2M, file 677, no. 60-30-2, revised, March 1957; August 1957
7 662 Microwave Subsystems, Antennas & Components, publication no. 60-70-5, 2M 3-57
7 663 A New Method of Engine Supervision (Engine Analyzer), publication no. 15-41B, 1M 4/57
7 664 Helicopter Automatic Flight Control System, May 1957
7 665 Type H-10 Direct-Reading Spherical Attitude Indicator, publication no. 60-15-3, March 1957
7 666 Engine Analyzer, publication no. 60-15-70, May 1956
7 667 Chadwick, Joseph H., “The Anti-Roll Stabilization of Ships,” Sperry Engineering Review, reprint, circa April 1957
7 668 Sperry All-Weather Integrated Instrument and Navigation Helicopter System, publication no. 60-15-92, May 1957
7 669 The Gyroscope through the Ages, publication no. 24-30B, 8th, 20M 5-57 (filed with earlier editions of pamphlet; see file 402)
7 670 Planners' Conference, brochure for defense industry conference, May 28, 1957
7 671 Young Men in Aeronautics, A Twenty-year Progress Report of the Lawrence B. Sperry Award, (New York: Institute of Aeronautical Sciences, Inc, 1957
7 672 Echo Amplifier, publication no. 60-15-4, June 1957
7 673 Executive Flight Instruments by Sperry, publication no. 60-15-6, file 680, Executive Flight Instruments, no. 60-15-5, June 1957; August 1957
7 674 Sperry Direct-Reading Loran, publication no. 60-23-21, July 1957
7 675 Sperry Announces Two New Radar Advancements, Off-Center Radar and True Tracking Radar, publication no. 60-23-10, 1958
7 676 Keim, David Y., “Rapid Automatic Checkout Equipment for Maintenance of Weapon Systems,” publication no. 60-70-7, July 1957
7 677 Travelling Wave Tubes, Technical Bulletin 1, publication no. 60-30-2, revised (filed with earlier editions; see file 661), August 1957
7 678 C-11 Gyrosyn Compass System, publication no. 60-15-33, (filed with earlier editions; see file 652), June 1957
7 679 Turbine Engine Vibration Indicator, publication no. 60-15-81, July 1957
7 680 Executive Flight Instruments, publication no. 60-15-5, (filed with related literature; see file 673), August 1957
7 681 Microline Equipment, 1957 Condensed Catalog, publication no. 60-70-4, (filed with earlier editions; see file 425), September 1957
7 682 APN-59 Navigational Radar, publication no. 60-80-2, (filed with earlier editions; see file 568), June 1957
7 683 Combination Test Set [Microline 570-(UPM-32)], publication no. 60-70-570, October 1957
7 684 Surface Armament Division, publication no. 60-90-1, October 1957
7 685 Sperry Propulsion Control Systems for Tomorrow's Engines, publication no. 60-15-82, October 1957
7 686 C-2 Gyrosyn Compass Systems, publication no. 60-15-34, September 1957
7 687 Sperry Farragut Company, Who We Are - What We Do and What We Mean to You, , undated
7 688 New Peak Power Meter gives Direct Indication, publication no. 60-70-D630, January 1958
7 689 Dare, James A., (Commander, USN), Roll Stabilization and Steering, United States Naval Institute Proceedings, vol. 83, no. 12, reprint, December 1957
7 690 White, Walter T. and Mandell, Bertram H., “Sparrow 1...epoch in Missilry, Signal, reprint, November 1957
7 691 SP-30 Flight Control System, publication no. 60-15-52, (filed with related publication; see file 630), November 1957
7 693 Sperry Gyrofin Ship Stabilizer, publication no. 60-21-10, January 1958
7 694 Johnston, William D., “Inertial Components Production,” Sperry Engineering Review, , undated
7 695 New, Fully Maneuverable, Twin-Gyro Attitude Reference and Compass System, pub. no. 60-15-8, 4C, file 711, same as 695 and 922, file 922, same as 695 and 711, January 1958; January 1958; January 1958
7 696 “Sperry Engine Analyzer,” Diesel and Gas Turbine Progress, , December 1957
7 697 Microwave Peak Power Measurement Techniques
7 698 Coordinated Instruments for 28” COAX Measurements
7 699 The Elmer A. Sperry Award for 1957
7 700 Air Force Conference Program, March 1958
7 701 Navigational Aids for Fishermen and Yachtsmen, publication no. 24-40 (filed with earlier editions; see file 518)
7 702 Electronic Tubes, 1958 Condensed Catalog, publication no. 60-30-1A, 12M, (filed with earlier editions; see file 603), March 1958
7 703 Semiconductor Products Data Sheet, Silicon Diodes
7 704 Semiconductor Products Data Sheet, Silicon High Conduction Diodes, 1958
7 705 Semiconductor Products Data Sheet, Silicon Computer Diodes, March 24, 1958
7 706 Semiconductor Products Data Sheet, Silicon Switching Diodes, March 24, 1958
7 707 Semiconductor Products Data Sheet, Silicon Switching Transistor Diodes, March 1958
7 708 Semiconductor Products Data Sheet, High Frequency, March 24, 1958
7 709 Semiconductor Products Data Sheet, General Purpose Transistor
7 710 “Sperry Rotograce”, AED, , February 1958
7 711 New, Fully Maneuverable, Twin-Gyro Attitude Reference and Compass System, (filed with earlier editions; see file 695), January 1958
7 712 Sergeant Fact Sheet, advertisement and descriptive copy
7 713 Air Armament Brochure, (K. Brigham 2 organization charts), March 1958
7 714 reprints of Semi-Conductor articles, Sales Service News
7 715 Radar Performance Analyzer, publication no. 60-70-11, file 902, Radar Performance Analyzers, Sperry Microwave Electronics Company, April 1958; undated
7 716 Semiconductor Facilities, publication no. SSD-71-58
7 717 Pneumatic Rate Gyro, publication no. 15-3174,Pneumatic Servo Actuator, publication no. 15-3174, Pneumatic Altitude Control, publication no. 15-3176
7 718 Sperry Offers a Complete Service Center for the Aviation Industry, April 1958
7 719 Sperry Microline Catalog, publication no. 60-70-4A, (filed with earlier editions; see file 425), June 1958
7 720 Integrated Instrument System, publication no. 60-15-10B, December 1957
7 721 What do you Need to Know about Inertial Guidance? publication no. 60-24-50, August 1958
7 722 Semiconductor Division, revised catalog pages, publication nos. SSD-79-58 to SSD-85-58
7 723 “Drone Guidance and Control,” AED, , July 1958
7 724 Sperry Automatic Machine Tool Control, Sperry Gyroscope of Canada, Ltd
7 721 What do you Need to Know about Inertial Guidance? publication no. 60- ^E^C^I^A^A^H52A-60-62-0002, (filed with related literature; see file 783), January 1960
Box Folder
8 730 Sperry Flight Research, Human Engineering, publication no. 60-15-102, June 1958
8 732 Introducing Sperry Utah Engineering Laboratory, publication no. 70-9010, undated
8 733 Helpful Information about Our Purchasing Department, publication, 60-24-60, October 1958
8 739 Sperry Utah Engineering Laboratory Offers... publication no. 70-9014, n..d
8 740 “Bearing Rotation and Reversal Averages Spurious Torques, “Design News, reprint, March 3, 1958
8 751 Electronic Tubes, Condensed Catalog, publication no. NA60-1000, 10M 3-59
8 752 Microline Equipment, 1959 Condensed Catalog publication no. SJ-60-004, 10M 3-59
8 753 Wing, W.G., “State of the Art: Inertial Guidance,” Aviation Age, reprint*, January 1959
8 754 Support Equipment for the SP-30 Flight Control Equipment, publication no. LA-60-15-54, January 1959
8 755 The Story Behind the Story, a collection of advertisements which tell some of the interesting facts behind weapons of national defense, developed or in development for the United States Navy, undated
8 756 Microline Universal Klystron Power Supply Model 62A1, form no. SJ-60-003, March 1959
8 757 Sperry Sunnyvale Development Center, circa 1958
8 758 The Sperry Gyro Compass: Elementary Theory and Complete Description of System including Operation, Care and Maintenance, Sperry Gyroscope Co., Ltd., (London), confidential publication no. 102, January 1917*
8 759 Fusca, James A., “Radar Echo Enhancer Simulate4s Bombers”, Aviation Week, reprint*, March 16, 1959
8 760 [Removed]
8 761 Helpful Information about Our Purchasing Departments, publication no. 60-24-60A, May 1959
8 762 Sperry Silicon Diodes and Transistors, publication no. QA-60-28-0001, April 1959
8 763 Microline Instruments, 1946
8 764 Mark 3 High-Resolution Radar, marine products, publication no. JA-60-13-0001, June 1959
8 Mark 4 Indicator Console, marine products, publication no. JA-60-13-0002, June 1959
8 765 Principles of the Gyro-Compass, Sperry Piedmont Col., publication no. JA-60-17-301, n..d
8 766 Ship's Steering Characteristics Data Sheet, Sperry Piedmont Co, undated
8 767 Mark 18 mod 4A Gyrocompass, Sperry Piedmont Co, undated
8 768-769 [Removed]
8 770 No. 00 Power Unit, Sperry Piedmont Co, undated
8 771-772 [Removed]
8 773 Model N-1 Dopper Radar Navigation Indicator, publication no. LA-60-0006, June 1959
8 774 An Introduction to Inertial Navigation, reprints from Sperry Engineering Review: Levinson, Emanuel, “The ABC's of Inertial Navigation,” Barnary, Roland E., “Precision Gyroscopics - New Demands on an Old Art,” Smith, Harry J., “The Horizontal Integrating Accelerometer,”, March 1959; March 1959; March 1959
8 775 SP-3 Automatic Pilot System, publication no. LJ-60-0001, July 1959
8 776 Strengthening U.S. Air Defenses: The United States Air Force's AN/FPS-35 Air Search Radar, undated
8 777 Circular Polarization Kit (for uses with the Mark 5 and the Mark 6 Radar Reflectors), Sperry Piedmont Co., publication no. JA-60-13-0003, July 1959
8 778 Fusca, James A., “First Details of B-58 Bomb-Nav System”, Aviation Week, reprint, August 3, 1959
8 780 New Sperry Microwav Plant Assures Off-the-Shelf Availability and Prices on these items, undated
8 782 [Removed]
8 783 Sperry Piedmont Company...Briefly., publication no. JA-60-10-0005, August 1959
8 784 ASW-Search-Rescue Navigation Equipment, publication no. LA-60-0004, April 1959
8 785 Introducing Sperry Automatic Flight Control for Your Airplane, publication no. LJ-60-0007, October 1959
8 786 Sperry Fixed-Price List, Exchange Service, Aeronautical Equipent, publication no. TA-60-0002, October 1959
8 787 SPEX Exchange Service, publication no. TA-60-0001, October 1959
8 788 Electronic Ray Tracer, Marine Products, Sperry Piedmont Co., publication no. JA-60-26-0001, October 1959
8 789 Ranger Steering Gear, data sheet, Sperry Piedmont Co., publication no. JA-60-19-210, August 1959
8 790 Data Sheets Sperry Piedmont Co., “Now You Can Have Sperry Navigating Aids/for reliability series: New Automatic Pilot, Radar 5, Loran, Sperry Radio Direction Finder, Radar 10, undated
8 791 New Silicon Transistors and Diodes from Sperry Semiconductor, publication no. QA-60-28-100, undated
8 792 “Sperry: The Corporation” Fortune, photocopy, undated
8 793 Visiting Sperry, map and directions, December 1959
8 794 [Removed]
8 795 Introducing Sperry Automatic Flight Control for your Airplane, Sperry Phoenix Co., publication no. LJ-60-0010, April 1960
8 796 [Removed]
8 799 Radar 5, data sheet, Sperry Piedmont Co., publication JA-60-13-7001, December 1959
8 800 Radar 10, data sheet, Sperry Piedmont Co., publication no. JA-60-13-7002, December 1959
8 801 Loran 3, data shee4t, Sperry Piedmont Co., publication no. JA-60-13-7003, December 1959
8 802 Loran 3, Principles and Operation of, 4-page pamphlet, Sperry Piedmont Co., publication no. JA-60-13-7012, December 1959
8 803 Radio Direction Finder, data sheet, Sperry Piedmont co., publication no. JA-60-13-7004, December 1959
8 804 Automatic Pilot 6 (Hydraulic), data sheet, Sperry Piedmont Co., publication no. JA-19-7001, December 1959
8 805 Wheeler Electronic Corporation, Form no. SA-43, 3M, January 1960
8 806 Sperry Marine Equipment, Sperry Piedmont Co., publication JA-60-62-0002, January 1960
8 807 Sperry Marine Equipment, Sperry Piedmont Co., 5-page fold-out leaflet, (filed with related literature; see file 783), undated
8 808 The Gyroscope through the Ages, publication no. AJ-60-10-0001, 50th Anniversary edition, (filed with earlier editions of pamphlet; see file 402), January 1960
8 809 Sperry Complete Overhaul Facilities, Field Engineering Division, publication no. TA-60-0004, January 1960
8 810 Electronic Tube...Servant of Systems, publication no. NJ-27-6101, March 1960
8 811 A Photo Montage of Sperry, fold-out mailer for 50th Anniversary mailing, Public Relations Department, undated
8 812 Hunsaker, J. C., Biographical Memoir of Elmer Ambrose Sperry (National Academy of Sciences: Washington, (filed with file 564), 1860-1930, 1954
8 813 SP-40 Flight Control System, Sperry Phoenix Co., publication no. LJ-60-0013, file 871, Sperry SP-40 Automatic Pilot, Aeronautical Equipment Division, publication no. LA-60-0005, March 1960; May 1959
8 814 Sperry Microline, 1960 Test Instruments, catalog, form 101
8 815 Sperry Microwave Electronics Company: Sperry Solid State Devices, file 887, Microline Instruments: Solid State Devices and Materials, Microwave Components and Antennas, file 893, Sperry Microline Instruments, Solid State Devices and Materials, Microwave Components and Antennas, undated; March 1961; undated
8 816 The Sperry Sampler, Electronic Tube Division, publication no. NJ-27-6001, file 829, Sperry Microwave Tube Sampler, a partical list of Microwave tubes manufactured by Sperry Electronic Tube Division, publication no. NJ-6001A, March 1960; August 1960
8 817 Sperry Golden Anniversary Book, Long Island Association, 1960
8 818 The Story Behind the Story of Capability, 6-page reprint of advertising series, undated
8 819 “50th Anniversary of the Sperry Gyroscope Company, 1910-1960,” The Sperry News, vol. 17, no. 5, April 19, 1960
8 820 Sperry Vibration Analyzer, Aeronautical Equipment Division, publication no. LA-60-0016, May 1960
8 822 Sperry Gyroscope Company: Experience and Capabilities, publication no. CA-60-3005, circa 1960
8 823 Ginzton, E. L. and Harrison, A. E., “Reflex-Klystron Oscillators,” Proceedings of the Institute of Radio Engineers and Waves & Electrons, vol. 34, no. 3, reprint, March 1946
8 824 Horizontal Situation Indicators, publication no. LA-60-0009, May 1960
8 825 R-4A Pictorial Deviation Indicator, size 4, Aeronautical Equipment Division, publication no. LA-60-0008, June 1960
8 826 Announcing the New Propellant Devices Laboratory, publication no. 60-80-1, (filed with earlier editions; see file 648), December 1956
8 827 SRU-266 A Reflex Oscillator Klystron for Operation at a Constant Reflextor Voltage, data sheet, undated
8 828 SRX-265 Retarding Field Klystron Oscillator, data sheet, undated
8 829 Sperry Microwave Tube Sampler, a partial list of Microwave tubes manufactured by Sperry Electronic Tube Division, publication no. NJ-6001A, (filed with earlier editions; see file 816), August 1960
8 830 Microline Measurement and Test Equipment and Ferrite Isolators, undated
8 831 Triton Marine Products - Sperry Quality at Small Boat Prices [mailers]: (Radar 5), publication no. JA-60-13-7006, December 1959
8 832 (Loran 3), publication no. Ja-60-13-7007, December 1959
8 833 (Radio Direction Finder), publication no. JA-60-13-7008, December 1959
8 834 Announcing Two New Services...(Environmental Test Center, pub. no. JA-60-62-0006, 6/60 and Harnesses, Cables and Wire Lists, pub.no. JA-60-62-0004, mailer, undated
8 835 Sperry Welcomes You Aboard its Experimental Test Ship Wanderer, publication no. JA-60-62-0003, (filed with related material; see file 598), February 1960
8 836 Sperry Piedmont Co., Rudder Angle Indicator, publication no. JA-6029-211, June 1960
8 837 Sperry Piedmont Co., Mark 2 Mod. 2A - Loran, publication no. JA KA-60-13-0005, June 1960
8 838 Sperry Piedmont Company: Radar 10 Overhead Mounting Bracket/Radar 10 Trunion for Table or Shelf Locations, no. JA-60-13-7015, undated
8 839 Sperry Radio Direction Finder Showing Convenient Carrying Handle, no. JA-60-13-7016, undated
8 840 Sperry Radio Direction Finder Instructions for Carrying Handle Installation, no. JA-60-13-7017, undated
8 841 Loran Receiver/Indicator, Trunion and Coupler, no. JA-60-13-7018, undated
8 842 SEE - Sperry Echo Enhancer, publication no. LA-60-0023, July 1960
8 843 SPAN-10 Sperry Airborne Navigation Computer, publication no. LA-60-0026, August 1960
8 Air Armaments Division: SYG-500, Floated Integrating Gyro, no. CA-60-0001, November 1959
8 845 SYP-600, All-Attitude Stable Platform, no. CA-60-0002, November 1959
8 846 SYA-2000, Single-Axis Force Feedback Accelerometer, no. CA-60-0003, December 1959
8 847 SYD-1000, Magnetic Memory Drum, no. CA-60-0004, January 1960
8 848 SYA-100, Horizontal Integrating Accelerometer, no. CA-60-0006, April 1960
8 849 SYG-1000, Floated Integrating Miniature Gyroscope, no. CA-60-0007, April 1960
8 850 Sperry Gyroscope Company, Air Armament Division: Tactical Ground Support Equipment for the Hustler Bomber, publication no. CA-60-0008, April 1960
8 851 Advanced Studies Section (Analytical Mechanics), Inertial Guidance Products Engineering, publication no. CA-60-0009, May 1960
8 852 Sperry Microwave Electronics Co., kit containing pamphlets and data sheets, undated
8 853 New Silicon Mesa Transistor, 2N696, 2N697, 2N699, 2N706, publication nos. QA-28-3108 to QA-28-3111, February 1960
8 854 Sperry Gryoscope Company, Aero Equipment Division, data sheets:
8 Sperry Gryoscope Company, Aero Equipment Division, data sheets: H-7 Gyro Horizon Indicator, no. LA-60-0027, September 1960
8 855 RH-1 Heading-Bearing Indicator, no. LA-60-0028, September 1960
8 856 DG-401 Directional Gyro, no. LA-60-0029, September 1960
8 857 G-4 Directional Gyro Indicator, no. LA-60-0030, September 1960
8 858 P-112 Alternator, no. LA-60-0031, September 1960
8 859 P-212 Static Invertor, no. LA-60-0032, September 1960
8 860 A History of the Sperry Rand Corporation, December 1967
8 861 Sperry Celebrates Fifty Years of Leadership in Industry, gold and black
8 862 The U.S. Army “Sergeant”, color photo and description of Sergeant missile system, Sperry Utah Electronics Laboratory, November 1960
8 863 The U.S. Army “Sergeant”, color photos showing five stage sequence of actual missile shot, Sperry Utah Electronics Laboratory, November 1960
8 864 RAPAC: Radar Plotting and Control Equipment, Sperry Utah Electronics Laboratory, publication no. EL-700-0170, November 1960
8 865 Radio Direction Finder, data sheet, Sperry Piedmont Co., publication no. JA-60-13-7004A, (filed with earlier editions; see file 803), December 1960
8 866 Mark 22 Mod. 1 Gyrocompass, data sheet, Sperry Piedmont Co., publication no. JA-60-17-0001A, December 1960
8 867 Loran 3, data sheet, Sperry Piedmont Co., publication no. JA-60-13-7003A, (filed with earlier editions; see file 801), December 1960
8 868 Automatic Pilot 6 (Hydraulic), data sheet, Sperry Piedmont Co., publication no. JA-60-19-7001A, (filed with earlier editions; see file 804), December 1960
8 869 Radar 5, data sheet, Sperry Piedmont Co., publication no. JA-60-13-7001A, (filed with earlier editions; see file 799), December 1960
8 870 Our Main Objective - Customer Satisfaction, Field Engineering Division, publication no. TA-60-0003, undated
8 871 Sperry SP-40 Automatic Pilot, Aeronautical Equipment Division, publication no. LA-60-0005, (filed with later edition; see file 813), May 1959
8 872 SP-20 Flight Control System, publication no. 60-15-53, December 1957
8 873 Klass, Philip J., “Sperry Bearings Cut Gyro Drift,” Aviation Week, reprint, February 17, 1958
8 874 Lane, A. W., Klemes, M. S. and Zeigler, E. I. “Achieving Extremely Accurate Nonfloated Gyros,” Aero/Space Engineering, vol. 18, no. 1, reprint, January 1959
8 875 [Removed]
8 876 MCG...Microwave Command Guidance, Aero Equipment division, publication no. 60-15-101, October 1959
8 877-879 [Removed]
8 880 Palmer, Winslow, “Helicopter Navigation by Loran-C,” Air Armament Division, undated
8 881 [Removed]
8 882 Radar 10 data sheet, Sperry Piedmont Co., publication no. JA-60-13-7002B, (filed with earlier editions; see file 800), December 1960
8 883 SP-50 Automatic Flight Control System, Sperry Phoenix Co., publication no. LJ-15-0170, November 1960
8 884 [Removed]
8 885 Chopper Transistors, technical application bulletin no. 2107, Sperry Semiconductor division, publication no. QB-6-28-2107 12603, undated
8 886 “V/STOL Control System Design Unveiled,” Aviation Week and Space Technology, reprint, April 3, 1961
8 887 Microline Instruments: Solid State Devices and Materials, Microwave Components and Antennas, Sperry Microwave Electronics Company, (filed with earlier editions and related literature; see file 815), March 1961
8 888 Research and Development Briefing Program, U.S. Army, New York City, September 14-15, 1961
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9 889 [Removed]
9 890 Rapid Automatic Checkout Equipment, prepared by Laterman, King and Morrow, Sperry Report no. CA-4296-0035, August 1961
9 891 “An X-Band Helix-Type TWT for Satellite Applications,” Appendix A, undated
9 892 Sperry Semiconductor Products, publication no. QA-60-28-102 10605, circa 1960
9 893 Sperry Microline Instruments, Solid State Devices and Materials, Microwave Components and Antennas, (filed with earlier editions and related literature; see file 815), undated
9 894 “Package Deal! from Sperry Microline, offer expires September 30, 1961”
9 895 Sperry Microline Microwave Swept Oscillator, S4()1 series, undated
9 896 Sperry Microline 61A1 Microwave Receiver, undated
9 897 Articles from Sperry Microline Monitor, vol. 1: “Direct Measurement of Peak Power,”, no.1., Microwave Power Measurement and Temperature Compensation,” Sperry Microline Monitor, no. 2, January 1961 “ April 1961
9 898 Model B86B1 Electromagnetic Radiation Detector, publication no. SJ-26-0062B, undated
9 899 Electromagnetic Radiation Detector, Model B86L1, publication no. SJ-26-0069, undated
9 900 UHF Strip Transmission Line Isolators, Sperry Microwave Electronics Company, undated
9 901 Radar Test Equipment and Instrumentation, Sperry Microwave Electronics Company, undated
9 902 Radar Performance Analyzers, Sperry Microwave Electronics Company, (filed with earlier edition; see file 715), undated
9 903 Dillon, Thomas F., “Cost Reduction is the Supplier's Job Too,” Purchasing, reprint, October 9, 1961
9 904 AN/APN-145 Loran C, Airborne Receiver, publication no. CA-60-0016, November 1961
9 905 SMD-2000 Series, Magnetic Memory Drum with Air Bearings and Floating Heads, publication no. CA-60-0012, file 907, SGY 2000 Series, Fluid Sphere Gyroscope, publication no. CA60-0013, October 1961; November 1961
9 906 Sperry Phoenix Company, publication no. LJ-62-0004, November 1961
9 907 Fluid Sphere Gyroscope, SGY 2000 Series, publication no. CA60-0013, (filed with related literature; see file 905), November 1961
9 908 Ca'pa·bil'i·ty, Sperry Utah Company, publication no. EJ 720 0391, November 1961
9 909 [Removed]
9 910 Looking Ahead...Technical Experience Capabilities and Facilities, Sperry Piedmont Company, publication no. JA-60-62-0007A, November 1961
9 912 The Space Platform, Today's Magic Carpet, publication no. AJ-60-21-0001, December 1961
9 913 Semi-Net Report, the Shape of Things to Come through Semi-Conductor Integrated Networks, publication no. QA-60-28-0105 116110, February 1962
9 914 Sperry Silicon Alloy Junction Diodes, Bulletin no. SS-200, publication no. QA-60-28-0103 86120, February 1962
9 914a Sperry Silicon Alloy PNP Transistors, Bulletin no. SS-300, publication no. QA-60-28-0104 106115, undated
9 915 Sperry Marine Division Open House, May 6, 1961
9 916 50th Anniversary Naval Aviation, 1961 desk calendar, 1911-1961
9 917 Size 11 D.C. Tachogenerator, type 11TG5DC, part no. 19038-0, Sperry Gyroscope Co., Ltd. (London), publication no. 753/283/2004/1, December 1961
9 918 Sperry Vehicle Gyro Compass, Sperry Gyroscope Company of Canada, Ltd, February 1962
9 919 Your Engineering Horizon with Sperry, undated
9 920 Klass, Philip J., “Inertial Guidance,” Aviation Week Special Report, 1956
9 921 Cope, Andrew P., “The Small Gyro-Compass,” Sperry Engineering Review, photocopy, January-February 1956
9 922 New, Fully Maneuverable, Twin-Gyro Attitude Reference and Compass System, publication no. 60-15-8, (filed with earlier editions; see file 695), January 1958
9 923 The Sergeant Guided-Missile System, JPL, Cal Tech, Sperry Utah, US Army, 1961
9 924 C-9...C-10...C-11 Gyrosyn Compass Systems, Sperry Phoenix Co., publication no. LJ-60-0009, October 1960
9 925 Witkin, Richard, “Our Guided Missiles,” adapted from a series of articles in The New York Times by Good Reading Rack Service, Inc, 1957
9 926 Sergeant, Sperry Utah Co., publication no. EJ-61-0410, February 1962
9 928 Two-cavity Klystron Oscillators for K band radar and communications, Sperry Electronic Tube Division, circa 1962
9 927 Rand, George, “Designing Transducers for Sonar Systems,” Electronics, reprint Rand, George, “Determining Sonar System Capability,” Electronics, reprint, February 26, 1960, February 19, 1960
9 929 High-power Pulsed Traveling Wave Tubes, Sperry Electronic Tube Division, undated
9 930 Sperry SP-3 Automatic Flight Control, publication no. LJ-60-0022, (filed with related literature; see file 775), August 1962
9 931 C-Band Beacon Test Set, Sperry Microwave Electronics Company, publication no. SJ-60-2009, undated
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10 932 Let's Look at the Record [Sperry Course Recorder], publication no. 23-20, August 1937
10 933 Salinity Indicator System, publication no. 23-1, June 1931
10 934 Sperry Firsts in 50 years of Powered Flight - removed
10 935 [Removed]
II. Public Information and Advertising Department Records, 1939-1970
Scope and Content
The Public Information and Advertising Department series includes advertising literature, newsclippings, trade catalogs, correspondence of department managers, technical reports, blueprints, engineering correspondence and press releases. The files also include biographical material on Elmer Sperry and an oral interview with Hannibal Ford of the Ford Instrument Co. Other files document Sperry's efforts to work with the military during World War II to produce a series of films for defense. Of particular interest are papers describing the company's efforts to help produce the motion pictures "The House on 92nd Street" and "The Road to Murmansk."
10 Advertising Budgets, 1939-1953
10 Correspondence with advertising agency Charles, Dalles, Reach & Company, 1949
10 General Correspondence, 1964-1965
10 Advertising Schedules, 1943-1953
10 Correspondence of John A. Fitz, Director of Advertising and Public Information, 1952
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11 Correspondence of Carlyle Jones, Director of Advertising and Public Information, 1953
11 Correspondence of Herbert Doherty, Advertising Manager, 1965
11 Correspondence of Richard McCormack, Community Relations Administrator, 1963
11 Correspondence of Roy Wendell, Manager Public Information, 1966
11 Cooperative Advertising, 1969
11 Media Files - World War II -
11 Media Files - World War II - Caravel Films “Films for Defense”, 1944
11 Media Files - World War II - “Double or Nothing Radio Show”, 1944
11 Media Files - World War II - Radio Miscellaney, 1944
11 Media Files - World War II - “Flight Ray” advertisements, 1938
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12 Commissioning of the USS Sperry - Subject File, 1960s
12 Commissioning of the USS Sperry - American Rocket Society Show - Space Flight Report to the Nation
12 Commissioning of the USS Sperry - Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association, 1961
12 Commissioning of the USS Sperry - Apollo 11
12 Commissioning of the USS Sperry - Association of the United States Arms - Annual Meeting, 1964-1965
12 Commissioning of the USS Sperry - Coal Mining Machinery
12 Commissioning of the USS Sperry - Electric Automobile
12 Commissioning of the USS Sperry - Ford Instrument Company
12 Commissioning of the USS Sperry - Goddard Space Flight Center
12 Commissioning of the USS Sperry - Gyro Reference Unit
12 Commissioning of the USS Sperry - International Association of Light Houses
12 Commissioning of the USS Sperry - IEEE Fellow Meeting, 1964
12 Commissioning of the USS Sperry - Navy League Convention, 1964
12 Commissioning of the USS Sperry - Newspaper Clippings
12 Commissioning of the USS Sperry - Phoenix
12 Commissioning of the USS Sperry - Radar DLG 16
12 Commissioning of the USS Sperry - Space Vehicle - NASA Apollo Program Fact Sheets, 1964
12 Commissioning of the USS Sperry - Space Support Division
12 Commissioning of the USS Sperry - Spartan
12 Commissioning of the USS Sperry - Sperry Rand Research Center
12 Commissioning of the USS Sperry - Wright Machinery Company
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13 Advertising Tear Sheets, 1943-1960
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14 Advertising Work Folders, 1960-1964
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15 Advertising Approvals, 1946-1959
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16 Advertising Department Chronological Files, 1946-1950
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17 Press Releases [CIO contract, Klystron, Sperry's participation in the making of the movie “The House on 92nd Street” with thank you from J. Edgar Hoover, and contract war correspondence, Paul Manning for radio broadcasts from the Pacific area], 1933-1944
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18 1 Releases on the High Altitude Dedication Ceromonies held, November 11, 1943
18 2 High Altitude Dedication Ceromonies held, November 11, 1943
18 3 Releases by Joe Fountain, head Publicity Department, 1943
18 4 R.E. Gilmor, “How Can the Negro Hold his Job?”. 1945 speech before the Chicago branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
18 5-25 General releases announcing new products, contracts and installations, 1940-48
18 26-35 Brochures on various plants including Sperry Peidmont, Sperry Phoenix, Sperry Utah, Sperry Gyroscope plant in Great Neck, Long Island, also included are brochures on Human Engineering and Field Engineering Departments
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18a Hannibal Ford Oral History transcript
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19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Aeronautical Equipment
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Aeronautic Instruments
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Air armaments
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Aircraft Compass
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Air Defense
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Air Speed Indicator
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Aircraft Instruments
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Airborne Navigation Computer
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Altitude Indicator
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Armament Division
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Automatic Flight Control
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Bank Indicator
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Clutch
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Digital Computer
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Directional Gyro
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Drone Guidance
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Diode Reliability
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Electronic Tubes
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Engine Analyzer
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Engine Speed Indicator
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Flight Control
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - General Product Descriptions
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Gyrocompass
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Gyroscope
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Gyropilot
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Gyropilot Steering Systems
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Grysyn Compass
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Gyrtron
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Helicopter Systems
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Horizonte Gyroscope (vertical gyroscope)
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Horizon Directional Gyro
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Horizon Flight Director
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Indicator System
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Industrial Engine Analyzer
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Integrated Instrument System
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Klystron
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Loran
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Knockmeter
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Machine Tool Control
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Magnetic Memory Drum
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Marine Equipment
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Microline
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Microwave
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Navigation Equipment
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Personal Plane Operator
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Propulsion Control Systems
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Radar
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Radio Direction Finder
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Rotance
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Rudder Indicator System
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Salinaty Indicator Systems
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Sergeant (missle)
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Surface Armament
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Silicon Planar Transistor
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Telesyn Synchros
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Transistors
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Verticle Gyro
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Vibration Analyzer
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Well Digging (Sperry Sun joint venture)
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Wheeler Electronic Corp
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Yachting
19 Product Announcements and Descriptions - Wheeler Radar Flight Detector
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20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Altitude Gyro
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Anti Aircraft Detector and Data System
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Anti Aircraft Gun Control
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Anti Aircraft Devices (Italian proposal)
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Anti Aircraft Search Light
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Automatic Steering for Naval Vessles
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Automatic Steering for Submarines
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Blind Instrument Flying
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Bomb Sights
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Chopper Transistors
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Compass Magneticos
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Detecting and Evaluating Detonation
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - D.C. Brush System - Comparator Control Systems
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Directional Gyro for Military Tanks
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Director Universo System for Transmission of Data
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Coordinated Air Traffic Control
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Engine Analyzer Demonstrations
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Flight Ray
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Gyrocompass Mark XIV
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Gun Sights Mark XIV
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Gyro Transmitters
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Gyro Fins
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Helm Angle Indicator
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Helicopter Navigation by Loran C
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Helix Type for Satellite Applications
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - High Intensity Search Light
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Instrumento Universale per la Direzione
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Klystron
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Marine Radar
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Mark XII (Russian proposal)
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Microwave Applications to Instrument Landing
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Optical Tracker
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Odiograph - Sperry Villiers
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Optical Triangulator
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Power Control AA Guns
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Pallograph (London)
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Pilot's and Mechanic's Operating Manual (London)
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Pilot's Operating Instructions (Air Force)
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Portable Sound Loc
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - Projecteurs de Defense
20 Trade Catalogs and Sales Literature - The Sperry Register, a list of Merchant Marines and auxiliary vessles equipped with Sperry Gyroscope, 1937-19 -
20 Promotional Pamphlets - Gyropilot
20 Promotional Pamphlets - The Gyroscope
20 Promotional Pamphlets - Instrument Flying
20 Promotional Pamphlets - Let's Look at the Record
20 Promotional Pamphlets - Magnetic Compass Pilot
20 Promotional Pamphlets - Marine Radar
20 Promotional Pamphlets - Nassau at War
20 Promotional Pamphlets - Principles of the Gyrocompass
20 Promotional Pamphlets - Purchasing Department
20 Promotional Pamphlets - On Instruments
20 Promotional Pamphlets - A Photo Montage of Sperry
20 Promotional Pamphlets - Scientific Flight
20 Promotional Pamphlets - Semi Conductors
20 Promotional Pamphlets - The Space Platform
20 Promotional Pamphlets - Sperry's Forty Years (Preston Bassett)
20 Promotional Pamphlets - Sperry Products, 1939
20 Promotional Pamphlets - Sperry Giroscopio
20 Promotional Pamphlets - Sperry Memorial Competition
20 Promotional Pamphlets - Sperry Welcomes You Aboard
20 Promotional Pamphlets - This is Sperry
20 Promotional Pamphlets - The Story Behind the Story of Capability
20 Promotional Pamphlets - Welcome Aboard the Wanderer
20 Promotional Pamphlets - Advertising Ephemera
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21 Promotional Pamphlets - 50th Anniversary of Sperry Gyroscope
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22 Technical Documents - Aircraft Fire Control
22 Technical Documents - S.S. Delsud Report on Installation on the Gyroscompass and Pilot
22 Technical Documents - Engineering Reports on Mark I Gun Sights
22 Technical Documents - Gyro for Submarines
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23 Technical Documents - Gyrocompass, 1917
23 Technical Documents - Radar
23 Technical Documents - Radio Direction Finder
23 Technical Documents - Rapid Automatic Check out Equipment
23 Technical Documents - Recording Oscillograph Sperry-MIT
23 Technical Documents - Recording Theodite
23 Technical Documents - River Radar Trials
23 Technical Documents - Royal Dutch Airline Proposal, 1933
23 Technical Documents - Salinity Indicator
23 Technical Documents - Semi Conductors
23 Technical Documents - Silicon Alloy Junction Diodes
23 Technical Documents - Sound Locator Anti-Aircraft Search Light
23 Technical Documents - Stabilizers
23 Technical Documents - Tachogenerators
23 Technical Documents - Therionic Sterring Systems
23 Technical Documents - Travelling Wave Tubes
23 Technical Documents - Universal Fire Control Director
23 Technical Documents - Vibration Measuring Equipment
23 Technical Documents - Visible Smoke Unit
23 Reprints - Aeronautics
23 Reprints - Automatic Pilot
23 Reprints - Balancing Equipment
23 Reprints - Diesel
23 Reprints - Directional Gyro
23 Reprints - Electronic Analyzer
23 Reprints - Electronics Plot the Way
23 Reprints - Fire Control
23 Reprints - The First Oyster Dredger to be Equipped with a Magnetic Compass
23 Reprints - Flight Ray
23 Reprints - Gyroscope Rotors
23 Reprints - Klystron
23 Reprints - Marine Equipment
23 Reprints - Memoire: Extract Memorial de L'artillerie Francaise, 1931
23 Reprints - Metal Mirrors, Night Glasses and Oscillators
23 Reprints - Navigating Under the Polar Icecap
23 Reprints - Planes - Aerospace
23 Reprints - Purchasing
23 Reprints - Radar
23 Reprints - Sonar
23 Reprints - Sperry, E.A. (biographical sketch)
23 Reprints - Sperry, E.A., “The Spirit of Invention”
23 Reprints - The Story Behind the Story (advertisement)
23 Reprints - Velocity Modulation
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24 Manuals - A 5 Automatic Pilot
24 Manuals - Gyropilot A 3 - MK 3, ms (power control) M 5 and (Directors) M 7 (Directors)
24 Manuals - Gun Sight (MK 14)
24 Manuals - Installation Instructions
24 Manuals - Overall Instructions for Nose Tail
24 Manuals - Gun Turrets
24 Manuals - Six inch Search Light Equipment
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25 Scrapbooks, 1926-1930
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26 Scrapbooks on Gyrocompass, Gyropilot, Stabilizer, Search Lights, Airway Beacons, and Aviation, 1931-1934
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27 Clippings, 1942-1943
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28 Clippings, 1944-1945
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29 Clippings, 1946-1948
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30 Clippings, December 1948-December 1951
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31 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Strike, April 1965
31 Scrapbook Instrument Flying, 1935-1936
III. Advertising Department - Vertical File
Box Folder
32 1 Advanced Range Instrumentation for Ships (brochure, 1963
32 2 Aerial Torpedo
32 3 Airborne Digital Loran, 1960
32 4 Airborne Radar (World War II)
32 5 Aircraft Instruments (encyclopedia articles)
32 6 Aircraft Computing Sights, 1944
32 7 Aircraft Equipment Sound Locators, 1935
32 8 Air Force History - Air Force Public Information Letter, 1953
32 9 Airplane Stabilizer, 1914
32 10 Air Way Beacons (article by Preston Bassett in Sperry Scope, , 1924
32 11-13 Air Traffic Control (Sperry Research Reports, 1946-1951
32 14 Automatic Roll and Pitch Recorder (Engineering report and drawings, 1928
32 15 Automatic Steering for Small Craft - Advertisements
32 16 Automatic Speech, Dr. Louis Rader, UNIVAC division, 1963
32 17 Aviation History, 1910-1960
32 18 Aviation on Long Island by Preston Bassett
32 19 Azimuth Indication (survey of aircraft, 1939
32 20 Anatomy of a Systems Study, Sperry Rand Systems Group, 1961
32 21 B 58 Hustler
32 22 B 70 Super Bomber
32 22a Ball Threads
32 22b Barrow, W.L
32 23 Nayberry Ventures, Inc. (South Hampton real estate development), 1962
32 23a Reach Stabilizer
32 24 Bibliographies - miscellaneous
32 25 Bolling Field Exhibits, 1939-1940
32 26 Bombsight Designs (British, German and Italian), 1941
32 27 Bore Hole Gyro (Sperry Sun, 1930
32 28 Computing K. Sites
32 29 Computers General, 1961
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OS-32 32a Curtis Wright Biplane Drawings f1
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32 29a Department of State Fact Sheet, 1960
32 30 Deviometer (Boat Speedomiter log), 1935-1937
32 31 Diptera
32 32 Directional Horizon Indicator (De Flores Method), 1946
32 33 Doppler Navigation Developed
32 34 Draper, C.S., Lecture on Flight Control, 1955
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33 1 Electronics Optics Laser
33 2 Electronics Ships Whistle (radar identification)
33 3 Electronics Magazine (1945 article on Elmer Sperry)
33 4 Electric Data (coil wings) laboratory notebook, 1919
33 5 Employee Relations (World War II era brochure)
33 6 Engine Speed Indicator
33 7 Exhibits Army Service Forces. Aviation Caravan, 1943
33 8 Captured Japanese Aircraft Equipment
33 9 Sixth War Loan Drive, 1945
33 10 Army and Airforces Fair (Wright Field), 1945
33 11 U.S. Employment Service (offices), 1944-1945
33 12 “Wings of War”, 1945
33 13 War Dept. - Air Corps., Material Division, 1945
33 14 Farragut, David Glasgow - Portrait
33 15 Field Engineering Division (Great Neck), 1960-1963
33 16 Fifteen Year Club (1944 brochure)
33 17-20 Fiftieth Anniversary Brochure
33 21-22 Fire Control Systems research reports, related correspondence, 1916-1945
33 23 Flight Ray (a multiple instrument indicator), 1940
33 24 Flight Engine Analyzer (handbook), 1952
33 25 Flight Instruments Production and History
33 26 Flight Research Reprint from Aeronautical Engineering Review, , 1955
33 27-28 Ford Instrument Company
33 29 Fundamental Engineering Principles
Box Folder
34 1 Gyrocompass - “Advantages” by Ensigns Robert Byrd and H.E. Saunders, 1914
34 2 Gyrocompass - “Ball Compass Development”, 1937
34 3-4 Gyrocompass - General History File
34 5-6 Gyrocompass - Gyrodirectional Indicator
34 7 Gyrocompass - Mk2 Mod 9
34 8 Gyrocompass - National Geographic magazine article, 1939
34 10 Gyrocompass - Princess Ann, 1911
34 9 Gyrocompass - Patent Drawings, 1944-1945
34 11 Gyrocompass - Publication No. 60-17-10
34 12 Gyrocompass - Sales Correspondence, 1910-1911
34 13 Gyrocompass - Specification for British fleet, 1912
34 14 Gyrofins (ship stablizer)
34 15 Gyro Flotational Materials
34 16 Gyro Horizons
34 17 Gyro Pilot - A 7 Handbook
34 18 Gyro Pilot - A 12
34 19 Gyro Pilot (Airplane stabilizer) Sperry-Curtis, 1914
34 20 Gyro Pilot “Stability of Airplanes and Automatic Flight”, 1943
34 21-22 Gyro Pilot - General Historical Files
34 23 Gyropilot (marine)
34 24 Gyro Sextant (development), 1941
34 25-26 Gyroscope Principles, 1910-1946
34 27 Gyro School (history)
34 28 Gyros for Submarines, 1960
34 29 Gyrosyn Compass
34 30 Gyrotron (vibrating gyroscope)
34 31 Gyro Vertical (marine), 1915-1944
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35 1 Guided Missles, (includes information on Sparrow), 1916-1960
35 2 Guided Missles (Regulus)
35 3 Gun Sights
35 4 Gun Sights (Navy)
35 5 Headquarters (general brochures), 1961-1963
35 6 Hight Altitude Chamber, 1943
35 7 High Intensity Search Light (report of Engineering Assistance to the French Government, Includes photographic story of manufacture of the 60 inch anti-aircraft search light, 1934-1935
35 8 Historical Departments (military), 1960
35 9 Historical File (general)
35 10 Historical Information Inquiries, (Paul Bigelow), 1959-1961
35 11 Historical Sketches and Chrolologies, 1942-1943
35 12 Human, Arron - “Research in Visual Perception for Carrier Landing”
35 13 Industrial Preparedness Committee, 1947-1948
35 14 Industrial Strategy and Tactics (R.E. Gillmore), 1939
35 15 Information and Communications Division (brochures), 1964-1966
35 16 Inertial Measurement Unit
35 17 Inertial Navigation Systems
35 18 ILAAS - Integrated Light Attach Avionics System, 1966
35 19 INCAS - Integrated Navigation and Collision Avoidance System, 1971
35 20 Internal Guidance
35 21 Instrument Flying (includes photographs)
35 22 Instrument Landing
35 23 Lasers
35 24 Lasers (ring inertial sensor), 1966
35 25 Long Island: A Sound History
35 26 Long Island's Research Laboratories
35 27 Manufacturing Accomplishments, 1943
35 28 Marine Navigations (Loran C.)
35 29 Mark XVIII Compass
35 30 MIT - Apparatus for Measuring Vibration, 1937-1960
35 31 MIT - Sperry Detonation Indicator
35 32 Microline Instruments at Sperry, 1948
35 33 Microwave - Instrument Landing Systems (1946 report)
35 34 Microwave - Instruments & Development and Sperry technical reports, 1939-1945
35 35 Microwave - Klystron Research - Stanford University Progress Report, 1946
35 36 Microwave - Liquid Cooled Amplifier, 1961
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36 1 Microwave - Rapid Automatic Check-Out System for Weapons, 1957
36 2 Microwave - Stanford and MIT Projects, 1944-1945
36 3 Microwave - Transmission Design Data, 1944
36 4-6 Microwave Electronics Company (Clearwater, FL)
36 7-12 Museum donations
36 13 Mortor Locator MQ 10, 1950s
36 14 NASA, 1963-1967
36 15 Nassau Plant
36 16 Nautilus, 1958
36 17 Navigation - Aircraft, 1950
36 18 Navigation - Marine, 1953-1954
36 19 Navigation - General - Bibliography, 1955
36 20 Navigation - SGN - Inertial Navigation Systems, 1959-1966
36 21 New Holland Plant (brochures)
36 22 New Directions from Sperry Gyroscope (brochure, undated
36 23 New York World's Fair, 1939-1940 Exhibits
36 24 Nike Zeus Missle
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37 1 Patents - License agreement, Sperry & Chrysler Corporation (Gyrocompass), 1942-1943
37 2 Policy Directives, 1942
37 3-4 Polaris/Poseidon, 1962-1969
37 5 Product Administration & Contract Control, 1962
37 6 Products - Aeronautical Instruments - Microwave, 1944-1952
37 7 Product Development, 1910-1960
37 8 Product and Promotional Brochures (miscellaneous)
37 9 Products - Marine Compass Equipment
37 10 Product Histories (final manuscript), 1944
37 11 Public Relations File (general) - includes copy of talk by Earl R. Zack, Management Development Administrator, “Development of Engineers for Management”, February 19, 1957
37 12-13 Public Relations Brochures (general)
37 14-15 Radar - Harbor (installations in Long Beach, CA and Liverpool, England)
37 16 Radar Installations, 1947-1948
37 17 Radar - Marine
37 18 Radar - X and S bands
37 19 Radiation Division (brochure)
37 20 Radio Direction Finder, 1941
37 21 Radio Receiver (includes letter by Elmer Sperry, Jr.), 1931
37 22 Radio Beam Coupling System - Technical Report, 1941
37 23 Railroad Radio System, 1946
37 24 RCA Laboratories, Radar: Wartime Miracle, , 1942
37 25 Research and Development at Sperry - Records and Statistics, 1925-1944
37 26 Ramark, Beacon (press release, undated
37 27 “The Road to Murmansk”, 1944
37 28 Rocket Development (miscellaneous brochures)
37 29 Rossi, Dr. Albert (case re: fraudulent medical claims), 1960-1961
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38 1 Search Lights - Anti-Aircraft (includes technical reports and War Dept. contract information), 1933-1939
38 2 Semi Conductors (miscellaney)
38 3 Sergeant Missel at Paris Air Show, 1961
38 4 Service Training Schools, 1933-1938
38 5 Sales Service News, 1946-1955
38 6 Servomechanisms (Preston Bassett talk), 1952
38 7 Sky Sweeper (automatic radar controlled), 1953
38 8-9 Smithsonian Institute Exhibit - Sperry Gyroscope, 1960-1961
38 10 Soundproofing in Airline Cabins, 1930-1935
38 11 Space Flight (general file), 1957
38 12 Sparrow I Missle, 1960
38 13 Sperry, Elmer A., (early activities)
38 14 Sperry, Elmer A., - Biographical article by Preston Bassett (first draft)
38 15 Sperry, Lawrence - Project Zodiac, 1922-1923
38 16-18 Sperry - History (general)
38 19 Sperry - Guardian of the Skies, 1943-1944
38 20 Sperry - Industrial Giant of the Air Age, 1961
38 21 Sperry Gyroscope - Chronology, 1910-1959
38 22 Sperry Gyroscope - Policies by Division, 1935-1940
38 23 Sperry - Statistics, Sales, Employees, Profit, Research, 1919-1947
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39 1 Sperry Canada - Trade Catalogs
39 2 Sperry Farragut (Bristol, TN) - Includes record of activities of the engineering department, 1957
39 3 Sperry London - Trade Catalogs
39 3a Sperry London - Employee Magazine (2 issues), 1953
39 3b Sperry London - Miscellaney
39 4-7 Sperry Piedmont, Charlottesville, VA
39 8-11 Sperry - Pheonix, AZ
39 12 Sperry Rand Research Center (Sudbury, MA)
39 13 Sperry Utah
39 14 Sperry Today (paste-ups)
39 15 Sperry Today (miscellaneous)
39 16 Sunnydale (Long Island) Development Center (press release)
39 17 Surface Armament Division - Brochures, 1957-1965
Box Folder
40 1 Ten Years at Sperry
40 2 Trade Catalogs - Marine Equipment
40 3 Trade Catalogs - General
40 4 Trade Catalogs - Traffic Systems
40 5 Trademarks
40 6 “Transferring Forces Around the Corner”, by Albert W. Stringhamm, 1916
40 7 Travelling Wave Tubes - Survey, 1953
40 8 Turn and Bank Indicator, 1952
40 9 UNIVAC - Trade Catalogs
40 10 Wandered - Marine Equipment
40 11 World War II - Bomb Sights (press clippings)
40 12 World War II - Commendations
40 13 World War II - 1943 Navy Contracts
40 14 World War II - Prime Contractor Accounts
40 15 World War II - Prime Contractor Accounts - Gyrocompass
40 16 World War II - Prime Contractor Accounts - Gyropilot
40 17 World War II - Prime Contractor Accounts - Turrets
40 18 World War II - Public Affairs - “Sperry at War”, “What it is: WAR Record”
40 19-21 World War II - Renegotiation of Government Contract, 1942-1943
40 22 World War II - Subcontractors
Box Folder
41 1-2 Wright Brothers Anniversary
41 3 Wright Machinery Company
41 4 Wright Patterson Airforce Museum
41 5 Zero Readers Flight Detectors
IV. Lawrence Sperry Aircraft Company, 1918-1927
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42 Blue Ribbon Patents, 1914-1932
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42a 1-4 General Correspondence, 1917-1924
42a 5-10 Correspondence, 1920
42a 11 News clippings, 1920
42a 12 U.S. Navy Department Order, 1920-1921
42a 12 U.S. War Department Air, 1920-1921
42a 12 Service, 1920-1921
42a 12 Verville, Alfred V, 1920-1921
42a 12 Votey Organ Company, 1920-1921
42a 12 Wright Aeronautical Company, 1920-1921
42a 13 Clippings
42a 13 Contract 242
42a 13 Miscellaneous, England
42a 13 Miscellaneous, France
42a 14 Breitmayer, Georges, 1922
42a 14 France, Miscellaneous, 1922
42a 14 Patents, 1922
42a 14 Pioneer Instruments Company, 1922
42a 14 U.S. Government, Miscellaneous, 1922
42a 14 Verville, Alfred V, 1922
42a 15 U.S. War Department, Air Service Contract, 1922
42a 15 Wright Aeronautical Corporation, 1922
42a 16 General Correspondence and Clippings, 1923
42a 17 Breitmayer, Georges, 1923
42a 17 Patent Matters, 1923
42a 17 Pioneer Instruments Company, 1923
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43 17 Verville, Alfred V, 1923
43 1 Pioneer Aircraft, 1924-1926
43 1 Pioneer Instruments, 1924
43 2 Stinson, Edward, 1922-1924
43 2 Sperry Gyroscope Company, 1924
43 2-3 C.W. Nutt & Co, 1924-1925
43 2-3 Aircraft Factory at Farmingdale, 1924-1925
43 3 Sperry Gyroscope Co., 1924-1925
43 4 Financial Assignments, 1926
43 5 Agreement between Sperry, 1919
43 5 Gyroscope and Lawrence Sperry Aircraft, 1919
43 6 Liquidation Agreements, 1924-1926
43 7 Liquidation agreements, 1924-1927
43 8 Estate of Elmer Sperry, 1925
43 9-21 Financial records, audit reports, tax audits, 1920-1929
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44 4 Agreement with Sperry Gyroscope Company, 1919
44 4 Balance Sheet, 1920-1924
44 4 Closing out the Books, 1924
44 4 Winifred Sperry financial records, 1929
44 4 Scrapbook
V. Engineering Department, 1942-1962
Scope and Content
The Engineering Dept. reports document the work of the department, primarily in the applications of analog computers. Important projects include: automatic pilots, computerized flight systems, instrument controls for nuclear submarines, space satellite technology, and internal guidance systems for long-range and medium-range missiles, including the Nike-Zeus.
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45 Holschuh, Local Turret Program, unnumbered, October 24, 1942
45 Lichford, Microwave Automatic Direction Finder (MWADF), Progress Report No. 1, 5240-4002, June 27, 1944
45 O'Maley and Fahrni, Investigation of Processor Unit of Gyrosyn Compass, 5231-3009, August 1944
45 Andrews and McGregor, Measurement of IF Impedance of Crystals in a C-Band Mixer,?-4004, September 19, 1944
45 Atkins, Report on Diode Noise Generator, 5240-4005, October 11, 1944
45 de Westfelt, Comparison between 400-cycle and 60-cycle Equipment, 5233-3427, November 8, 1944
45 Cope, Flux Valve Controlled Marine Slave Gyro, 5233-3026, November 11, 1944
45 Braddon, Description on Marine Gyro Vertical Experimental Type “A”, 5232-3026, January 11, 1945
45 The Application of Pulse Length Modulation to Instrument Landing, 5240-3026, June 7, 1945
45 Jude, A-12 Installation in B-17F (41-24434), 5232-3026, December 27, 1945
45 Tschudi, Barkalow, and Wrigley, True Plots of Gyro Vertical Tracks, 5231-3009, March 28, 1946
45 Sperry, Compilation of Aircraft Instrument Indication Characteristics, 5231-3035, April 23, 1946
45 Tschudi and Barkalow, Gimbal Lock Errors in Electric Attitude Gyros, Types F-1 and F-4, 5231-3034, May 2, 1946
45 Marchese, Progress Report on Copper Electroforming, 5405-7006, June 20, 1946
45 Lane, Investigation of Instrument and Cockpit Lighting Systems, 5234-3042, August 9, 1946
45 Curry, Jr., and Beers, Ward Leonard Booster Servo System, 5232-3045, October 25, 1946
45 Curry, Jr., The Gyropilot's “Equation of Motion” Preliminary Report, 5232-3048, January 1947
45 Finvold, Magnetic Modulators, 5232-3053, May 7, 1947
45 Depp, Production Flux Valve Study, Product #271, 5231-3055, November 18, 1947
45 Lane, Vibration Investigation of Flux Valve Mounts in DC-6 Airplanes, 5231-3060, December 12, 1947
45 Jude, Report on Phase I of the A-12 Gyropilot, American Airlines DC-6 Modification Program, 5232-3053, December 30, 1947
45 Davis and Sloan, Type Tests of E-4 Automatic Pilot Type N-1 Selector Switch, 5232-3062, February 10, 1948
45 Tschudi and Barkalow, Gimbal Lock Errors in Electric Attitude Gyros, 5231-3055, February 24, 1948
45 Performance and Maintenance of Remote Flight Control in QP-80-A Aircraft, 5232-3065, March 1948
45 Colistra, Type Tests of the C-4 Gyrosyn Compass System Amplifier, 5231-3067, April 29, 1948
45 Components for Control of Guided Missiles, 5232-3071, June 1948
45 Goldstein, Goodrich, and Royer, Type Tests of the E-4 Automatic Pilot Altitude Control Type N-2, 5232-3079, October 1948
45 Colistra, Slow Slaving Characteristics of C-4 Gyrosyn System (Air Force Type J-2), 5231-3076, October 5, 1948
45 Roe, Pine, and Snodgrass, Investigation of Effect of Localizer Sensitivity on Manual ILS Approach Performance, 5245-4019, February 15, 1949
45 Esher, Sperry Patents Relating to Flux Valves, 5202-5015, August 1, 1949
45 Fenichel, R /Q, Shunt Impedance and Q of Resonator, 5270-6103, August 17, 1949
45 Campbell and Wythe, Humidity, Temperature, and Vibration Tests on Bradley Selenium Limiters, 5232-3115, September 1949
45 Achtmeyer, Year-end Report, Synchro Accuracy Investigation, P[art] N[umber] 5310902, 5237-3147, December 31, 1949
45 Cetrone, Year-end Report Turbine Fuel Control System Development, P[art] N[umber] 5210505, 5238-3114, December 31, 1949
45 Chenery, Closing Report, Fundamental Airplane Control, P[art] N[umber] 5110301, 5232-3129, December 31, 1949
45 Jorch, Year-end Report, Synchro Accuracy Investigation, P[art] N[umber] 5110504, 5238-3144, December 31, 1949
45 Jorch, Year-end Report, Magnetic Amplifier Development, P[art] N[umber] 5110505, 5237-3143, December 31, 1949
45 Jude, Closing Report, Automatic G.C.A. P[art] N[umber] 5310511, 5232-3135, December 31, 1949
45 Thompson, Year-end Report, Altitude Control, P[art] N[umber] 5310501, 5232-3131, December 31, 1949
45 Davidson, Investigation Methods of Using the Engine Analyzer to Detect Faults in Aircraft Fuel Injection Systems for Direct Injection, 5238-3116, January 9, 1950
45 Bernstein, Preliminary Report on Estimating the Band Width of Klystron Amplifiers, 5270-6103, February 2, 1950
45 Cetrone, Two Electrical Methods of Reducing Thermocouple Response Time, 5238-3121, March 3, 1950
45 Stress Analysis of Aileron Servo System in F-80 Type Aircraft, 5245-4028, May 10, 1950
45 Notes on the Standardization of Localizer Deviation Sensitivity, 5245-2027, May 15, 1950
45 Hutchinson, Two-speed Relay Control of a D.C. Servo Motor, 5232-3158, July 1950
45 Beach, Tests on an Automotive Ignition System Using the Sperry Engine Analyzer, 5238-3163, August 1950
45 Weinstein, Investigation of Life C-5 and G-2 Directional Gyros and V-1 and V-4 Gyrosyn Indicators, 5231-3161, August 17, 1950
45 Summary Report of Actual Weather Low-ceiling Flights, 5245-4029, August 29, 1950
45 An Evaluation of Manual Approach Performance Attained in Flight Tests with Distance-off-course Localizer Deviation Indications, and the Standard ILS Localizer Deviation Indication, 5245-4026, August 30, 1950
45 Reethof, Study of the Thrust Balls for Gyro Gimbal Suspensions, 5232-3165, September 1950
45 Final Engineering Report on SAX-22 Pulsed Klystron, 5270-6110, October 1950
45 Development and Evaluation of a QDM Resolver, 5245-4030, October 31, 1950
45 Beach and Sammis, Report on the Application of Sperry Engine Analyzer Equipment to a Baldwin Locomotive Diesel Engine Operated in a Test Laboratory, 5238-3187, November 27, 1950
45 Furst, Humidity Qualification Test of Verticle Gyro Type K-2, 5232-3165, December 1950
45 Reethof, The Vibration Characteristics of Liquid Levels, 5232-3212, December 1950
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46 Wang, Initial Conditions for Magnetically Focused Beam, 5270-6117, February 12, 1951
46 Bahnson, Philips Tube Evaluation, Interim Progress Report, 5232-3205, February 26, 1951
46 Wang, Phase Velocity and Cold Loss of a Helix with Surrounding Dielectric, 5270-6118, March 8, 1951
46 Smith, Jr., Report on the Application of Sperry Engine Analyzer Equipment to Automotive Spark Ignition Engines, and a Brief Evaluation of Automotive Engine Test Equipment Made by Other Manufacturers, 5232-3264, April 2, 1951
46 Magee, Red Lighting of Instruments and Panels, 5254-2317, April 12, 1951
46 Royer, Type Test Report of AF Type B-6 Amplifier Including AF Type N-2 Altitude Control, 5232-3207, April 15, 1951
46 Mink, A Graph for Determining the Elastic Deflection on a Circular Leaf Spring used in a Friction Slip-Coupling, 5255-2319, April 18, 1951
46 Skobel, Q Measurement, 5270-6122, April 22, 1951
46 Gyrotron Application Program, Summary Report No.1: Application of the Gyrotron in Navigation Systems, 5255-2309, May 1951
46 Gyrotron Application Program, Summary Report No.2: Potential Applications of the Gyrotron to Automatic Control of Airplanes, 5255-2310, May 1951
46 Final Report on the Gyrotron Application Program, 5255-2314, May 1951
46 Beach and Sammis, Report on the Application of Sperry Engine Analyzer Equipment to a Diesel Engine on the M/Y Wanderer, 5238-3221, June 1951
46 Roberts and Schroeder, Report on an Airspeed Altitude Follow-up System for Project MX-1457, 5232-3242, June 1, 1951
46 Olson, Report on the Frequency Response of Power Control System of the 75mm Skysweeper, 5253-2327, June 5, 1951
46 Zaid, Analysis of Special Tachometer Spring for Project NORBS, 5255-2328, June 28, 1951
46 Smith, Report on the Laboratory Study of Automotive Ignition Systems, 5238-3223, July 1951
46 Gyrotron Application Program, Summary Report No.4: Operating Characteristics of the Gyrotron, 5255-2312, July 1951
46 Ziad, Analysis for the Study of Verticle Deflections of the NORBS Stable Platform through the Use of a Model, 5255-2334, July 18, 1951
46 Miller, Experimental Determination of the Attenuation and Phase Lag of Oscillatory Pressuresin Tubing, 5232-3231, August 1951
46 Zaid, Deviation of a Light Ray Passing through a Glass Plate Subject to Local Imperfections, 5255-2341. (see 3/17/52), August 24, 1951
46 Lally and Fenichel, Temperature Distribution in a Solenoidal Magnet Coil, 5170-6128, September 26, 1951
46 Rifkin and Sloan, Type Test Report of AF Type B-9 Amplifier (Automatic Approach Control) of the E-4 Automatic Pilot, 5232-3230. (see addendum No. 1 of August 30, 1952), October 1, 1951
46 Woodcock, RC-filtered Outputs of Switched Bi-directional Demodulators, 5291-2348, October 12, 1951
46 Zupanick, Estimated Aerodynamic Charcteristics of the DC-3 Airplane, 5232-3249, October 24, 1951
46 Valinoti and Sloan, (Part 1) Type Test Report of AF Type N-1 Selector Switch and the Automatic Approach Controller, 5232-3238. (see 2/1/52 for Part 2), October 25, 1951
46 Zaid, Vibration Analysis of A-4 Sight Head, 5284-2354, October 30, 1951
46 Burns, Flight Test Report on Miniaturized Airspeed Control System Installation in F-86A-5 Airplane, 5232-3243, November 1951
46 Development of an Improved QDM Resolver, P[art] N[umber] 5211010, 5245-4043, December 1951
46 Lefler, Electrical Breakdown Characteristics of Helium and Nitrogen, 5231-3245, December 1951
46 Magrane and Kochta, Comparative Thermal Insulation Tests on Mk 14 Mod 23 Gun Sight, 5281-2345, December 3, 1951
46 Burns, Analog Computer Sutdy of Minaturized Airspeed Control Systems in F-86A-5 Airplane, 5232-3219, January 1952
46 Wang, Space Change Effects and Potential Distribution in the Reflector Space, 5270-6133, January 1952
46 Lally, A Space-harmonic, Voltage-tunable, Traveling-wave Amplifier, 5270-6134, February 1952
46 Kirchhoff, Type Test Report (Part I) of 0.1 HP Control Surface Servos for A-120 Automatic Pilot, 5232-3233. (see Rogat, Donnelly, February 1, 1952. May 1956; May 1956
46 Valinoti and Sloan, (Part 2) Type Test Report of AF Type N-1 Selector Switch and the Automatic Approach Controller, 5232-3238. (see 10/25/51 for Part 1), February 1, 1952
46 Ross and Mann, A Preliminary Investigation of Manufacturing Accurate Spur Gears by the Hob Generation Method, 5284-2365, February 6, 1952
46 Bossinger and Crossley, An investigation of Selenium Limiter Action in the BMC Type A-1A, 5292-2368, February 14, 1952
46 Rogat, Type Test Report (Part 1) of Electric-Engage Drum, Bracket and Limit Switch Assembly for A-12D Gyropilot, 5232-3239. (see 3/52 for Part 2), February 15, 1952
46 Kirchhoff, Type Test Report (Part 2) of 0.1 HP Control Surface Servos for A-12D Gyropilot, 5232-3248, February 20, 1952
46 Furst, Explosion-proof (Vapor Safe) Qualification Test Report of Gyrosyn Compass Control, P[art] N[umber] 656591 (AF Type S-1 Directional Gyro Control), 5232-3251, March 1952
46 Brown, Report on Choppers for Low-level DC Voltage Amplification, 5238-3260, March 1952
46 Rogat, Type Test Report (Part 2) of Electric-Engage Drum, Bracket, and Limit Switch Assembly for A-120 Gyropilot Flight Control, 5232-3263. (see 2/15/52 for Part 1), March 1952
46 Freeman and Weil, Engineering Report on Non-linear Potentiometer, 5284-7101, March 12, 1952
46 Zaid, Calculations of the Deviation of a Light Ray Passing through a Glass Plate Subject to Local Imperfections, 5284-7104. (see 8/24/51), March 17, 1952
46 Ross and Mann, The Gear Dontometer, An Optical Instrument for Measuring Errors in Spur Gears, 5284-7106, March 25, 1952
46 Engineering Report on Regulation and Ripple Requirements for a 300-volt DC Power Supply for Use with Type A-4 Gyro Computing Sight, 5281-7113, April 1952
46 Banghart, Vlaun, and Donnelly, Type Test Report of Elevator Trim Servo and Sprocket and Bracket Assembly for A-12D Gyropilot Flight Control, 5232-3265, April 1952, September 1953, June 1955
46 de Graff, Third Technical Report on the Study Program for a Flight Control System Using Magnetic Amplifiers, 5238-3206, April 1952
46 Kerr, Qualification Test Report of Type N-2 Selector Switch Assembly (Sperry P[art] N[umber] 652886), April 1952
46 Fry, Engineering Report on Synchronous Gyroscope Investigation, 5293-2371, April 1, 1952
46 Freeman and Parsons, Engineering Report of Design on a High-gain Isolation Amplifier with Resistive Load, 5284-7112, April 16, 1952
46 Development of a 400 CPS Recorder Amplifier, 5245-4046, April 22, 1952
46 Lange, Flight Test Report for Flight 12 Actual Weather Low-ceiling Flights P[art] N[umber] 5260103, 5245-4041, May 1952
46 A Study of Approach Success, 5245-4043, May 1, 1952
46 Bahnson and Linhardt, Philips Electron Tube Evaluation Program, 5232-3259, May 1, 1952
46 Zaid, The Analysis of an Arming Lanyard Acted upon by Longitudinal Impact, 5284-7117, May 12, 1952
46 Kreussling, Engineering Report on Design of Isolation Amplifier for Ketay Resolver, 5284-7118, June 3, 1952
46 Kreussling, Engineering Report on Design of Isolation Amplifier for Ketay Resolver, Type D-13310, 5284-7118, June 3, 1952
46 Ericson and Lee, Engineering Report on Heat Problems Associated with Airborne Electronic Equipment, 5294-2381, June 19, 1952
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47 Final Engineering Report on First Position of Gyrotron I Angular Rate Tachometer Development Program, 5231-3234, July 1952
47 Shushter, Flight Test Report on a Laboratory Model Airspeed and Cruise Control System (Phase I), 5232-3272, July 1952
47 Appendix I: Sperry Engineering Report on Engine Vibration Tests R-4360-35 Engine at Warner Robins Air Force Base, 5238-3287-1, September 1952
47 Engineering Report on Regulation and Ripple Requirements of the 28-volt Power Supply for Use with Type A-4 Gyro Computing Sight, 5281-7129, September 1952
47 Sloan, Report on the Application of Linear Synchro D/S 672742 in the A-12 Automatic Approach Rate Generator, 5232-3295, September 1952
47 Hecht, Automatic Flight Equipment for Use on Omni Ranges, 5232-3296, September 19, 1952
47 Glazer, Study of Verticle Control During Flareout, 5232-3296, September 23, 1952
47 Freeman, Design of a Medium-accuracy Isolation Amplifier for a 5000-ohm Resistive Load, 5284-7108, September 30, 1952
47 Engineering Report on the Regulation and Ripple Requirements for the 28-volt and +300-volt DC Power Supplies for Use with the Type A-4 Gyro Computing Sight, 5281-7130, October 1952
47 Wagner, Report on the A-12 Gyropilot Flight Tests in DC-6B Aircraft N6518C from April 7 to April 18, 1952, 5232-3299, October 1952
47 Daubert, Engineering Report on Effectiveness of Special Locking Methods for Gimbal Bearings, 5231-3292, October 20, 1952
47 Kirchhoff, Explosion-proof Qualification Test Report of Servo Drive Assemblies, and Sprocket, or Drum, and Bracket Assemblies for A-12D and A-14 Gyropilot Flight Controls, 5232-3304, November 1952
47 Story, First Quarterly Technical Report on Phase III of the Airspeed and Cruise Control Systems, 5232-3305, November 1952
47 Bolton, Summary Report of P[art] N[umber] 5310607: Development of AC Servo Motor and Servo Motortachometer, 5237-3312, December 30, 1952
47 Hoffman, Sabin, and Smith, Requirements for Computing Facilities in the Sperry Engineering Division, 5281-7142, January 15, 1953
47 Pomerantz, Final Report on Fundamental Stability Study (P[art] N[umber] 5210214), 5232-3312, January 20, 1953
47 Engineering Report on the Feasibility of Using Optical Testers 1000013 or 1000119 and Gun Camera AN-N6 with the A-6 GBR Sight when Installed in Lockheed Aircraft F-94B, 5281-7147, February 1953
47 Shuster and Story, Second Quarterly Technical Report on Phase III of the Airspeed and Cruise Control System, 5232-3316, March 1953
47 5282-7151. Meyer, Year-end Report on P[art] N[umber] 5380105, Differential Committee, 5282-7151
47 Lloyd, Report on Inspection and Flight Test of A-12 Gyropilot Flight Control in the United Airlines CV-340 Airplane, 5232-3317, April 1953
47 Zaid, Generalized Analytical Gimbal Study, 5284-7152, April 7, 1953
47 Strazzulla, Engineering Report on High-efficiency AC Servo Amplifier which Reduces the Effects of Quadrature Voltages Generated by Signal Source Components, 5292-2416, April 14, 1953
47 Hecht, Lateral Control on ILS Facilities, 5232-3323, May 1953
47 Sege, Three-cavity Effect in Space Charge Spread Klystrons, 5270-6146, May 12, 1953
47 Strazzulla, Engineering Report on Precision AC Voltage Regulator, 5294-2418, May 22, 1953
47 Klein, Shuster, and Story, Third Quarterly Technical Report on Phase III of the Airspeed and Cruise Control System, 5232-3330, June 1953
47 Marinace, Engineering Report on Precision Phase-sensitive Amplifier Demodulator, P[art] N[umber] 5110507, 5231-3332, June 10, 1953
47 Low-noise Reflex Klystron Final Progress Report, 5270-6147, 1953
47 Horowitz and Davidson, Engineering Report on Cast-resin Embedment of Electronic Circuits, 5282-7164, July 21, 1953
47 O'Toole, Additional Advantages of Feedback in Video Amplifiers, 5291-2428, July 22, 1953
47 Hartman, Report on Flight Recording System Installed in EQT-33 Airplane (AF 49-919), 5232-3341, August 1953
47 Valinoti and Sloan, Addendum No. 1 to report of October 1, 1951, August 30, 1953
47 Post, Addendum No. 1 to Qualification Test Report of Type N-2 Selector Switch Assembly (Sperry P[art] N[umber] 652886), September 1953
47 Levinson, Gordon, and Thom, Engineering Report on a Study of Some Non-linear Stabilization and Noise-suppression Networks, 5294-2432, September 10, 1953
47 Final Engineering Report on the Hollow-beam Study, 5270-6143, October 1953
47 Low-noise Reflex Klystron Second Quarterly Progress Report, 5270-6147-2, 1953
47 Smith, Analytical and Experimental Investigation of Transistor Characteristics and Applications, 5238-3354, October 27, 1953
47 Pratt, Environmental Test Report on Type D-2 Airspeed and Power Control System for B-47 Aircraft, 5232-3360, November 1953
47 Colistra, Engineering Report on Preliminary Description and Performance of the C-5 Gyrosyn Compass System (AF Type J-4), 5231-3361, November 1953
47 Lowell and Snodgrass, Development of an Improved Go-around Device for the Zero Reader-Flight Director, 5245-4053, November 15, 1953
47 Davies, Pick-off Study, 5282-7178, December 31, 1953
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48 Hecht, Fundamental Circuits Investigation Report for 1954, 5235-3475, 1954
48 Thomson, Tribken, and Whetter, Fighter Automatic Pilot Progress Report, 5235-3468, 1954
48 Sparrow I Program Actual Weight Report Missile Serial Nos. 00001-00092, 5294-2448, January 1954
48 Qualification Test Report on A-4 Fly-away Mock-up 1000109, 5296-2444, January 1954
48 Levinson, A Function Generating Technique, 5292-2416, January 11, 1954
48 Andeen, Engineering Report of Flight Tests with Type A-120 Automatic Pilot in B-47 #018, 5232-3377, February 9, 1954
48 Daniels, Qulaification Test Report of Automatic Pilot Engaging Control (Sperry Part No. 665930-121), 5232-3375, March 1954
48 Usher, Linquiti, and Arthur, Report on Non-linear Studies, P[art] N[umber] 5110305, 5232-3391, March 1954
48 Sill, Automatic Heading Selector Operation of the Zero Reader Flight Director Using a C.A.A. Localizer Transmitter, 5245-4056, March 1, 1954
48 Wang, Linear Beam Tube Theory, Part I, Small Signal Case, 5270-6155, March 23, 1954
48 Fingerhood, Year-end Report on Computer Improvement Program, P[art] N[umber] 5310431, 5232-3390, March 29, 1954
48 Guberman and Martino, Engineering Report on Collins Integrated Flight System, 5231-3396, April 1954
48 Hecht, Pottle, and Thomson, Fundamental Circuits Investigation Report for 1953, 5232-3387, April 1954
48 Tribken, Fighter Automatic Pilot Progress Report, 5232-3382, April 1954. January 1951-January 1954
48 Menke, Helix Type Backward Wave Oscillators, 5270-6156, April 1, 1954
48 Ettenberg and Wershoven, Summary Report on UHF 5kW Traveling Wave Amplifier for Television Band, 5270-5157, April 9, 1954
48 NavOrd Report No. 1695, Torpedo Computer Component Study, Transistor Magnetic Servo Amplifiers and Transistor Isolation Amplifiers, 5284-7184, May 1954
48 Barnaby and Chatterton, Final Engineering Report on Gyrotron IA Vibratory Rate Gyro Development Program, 5231-3370, May 1954
48 Doherty, A Flight Evaluation of the Beam Guidance Coupler, 5245-4057, May 1, 1954
48 Bodner, Qualification Test Report of Airspeed Reference Controller for MA-2 Automatic Pilot, 5232-3406, June 1954
48 Davis, Engineering Report on Performance Tests of the A-12 Gyropilot Flight Control in the Lancaster AR-10 Aircraft, 5232-3386, June 1954
48 Fahrni, Qualification Test Report for Airspeed Sensitive Unit for MA-2 Automatic Pilot, 5232-3409, June 1954
48 Smith, Qualification Tests Report of Airspeed Control Amplifier for MA-2 Automatic Pilot, 5232-3405, June 1954
48 Bol, Determination of Modulation Sensitivity by Null Method, 5270-6164, June 15, 1954
48 Sparrow I Program Actual Weight Report Missile Serial Nos. 00093-00167, 5293-2472, July 1954
48 Sparrow I Program Actual Weight Report Missile Serial Nos. 00168-00225, 5293-2472, July 1954
48 Sparrow I Program Actual Weight Report Missile Serial Nos. 00226-00482, 5293-2473, July 1954
48 Kaufman and Peress, Helicopter Dynamics I: Equations of Longitudinal Motion of Single- and Tandem-Rotor Helicopters, 5232-3417, July 1954
48 Walker, Engineering Report on the Tie-in of the J-4 Compass System to the E-4 Automatic Pilot, 5232-3389, July 1954
48 Engineering Report on Train, Elevation, and Range Servos for Fire Control Box Mark VI, 5282-7193, September 1954
48 Hawkins, Development of Motor Torque Measurement Techniques and Equipment (5350626), 5333-A-2322, September 14, 1954
48 Engineering Report on Vibration Tests of Director Pedestal Mark 1 Mod 9 and Gun Sight Mark 29 Mod 1, 5282-7192, October 1954
48 Tava, Engineering Report on Study Phase of Fire Detector Program, P[art] N[umber] 5310314, 5238-3404, October 4, 1954
48 Millenson, Shock and Vibration Studies Related to Chassis Design AN, SPW-2 Radar Set, 5291-2481, October 26, 1954
48 Chin, Engineering Report on R-F Pulse Peak Power Measurement Technique -- Random Phase Direction Method, 5291-2485, November 1, 1954
48 Hammon, Engineering Report on Viscous-damped Rate Gyros for Erection and Slaving Cut-off, 5231-3432, November 1, 1954
48 Hawkins 19, Development and Construction of Modified JAN-S-44 Shock Machine (5350626), 5333-A-2323, November 4, 1954
48 Topazio, Qualification Test Report of Synchro Accelerometer (Sperry Part No. 676735), 5232-3378, December 1954
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49 Galli, Recommended Tests on Tube Laboratory's DC Electronic Analog Computing Equipment, 5270-6167, January 20, 1955
49 Freeman, Design of the Sperry Digital Computer, 5284-7214, January 28, 1955
49 Report of Test on Gyro Horizon Attitude Indicators Electrical Quick Erection, Type J-9, 5231-3471, February 1955
49 Low-noise Reflex Klystron, Seventh Quarterly Progress Report, 5270-6147-7, 1955
49 Engineering Report on Inspection and Test of Director Pedestal Mark I Mod 0 and Gun Sight Mark 29 Mod 1, 5282-7206, February 1955
49 Huffman, Engineering Report on the Development of a Class B Prototype Command Pick-off for the Helicopter Autopilot, 5235-3476, February 1955
49 Barney, A Comparison of Two Conventional Printed Wiring Constructional Techniques with the Modular (Tinker-toy) Technique, 5291-2498, February 1, 1955
49 Bell, Construction of Air Flow Measurement Equipment, 5333-A-2353, February 11, 1955
49 Qualification Test Report of Type 0-3 Servo Control (Sperry Part No. 658527), 5237-3446, February 15, 1955
49 Dunaief and Rogat, Qualification Test Report Mechanical Engage Flight Servo for E-4 Automatic Pilot, 5236-3478. (see 6/55 addendum), March 1955
49 Fama, Qualification Test Report of Stabilizer Trim Servo Assembly (Sperry Part Nos. 600893-4, 600893-41, and 600892-5), 5236-3461, March 1955
49 Wanaselja and Furness, Type Test Report of AF Type 0-2 Servo Control (Sperry Part No. 665928), 5237-3227, March 1955
49 Final Report K-2 Automatic Pilot contract No. NOas 52-585-c, 5232-3427, March 1955
49 Holmboe and Najita, Coupling Helixes, 5270-6169, March 11, 1955
49 Allen, A Survey of Storage Tubes for Radar Displays, 5291-2501, mARCH 15, 1955
49 Schlener, Qualification Test Report of Altitude Control Assembly, Sperry Part Nos. 684034 and 613468-1, 5236-3471, May 1955
49 Holmes, Machine Computation of Transistor and Vacuum Tube Circuits, 5238-3494, May 2, 1955
49 Bushor, Results of Small Signal Traveling Wave Computation, Part II, 5270-6149-2, May 5, 1955
49 Pepper, Analog computations for Magnetically-focused Beam, 5270-6176, May 23, 1955
49 Sturdevant, Iterim Report Utilized Electrical Assembly P[art] N[umber] 5180109, 5284-7222, May 26, 1955
49 Interim Report No. 3, NavOrd Report No. 4664, Torpedo Computer Components Study, 5284-7219, June 1955
49 Sparrow I Program Structural Design and Analysis Data--Part I, Aerodynamic Loads on the Model AAM-N-2 Missil (Sparrow I), 5293-2517, June 1955
49 Geller and Shuster, Engineering Report on QF-80 Take-off Control Computer Study, 5234-3505, June 1955
49 Holmes, Browne, and Sipin, Final Engineering Report of a Turboprop Engine Control System, Contract No(s) 9071, 5238-3499, June 1955
49 Rogat, Addendum I to March 1955 Report by Dunaief and Rogat, 5236-3478, June 1955
49 Steuer and Burdick. Manual Flight System and Fighter Automatic Pilot Servo System Progress Report, 5235-3469, June 1955
49 Roberts, Engineering Report on Approach Airspeed Control System for the Sperry Sales Department DC-3, P[art] N[umber] 5310542, 5234-3504, June 10, 1955
49 Smith, Factory Inspection Rejection Rates for Several Types of Sperry Purchased and Manufactured Parts, 5292-2514, June 29, 1955
49 Smith, Correlation between Field Malfunctions and Factory Rejections of K-System Components, 5292-2515, June 29, 1955
49 Nichols and Hartman, Environmental Report for Remote Pitch Control for B-61B Missile, 5234-3440, July 1955
49 Schneck, Technical Report on Fundamental Hydraulic Studies, P[art] N[umber] 5110303, 5235-3495, July 1955
49 McLam, The Design and Construction of a Flap-Pitch Compensator for Use with the Zero Reader Flight Director and A-12 Gyroscope, 5245-4065, July 7, 1955
49 Wang, Design of Electron Guns, 5270-6178, July 11, 1955
49 Hopson, Shaping of Magnetic Focusing Fields, 5270-6179, July 13, 1955
49 Kaufman and Peress, Progress Report on Helicopter Automatic Pilot, January 1954-June 1955, 5235-3502, July 27, 1955
49 Sparrow I Program, Final Report on Task 62, Manufacture of Evaluation Models of Test Sets, Guided Missile AN/DSM-10 (XN-1) and AN/DSM-11 (XN-1), 5293-2522, August 1955
49 Roberts and Shuster, Final Engineering Report on QF-80 Drone Improvement Program, 5234-3506, August 1955
49 Sherman, A Report on DC Electronic Analogue Computation and the Aeronautical Division Analogue Computer Facility, 5234-3522, August 25, 1955
49 Sherman, The Theory, Operation, and Use of Philbrick High-speed Analogue Computer, 5234-3458, September 2, 1955
49 McLam, The Design and Construction of an Improved Go-Around System for Use with the Zero Reader Flight Director and the A-12 Gyropilot, 5245-4066, September 21, 1955
49 Paulsen, A General Design Load Specification for Aircraft Hydraulic Actuators, 3280-3527, September 29, 1955
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50 Qualification Test Report of Knob-actuated Flight Controller (Sperry Part No. 508956), 3261-3525, October 1955
50 Grosser, A-15 Automatic Pilot Control System Dynamic Response Performance Qualification Test Report, 3262-3520, October 1955
50 Inglima and Kalmus, Qualification Test Report of Amplifier Assembly, (Sperry P[art] N[umber] 608816-2, 3261-3526, October 1955
50 Bittman and McBee, Horn Matching in Traveling-wave Tubes, 5270-6182, October 5, 1955
50 Feld, Qualification Test Report of Servo Engage Switch Assembly (Sperry P[art] N[umber] 681874), 3261-3530, November 1955
50 Sauer and Smith, Final Engineering Report on the Subjective Evaluation of a Constant Rotor Speed Control for Helicopters, 5238-3508, November 1955
50 Winter, Qualification Test Report of Type K-6 Vertical Gyro Flight Control (Sperry P[art] N[umber] 600748), 3262-3529, November 1955
50 Wang, Linear Beam Tube Theory, Part II, Non-linear Case, 5270-6182, November 2, 1955
50 Foster, Operational Evaluation of Integrated Instrument System, Final Report of P[art] N[umber] 5260117, 3245-4072, November 15, 1955
50 Pine, Proposed Means of Aircraft Guidance in the Vertical Plane during an Automatic Landing Maneuver, 3245-4071, November 22, 1955
50 Ettenberg and McMurrough, Traveling Wave Tube Design Handbook, 5270-6184, November 23, 1955
50 Sparrow I Program Structural Design and Analysis Data -- Part II Model AAM-N-2 Missile, 5295-2523, December 1955
50 Bilhuber, Requalification Test Report of Type V-8 Directional Gyroscopic Indicator (Settable Dial Indicator), P[art] N[umber] 60365421, 3252-3535, December 1955
50 Pine, A Method of Obtaining an Improved Rate of Climb by Means of Signal Sythesis, 3245-4073, December 7, 1955
50 Huse and Huse, Temperature Profile of a Solenoid, 5270-6185, December 12, 1955
50 Fitzgerald, 100-hour Service Test Qualification Test Report of Type A-14 Automatic Pilot, 3262-3546, January 1956
50 Bushor and Kraweic, Operations and Procedures: Small Signal Computer Circuit for Traveling-wave Tubes, 5270-6186, January 3, 1956
50 Long, A Pilot Evaluation of the H3-E Helicopter Flight Control System and the Constant RPM Control System, 3245-4075, January 20, 1956
50 Holmboe and McLaughlin, Periodic Focusing of the STL-71, 5270-6187, January 31, 1956
50 Manning, Maxwell, and Moore, Inc., Qualification Test Report of the Limited Switch Selector (Sperry P[art] N[umber] 611335, 3262-3561, February 1956
50 Morrison and Donnelly, Advanced A-120 Automatic Pilot System Qualification Test Report, 3261-3534, February 1956
50 Winter, Qualification Test Report for Radio Beam Coupler, P[art] N[umber] 604390, 3261-3553, February 1956
50 Paulsen, Dynamic Loads Report Fighter Automatic Pilot Servo, 3280-3562, February 1, 1956
50 Kraus, Engineering Report on Heat Flow Computations by Electrical Network Analysis, 5296-2544, February 6, 1956
50 Bell, An Investigation into the Measurement of Transistor Characteristics and the Design and Construction of Transistor Measurement Equipment, 5333-A-2432, February 15, 1956
50 Denman, A Method of TWT Attenuator Design by Graphical Methods, 5270-6188, February 17, 1956
50 Bizzogotti and Paulsen, Detailed Stress Report Fighter Automatic Pilot Servo, 3280-3568, February 20, 1956
50 Collins, Engineering Report on Control Wheel Steering, 3265-3538, February 27, 1956
50 Glaser, Engineering Study Report on Development of Automatic/Manual Flare-out Subsystem, 3265-3564, March 1956
50 Supplementary Engineering Study Report on Development of Automatic/Manual Flare-out Subsystem, 3265-3564-1, March 1956
50 Richardson, Engineering Report on High-speed Mechanical Counter, Digitizer, and Presetter, 5296-2543, March 5, 1956
50 Hopson Electrolytic Action as a Source of Gas in a Glass Traveling-wave Tube, 5270-6189, March 12, 1956
50 Clement, Fundamental Pneumatic Studies Engineering Report on P[art] N[umber] 5110310, 3280-2575, March 15, 1956
50 Sherman and Letson, Engineering Report on Precision Nylon Gears, 3262-3576, April 1956
50 Final Report, Committee on Integration of SP-30 Flight Control System and Z-4 Computer, 3200-3579, May 1956
50 Donnelly, Addenda Nos. 2 and 3 to Kirchhoff 5232-3233, May 1956. (February 1, 1952
50 Rogat, Addendum No. 1 to Kirchhoff 5232-3233, May 1956. (February 1, 1952
50 Weinberger and Ambrose, Final Engineering Report on Model H-6A Gyro Horizon Modification, 3254-3580, May 1956
50 Zdan and Iddings, Engineering Report on Helicopter Flight Indicator (Modified System), 3251-3581, May 1956
50 AA Fire Control System T-38, Conventional Circuitry Changes (Computer Servos), Task I, Part 1, 5282-7240-2, May 1956
50 AA Fire Control System T-38, Magnetic Servo Amplifier Study, Task I, Part 2, 5282-7240-5, June 1956
50 Richardson and Kelly, A Fire Control System T-38, Investigation of Silicon Diodes, Task I, Part 3, 5282-7240-6, June 1956
50 AA Fire Control System T-38, System SErvo Analysis, Task II, Part 1, 5282-7240-3, June 1956
50 AA Fire Control System Contractor Servo Study, Task II, Part 2, 5282-724