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Pratt and Whitney Airc... (15)
World War ii (6)
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1945 (9)
//1943-1946 (1)
[ca 2003 (1)
April 221944 (1)
Dec 171946 (1)
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Montgomery (8)
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1. A Brief History of Manufacturing A Brief History of Manufacturing [ca. 2003] Manuscript surveys the history of the Pratt & Whitney/Westinghouse plant in Kansas City, Missouri from 1942 through the 1990s, concentrating particularly on the war years. Numerous copies of photographs,...

2. A War's On, and 'Maybe I can Help': Her Job in '44-45 Was Inspecting Airplane Engines A War's On, and 'Maybe I can Help': Her Job in '44-45 Was Inspecting Airplane Engines February/16/2003 During World War II, Molly Bean felt she needed to do something to help out. So she went to Pratt & Whitney, local company building engines for World War II aircraft. Article has photo of Molly Bean and...

3. Engine Plant to WAA: RFC Passes Control of Former Pratt & Whitney Factory Engine Plant to WAA: RFC Passes Control of Former Pratt & Whitney Factory Dec. 17, 1946 News about the former Pratt & Whitney aircraft engine manufacturing plant, the "largest Kansas City war plant," vacant but planned for use by civilian light industry companies.

4. Goal in the Clouds Goal in the Clouds April 22, 1944 Need for workers in new aircraft manufacturing plant in Kansas City making Navy airplanes for the war effort.

5. Kansas City, Missouri, Telephone Directory Kansas City, Missouri, Telephone Directory //1943-1946 Unverified listing of the plant in operation from 1943-1946 at Bannister and Troost Streets.

6. Pratt and Whitney Complex Pratt and Whitney Complex 1945 Aerial view of complex, looking southwest; located at Bannister Road and Troost.

7. Pratt and Whitney Complex Pratt and Whitney Complex 1945 Aerial view of complex, looking south.

8. Pratt and Whitney Complex Pratt and Whitney Complex 1945 Aerial view of complex, looking north.

9. Pratt and Whitney Complex Pratt and Whitney Complex 1945 Aerial view of complex, looking northwest.

10. Pratt and Whitney Complex Pratt and Whitney Complex 1945 Aerial view of complex, looking northeast.

11. Pratt and Whitney Complex Pratt and Whitney Complex 1945 Aerial view of complex, looking northeast.

12. Pratt and Whitney Complex Pratt and Whitney Complex 1945 Aerial view of complex, looking northeast.

13. Pratt and Whitney Complex Pratt and Whitney Complex 1945 Aerial view of complex, looking northwest.

14. Thomson Building Thomson Building 1945 Full frontal view; located at 1013-15 Walnut. Shows Pratt & Whitney Employment Office as occupant.

15. Tribute to Mid-West: Area Praised at Pratt & Whitney Farewell Dinner Tribute to Mid-West: Area Praised at Pratt & Whitney Farewell Dinner Sept. 28, 1945 Article reviewing the short but busy history of the Pratt & Whitney Aircraft Corporation in Kansas City. It was a manufacturing complex for the World War II effort, completed in August 1943 with its first...