Frederick deWolf Pingree collection of air-sea survival materials
The Air-Sea Survival Collection consists of materials collected by Pingree related to the subject of air-sea survival and rescue. Materials include books, articles, clippings, magazines, reports, and manuals.
- Majority of material found within 1942-1961
Language of Materials
Open: materials are available for research.
Copyright: Permission to publish material from the collection must be authorized by the Institution Archivist.
1 box (1.25 lin. ft.)
Frederick deWolf Pingree was born in Woburn, Massachusetts in 1902. He attended Harvard University, and received his A.B. from Ohio State University in 1940.
Pingree was a research associate in engineering at WHOI.
The collection is arranged in five series:
The custodial history of the collection is undocumented.
The collection was received from Mrs. F. Pingree in November 1967.
A group of life raft charts were discarded because they had become brittle and the pages had fused together, making the charts unreadable.
Several books were also removed from the collection. See control file for complete list.
Processed by David Sherman in December 2009.
- A Guide to the Frederick deWolf Pingree collection of air-sea survival materials, 1942-1961
- David Sherman
- Language of description
- Finding aid written inEnglish