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MSS 00165 Guide to the Rodney V. Smith industrial plant project materials, 1969
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Smith, Rodney V.
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Received from Key L. Barkley, 1983 July 20
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The Rodney V. Smith industrial plant project materials consists of correspondence, interviews, and background materials for a student project on the layout of a gyrocopter industrial plant. Smith worked on this project with two other students, James Newhouse and Jerome Holmes. Smith, Newhouse, and Holmes conducted interviews with employees at Bensen Aircraft, and sent letters to more than 25 companies, including All American Engineering Company, the National Aeronautic Association, the Aerospace Industries Association of America, and Doman Helicopters, Inc. The background materials in the collection include the Directory of Hospital Heliports in the United States and issues of Aerospace News.
Rodney V. Smith, James Newhouse, and Jerome Holmes are 1969 alumni of North Carolina State University.
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