Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. William Hawley Bowlus was a designer, engineer and builder of aircraft. He was the Superintendent of Construction on Charles Lindbergh's aircraft, the Spirit of St. Louis, and became well-known later as the designer of the Airstream travel trailers. William Hawley Bowlus, wearing a light-colored 3-piece suit, standing next to a Ryan single engine monoplane in a dirt airfield. Two men stand next to the plane in the background. Text from negative sleeve: Bowlus, William H., Aviation, Designer of Lindbergh's Plane.
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Transportation Airplanes--American Engineers People Bowlus, William Hawley, 1896-1967