Library of Congress

Authorities & Vocabularies

The Library of Congress > Linked Data Service > BIBFRAME Works

Bibframe Work

Title
Frank J. Malina papers
Type
Mixed Material
Subject
Haley, Andrew G. (Andrew Gallagher)--Correspondence.
Malina, Caroline--Correspondence.
Marek, Jerry William--Correspondence.
Mercer, Carolyn Malina--Correspondence.
Von Kármán, Theodore, 1881-1963--Correspondence.
Aerojet-General Corporation.
California Institute of Technology.
Daniel Guggenheim Aeronautical Laboratory.
Jet Propulsion Laboratory (U.S.)
Unesco. Division of Scientific Research and Higher Education.
Astronautica acta.
Leonardo.
Aeronautics--History.
Aeronautics--Periodicals.
Aeronautics--Societies, etc.
Aerospace engineering.
Art--Periodicals.
Artists--France--Paris.
Kinetic art.
Rocketry.
Brenham (Tex.)--Social life and customs.
Czechoslovakia--Social life and customs.
Texas--Social life and customs.
Malina family--Correspondence.
Aerospace engineers.
Artists.
Language
English
English
Czech
French
Collection material chiefly in English, with Czech and French
Identified By
Lccn: mm84061793
Summary
Part I consists of correspondence, writings, reports, research files, subject files, biographical material, and other papers relating chiefly to Malina's career as an aerospace engineer at the California Institute of Technology where he was cofounder of the Daniel Guggenheim Aeronautical Laboratory rocket research project and director of the U.S. Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Includes material on the history of aeronautics, international aeronautical societies and meetings, the periodical Acta Astronautica of which Malina was editor, and Aerojet-General Corporation. Also documents Malina's tenure as director of Unesco's Division of Scientific Research and Higher Education, Paris, France; career in kinetic art in Paris; and activities as founder of the periodical Leonardo. Correspondents include Andrew G. Haley and Theodore Von Kármán.
Part II consists chiefly of personal correspondence and biographical material. Correspondents include Malina's mother, Caroline Malina; his sister, Carolyn Malina Mercer; and friend, Jerry William Marek; and friends and family in Brenham, Tex., and in Czechoslovakia.
Authorized Access Point
Malina, Frank J. Frank J. Malina papers, 1912-1986