Samuel Taubman papers 1932-2000
Samuel Taubman papers
Taubman, Samuel, 1915-2004.
6 linear feet
1 oversize boxes
Samuel Taubman was a 1940 University of Michigan graduate of aeronautical engineering. He served as a ground school instructor for the Civil Aeronautics Administration Aviation Ground School, worked as an engineer for Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, and later owned the National Shower Manufacturing Company in Detroit and a plant in Florida. He applied his knowledge of aircraft construction, inventing civilian products using aircraft aluminum, most notably for shower door design and manufacture. His papers include his engineering work at the University of Michigan and Lockheed, his teaching materials from Aviation Ground School, patents, designs, and photographs of his shower door designs as well as journals and drawings.
06119 Aa 2
The material is in English
Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan
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Finding aid created by Polly Reynolds, January 2007
Ann Arbor, MI
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