Thomas Towle (engineer)
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|Alma mater||Yale University|
- 1921-1922 Dayton-Wright Company
- 1922-1923 Martin
- 1923-1924 Aeromarine
- 1924-1925 Stout Metal Airplane Co
- 1925-1927 Stout Metal Airplane Division of the Ford Motor Company After disappointing results from the Stout 3-AT, Ford places Towle in charge of the Ford Tri-motor development.
- 1927 Towle Marine Aircraft - Formed company to build the Towle WC.
- 1928 Eastman Aircraft Corporation of Detroit - Designed the Eastman E-2 Sea Rover.
- 1928-1932 Towle Aircraft Company - Reorganized to produce the Towle TA-2 and Towle TA-3 amphibians.
- 1933 Monocoupe Aircraft Corporation
- 1933-1935 Lambert Aircraft Towle replaced Clayton Folkerts as chief engineer.
- 1939 Grumman
- 1941 Hudson Car Company aircraft division - Hired as chief engineer.
- 1951 Worked for the Church & Dwight company, known for baking soda products.
- "Ford Trimotor". Retrieved 6 November 2011.
- "Thomas Towle Ford Tri-Motor Collection, 1921-1967 (bulk 1925-1926, 1953-1967)". Retrieved 6 November 2011.
- Tom D. Crouch. Wings: a history of aviation from kites to the space age. p. 247.
- "The Monocoupe". Retrieved 6 November 2011.
- "Clare Wesley Bunch". Retrieved 6 November 2011.
- Skyways: 56. January 1999. Missing or empty
- Charles K. Hyde. Storied independent automakers: Nash, Hudson, and American Motors. p. 143.
- National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Wind and Beyond: A Documentary Journey Into the History of Aerodynamics.