Arthur Woodward-Nutt's career involved appointments connected with military and civil aircraft production.
19th Aug 1902: Born
Educated at King Edward's, Birmingham and Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge
1923: Seely Prize
1924-25: De Havilland Aircraft Company
1925-27: Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough
1927-31: Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment, Martlesham Heath.
1931-34: Marine Aircraft Experimental Establishment, Felixstowe.
1934-38: Royal "Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough
1938-41: In charge of Air Defence Research Section, Air Ministry
1940: Secretary to British Technical Mission to USA
1941-58: Various directing appointments at Ministry of Aircraft Production and Ministry of Supply
1958-65: Director General of Aircraft General Services, Ministry of Aviation
1965-66: Technical Adviser (Civil) to Ministry of Aviation
10th Sept 1980: Died
The collection held at Churchill Archives Centre covers Woodward-Nutt's early career at the Royal Aircraft Establishment and the Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment, and his post-war career in the Ministry of Aviation.
The collection was given to Churchill Archives Centre in June 1982 by Mr Woodward-Nutt's widow, Mrs Gladys Woodward-Nutt.