The Engineers Club Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to support education in engineering and business professions; and the restoration and preservation of the historic Engineers Club of Dayton.
What ties together prehistoric tools, Ben Franklin, trust busting, railroads, drug laws, plastics, nanotubes and space travel? Visit Ropewalk, an educational documentary film sponsored by the Engineers Club of Dayton.
Visit Dayton Innovation Legacy, a multimedia website featuring Dayton innovators in their own words and pictures. Access over 100 Valley of the Giants and other biographical sketches originally published in Engineers Club newsletters.
The Engineers Club mission is to foster the advancement of business, education, engineering and science, and to promote the professional development of its members. Follow Club activities here.
The Wright Brothers ~ In Flight
Aviation pioneer Orville Wright was a founding member of the Engineers Club of Dayton and served as its 4th president. Witness footage from some of the world’s first public flights during 1908-1909 in Virginia, France and Italy. Includes the earliest motion pictures ever taken from an airplane.
Take a walking tour of the early Engineers Club, preserved in this 1935 motion picture. Enjoy a front row seat to history as founders Edward Deeds and Charles Kettering reminisce about the club. The reclusive Orville Wright makes a brief cameo and even speaks!
Courtesy of the NCR archive at Dayton History.
The Engineers Club of Dayton Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization.