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Michael Joseph Doyle Papers

An inventory of his papers at the Pan Am Flight 103/Lockerbie Air Disaster Archives at Syracuse University

Summary

Creator: Doyle, Michael Joseph
Title: Michael Joseph Doyle Papers
Dates: 1988-2006
Size: 1 box; .25 linear foot
Abstract: The Michael Joseph Doyle Papers contain news clippings, correspondence, and other materials related to Michael Joseph Doyle, killed in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103, as well as materials related to Victims of Pan Am Flight 103, Inc. and the Arlington Memorial Cairn.
Language: English
Repository: Pan Am Flight 103/Lockerbie Air Disaster Archives
Syracuse University Libraries
222 Waverly Ave., Suite 600
Syracuse, NY 13244-2010
http://archives.syr.edu/panam/

Biography

Photograph of Michael Joseph Doyle

Michael "Mike" Joseph Doyle was the manager of accounting research and projects at the Scott Paper Co. in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He was flying home after a business trip to London. Mike was born in White Plains, New York on May 21, 1958. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting and business management from the University of Dayton in 1980, in addition to being accredited as a Certified Public Accountant. Mike was survived by his wife, Noreen; and his daughter, Kelly, who was just nineteen months old at the time of the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103. He also left behind his mother and sister.

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Scope and Content Note

The Michael Joseph Doyle Papers comprise seven series related to Michael Joseph Doyle, killed in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103, as well as materials related to Victims of Pan Am Flight 103, Inc. and the Arlington Memorial Cairn. These series include: Clippings; Correspondence; Memorabilia; Press Releases; Printed Materials; and Writings. The Memorabilia series contains a fabric sign, held at the 10th anniversary memorial cairn service.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

There are no access restrictions for this collection.

Use Restrictions

Written permission must be obtained from the Pan Am Flight 103 Archives and all relevant rights holders before publishing quotations, excerpts or images from any materials in this collection.

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Related Material

The Pan Am Flight 103 Archives contains additional materials and information related to the Michael Joseph Doyle Papers. Related collections include:

On Eagles' Wings Collection

Syracuse University: Individuals Collection

Victims of Pan Am Flight 103, Inc. Collection

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Selected Search Terms

Names

Doyle, Michael Joseph.
Syracuse University -- History.
Syracuse University.

Subjects

Lockerbie, Scotland, Crash of Pan Am Flight 103, 1988.
Pan Am Flight 103 Bombing Incident, 1988.
Terrorism -- Government Policy -- United States -- Case Studies.
Terrorism -- Government Policy -- United States -- History.
Terrorism -- Government Policy -- United States.
Terrorism -- History -- 20th Century.
Lockerbie (Scotland).

Types of material

Clippings files.
Correspondence.
Photographs.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Michael Joseph Doyle Papers,
Pan Am Flight 103/Lockerbie Air Disaster Archives
Syracuse University Libraries

Acquisition Information

The Michael Joseph Doyle Papers were donated by Peter J. Sullivan in 2007.

Processing Information

The Michael Joseph Doyle Papers are fully processed.

Finding Aid Information

Created by: Vanessa L. St.Oegger-Menn
Date: March 2015
Revision history: April 2015 - Inventory added (VSOM)

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Arrangement

Materials are arranged chronologically within each series.

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Inventory

Clippings
Box 1 Clippings December 1988 - December 2006; Undated
Correspondence
Box 1 General April 1989-August 2002; Undated
Box 1 Victims of Pan Am Flight 103, Inc. June 1989-February 1990; Undated
Memorabilia
Box 1 10th Anniversary Sheet [December 1989]
Press Releases
Box 1 Press Releases November 1989-December 1989
Printed Materials
Box 1 Memorial Program December 21, 1990
Writings
Box 1 Lori Sullivan Poem ca. 1989

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