The Evans Library at the Florida Institute of Technology (FIT) in Melbourne, FL hosts a special collection of materials chronicling Edwin A. Link's pioneering research and engineering in aviation and underwater exploration. They have digitized much of their Edwin A. and Marion Link Special Collection which can be viewed online. Click here to browse FIT's digital special collections.
The Binghamton University Libraries in Binghamton, NY host the Binghamton University's Edwin A. Link and Marion Clayton Link Collections. The Link Collections include approximately 25,000 items that tell the history of Edwin A. Link, Marion C. Link, and the Link Foundation from 1939 through the 1990's. Many of the items have been digitized and can be viewed online at the Link Digital Archives.
The Smithsonian Marine Station at Fort Pierce is located at 701 Seaway Drive in Ft. Pierce, FL. In 1969, Ed Link chose Ft. Pierce as the location for his continued ocean exploration research and the development and engineering of submersibles.
The Smithsonian Institution hosts some information and photographs of the Links in their digital collections. Click the links below to view some of the digitized content: