| SKY ROADS, |
Gann, Ernest, Thomas Crowell, 1940, vg/vg (original), inscribed by Gann,' Dear Henry, I don't know how I could fly one of the blimps without you in it! Best E.K. Gann" this Gann's first book, he offers an inside look at why an airplane flies & being an airline pilot. He flew with American Airlines, photos, 123 pages.
| SCOTT'S BOOK, |
Scott, C.W.A., Hodder& Stoughton, 1934, vg/vg,, signed by Scott, After setting the record flight (England to Australia in 1931 & 1932, he won the McRobertson Race (1934) flying the D.H. 88 Comet. He beat the old record by over 100 hours, photos, 264 pages.
|BATAAN - OUR LAST DITCH, |
Whitman, John, Hippocrene, 1990, f/f, The defence of Bataan by ill-equipped out numbered forces, photos, 754 pages.
|AMERICAN FLYING BOAT, |
Knott, Richard, Naval Institute, 1979, f/f (as new), Fine condition with dust jacket, no marks, tight binding, from the 1910 Curtiss Albany Flyer to the 1960 Martin P6M Seamaster, many photos, 3-views & maps, 262 pages.
|B-25 MITCHELL AT WAR, |
Scutts, Jerry, Motobooks, 1983, f/f, The B-25 was used in all theatres, beginning with the D oolittle Raid in 1942 through the end of the war. This book is signed by 6 veterans of the 310th Bomb Group which was based around the Mediterranean. many photos, 144 pgs.
| AIR AMERICA,|
Robbins, Christopher, Putnam, 1979, f/f, signed by author, Air America evolved from C.A.T. (Chennault) & was operated in Asia by the CIA. They flew secret missions in Burma, Tibet, Indonesia, Laos & Viet Nam, 323 pages
| SKY PILOT IN ARNHEM LAND, |
Smith, K. Langford, Angus & R obertson, 1935, vg/vg, The author was a on a mission to an isolated area of North Australia (Arnhem Land) in 1931. He acquired a DH Gypsy Moth to better extend services to the Aborigines of the area, photos, 272 pgs.
| FLYING THE P-12,|
Wallick & Bowers, Classic Publications, 1982, fine (soft cover), the history of the Boeing P-12 (Navy F4B), as presented by the Museum Of Flight, Seattle, many photos, 90 pgs.
|BOOK OF WESTLAND AIRCRAFT, Lukins, A.H., Harborough Publishing, 1973, fine condition,
Westland Aircraft Works was founded in 1915. The company started with the Short "Two-two-five" seaplane for the British Navy, and it built 34 seaplanes before turning its hand to land planes. There followed the "Wagtail", the "Weasel", the "Limousine", the "Widgeon Mark III", the "Wapiti", the "Lysander", and others. They"re all here, complete with photos, specifications and 3-way views, incl. some fold-outs, 104 pgs.
| BOOK OF MILES AIRCRAFT, Lukins, A.H., Harborough, 1945, vg (cover wear, embossed ), details & descroptions of the aircraft & projects of Miles Aircraft Ltd, many photos, 3-views,
79 pgs. |
| FORTY YEARS ON......... published by Handley Page Ltd., 1949, good condition, no dj (worn), history of Handly Page with photos of all the aircraft they manufactured in their first 40 years, 94 pgs.