| MAN HAS LEARNED TO FLY - 1929, |
Reid Murdoch (Monarch Foods) published a 24 page booklet with a chronology of aviation history. There is a fold-out airline map published by the Ford Motor Company. $7.50
|WHAT YOUR TOWN NEEDS FOR THE COMING AIR AGE - 1946, |
Piper, William, Piper Aircraft Corp, 1946, very good (soft cover booklet, water stain on upper right hand corner, no marks), Piper writes the air age is going to expand your down & you should enjoy the benefits, illustrated, 34 pages.
ARKANSAS HISTORICAL QUARTERLY - SUMMER 1959 |
Very good (soft cover, no marks), 31 page article on native son, Field Kindley, a 12 victory ace with the 148th Aero Squadron, 109 pages.
|WINNIE MAE VEGA,
Spec Cast Issue is a replica of the Winnie Mae on display in the EAA Air Adventure Museum, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Features include rotating prop & wheels, coin bank access, limited edition production & heavy die-cast metal construction. Wing span measures approx. 11 inches
USAF AIRCRAFT PHOTOS, |
45 full page photos from the Wright Flyer (1909) to the P-80 (1945) + 15 sheets of more modern aircraft, helicopters & rockets.
GERMAN WW II AIRMEN - 9 PHOTOGRAPHS, |
Goering, Galland, Molders & Hitler himself. One photo is of the funeral service for Molders killed in a plane crash.
MARCH FIELD - 1943,|
15 color views.
| SHEPPARD FIELD - 1942 |
20 training photos.
|WW II ENVELOPES (3), |
honoring Air Force Generals - Hap Arnold; Chennault; Doolittle.
|WW II ENVELOPES (4), |
honoring President Franklin Roosevelt.
|4 FIRST DAY COVERS, |
Canadian pioneer aircraft.
|20 AIRPLANE POST CARDS & 20 MATCHING (unused) STAMPS - 1996, |
|LUFTWAFFE 1946, |
16 cards featuring German project aircraft, 2 1/2" x 3 1/2", 3 views on back of cards, in plastic case.