| AERIAL YEAR BOOK AND WHO'S WHO IN THE AIR 1920,
Cross-Atlantic Newspaper Service, 1920, vg (card cover), see scan, the first attempt to bring he public the status of international aviation.
Many ads of manufactures of the aircraft industry, photos, 329 pgs.
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| LOG OF H.M.A. R 34, JOURNEY TO AMERICA AND BACK, Maitland, E.M. Air -Commodore, Hodder & Stoughton, 1921,
vg (original, rebound), the first double crossing of the Atlantic by air, a day by day account of the two flights,
the outward from East Fortune, Scotland to Mineola, New York and the return to Pulham, Norfolk, the westbound flight
was not without drama, over 97% of the ship's fuel supply was used up, the first aerial stowaway was discovered
& a severe storm encountered, the commander Captain G.H. Scott commented that he wouldn't have wanted to be in a
23-class rigid in the conditions the R34 passed through, two observers were carried - LLt CmdrZachary Lansdowne westbound
and Col. William Hensley on the return, Lansdowne unluckily lost his life in the SHENANDOAH breakup, Hensley became rather
notorious for his secret negotiations with the Zeppelin Co. for a rigid airship for the US Army, photos (1 photo missing), fold-out map, 168 pgs.
OFFICIAL AERO BLUE BOOK 1919,
Woodhouse, Henry, Century, 1919, Fine condition (tight binding, 2 marks that indicate it one belonged to a public library),
see scan, covers all things aerial, including transportation, sports, mail service, records, pilot lists,
trophies & Aeronautial Associations, it covers civil aviation not WW I, maps, drawings, many photos, 202 pgs of text, 30 pgs in front & 16 pgs in rear of advertising.
|PRACTICAL AERONAUTICS, Hayward, Charles, American Technical Society, 1917, vg (inked name, the spine has been professionally rebuilt),
originally published in 1912, this is the 1917 edition which was updated to 1917, Example of illustrations, the theory of and history of balloons, dirigibles & aviation and aero engines. There are also descriptions of more than 30 current aircraft types, photos & many illustrations, 769 pgs.
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WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN AERONAUTICS - 1928, Gardner, Lester,
Aviation Pubishing Corp., 1928, original publication with flexible cover (some clear tape reinforcement along the inside edges),
The first 132 pages list short biographies of people involved in any aviation. The last 40 pages
list the licensed piots as of 1928 with license numbers, along with some ads. || $45.00|