|AUGUST EULER & HIS AIRPLANES 1909-1920 - Volumes 1 & 2, |
Dussing, Michael (translator), Aeronaut, 2018, new (soft cover),August Euler was an important German aviation pioneer; he gained German pilotís license No.1, designed and built airplanes, was a flight instructor, & created a flight school. After WWI he served as Germanyís Secretary of State for aviation. The book is published in two volumes totaling 440 pages with 396 photos & 136 drawings plus 1/48 scale drawings of six Euler aircraft. Volume 1 has 206 pages, 235 photos, 32 graphics & scale drawings of 2 aircraft. Volume 2 has 234 pages, 161 photos,136 graphics & scale drawings of 4 aircraft.
|THE OLD RHINEBECK AERODROME, |
Bainbridge, Gordon, Exposition Press, f/f, Signed by Cole Palen, story of Cole Palen and his living museum, photos, 234 pgs.
|ROLAND BEAMONT - signed photograph, |
He was an RAF fighter pilot with 491 operational sorties (Hurricanes, Typhoons & Tempests). He was shot down in October, 1944. He finished the war with 6 1/2 aircraft & 32 V-1s destroyed.
|MARTIN JENSEN (1900-1992) - signed envelope & photo, |
A former Naval pilot & barnstormer, he was most noted for his second place finish in the 1927 Dole Race. There are 2 signatures, on on the envelope (July 24, 1929) & the other on the photo of his airplane in the race (Aloha).
| SIR HUDSON-FYSH (1895-1974) - signed envelope, |
Fysh was one of the founders of Australia's Quantas Airline, 1920. In 1921, they began operations. The signature is on an envelope marking the 50th anniversary of the first England to Australia flight in 1919.
|FRANK WHITTLE (1907-1996) - signed postcard, |
He was the father of the British jet engine which first ran in 1937. The first Gloster experimental jet flew in 1941. The Gloster Meteor I was the only Allied jet to see action in WW II. He signed on a post card (Sept. 3, 1954) the first day of issue & the U.S. 4 cent airmail stamp.
|AIR RACE PROGRAMS |
Los Angeles National Air Races May 27-30, 1966
California National Air Races & Air Show Mojave June 20-22, 1975
California National Air Races & Air Show Mojave June 18 - 20, 1976
California National Air Races & Air Show Mojave Oct 27-29, 1978
California National Air Races & Air Show Mojave Sept 20-23, 1990
Reno National Championship Air Races Sept 14-16, 1973
Reno National Championship Air Races Sept 14-16, 1979
Reno National Championship Air Races Sept 11 - 14, 1986
Reno National Championship Air Races Sept 17 - 20, 1987
Reno National Championship Air Races Sept 15-18, 1988
Reno National Championship Air Races Sept 14-17, 1989
Reno National Championship Air Races Sept 12-15, 2002
California Air Classic (no program, just photos) 1973 (no charge)
Reno National Championship Air Races Sept 16-18, 1993
Reno National Championship Air Races Sept 12-15 , 1996
75 cents each
|NACA AIRCRAFT CIRCULARS, |
Booklets providing descriptions & performance data on foreign-built aircraft from the early 1930s.
They have photos & detailed drawings.
#175 Heinkel He-64c - German
#179 (5/33) Westland Wallace - British
#188 (2/34) Avia 51 - Czech
#190 (5/34) Short Scylla - British
#191 (5/34) Avro 642 - British
#192 (6/34) Bernard 82 - French
#195 (8/34) British Klemm Eagle - British
#196 (9/34) Avro Autogiro - British
#199 (3/35) Boulton-Paul P.71A - British
#200 (2/36) Short Scion Senior - British
| THE DAY THEY ALMOST BOMBED MOSCOW, |
Dobson & Miller, Anteneum, 1986, vg/vg, The WW I allies carried out a crusade against Bollshevism in Russia, 1918-1920. The story of the clash. photos, 288 pgs.
|AS THE WALLS CAME TUMBLING DOWN , |
Fishman, Jack, MacMillan, 1982, vg/vg, On Feb. 18, 1944, the RAF bombed the Amiens Prison, allowing 700 prisoners to escape. One of the esccapers had the secrets of the upcoming D-Day invasion, photos, 422 pgs.