|HEROES OF THE 483rd, |
Grimm, Jacob, 483rd B.G. Assoc.,Fine (issued with pictorial cover, as new), B-17 Group (15th A.F.), the book is composed of experiences of each combat crew, photos, 306 pages.
|493rd FIGHTER SQUADRON, , |
Cooper, J. Col Editor, Souther Heritage Press, Fine copy (pictorial cover, as new), 493rd Fighter Bomber Squadron (P-47s), 9th A.F. operated from France & Germany 1944 & 1945, photos 296 pages
| UNCHARTED SKIES, |
Henry, Walter, Canadian Bush Pilot Project, f/f, the personal adventures of 25 Canadian bush pilots, photos, 191 pgs.
| VISIONS OF LUSSCOMBE, |
Zazas, James, Sunshine House, 1993, fine (soft cover, as new). After working at Monocoupe for several years, Don Luscombe started his own company in 1933. This covers mostly the pre-war years, photos, 319 pages.
| SUPER SOLUTION, |
E.A.A., 1981, Fine (soft cover, as new), The story of Laird's Super Solution which won the 1931 Bendix Trophy Race piloted by Jimmy Doolittle, photos, 58 pages.
|SPEED KING: RUDY KLING, |
Britzke, Ron, LRA Inc., 1974, fine (soft cover), Kling went from farm boy to winning the T hompson Trophy & Greve races in 1937. He was killed in a crash later that year in Miami. photos, 82 pgs.
|PIONEER PILOT, |
Cooper, Jo (Editor). Converse Publishing, 1993, fine (soft cover, as new), Fine copy (soft cover, as new), Biography of Walter Lees' aviation career. In 1911 to 1932, he became an aviation mechanic. Became a pilot instructor during WW I, test pilot for Packard & set an endurance record for time in the air in 1931, photos, 162 pages.
|WINGS ON THE SCREEN, AN, |
Skogsberg, Bertil, A.S. Banks, 1981, f/f, history of aviation oriented movies, worldwide, photos, 210 pgs.
| TALES OF AN OLD AIR-FARING MAN, |
Collins, Paul, Universit of Wisconcin, 1983, vg (soft cover), The author instructed Army pilots in WW I, barnstormed a couple of years, in Air Mail Service to the late 20s. Then with N.A.T. Ludington Airlines & Northeast Airlines, photos, 188 pgs.
|U.S. ARMY AIR SERVICE NEWSLETTER - 1925, |
This is the complete year 1925. They formerly were in the Smithsonian Library. There are 21 issues, hardbound which contain 1925 military aviaition news.
|AERIAL AGE MAGAZINES - Oct, 1922 to June, 1923 , |
Prior to July , 1922 this was publishsed as Aerial Age Weekly. The 7 issues are it's successor, Aerial Age.
The issues are:
1922 - Oct (2 ads cut out) & Nov
. 1923 - Jan (lower left corner gone), Feb, April May & June .
(Otherwise, they are complete)