| FORD AIR TOURS, 1925-1931, |
Forden, Leslie, Nottingham Press, 1973,, Very good copy, pictorial cover,Signed by author, The tours, sponsored by Ford ran over the Eastern half of the U.S. & let the various manufactures to promote the reliability of their aircraft, many photos, 202 pages.
|NORTH TO THE ORIENT,|
Lindbergh, Anne, Harcourt Brace, 1935, vg/vg, This ws a gift to Jackie Cochran from an ex-air mail pilot, Wesley Smith. Jackie also signed her book plate. She describes the 1931 flight from NY to Alaska to Siberia to Japan & China with Charles, maps, 255 pgs.
|ABOVE THE BRIGHT BLUE SKY, |
Springs, Elliot White, Doubleday, 1928, vg, This is a copy Number 123 of 140 copies of a special edition and is signed by Springs. More about warbirds, 275 pages.
|LET'S GO WHERE THE ACTION IS|
Eder, Jack, Jaare, 1984, Fine, soft cover , Signed by Douglas Campbell & Jack Eder (editor_, Douglas Campbell's wartime experiences, 6 victory ace of the 94th Aero Sqdn., WW I, 97 pgs.
| RYAN THE AVIATOR,|
Wagner, William, McGraw Hill, 1971, f/f (as new), signed by Wagner & inscribed by Ryan, T. Claude Ryan was a pilot, aircraft manufacture & pilot trainer. His most famous was Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis, photos, 253 pages.
signed by both editors Donald McGee & Roger Bender, #274 of a limited edition,
AMERICA'S FIRST EAGLES, Thayer, Lucien, Bender, 1983, f/f, official history of the U.S. Air Service 1917-1918, photos & illustrations, 360 pgs. |