|MR. PIPER AND HIS CUBS, |
Francis, Devon, Iowa State University Press, 1973, f/f (as new),
Included are 2 inserts (A Biographical article from Pennsylvania History Magazine & a Piper Plant Vistor's Guide),
a biography of William Piper and his company, photos, 256 pages.
|MAJ. T.B. McGUIRE STORY,
Covello, Art (Editor), Akron Printing, 1981, vg (soft cover), see scan,
a tribute ro Tommy McGuire, America's 2nd leading WW II ace. Includes a brief history of McGuire Air Force Base, photos, 24 pages.
| MAGNIFICENT MOISANTS, THE, Rich, Doris, Smithsonian, 1998, new with dj
new, see photo, Illinois family performed pre-WW I air shows, taught
Harriet Quimby to fly, photos, 248 pgs.
| MAD MAJOR, Draper, Major Christopher, Air Review Ltd., 1962, vg/vg, see photo,
autobiography, RFC flyer in WW I and later flew under the Tower Bridge in London. photos, 231 pgs.
| MAN FLIES - STORY OF ALBERTO SANTOS-DUMONT, Winters, Nancy, Ecco Press, 1997, new, see photo,
internationally acclaimed as the first man to fly, Santos-Dumont was feted for several years in Europe
& America before learning that the Wright Brothers, whose early efforts had been discounted, had actually preceded him,
photos & illustrations, 160 pgs.
|MAN ON THE TWENTY DOLLAR NOTE, McNalty, Ward, Reed, 1976, f/f (as new), see scan,
The life of Charles Kingsford-Smith, Australia's leading pioneer pilot. He began flying in WW I.
Later, he did a Trans-Pacific flight and was the first to fly over the Tasman Sea to New Zealand, photos, 216 pages.
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| MARTIN MARAUDER AND THE FRANKLIN ALLENS, Mrozek, Guggham & Newekkm Sunflower University, 1980, fine (soft cover),
see scan, Franklin Allen was a B-26 pilot who flew in the SW Pacific & later transferred to the 9th AF in Europe.
This book is mainly composed of letters between Allen & his wife during the war, many photos, 544 pages.
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|MERCY PILOT, Tordoff, Dirk, Epicenter Press, 2002, fine (soft cover, as new), see scan,
Joe Crosson, noted for his mercy missions in A laska, helped in the serach for Ben Eilson, who crashed in Siberia & brought Wiley Post's body
back to the U.S., photos, 256 pgs.
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|'MICK', Dudgeon, James M., Robert Hale, 1981, f/f, see photo,
biography of Major Edward Mannock, 208 pgs.
| MUDHOLE SMITH - ALASKA FLIER, Janson, Lone, Alaska Northwest Publishing, fine (soft cover), see scan,
1981, his biography from barnstormer to bush pilot, taught himself how to fly, provided air service
to remote villages, spotting enemy submarines in WW II, photos, 143 pgs.
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| NEW ENGLAND AVIATORS - TWO VOLUMES, Houghton Mifflin, 1920, 2 Volume set in very good condition
(previous owner's book plate on inside cover). see scan,
Short biographies of over 500 aviators in the Air Services from 1914 to 1918, photos of most, total of 952 pages..
| NINE LIVES, Deere, Alan Group Capt., Hodder & Stoughton, 1959, vg/g (worn, edge wear, minor foxing).
see scan, The author had 22 victories from the Battle of Britain through mid-1943m mostly with 54 Squadron, photos, 262 pgs.
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|NORTH TO THE ORIENT, Lindbergh, Anne, Harcourt Brace, 1935, vg/vg, see scan,
This ws a gift to Jackie Cochran from an ex-air mail pilot, Wesley Smith. Jackie also signed her
book plate. see scan, She describes the 1931 flight from NY to Alaska to Siberia to Japan & China with
Charles, maps, 255 pgs.
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|PIONEER AIRCRAFT 1903-14,
Munson, Kenneth, Macmillan Co., vg/vg, see photo, 79 color plates, 82 pages of text covering pre-WW I aircraft.
|PIONEER AVIATORS OF THE WORLD,
Matthews, Hart, McFarland, 2003, new (issued w/o dj),see photo,
the first pilots from each of a hundred countries have their stories told in this work,
a brief biography & description of his or her attempts to fly are provided for each early aviator,
except in a very few cases where facts are hard to find, photos, 208 pgs.
|PIONEER BUSH PILOT, Harkey, Ira, University of Washington, 1974, vg/vg, bio of Noel Wien, see scan, after a barnstorming period, he moved to Alaska &
was their first bush pilot. He later founded Wien Alaska Airways, photos, 307 pgs.
|QUICK AND THE DEAD,
Waterton, W.A., Muller, 1956, vg/vg, see scan,
After service in the RAF in WW II, the author became chief test pilot for Gloster Aircraft company. He tells the thrills & near fatal hazards in that line of work, photos, 237 pages.
|REAR ADMIRAL BYRD AND THE POLAR EXPEDITION, Foster, Coram, A.L. Burt, 1930, vg, see scan,
Byrd's flight (1926) over the North Pole & (1929) over the South Pole, photos, 287 pgs. || $15.00 |
| REAPER LEADER, Ewings, Steve. Naval Institute Press, 2002, f/f (as new), see scan, Life of Jimmy Flateley, at the age
of 36 his combat career began at the Battle of Coal Sea with VF-42. He later led VF-10 in the Solomons & helped
develope tactics that made the Wildcat superior to the Zero, photos, 384 pgs.
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|REUBEN FLEET, Wagner, William, Aero, 1976, f/f, see scan,
Biography of Reuben Fleet & the history
of Consolidated aircraft, many photos, 324 pgs.|| $25.00 |
| R.G. SMITH, THE MAN AND HIS ART,
Smith, R.J. Schiffer, 1999, new, see scan,
autobiography of the noted aviation artist, featuring 140 of
his works, many illustrations, 112 pgs.
| RYAN, THE AVIATOR, Wagner, William, McGraw-Hill 1971, vg/vg,see photo, inscribed by Ryan & signed by Wagner.
, see scan, Bio of T.Claud Ryan, and his aircraft manufacturing company, many photos, 253 pgs.
|| $85.00 Unsigned copy available for $20.00 |