|FAMOUS FIRST FLIGHTS ACROSS THE ATLANTIC, Delear, Frank, Dodd Mead, 1979, vg/vg, see scan,
from the flight of the NC-4 in 1919 to
1978 (the first hot air balloon). photos, 205 pggs.
|| $11.00 |
|FAMOUS NEW ZEALAND AVIATORS, King, John, Grrantham House, 1998, Soft cover (as new).
13 of New Zealand's aviators from 1903 to the 1990s, photos, 199 pages. ||$28.00 |
|FIRST CROYDON AIRPORT 1915-1928, Learmonth, Nash & Clvetti, Sutton Libraries, 1977, fine copy,hardbound
for protection, see scan,
airport established in 1915 for aerial defense of London, it later became a major commercial airport,
photos, 87 pgs. ||$10.00|
|FLIGHT INTO HISTORY , Freudenthal, Elsbeth, University of Oklahoma, 1949, vg/vg (some wear), see scan,
The evaluation of contributions
to aviation bu the Wright Brothers * their relationship to other aviation pioneers, photos 268 pgs.
|| $15.00 |
| FLIGHT OF EAGLES, Karolevitz & Fenn, Brevet Press, 1974, vg/vg,
see photo, Kosciuszko Squadron of American volunteers who flew for
Poland against Russia 1919-20, photos, 281 pgs.
| FLIGHT OF ALCOCK AND BROWN , Wallace, Graham, Putnam, 1955, vg/vg (minor chipping),
see scan, They flew the first Trans-Atlantic flight in June 1919, photos, 312 pages.
. || $50.00 |
| FLIGHT OF THE SOUTHERN CROSS, Kinsford-Smith & Ulm, Robert M. McBride & Co., 1929,
vg/vg (lazer copy dj), see photo,
first trans-Pacific flight in 1928, flew from Oakland, California to Honolulu,
then on to Fiji and Brisbane, map & photos, 295 pgs.
|FLIGHT WITH POWER, Wragg, David, St. Martin's Press, 1978, f/f (as new), see scan,
Covers the first 10 years of powered flight, from the Wright brothers (1903) to the beginning of WW I,
many photos, 157 pgs.
|| $12.50 |
| FLYERS,THE Bridgeman, Brian, Self-published, 1989, f/f (as new), see scan,
British & Commonwealth aviators who as mercenaries in the 1920s & 1930s. Included are the Chanco War, Spanish Civil War.
Ethiopia, China & Finland, photos, 255 pgs.
|FLYING CATHEDRAL, Gould-Lee, Arthur, Methuen, 1965, vg/vg, see scan,
Samuel F. Cody, a Texan, built & flew the first aeroplane in Great Britain (1908), photos, 272 pgs.
| FLYING COLD, Maclean & Rossiter, Epicenter Press, 1993, Soft cover (as new)see scan,
Chronicles Russel Merrill's daring 750-mile journey across the Gulf of Alaska in a flying boat with a single motor,
his first rescue mission by air, crash-landings, and strandings.many photos, 178 pgs.
|| $27.50 |
| FLYING MATILDA,
Ellison, Norman, Halstead Press, 1957, vg/vg (tape marks at upper edge), see scan,
Beginning with No. 4 Sqdn (A.F.C.) in WW I, the book brings to life Hudson Fysh, P.G. Taylor, Kingsford-Smith & other air pioneers, photos, 348 pgs.
|FLYING THE ATLANTIC IN SIXTEEN HOURS, Brown, Sir Arthur Whitten, Stokes, 1920, vg/vg,
see scan, Brown describes his first Atlantic crossing flight with
John Alcock in June, 1919, photos, 178 pages.
| FLYING WITNESS, Wallace, Graham, Putnam, 1958, vg/g (worn),
see scan, Covers the history
from 1906 to 1914 as seen by Harry Harper, Britains leading aero-correspondent, photos 272 pgs.
|| $25.00 |
| FROM BLERIOT TO SPITFIRE, Ogilvy, David (editor), Airlife, 1991,
vg, soft cover, see photo, flying the aircraft in the Shuttleworth collection, photos, 192 pgs.,
|| $12.95 |