Dwiggins, Don, J. B. Lippincott, 1966, vg/vg, see photo,
Exhibition flying from balloons in the late 1700s to the aerobatic jet teams of the 1960s, photos, 226 pgs.
| ALASKA CAVLADE, Sherman, Dean, Alaska Life Publishing, 1943, Good (cover wear, 1/2 page missing). see scan,
Photographic history of Alaska including sections on bush flying & WW II period, mostly photos, 302 pgs.
|| $7.50 |
|BARNSTORMING TO BUSH FLYING 1910-1930, Corley-Smith, Peter, Sono Nis Press, 1989, vg (soft cover, upper corner bend), see photo,
history of barnstorming & bush flying in British Columbia with photographs, 242 pgs.
| BLACK CATS AND OUTSIDE LOOPS, Bohrer, Walt, Plere Publishing, 1989, fine (pictorial cover),
Inscribed by author, see scan, Biography of Tex Rankin, barn stormer, air racer & flight instructor. Includes 2 brochures
from the Oregon Aviation Museum, photos, 225 pgs.
|FIREBIRDS, West, Bruce, illustrated by James Lumbers,
Ministry of Natural Resources, 1974, vg/vg, see photo, bush flying, account of the first 50 years of Ontario Provincial
Air Service, photos & drawings, 258 pgs. ||$7.50|
|CANADA'S AVIATION PIONEERS - 50 YEARS OF McKEE TROPHY WINNERS, Sutherland, Alice, McGraw- Hill, 1978, f/f (as new),
see scan, signed by author, The winners of the McKee Trophy 1927 to 1977, photos, 304 pages.
|| $27.50 |
Carson, Annette, Foulis, 1986, f/f (as new), see scan,
An illustrated history of aerobatics. European countries and the United States are represented, many photos, 320 pgs.
| FLYING COLES,
Cole, Duane, Ken Cook, 1974 vg (soft cover), see scan,
Duane Cole soloed in 1938 & flew his first airshow in 1940. During WW II, he taught flying under the C.P.T.P.
After the war, he & his brothers formed the Cole Brother Air Shows, photos, 108 pgs.
|FORD AIR TOURS 1925-1931, Forden, Leslie, Nottingham Press, 2002, vg, (hardback with pictorial cover), see photo,
signed by author on title page, narrative & pictorial history of the seven National Air Tour
competions for the Edsel B. Ford Reliability Trophy, many photos 202 pgs.
| GEE BEE RACERS, Mendenhall, Charles, Specialty Press,
1994, new, soft cover, see photo,
photos & line drawings, 179 pgs.||$16.00|
|GREAT ATLANTIC AIR RACE, Rowe, Percy, McClelland & Stewart, 1977, f/f, se scan,
Early attempts to cross the Atlantic, climaxed by the Alcock & Brown flight in 1919, 40 photos, 224 pgs. || $10.00 |
| MYSTERY SHIP, Phillips, Edward, Flying Books, 1999, new, soft cover, see photo,
Travel Air Type R, won the 1929 Thompson at over 200 mph, many photos, 93 pgs.
|NATIONAL AIR RACES - 1932, Mandrake, Charles, Speed, 1976, vg (soft cover, spiral bound), see photo, pictorial review of the 1932 air races in Cleveland, racing results,
list of trophies, many photos, 60 pgs.||$15.00 |
| SCHNEIDER TROPHY RTORY, Eves, Edward, MBI, 2001, f/f (as new), see scan,
Attracting entries from the U.S., Great Britain, France, and Italy, the Schneider Trophy fostered a rapid advance
in aviation technology. This book devotes an entire chapter to each of the 12 races, with details of pre-race planning,
navigation and seaworthiness trials, the race itself, and, of course, aircraft designs and engines. photos, drawings, maps, 253 pgs.
|| $20.00 |
|SEASON OF EAGLES, A, |
Hull, Robert, Bob Hull Books, 1984, f/f, see scan.
the author continues ro seaarch for personal stories of air racing peronnel from the 1930s, but continues into the
1940s, photos 297 pgs.
Allard, Noel, Burgess-Beckwith, 1976, vg/vg (has a scratch mark), see photo, signed by author,
Biography of Charles Holman, Speed" Holman won the 1930 Thompson Trophy, 1st pilot for Northwest Airways, many photos, 87 pgs.
|SKYRACERS, THE, Hood, Joseph, Grosset & Dunlap, 1969, vg/vg,
see scan, From the air racing beginnings in 1909
through the highights of the 1920s & 1930s, photos, 160 pgs.|| $22.50 |
|VAGABONDS OF THE SKY McAllister, Bruce, Roundup Press, 2004, new, soft cover, see photo,
photographic history of America's barnstorming pilots & daredevils, 151 pgs.
|| $5.00 |
| WEDELL-WILLIAMS AIR SERVICE,
Hirsch & Schultz, Little Butes, 2001, soft cover (as new), see scan,
Wedell-Williams was most noted for their
sucessful aircraft at the National Air Races through out the 1930s, 3-views, many photos, 120 pgs.