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FA: THE AIRCRAFT YEAR BOOK FOR 1931
THE AIRCRAFT YEAR BOOK FOR 1931
Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce of America: THE AIRCRAFT YEAR BOOK FOR 1931
New York: Van Nostrand, 1931. First edition. Very Good with no dust jacket.
Frontis tissue guard torn. Name written on reverse of frontis. Corners
bumped, head and tail of spine worn, light soil. Pages 9-13 soiled. Pages
lightly creased. Fore-edges lightly stained. Pages uniformaly age-darkened.
Badly opened between pages 2 and 3.
607 pages, index, appendices, chronology, trade index, folding maps.
Copiously illustrated with photos and drawings. Frontis is an aerial view of
a modern city, with aircraft and a zeppelin.
Indices to Progress
The Nation's Air Lines
Latin America by Air
World Airship Services
The Army Air Corps
The Navy's Flying Fleet
History Making Flights
Producing American Engines
Wings of Commerce
Air Terminals on Land and Sea
Airplanes: Jacks of all Trades
Aviation in School
With the Private Flier
Wings for Women
The Lawmaker in Aviation
The Engineering Laboratory
starting bid = $40.00
Don & Meg Jernigan
The Ink Company
5930 Dillingham Avenue
Shreveport, LA 71106
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