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Miscellaneous

  • Lufthansa Condor Zeppelin Mailbag

     Cloth sack, 4.5x10", imprinted with blue text on the front.  The reverse has a printed address block and six cancelled Brazilian stamps (cancellation fuzzy and unreadable).  Very good condition (empty and unsealed).  Likely transported from Brazil to Germany on the Graf Zeppelin.  Very good. 

    $215.00
    $215.00
    21-ZEPP-357
  • Clara Adams Promotional Flyer - 1932

     Four-page 8.5x11" promotional piece for speaking engagements by this famous "First-Flyer".  Produced by her management company and offering speeches by this first woman paying passenger on the Graf Zeppelin, Hindenburg and DO-X Flying Boat.  The flyer is circa 1932 so Clara had not yet flown on the Hindenburg; she is well-known for her promotion of aviation and was the first woman paying-passenger to fly around the world on passenger aircraft.  The flyer has some old tape repairs on the cover and inside.  Surely, not many of these survived so condition is not paramount.

    $85.00
    $85.00
    21-ZEPP-354
  • U.S.S. Gunard (SSN662) Tour Brochure - circa 1980

     14pp, illus, 5.5x8.5", illus.  Contents include "How a Submarine is Organized", bio of the skipper, photos of the Gunard in the Arctic and Australia, ship's officer roster, history of the USS Gunard, command history of the WWII SS-254 "Gunard", the Mission and the Powerplant (nuclear).  Good.

    $10.00
    $10.00
    21-MISC-34
  • Kimberly-Clark Paper Catalog with Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome Theme - circa 1970

     Fancy large 9x12" catalog with interspersed stories and color photos of Cole Palen's Aerodrome along with seven sample letterheads on different paper. 12pp, color illus, heavy card covers.  Very good.

    $18.00
    $18.00
    21-MISC-33
  • 1970 National Antique Airplane Assoc Fly-In Program

     42pp, illus, 8.5x11".  History, articles, ads, pics of Grand Champion aircraft thru the years, list of clubs/types, etc.  Excellent.

    $12.00
    $12.00
    21-CAT-26
  • Aviation Institute of USA Enrollment Package - 1930

     Package includes a cover letter from this Washington D.C. home study (?) course offering company, two-page "hoorah" letter, enrollment blank, and a sample news bulletin.  Complete, never accomplished example of the hype of aviation in the Golden Age!  Excellent.

    $18.00
    $18.00
    21-MISC-31
  • Certificate of Flight - 1927

     Bi-fold folder for a flight from Eddie Martin's Airport, Santa Ann, California.  4pp, illus, 7.5x8" open.  Certificate filled out in pencil with the apparent dte of 5 June 1927.  Very good, unusual. SOLD

    $0.00
    $0.00
    21-MISC-30
  • Mt. Healthy Airport "RECOLLECTIONS" - circa 1960

     Typed manuscript by Frank Scholle.  97pp, 8.5x11", loose pages, copy sent to interested parties as stated in the included letter to collector Hans Dam.  First six pages are a history of this Cincinnati airport from 1927-1955.  Following is a description of airport activities and then an index of important people who were connected to Mt. Healthy.  Finally there are personal accounts by about 15 important personalities in the Mt. Healthy story.  Very good.

    $25.00
    $25.00
    21-B-37
  • OX5 Reunion Program - 1970

     15th Annual National Convention, Oct 22-24, 1970, Baer Field, Fort Wayne, Indiana.  28pp, illus, 8.5x11", wrps.  Interesting articles by Paul Hobrock (1910-1927 aviation recollections), about Art Smith "The Bird Boy of Fort Wayne", Tiny Broadwick "The Girl Doll of Aviation", and Emma Adamson, the first lady jumper in Indiana.  Very good.

    $15.00
    $15.00
    21-MISC-29
  • Air Commerce Regulations - 1929

     Aeronautics Bulletin No. 7, Air Commerce Regulations, 1926 amended to Sep 1, 1929.    Wash DC, USGPO, 1929.  30pp, wrps, 6x9".  Included is the original mailing envelope.  More interesting is a letter from Commerce signed by the Acting Medical Director saying: "A pilot's license cannot be issued to an applicant whose vision is poor without glasses"!  And then an inserted extract stating that vision must be at least 20/50 and correctable.  Very good. SOLD

    $0.00
    $0.00
    21-MISC-28