• "Slipstream", Silver Wings Fraternity Newsletter - Clayton Brukner Personal Copies

    SKU: 21-MAG-59

     Eighteen (18) issues of this 4 page, 7x9" newsletter, dated March 1959- April 1963.  Most are hand-addressed to Clayton Brukner (1896-1977) in Troy, Ohio, Aviation Hall of Fame inductee and famous president/designer of Waco Aircraft.  Brukner was a true aviation pioneer and Waco became the largest producer of commercial aircraft in the 1930's.  

    Price: $75.00
  • "Wings" Magazine - 1920

    SKU: 21-MAG-58

     Wings, The Official Organ of the Cleveland Aviation Club, May 1, 1920.  Vol I, No. VIII.  38pp, illus, 8x11".  Reports on the aero clubs of Ohio cities such as Toledo, Akron, Columbus, etc.  Many photos of a/c and pilots plus wonderful period ads.  Covers loose and lightly soiled, text block very good.

    Price: $25.00
  • The Bell Ordnance News, 40 issues - 1944/45

    SKU: 21-MAG-57

     Likely superceded the publication below.  This one is also 8.5x11" but now includes type-set text and photographs.  Still one page, both sides, this lot includes 40 weekly issues beginning with Vol. 1 No. 1, Mar 31, 1944 thru Jun 1, 1945.  Very good.  A continuing look at life in a WWII aircraft production plant, Burlington, Vermont.

    Price: $55.00
  • Burlington Bell Newsletter - 1943/44

    SKU: 21-MAG-56

     Bell Aircraft Ordnance Division one-sheet newsletter, 12 issues, printed both sides, 8.5x11".  Covers plant and community news, Vol #1 is included which begins with the "Purpose" of the publication.  It looks like it was sporadically published on a weekly basis.  Interesting snapshot of what was going on and important in a wartime production plant.  Good condition.

    Price: $18.00
  • U.S. Air Service Magazine Lot of 93 - 1923/1940

    SKU: 21-MAG-55

    Nice collection of this "Golden Age of Flight" magazine.  There are 93 different issues,1922 to 1940.  The years, including the number from each year: 1922(1), 1923(3), 1924(1), 1925(1), 1926(3), 1927(4), 1928(7), 1929(3), 1930(6), 1931(9), 1932(10), 1933(8), 1934(8), 1935(9), 1936(1), 1937(5), 1938(5), 1939(9), 1940(1).  All are in good or better condition. The 1922 to 1927 issues are 8x10.75" and in 1928 the size increased to 9x12.  This is a real bargain price for a large lot of this comprehensive and difficult-to-find periodical.  (Shipping charges will be about $20 via USPS media mail) SOLD

    Price: $0.00
  • Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker - 1942

    SKU: 21-MAG-54

     Runyon, Damon and Walter Kiernan. "The Life Story of Captain Eddie Rickenbacker".  New York, Dell Publ co., 1942.  34pp, illus, 8.5x11.5".  Fair, newsprint paper tattered, cover and pages loose.

    Price: $12.00
  • Flying for Everybody - 1929

    SKU: 21-MAG-53

     New York, Experimenter Publications, 1929.  96pp, illus, 8.5x11.5".  19 chapters on a wide variety of aviation topics.  Rather a typical pub during the Golden Age of flight.  Good, some edge chips, covers intact.  Great art deco cover.

    Price: $20.00
  • Scientific American - 1929

    SKU: 21-MAG-52

     Special Aviation Issue, March 1929.  95pp, illus, 9x12".  Articles on the Graf Zeppelin, Private Airplanes, Gliders, Air Mail, Aviation News, etc.  Good condition.

    Price: $20.00
  • Popular Science - July 1928

    SKU: 21-MAG-51

     Special aviation issue.  136pp, illus, ads. Five lead aviation features: Ocean Flying, Arctic Flights, Richard Byrd, Caterpillar Club, etc.  Very good with wonderful art deco cover.

    Price: $18.00
  • Practical Aviation - 1929

    SKU: 21-MAG-50

     Ford, Arthur S. (ed).  Practical Aviation.  New York, New Metropolitan Fiction, 1929.  160pp, illus, 9x12".  Seemingly hundreds of articles on all aspects of aviation.  Printed on newsprint so faded and edge tatters.  About fair with back cover missing and front cover loose.

    Price: $10.00