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  • Very Large Modesto Air Show Sticker - mid 1930s

    SKU: 21-AR-18

     Unusually large 8x6.5" original gum sticker.  The first Modesto Air Show celebrated the opening of the new airfield in 1930 but it was on Feb 22-23.  This show was in a later year but still pre- WWII.  Corners show remnants of celophane tape, else very good.

    Price: $25.00
    $25.00
    21-AR-18
  • Cleveland National Air Races/Century Air Lines Sticker - 1931

    SKU: 21-AR-17

     Colorful and seldom-seen sticker with cross-over interest, Air Races to Airlines.  4.5x2.5", unused with original gum.  Advertises both the 1931 Cleveland National Air Races and Century Airlines.  Excellent.  SOLD

    Price: $0.00
    $0.00
    21-AR-17
  • Original Press Photo of Pulitzer Winners - 1923

    SKU: 21-P-413

     Photo of pilots Lt. Harold Brew (l.)and Lt. Al Williams (r.), 6x8", b&w, with detailed typed press release on the reverse dated 11/5/23.  Text refers to Brew breaking a record with a speed of 265 mph and then Williams bettering it the same day with over 266 mph. Very good.

    Price: $30.00
    $30.00
    21-P-413
  • Unique Al Williams Photo - 1936

    SKU: 21-P-405

     One-of-a-kind 4x5" b&w photo of famous pilot Al Williams beside his Curtiss Gulfhawk.  Photo is lightly pasted to a 8.5x11" 3-hole punched sheet with the ink text below as shown.  Photo very good, paper has small wrinkles and tears

    Price: $20.00
    $20.00
    21-P-405
  • Souvenir Program, Waco Fly-In - 1975

    SKU: 21-AR-15

     Eight Annual Air Show, Waco and Staggerwing Fly-in, May 24-25, 1975, Hamilton, Ohio.  16pp, 8.5x11", illus with photos and ads.  Very good.

    Price: $15.00
    $15.00
    21-AR-15
  • Roscoe Turner Biography - 1947

    SKU: 21-AR-14

     Rutherford, Roy.  Colonel Roscoe Turner Knight-Errand of the Air.  Privately Printed, 1947.  36pp, 10pp of photos front and back, 6x9", wrps.  Interesting little biography of Turner who wont the Thompson Tropy three times, and the Bendix once, second place in the McRobertson race from London to Melbourne, awarded a Distinguished Flying Cross, etc.  A real swashbuckling flambouyant figure in the Golden Age of Aviation.  Book in very good condition; pasted label over cover price is missing but left glue residue behind. 

    Price: $35.00
    $35.00
    21-AR-14
  • Omaha Aero Congress Broadside - 1921

    SKU: 21-AR-12

     Large 11x22" advertising piece for the November 3-5, 1921 Omaha Aero Congress.  Folded laterally three-times, photo collage top half followed by an extensive description of Omaha aviation interest and the various events.  Would frame nicely.  About fair because of frail folds and edge bumps.  This is the only one of these I have encountered. (Note:  because of scanner limitations, the bottom 20% is not shown)

    Price: $85.00
    $85.00
    21-AR-12
  • Advance Information....Formation of NAA - 1922

    SKU: 21-B-8

     Advance Information on the Second National Aero Congress to Form a National Aeronautic Association.  Board of Commerce Building, Detroit, Michigan, Oct 12-14, 1922.  The Advance Committee on Organization, Washington and Detroit, 24pp, illus, 6x9", wrps.  Convention program, map showing air and rail travel times across the US, map of the Selfridge Field National Air Races on these same dates, registation form and a list of the Detroit Aviation Society members.  Poor-fair, center four pages roughly torn from staples.

    Price: $8.00
    $8.00
    21-B-8
  • Frank Hawks Photo & Autograph - 1931/35

    SKU: 21-AR-10

     Small 3x2" original snapshot with pencil text on reverse: "Capt Frank Hawks in Shreveport, La., August 1931".  Along with a 3x5" card with ink autograph: "Frank Hawks/Aug 23, 1935". Very good.

    Price: $35.00
    $35.00
    21-AR-10
  • Margaret Perry, 1929 Powder Puff Race Pilot

    SKU: 21-AR-9

     Original 9x7", b&w photo with pencil text on the reverse: "Margaret G. Perry and group before race at Spartan Field - Red Crown & Lerotene Aircraft oil used exclusively".  Margaret flew in the first Powder Puff Race, 1929 but did not finish, having dropped out in Abilene with typhoid fever.  One vertical tear top right, otherwise very good.

    Price: $30.00
    $30.00
    21-AR-9