Unique "One-of-a-Kind" Story of TACA Airline - 1941

23-AIR-3

Regular price $675.00

Hall, J. Goodwin.  AIR FREIGHT WINGS OVER CENTRAL AMERICA, A Pictorial Story of TACA (Photographs Taken on an Inspection Flight of TACA Operations - August 1941.  Typewritten manuscript with 66 original b&w photos tipped-in (10- 8x10's; 56-3x5's).  48 pages, wrps, grey paper covers and pages with red typewriting, multi-hole punched for spiral binding (missing).  Nine sections with history, bio of founder Lowell Yerex, operations in Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Costa Rica, airports and airways, maintenance, communications, personnel, and two sections pitching the value of TACA and air cargo operations in general.  Obviously written during the time period of the attack on TACA by giant Pan American.  A fascinating and absolutely  unique and very historic document on this famous Central American airline.  Very good condition; contained in a modern folder.