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  • THE FLYING WINDMILL: The Andy Lane Series #8. by Adams, Eustace L. (1891-1963)
    Adams, Eustace L. (1891-1963)
    THE FLYING WINDMILL: The Andy Lane Series #8.

    Edition: First edition.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1930). Hardcover first edition - ""Andy Lane and his restless crew take off in a monster autogyro in search of pirate treasure." Adams was in the American Ambulance Service and the U S Naval Service during World War One; in the 1930s he was a prolific contributor of aviation-linked stories. this series, his most popular, was notable for the variety of experimental aircraft which Andy flies. Glossy frontispiece, 211 pp plus 7 pp of publisher's ads. Ads list to #6 in this series.

    Condition: Good overall in blue cloth (2 small bleached spots on front cover, lighter spotting on spine, previous owner's name on title page and erasure on front pastedown), no dust jacket.

    Book ID: 89079
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  • FIFTEEN DAYS IN THE AIR. The Andy Lane Series #1. by Adams, Eustace L. (1891-1963)
    Adams, Eustace L. (1891-1963)
    FIFTEEN DAYS IN THE AIR. The Andy Lane Series #1.

    Edition: Early printing.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1928). Hardcover - The first book in this series of flying stories for boys, featuring the young aviator Andy Lane. "Andy refuels his ship in the air and sets a new endurance record." Adams was in the American Ambulance Service and the U S Naval Service during World War One; in the 1930s he was a prolific contributor of aviation-linked stories. this series, his most popular, was notable for the variety of experimental aircraft which Andy flies. Glossy frontispiece, 194 pp plus 8 pp of publisher's ads. Lists to #7 at back of book .

    Condition: Very good in blue cloth in with orange lettering on front cover (spine darkened), no dust jacket.

    Book ID: 85834
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  • PIRATES OF THE AIR. The Andy Lane Series #5. by Adams, Eustace L. (1891-1963)
    Adams, Eustace L. (1891-1963)
    PIRATES OF THE AIR. The Andy Lane Series #5.

    Edition: First edition.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1929). Hardcover first edition - Andy Lane pilots the giant passenger plane Apex No. 4 across the Atlantic in the face of almost overwhelming odds." Adams was in the American Ambulance Service and the U S Naval Service during World War One; in the 1930s he was a prolific contributor of aviation-linked stories. this series, his most popular, was notable for the variety of experimental aircraft which Andy flies. Glossy frontispiece, 212 pp plus 6 pp of publisher's ads.

    Condition: Good only in blue cloth (fraying to spine, previous owner's name in pencil, rear hinge cracking), no dust jacket.

    Book ID: 85936
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  • THE BLUE-PIRATE MYSTERY FLYER, #2 in series. by Anderson, Barrie (pseudonym of Edith Janice "E. J." Craine)
    Anderson, Barrie (pseudonym of Edith Janice "E. J." Craine)
    THE BLUE-PIRATE MYSTERY FLYER, #2 in series.

    Edition: First edition.

    Cleveland: World Syndicate Publishing Co., (1930). Hardcover first edition - The second book featuring Roberta Langwell, Girl Sky Pilot "a new series of books about girl aviators and their marvelous accomplishments in the air. Roberta Langwell is a heroine of modern times. She wins a plane by means of her remarkable air feats, and keeps the reader tense with excitement from cover to cover. The series concentrates on the efforts of the girls and women who, like their male counterparts, have obtained wonderful results in the air." The series was later renamed The Airplane Girls. 248 pp. ISBN: B000EDURXI.

    Condition: Good overall in green cloth with pasted on illustration on front cover (gift inscription on front endpaper, some wear to the edges of the boards, and a 1 inch tear to the side of the spine)

    Book ID: 83894
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  • RUSS FARRELL, CIRCUS FLYER. by Burtis, Thomson,
    Burtis, Thomson,
    RUSS FARRELL, CIRCUS FLYER.

    Edition: Early printing.

    Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran & Co., Inc., 1928. Hardcover - The third in the series of books featuring aviator Russ Farrell. Russ joins an army sponsored flying circus intended to raise the public's awareness of aviation and he takes part in the making of a movie with an aviation background. Frontispiece by Leslie Crump. 222 pp.

    Condition: Very good in burgundy cloth with silver lettering.

    Book ID: 87631
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  • REX LEE SKY TRAILER. #4 in series. by Burtis, Thomson,
    Burtis, Thomson,
    REX LEE SKY TRAILER. #4 in series.

    Edition: First edition.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1929). Hardcover first edition - Fourth book in this early aviation series for boys, one which embodied the Charles Lindbergh spirit (Rex Lee even resembled Lindbergh) in a boys' adventure series. From the publisher's ad in the back: "The author of this series of exciting flying stories is an experienced aviator. He says, "During my five years in the army I performed nearly every sort of flying duty -- instructor, test pilot, etc., in every variety of ship, from tiny scout planes to the gigantic three-motored Italian Caproni." Not only has this author had many experiences as a flyer; a list of his activities while knocking around the country includes postal clerk, hobo, actor,…

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    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1929). Hardcover first edition - Fourth book in this early aviation series for boys, one which embodied the Charles Lindbergh spirit (Rex Lee even resembled Lindbergh) in a boys' adventure series. From the publisher's ad in the back: "The author of this series of exciting flying stories is an experienced aviator. He says, "During my five years in the army I performed nearly every sort of flying duty -- instructor, test pilot, etc., in every variety of ship, from tiny scout planes to the gigantic three-motored Italian Caproni." Not only has this author had many experiences as a flyer; a list of his activities while knocking around the country includes postal clerk, hobo, actor, writer, mutton chop salesman, preacher, roughneck in the oil fields, scenario writer in Hollywood and synthetic clown with the Sells Floto Circus. Having lived an active, daring life, and possessing a gift for good story telling, he is well qualified to write these adventures of a red-blooded dare devil young American who became one of the country's greatest flyers." Glossy frontispiece. This series is not included in the ads in the rear, but all of the titles listed in the ads were from 1929 or earlier. 244 pp plus 6 pp publisher's ads.

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    Condition: Very good condition in illustrated olive green boards, no dust jacket (gift inscription in pencil)

    Book ID: 85821
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  • REX LEE, TRAILING BANDITS #10 in series. by Burtis, Thomson,
    Burtis, Thomson,
    REX LEE, TRAILING BANDITS #10 in series.

    Edition: First edition.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1931). Hardcover - Tenth book in this early aviation series for boys, one which embodied the Charles Lindbergh spirit (Rex Lee even resembled Lindbergh) in a boys' adventure series. From the publisher's ad in the back: "The author of this series of exciting flying stories is an experienced aviator. He says, "During my five years in the army I performed nearly every sort of flying duty -- instructor, test pilot, etc., in every variety of ship, from tiny scout planes to the gigantic three-motored Italian Caproni." Not only has this author had many experiences as a flyer; a list of his activities while knocking around the country includes postal clerk, hobo, actor, writer, mutton…

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    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1931). Hardcover - Tenth book in this early aviation series for boys, one which embodied the Charles Lindbergh spirit (Rex Lee even resembled Lindbergh) in a boys' adventure series. From the publisher's ad in the back: "The author of this series of exciting flying stories is an experienced aviator. He says, "During my five years in the army I performed nearly every sort of flying duty -- instructor, test pilot, etc., in every variety of ship, from tiny scout planes to the gigantic three-motored Italian Caproni." Not only has this author had many experiences as a flyer; a list of his activities while knocking around the country includes postal clerk, hobo, actor, writer, mutton chop salesman, preacher, roughneck in the oil fields, scenario writer in Hollywood and synthetic clown with the Sells Floto Circus. Having lived an active, daring life, and possessing a gift for good story telling, he is well qualified to write these adventures of a red-blooded dare devil young American who became one of the country's greatest flyers." Glossy frontispiece. Lists to #8 in the ads in the rear. 215 pp plus 3 pp publisher's ads.

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    Condition: Good condition in illustrated olive green boards, no dust jacket, name in pencil.

    Book ID: 85820
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  • REX LEE ACE OF THE AIR MAIL. #5 in series. by Burtis, Thomson,
    Burtis, Thomson,
    REX LEE ACE OF THE AIR MAIL. #5 in series.

    Edition: Early printing.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1929). Hardcover - Fifth book in this early aviation series for boys, one which embodied the Charles Lindbergh spirit (Rex Lee even resembled Lindbergh) in a boys' adventure series. From the publisher's ad in the back: "The author of this series of exciting flying stories is an experienced aviator. He says, "During my five years in the army I performed nearly every sort of flying duty -- instructor, test pilot, etc., in every variety of ship, from tiny scout planes to the gigantic three-motored Italian Caproni." Not only has this author had many experiences as a flyer; a list of his activities while knocking around the country includes postal clerk, hobo, actor, writer, mutton…

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    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1929). Hardcover - Fifth book in this early aviation series for boys, one which embodied the Charles Lindbergh spirit (Rex Lee even resembled Lindbergh) in a boys' adventure series. From the publisher's ad in the back: "The author of this series of exciting flying stories is an experienced aviator. He says, "During my five years in the army I performed nearly every sort of flying duty -- instructor, test pilot, etc., in every variety of ship, from tiny scout planes to the gigantic three-motored Italian Caproni." Not only has this author had many experiences as a flyer; a list of his activities while knocking around the country includes postal clerk, hobo, actor, writer, mutton chop salesman, preacher, roughneck in the oil fields, scenario writer in Hollywood and synthetic clown with the Sells Floto Circus. Having lived an active, daring life, and possessing a gift for good story telling, he is well qualified to write these adventures of a red-blooded dare devil young American who became one of the country's greatest flyers." Glossy frontispiece. Lists to #8 in the ads in the rear. 212 pp plus 6 pp publisher's ads.

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    Condition: Very good condition in illustrated olive green boards, no dust jacket.

    Book ID: 74953
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  • RUSS FARRELL, CIRCUS FLYER, #2. by Burtis, Thomson,
    Burtis, Thomson,
    RUSS FARRELL, CIRCUS FLYER, #2.

    Edition: First thus - motion picture edition.

    Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran & Co., Inc., 1928. Hardcover - Russ joins an army sponsored flying circus intended to raise the public's awareness of aviation and he takes part in the making of a movie with an aviation background. Motion picture edition with a frontispiece photo from the film "Russ Farrell, Aviator." 222 pp.

    Condition: Good overall in dark red cloth with black lettering.

    Book ID: 76327
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  • AVIATOR'S LUCK or The Camp Knox Pilot. Aviator Series #2. by Cobb, Captain Frank,.
    Cobb, Captain Frank,.
    AVIATOR'S LUCK or The Camp Knox Pilot. Aviator Series #2.

    Edition: Early printing.

    Akron, OH: Saalfield. (1927) dj. Hardcover - Adventure story for boys set in the years after the Great War - World War I - Plain frontispiece. 168 pp.

    Condition: Very good in green cloth with black lettering - usual rather severe toning to the pages but a tight copy - in a fair only dust jacket (tears to top of dj spine and back cover)

    Book ID: 85986
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  • BATTLING THE CLOUDS or For a Comrade's Honor. Aviation Series #1. by Cobb, Captain Frank,.
    Cobb, Captain Frank,.
    BATTLING THE CLOUDS or For a Comrade's Honor. Aviation Series #1.

    Edition: Early printing.

    Akron, OH: Saalfield. (c 1927). Hardcover - Adventure story for boys set in the years after the Great War - World War I - at a training base in Oklahoma. Frontispiece on plain stock. 165 pp.

    Condition: Good only condition in purple cloth with black lettering - rather severe toning to the pages..

    Book ID: 85837
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  • AVIATOR'S LUCK or The Camp Knox Pilot. Aviator Series #2. by Cobb, Captain Frank,.
    Cobb, Captain Frank,.
    AVIATOR'S LUCK or The Camp Knox Pilot. Aviator Series #2.

    Edition: First or early edition.

    Akron, OH: Saalfield. (1927). Hardcover - Adventure story for boys set in the years after the Great War - World War I - Plain frontispiece. 168 pp.

    Condition: Very good in illustrated blue cloth - gift inscription dated Christmas 1935, rather severe toning to the pages but a tight copy.

    Book ID: 85835
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  • DANGEROUS DEEDS or The Flight in the Dirigible. Aviator Series #3. by Cobb, Captain Frank,.
    Cobb, Captain Frank,.
    DANGEROUS DEEDS or The Flight in the Dirigible. Aviator Series #3.

    Edition: Early printing.

    Akron, OH: Saalfield. (1927) dj. Hardcover - Adventure story for boys set in the years after the Great War - World War I - a young aviator, an orphan with no knowledge of his ancestry, is selected to operate a dirigible to transport important secret documents and funds. Plain frontispiece. 168 pp.

    Condition: Good overall in pale yellow cloth with dark brown lettering (rather severe toning to the pages but a tight copy) in a fair only dust jacket with some loss to the ends of the spine, tear along front fold, other wear.

    Book ID: 85822
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  • BATTLING THE CLOUDS or For a Comrade's Honor. Aviation Series #1. by Cobb, Captain Frank,.
    Cobb, Captain Frank,.
    BATTLING THE CLOUDS or For a Comrade's Honor. Aviation Series #1.

    Edition: Early printing.

    Akron, OH: Saalfield. (c 1927). Hardcover - Adventure story for boys set in the years after the Great War - World War I - at a training base in Oklahoma. Frontispiece on plain stock. 165 pp.

    Condition: Fair only condition in green cloth with black lettering - gift inscription dated Christmas 1941, both hinges cracked, rather severe toning to the pages..

    Book ID: 85279
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  • DANGEROUS DEEDS or The Flight in the Dirigible. Aviator Series #3. by Cobb, Captain Frank,.
    Cobb, Captain Frank,.
    DANGEROUS DEEDS or The Flight in the Dirigible. Aviator Series #3.

    Edition: Early printing.

    Akron, OH: Saalfield. (1927). Hardcover - Adventure story for boys set in the years after the Great War - World War I - a young aviator, an orphan with no knowledge of his ancestry, is selected to operate a dirigible to transport important secret documents and funds. Plain frontispiece. 168 pp.

    Condition: Very good in illustrated beige cloth with dark brown lettering (bookseller's stamp inside front cover, usual rather severe toning to the pages but a tight copy and clean copy)

    Book ID: 85889
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  • THE BRIDGE OF BOMBERS: Steve Knight Flying Stories Series #2. by Copp, Ted.
    Copp, Ted.
    THE BRIDGE OF BOMBERS: Steve Knight Flying Stories Series #2.

    Edition: First or early printing.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1941). Hardcover - The second book in this three book series -although still wating to get into the Naval Air School, Steve is offered the chance to fly ferry bombers to England. Frontispiece and blue and white illustrated endpapers by Leon Gregori. 212 pp. plus 4 pp publisher's ads.

    Condition: Good condition in orange boards with black lettering (prev owner's name in pencil, spine slanted), no dust jacket

    Book ID: 70025
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  • THE MYSTERY OF DEVIL'S HAND: Steve Knight Flying Stories Series #1. by Copp, Ted.
    Copp, Ted.
    THE MYSTERY OF DEVIL'S HAND: Steve Knight Flying Stories Series #1.

    Edition: First or early printing.

    New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1941). Hardcover first edition - The first book in this series -while trying to get into the Naval Air School, Steve flies a refugee from San Antonio to the Honduras, only to discover his plane sabotaged and to find himself under attack when he is forced to land on the beach. Frontispiece and blue and white illustrated endpapers by Leon Gregori. 214 pp.

    Condition: Fair condition only in orange boards with black lettering (foxing to the front edge of the textblock, soiling to covers, usual toning to the pages, corners slightly bumped, hinges tight), no dust jacket

    Book ID: 85839
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  • A CRUISE IN THE SKY or The Legend of the Great Pink Pearl. The Aeroplane Boys Series #5. by Lamar, Ashton [pseudonym of Harry Lincoln Sayler, 1863-1913]
    Lamar, Ashton [pseudonym of Harry Lincoln Sayler, 1863-1913]
    A CRUISE IN THE SKY or The Legend of the Great Pink Pearl. The Aeroplane Boys Series #5.

    Edition: Early printing.

    Chicago: Reilly & Britton, (1911). Hardcover - One of three aviation related series for boys published by Sayler under both his own name and pen names. Illustrated by S. H. Riesenberg with a tinted frontispiece and three black and white plates on plain paper. Lists to #7 in this series at the front of the book. 218 pp. plus 6 pp of publisher's ads.

    Condition: Good+ condition in illustrated boards (spine lettering rubbed, An attractive copy of a rather uncommon vintage juvenile series book.

    Book ID: 71324
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  • IN THE CLOUDS FOR UNCLE SAM or Morey Marshall of the Signal Corps. The Aeroplane Boys Series #1. by Lamar, Ashton [pseudonym of Harry Lincoln Sayler, 1863-1913]
    Lamar, Ashton [pseudonym of Harry Lincoln Sayler, 1863-1913]
    IN THE CLOUDS FOR UNCLE SAM or Morey Marshall of the Signal Corps. The Aeroplane Boys Series #1.

    Edition: Early printing.

    Chicago: Reilly & Britton, (1910). Hardcover - One of three aviation related series for boys published by Sayler under both his own name and pen names. Illustrated by S. H. Riesenberg with a tinted frontispiece and three black and white plates on plain paper. Lists 4 titles at front of book. 216 pp.

    Condition: Good overall in illustrated boards - some soiling to the covers and darkening to spine, but the front cover illustration is bright. No dust jacket.

    Book ID: 85885
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  • THE AEROPLANE BOYS AMONG THE CLOUDS Or Young Aviators in a Wreck, #3 in series. by Langworthy, John Luther
    Langworthy, John Luther
    THE AEROPLANE BOYS AMONG THE CLOUDS Or Young Aviators in a Wreck, #3 in series.

    Edition: Early printing.

    Chicago: M.A. Donohue & Company, (1912). Hardcover first edition - The third book in this early aviation series of 5 titles . Glossy frontispiece. 239 pp plus a chapter of 'Frontier Sketches' (p 80-96) and 4 pp publisher's ads.

    Condition: Good+ condition overall in illustrated brown cloth (gift inscription, corners slightly bumped), no dust jacket.

    Book ID: 85840
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  • THE AEROPLANE BOYS' FLIGHT; or, A Hydroplane Round-up #4 in series. (originally issued as THE BIRD BOYS' FLIGHT) by Langworthy, John Luther
    Langworthy, John Luther
    THE AEROPLANE BOYS' FLIGHT; or, A Hydroplane Round-up #4 in series. (originally issued as THE BIRD BOYS' FLIGHT)

    Edition: Early printing.

    Chicago: M.A. Donohue & Company, (1914). Hardcover - The fourth book in this early aviation series of 5 titles . Glossy frontispiece. The header on the pages still uses the original title "The Bird Boys Flight." 250 pp plus 8 pp publisher's ads.

    Condition: Good condition overall in illustrated brown cloth (gift inscription, soiling to edges of textblock), no dust jacket.

    Book ID: 85848
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  • LINDA CARLTON' ISLAND ADVENTURE. by Lavell, Edith.
    Lavell, Edith.
    LINDA CARLTON' ISLAND ADVENTURE.

    Edition: Reprint.

    Akron, Ohio: Saalfield Publishing Co., (c 1931). Hardcover - The third title in the series - Linda has now obtained her commercial license and has accepted a job as a cropduster in Georgia. On the way there, her plane is intercepted by pirates and she is kidnapped. Plain frontispiece. 282 pp.

    Condition: Good overall in blue cloth with black lettering (usual rather severe toning to the pages. margin of first leaf cut off affecting a few words towards the bottom, missing rear free endpaper,), no dj

    Book ID: 71717
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  • THE BORDER-LINE MYSTERY, #1 in series. by Marquith, M. Delmore (pseudonym of Edith Janice "E. J." Craine)
    Marquith, M. Delmore (pseudonym of Edith Janice "E. J." Craine)
    THE BORDER-LINE MYSTERY, #1 in series.

    Edition: Early printing.

    New York & Cleveland: World Syndicate (c 1930). Hardcover - The first book in the Airplane Boys series, featuring Jim Austin and Bob Caldwell and their plane, originally published as Airplane Boys on the Borderline, and previously published as Sky Buddies Series #1, "The Air Mystery of Isle La Motte.. 246 pp.

    Condition: Very good in red cloth with pasted on illustration on front cover.

    Book ID: 83970
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  • FLYING BUDDIES OF TEXAS, #2 in series. by Marquith, M. Delmore (pseudonym of Edith Janice "E. J." Craine)
    Marquith, M. Delmore (pseudonym of Edith Janice "E. J." Craine)
    FLYING BUDDIES OF TEXAS, #2 in series.

    Edition: Early printing.

    New York & Cleveland: World Syndicate (c 1930). Hardcover - The second book in the Airplane Boys series, featuring Jim Austin and Bob Caldwell and their plane, originally published as Airplane Boys Cap Rock, and previously published as Sky Buddies Series #2, "Cap Rock Flyers." 248 pp.

    Condition: Good only in green cloth with pasted on illustration on front cover (tear to top of spine covering, gift inscription dated Christmas 1933)

    Book ID: 87633
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  • RANDY STARR LEADING THE AIR CIRCUS; or the Sky Flyers in a Daring Stunt (# 3 in The Sky Flyers Series) by Martin, Eugene.
    Martin, Eugene.
    RANDY STARR LEADING THE AIR CIRCUS; or the Sky Flyers in a Daring Stunt (# 3 in The Sky Flyers Series)

    Edition: Early printing.

    Akron, Ohio: Saalfield Publishing Co., (1932) dj. Hardcover - Plain frontispiece. 216 pp.

    Condition: Good overall in red cloth with black lettering (rather severe toning to the pages, name crossed out) in a fair only dustjacket with rubbing and fading.

    Book ID: 85823
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  • GYPSIES OF THE AIR: The Girl Flyer Series #1. by Moyer, Bess.
    Moyer, Bess.
    GYPSIES OF THE AIR: The Girl Flyer Series #1.

    Edition: First or early edition.

    Chicago: Goldsmith Publishing, (1932) dj. Hardcover first edition - The first of two books in this series, both published in 1932 and featuring twins Terry and Prim, who have been taught to fly by their father. When two of their friends, who were planning to hop across the Atlantic, never arrive in Newfoundland, the girls go looking for them. 121 pp.

    Condition: Good only in a good dust jacket (usual rather severe toning to the pages, several chips and tears to the dj)

    Book ID: 63973
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  • TRACKERS OF THE FOG PACK, or Jack Ralston Flying Blind. Sky Detective Series #5. by Newcomb, Ambrose.
    Newcomb, Ambrose.
    TRACKERS OF THE FOG PACK, or Jack Ralston Flying Blind. Sky Detective Series #5.

    Edition: First or early edition.

    New York: Goldsmith, 1931. dj. Hardcover - The fifth book in this adventure series for boys. The publisher commented "The series title, "Sky Detectives" is most appropriate, for every modern boy is extremely interested in aviation. Our author has chosen Jack Ralston and his pal 'Perk' famous air pilots to help 'Uncle Sam' unravel baffling problems of the Secret Service. The adventures of these two detective aviators form the complete series, although each book is a complete story in itself." 242 pp plus 2 pp publisher's ads.

    Condition: Very good overall in teal boards, usual rather severe toning to the pages, in a very worn dust jacket, missing the front flap and with a large chip at the top of the spine, other edgewear.

    Book ID: 78980
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  • TRACKERS OF THE FOG PACK, or Jack Ralston Flying Blind. Sky Detective Series #5. by Newcomb, Ambrose.
    Newcomb, Ambrose.
    TRACKERS OF THE FOG PACK, or Jack Ralston Flying Blind. Sky Detective Series #5.

    Edition: First or early edition.

    New York: Goldsmith, 1931. Hardcover - The fifth book in this adventure series for boys. The publisher commented "The series title, "Sky Detectives" is most appropriate, for every modern boy is extremely interested in aviation. Our author has chosen Jack Ralston and his pal 'Perk' famous air pilots to help 'Uncle Sam' unravel baffling problems of the Secret Service. The adventures of these two detective aviators form the complete series, although each book is a complete story in itself." 242 pp plus 4 pp publisher's ads.

    Condition: Very good overall in blue-gray boards, usual rather severe toning to the pages, no dust jacket.

    Book ID: 78979
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  • FLYING THE COAST SKYWAYS or Jack Ralston's Swift Patrol. Sky Detective Series #6. by Newcomb, Ambrose.
    Newcomb, Ambrose.
    FLYING THE COAST SKYWAYS or Jack Ralston's Swift Patrol. Sky Detective Series #6.

    Edition: Hardcover.

    Chicago: Goldsmith Publishing, (1931) dj. Hardcover - The sixth and final book in this series in which "Jack Ralston and his pal "Perk" famous air pilots to help "Uncle Sam" unravel baffling problems of the Secret Service. The adventures of these two detective aviators form the complete series, although each book is a complete story in itself." 251 pp.

    Condition: Good in good dust jacket (usual toning to the pages, some edgewear to the dj)

    Book ID: 67260
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  • THE HAUNTED HANGAR: Air Mystery series #3. by Powell, Van
    Powell, Van
    THE HAUNTED HANGAR: Air Mystery series #3.

    Edition: Reprint.

    Akron, Ohio: Saalfield Publishing Co., (1932.) dj. Hardcover - The third title in the Air Mystery series (originally published as the Sky Scout series). Frontispiece on plain paper. 276 pp.

    Condition: Very good+ in dark red cloth with black lettering (prev owner's name dated Christmas 1942, usual toning to the pages), in a very good dust jacket (small peeled spot on spine, but overall bright and attractive.)

    Book ID: 49885
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