Title: 1930's Aircraft and Air Racing Photograph ...
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Book Type: Unpublished
9 leaves with about 40 photos mounted on one side only with corner tabs. Two are large photos, one of a four-engine TWA passenger ship and the other of Clarence Chamberlin and his ship inscribed by Chamberlin "To Fred [?] Miller / Clarence Chamberlin." The remaining photos are small amateur photos of 1930 and earlier aircraft. One is of Tony LeVier's Firecracker. One is of Frank Fuller's Seversky. Another is an original photo postcard of Lee Williams and his plane at the 1934 National Air Race. Two photon are of Jacqueline Cochran's Seversky, one of which shows her standing on the wing. Laid in are a newspaper article and news photos of Cochran. Further information available. Size: 11"X 15". Bookseller Inventory # 005731
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