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Bierman,Richard Bradley editor and publisher

Published by Airtrails Inc. Plano,Texas

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About this Item: Airtrails Inc. Plano,Texas. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Book has some visible wear on the binding, cover, pages. Seller Inventory # GB001UIDUA8I3N00

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Bierman, Richard Bradley [Publisher and editor]

Published by Aviation Quarterly 1974-1981, Dallas, TX (1974)

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From: Military History Bookshop (BROOKS, ME, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Aviation Quarterly 1974-1981, Dallas, TX, 1974. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Well illustrated (many in color) , pictorial cloth, oblong 10.5 by 8.5 inches, very good. Numbered, limited edition. From the AEROFLIGHT website: "'Aviation Quarterly' was a high quality historical aviation magazine. It featured a varied selection of subjects, from profiles of interesting aviation personalities to specific aircraft types, often focusing on the inter-war 'Golden Age' of aviation in the USA. It appeared in landscape format, hardback binding, with 92-184 pages each. It was profusely illustrated with excellent large b+w and full page colour photos. The title went though a number of editors: Micheal E Dunbar (1/1 to 1/3) , Richard Bradley Bierman (1/4 to 3/1) , David A Hadeler (3/2 to 5/4) , Richard Bradley Bierman (6/1 to 7/1) , Sandra Barrick Bierman (7/2 to 8/1) , Frank B Thornburg (8/2 to 8/4 & 9/2) , George E Stanley (9/1). It ceased publication after Vol.9 No.2 in late 1989/early 1990." Contents of first four volumes include: Pony Express With Wings (US air mail service pioneers) ; Dinner Key (Miami's flying boat terminal & Pan Am Caribbean HQ) ; Staggerwing (Beech 17) ; The Legend of Ben Howard (US barnstormer and test pilot) ; The Layfayette Escadrille by Philip C Brown (US fghter pilots before America entered WW1) ; Rocheville - Imagineer Emeritus by Walter Boyne (Charles F. Rocheville unheralded creative aviation genius) ; Ryan! By Bill Hodges (History of Ryan aircraft) ; A Lesson in Blind-Flying (Washington DC to Chicago flight in the early 1920s) ; The National Women's Air Derby by Louise Thaden (Santa Monica air race in August 1929) ; The Flight History Forgot.! (Flying the Atlantic in 1919) ; The Fortunate Fairchild's (Fairchild aircraft in the 1920s) ; SVA-9 (Italian WW1 fighter restored to flying condition in USA) ; Columbia, Gem of the Ocean! By Clarence Chamberlin (Solo trans-Atlantic flight one week after Lindbergh) ; Those Anonymous Cubs by Walter Boyne (Why the Piper Cub succeeded) ; First Call To Combat by Clarke Van Vleet (America's first air wartime operation) ; A Short Rearwin History by Bob Taylor (Brief history of Rearwin aircraft) ; That Wonderful Waco 10 by Jay Miller (Restored Waco 10 GXE) ; "Lucky" Bob - An Early American Barnstomer by Kay McCumber (Career of a barnstomer by his daughter) ; The History of American Aviation 1822-1905 - Introduction by Tom D. Crouch. Vol. 1 #3 includes original fabric from the last airworthy Ansaldo SVA-9, Italy's most advanced and best known WWI aircraft. Seller Inventory # 30800

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