Aviation, the Oldest American Aeronautical Magazine

Aviation, the Oldest American Aeronautical Magazine

New York: Jan. 1942: McGraw-Hill Publishing, Quarto. Item #008989

246 pp. First wartime issue of Aviation. Includes photo of newer stripped down version of the Sikorsky helicopter and long article on the fall of France, blamed on laborers demanding a 40-hour work week and other benefits. Much material on engineering and design, including major article on "Building the B-24" by Major Fleet. Bound in pictorial paper wraps (stapled) edges rubbed, lower corner clipped, other corerns a bit creased. A very good coy.

Price: $50.00