These five beautiful magazines - well - illustrated with photographs, drawings and technical drawings - are reprinted issues of originals published between 1929 and 1933.
||28 x 22 x 2 cm
||1929 - 1933
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||E.A.A. Air Museum Foundation
The 1929 Flying Manual was the beginning of a series of fine publications that inspired a great many men and women in our early days of aviation. Its presentation simplified the approach to aviation and brought the possibility of participating in aviation, or the building of an airplane, closer to a great many people. The impact of these publications, the inspiration offered has had a very prominent effect upon the late 1980's aviation through the efforts of the people who read them and were inspired to make aviation a livelihood.
Excerpt of the words of Paul Howard Poberezny
( September 14th, 1921 - August 22nd, 2013 ),
late founder and Chairman of the E.A.A. Aviation Foundation.
( sources : FLYING MANUAL, Wikipedia )