|Boyle,Andrew NO PASSING GLORY - the full & authentic biography of Gp Capt Cheshire.||£5.00|
|Reprint Society edn, 1957 (from Collins 1st of 1955); 384pp; near fine, vg d/w. Full biography and study of Cheshire's personality - his two careers as bomber leader and as the pioneer of the Cheshire Homes. Also - another with sl damp-marked cloth - £4.|
|Brabazon, Lord, of Tara THE BRABAZON STORY - Heinemann 1st, 1956; 227pp, 23 photos; near fine. Heinemann 1st, 1956; 227pp, 23 photos; near fine.||£15.00|
|autobiography of the holder of British Pilot's Certificate No 1 - he helped to pioneer aerial photography in WW 1; became a leading sportsman and Minister of Transport and Minister of Aircraft Production post-WW 2|
Brackley, Frida H. BRACKLES - Memoirs of a pioneer of civil aviation.
|Mackay 1st, 1952; 695pp, many illus (photos, maps); ex-ref lib with stamps on cover & inside front; cloth badly faded but vg inside. Describes Brackley's involvement in WW 1 (RNAS & RAF), Atlantic & Capetown flights, life in Japan & the Sempill mission, the development of Imperial Airways; Coastal & Transport Commands in WW 2; BOAC & BSAA post-war. Includes some important bits of aviation history.|
Bramson, Alan PURE LUCK - The authorised biography of Sir Thomas Sopwith, 1888-1989. PSL 1st, PSL,1990; 288pp, over 100 photos, appendices; fine inc d/w.
Briggs F.S. & S.H.Harris JOYSTICKS AND FIDDLESTICKS - the Flying Kangaroo. Hutchinson 1st (1930s); 222pp, 35 plates; spinecloth faded, o/w vg.
|About one third of book describes WW 1 flying & instructing; followed by fascinating description of post-war pioneer Australian flying.|
|Brittain, Sir Harry WINGS OF SPEED -||£10.00|
|Hutchinson 1st, 1934; 288pp, 32 illus; vg int, spinecloth faded & marked. Memoirs, with much on the development of airlines.|
Bruno, Harry WINGS OVER AMERICA - Halcyon House USA , 1944 (from 19142 1st) ; 333pp plus 64pp of photos at rear;; vg, with author's SIGNED dedication to "Babs Smith RAF, with the wish for happy landings always" (Constance Babington-Smith) New York, 1945; (Fron C B-S collection) Enclosed a 6-page colouir folder advertising the book.
|A good, well illustrated review of American aviation; many references to people with a chapter on the outstanding personalities of the period.. Bruno, with brother Frank, joined the RFC in Canada in 1917 but seems to have remained in North America during WW 1. The book includes chapters on woman pilots, airship history & the politics of Mitchell & Lindbergh. A valuable history. Also earlier version, ex-service lib with many stamps at front & rear - £15|
|Burke, John WINGED LEGEND - the story of Amelia Earhart.||£15.00|
|Barker 1st (UK) 1971 (from USA 1st, 1970); 255pp, 15 photos; fine, near-fine inc d/w.|
Byrd, Richard Evelyn SKYWARD - Putnams USA 1st (revised) 1928 ; 18 x 11cm, 359pp, 6 illus; only good (1 plate replaced by photo-copy)
|Memoirs of trans-atlantic & polar flights.|
|Byrd, Ricgard E. LITTLE AMERICA - Putnams USA 1930; 422pp, 70 photos, 4 maps; vg||£35.00|
|Aerial exploration in the Antarctic - the flight to the South Pole.|
|Byrd, Richard E. ALONE -||£8.00|
|Readers Union & Putnam, 1939; 302pp, drgs in text; vg except spine cloth faded & split). Story of Byrd's lonely winter at the advanced base in Antarctica; not really an aviation book but has relationship with his other polar exploration books in which flying figured essentially.|
|Cadogan, Mary WOMEN WITH WINGS - female flyers in fact and fiction.||£17.50|
|McMillan 1st, 1992; 24 x 16cm, 280pp, photos, cartoons, sketches, good biblio; fine inc d/w. From ballooning to space girls.|
|Carter I.R. SOUTHERN CLOUD -||£14.00|
|Angus & Robertson 1st, 1964; 168pp, photos, maps, biblio; vg , chipped d/w.The story of Kingsford Smith's "Southern Cloud", its flights, disappearance and discovery.Also another, ex-lib with stamps etc at front only; vg - £8.|
|Clouston, A.Comm A.E. THE DANGEROUS SKIES - Cassell, reprinted 1st, 1954; 187pp, photos; vg, good d/w; .||£16.00|
|Includes description of flying the Comet racer in record flights.|
Clydesdale, Sdn Ldr the Marquess of Douglas & - THE PILOT'S BOOK OF EVEREST - Hodge 1st, 1936; 209pp, 53 photos; vg except corner of fep cut.
|Another description of the flight over Everest, scarcer than that by Fellowes.|