|Hagenbach, Arnold PILOT TEX - The adventures of a Californian transport pilot.||£10.00|
|Hamilton 1st, l930s; trans by Sykes; 253pp; 14 photos; vg int, spinecloth splitting Author's story of flying training & mail flying Alaso - unillustrated version, vg - £8.|
|Halliburton,Richard THE FLYING CARPET -||£10.00|
|Bles ; 1950 reprint 352pp, 16 photos; vg, ragged d/w; Flights to Africa and The Philippines.|
|Harley, Jane F. MANTLE OF SAFETY - the Flying Doctor service.||£12.00|
|Hale 1st, 1963; 189pp, 14 photos, map; nr fine, vg d/w. Widely experienced traveller's account of the early days of the Service and its life-saving value.|
Harper, Harry TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF FLYING - Impressions, recollections & descriptions. Hutchinson 1st, 1929; 292pp, 63 photos; vg.
|From the experience of the well-known early chronicler.|
Harper, Harry ACE AIR REPORTER - Scientific Book Club 1st, 1943; 19 x 13cm, 151pp, 13 photos; vg, good d/w.
|Personal reminiscences of Britain's first air reporter.|
Harper,Harry MY FIFTY YEARS IN FLYING - by the world's first air correspondent. Associated Newspapers 1st, 1956; 256pp, 31 photos; near fine, vg d/w.
|Much on pre-WW 1 period.|
|Harvie E.F. GEORGE BOLT - Pioneer Aviator.||£25.00|
|Reed (New Zealand), 1974; 29 x 23cms, 176pp, f.illus; fine, vg d/w. Story of the pioneer of experimental aeronautics before WW 1, chief pilot to the Walsh brothers, trainer of NZ pilots during WW 1, pioneering airmail & charter flying; he was eventually chief engineer of TEAL (precursor of Air New Zealand).|
|Hawker H.G. & K Mackenzie-Grieve (Lt Cdr RN) OUR ATLANTIC ATTEMPT - Methuen 1st, 1919; 19 x 13cm, 128pp, 14 illus; vg,||£24.00|
Hotson, Fred W. THE BREMEN - Canav Books, Canada 1988; 224pp, photos, maps, 3-view line drgs of the aircraft; biblio; fine inc d/w; author-signed dedication.
|Story of the first East-West flight across the North Atlantic & its landing on a remote Canadian island in the Gulf of St Lawrence, by modified Junkers W 33.|
Iliff, Jay THE DAILY TELEGRAPH AIRMEN'S OBITUARIES - Book 2 Grub St 2007; 416pp, fine inc d/w; annotated & signed by Air Comm. Graham Pitchfork (writer of the foreword)
|Many famous aviators included in this volume. Also Book 1 (Bishop); fine inc d/w - £8|
|Jackson A.S. PATHFINDER BENNETT - Airman Extraordinary. Dalton 1st, 1991; 24 x 18cm, 162pp, f.illes;nr fine inc d/w||£12.00|
Jacob, Fred E. TAKEOFFS and TOUCHDOWNS - My Sixty Years of Flying - Barnes, 1981; 224pp, 17 illus; fine, sl torn d/w
|Over 7,000 hours of flying including racing, barnstorming - and ww 2.|
Johns W.E.(Ed'r) THRILLING FLIGHTS - Hamilton 1st c1935 (nd); vg int, spinecloth faded; unillustrated.
|A variety of stories by famous pilots & writers, including Strange, Barnard, Barker, Insall, Pauline Gower & William Courtenay (many of WW 1) repeated from features in Popular Flying including one by Johns himself.|
Johnson, Amy SKY ROADS OF THE WORLD - Chambers 1st, 1939; 314pp, frontis portrait; vg in a
|sound d/w which, however, has a cutting picture of the DH 88 Comet stuck to the front (nice picture but in the wrong place!) ; Scarce auto-auto-biography of the famous pre-war lady pioneer inc comments on the developing world air routes and some anecdotes from her own experiences. (V scarce with a d/wrapper)|
Johnsson, Sigurdur AUS DEN ANFAENGEN DER VERKEHRSFLIEGEREI "SIGGI" DER FLIEGER - Walter Zuerl "Flieger-buch", 1976; 95pp plus 90-page photo section; German lang; nr fine inc d/w.
|Life story of the first Icelander pilot who was trained as a commercial pilot in Germany in 1928-1930. Well-illustrated picture of this period of German civil aviation|
|Johnstone, A v.M Sandy CB DFC with Roderic Grant WHERE NO ANGELS DWELL - Jarrolds 1st, 1969; ;224pp, 17 photos; good inc d/w||£10.00|
Johnstone,A.v-M. Sandy ADVENTURE IN THE SKY - Kimber 1st, 1978; 192pp, 21 photos; fine inc d/w.
|Career story, mostly WW 2.|
|Johnstone, A.v-M. Sandy DIARY OF AN AVIATOR - an autobiography. Airlife 1st, 1993; 168pp, 23 photos; fine inc d/w.||£16.00|
|Story of the author's career, from Commercial pilot in 1939, command of a Spitfire squadron in 1940, to post-war appointments in Malaya, Borneo and with NATO.|