Livingston, Air Marshall Sir Philip. FRINGE OF THE CLOUDS - The story of an R.A.F.Doctor.
|Johnson 1st, 1962; 254pp, 25 photos; vg. Autobiography covering the early years of the RAF in India & Iraq; the author became a specialist opthalmologist, contributing much on night vision etc in WW 2. Ended career as Director-General of RAF Medical Services.|
|Londonderry, Marquess of WINGS OF DESTINY - Macmillan 1st, 1943; 245p; vg (fine int)||£18.00|
|Problems of the Air Ministry between the wars - interesting history by former Sec. of State for Air.|
|Lucas F.J. POPEYE LUCAS - Queenstown.||£14.50|
|Reed, Australia, 1st, 1968; 187pp, 36 photos; nr fine, rather ragged d/w.The author served through WW 2 in the RAF, after which he was a pioneer in Australia of private enterprise light-plane flying, mostly in connection with farming.|
Ludovici L.J. THE CHALLENGING SKY - the life of Sir Alliott Verdon-Roe. Jenkins 1st, 1956; 158pp, 30 photos; near fine inc d/w.
|Mainly covering the early period up to the '20s. Also vg (no d/w) £14|
Lundgren,William R. ACROSS THE HIGH FRONTIER - the story of a test pilot - Major Charles E.Yeager USAF Gollansz 1st, UK, 1956; 240pp, 12 photos; vg except sl foxing to page edges.
|Memoirs of flying the X-1 research plane.|
|Lynn,Jack THE HALLELUJAH FLIGHT - the compelling story of an epic journey.||£15.00|
|Robson Books 1st UK, 1989; 24 x 16cm, 237pp; fine inc d/w.remarkable story of the first air crossing of the USA by black Americans - a struggle against short funds and unbelievable racial prejudice.|
|Mackersey, Ian SMITHY - the life of Sir Charles Kingsford Smith.||£15.00|
|Little, Brown 1st, 1998; 416pp, 41 photos, ep maps, notes & biblio; fine, sl torn d/w. New biography, written with the collaboration of Kingsford Smith's family.|
|Macmillan, Norman FREELANCE PILOT -||£25.00|
|Heinemann, 1937; 321pp, 51 photos, 2 maps; vg sl foxing to page edges only; good d/w. Story of a flight to Spain and the attempted flight round the world with Blake.|
|McKay, Ernest A. A WORLD TO CONQUER - the epic story of the first round-the-world flight.||£16.00|
|Arco USA 1st, 1981; 24 x 17cm, 201pp, 25 photos; fine, sl torn d/w. The flight by U.S.Navy Douglas D-WCs.|
|McNally, Ward THE MAN ON THE TWENTY DOLLAR NOTE - Sir Charles Kingsford-Smith.||£16.00|
|Reed (New Zealand) 1st, 1976; 216pp, many photos in text; fine, vg d/w.A re-writing of the author's previous 1966 book on Kingsford-Smith with extra facts & details.|
|McNally, Ward SMITHY - The Kingsford-Smith story.||£15.00|
|Hale l966 reprint of 1966 1st; 190pp, 14 illus; vg inc d/w.|