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1 Sanderson, J.F.; Wilson, J.A.; Parkin, Prof. J.H.; Narraway, A.M.; "Pitot"; Hallam, Major Douglas; Scott, Group Captain J.S. Canadian Aviation Magazine, July 1928 - Official Publication of the Aviation League of Canada
Toronto, Canada Aviation League of Canada 1928 First Edition Paperback Good 
48 pages. Second issue of this marvelous publication. Features: Loening Aeronautical Engineering Corporation ad inside front cover; Nice photo-illustrated Fairchild ad on page 1 features the Vickers-Fairchild Cabin Monoplane; Photo-ad for Canadian Vickers Limited shows the Vicers Vedette; Goodyear airplane tire ad; Armstrong Siddleley ad for their Lynx radial engine; Wakefield Castrol Motor Oil ad; Editorial comments on why the achievements of Canadian aviators are not 'ballyhoo-ed' across the world, and why insurance companies must act to service the rapidly developing aviation industry in Canada; Great article explains how E.W.G. Moore (shown in photo inset) and other public-spirited citizens secured an airport for London, Ontario after the electorate refused to approve the expense; Photos of the Prince of Wales in flying kit, Sir Alan Cobham after his 22,000-mile flight, Amelia Earhart in group photo at Southampton after crossing the Atlantic for the first time, and Miss Earhart's seaplaine "Friendship" afloat at Southampton; Inauguration of the Winnipeg Flying Club - article with photos of Manitoba Premier John Bracken and his wife, Major Ray Miller, Lieut. Palmer, and W.A. Major, Attorney-General of Manitoba, plus a photo of Captain H.A. Oaks who was awared the McKee trophy for the most valuable contribution to aviation in Canada; Progress of Civil Aviation in Canada - article; Photo memorializing Captain Emilio Carranza, Mexico's "Lone Eagle" flying ambassador to the United States who died at age 22 in a crash; Photo of the Trans Canada trophy won by Capt. H.A. Oaks; Canadian Aviation and the University of Toronto - article with five photos which document the University's aerodynamic laboratory which was established ten years ago and is now being used for undergraduate instruction; First aircraft show opened at Montreal - article with photos of officials E.F. Peacock and Capt. W. S. Lighthall; Photo of Joaquim Pacheco and Fritz Bieler, the first aviators to make the flight from Canada to Mexico; Canada leads in Aerial Photography - article with photos; Is Your Life Insurance Policy Affected? - Part II - article deals with confusion over insurance coverage of aviation risk; Nice aerial photos of Gaspe and the Royal Military College; Detroit Air Olympics Draw Mammoth Crowds - article with nine photos; News from flying clubs; Nice ad for the De Havilland Moth; Pioneer Altimeter ad; Numerous press comments on the first issue of Canadian Aviation; Fantastic photo full-page ad for Canadian Pacific Express - World Wide Service - photos shows truck backed up to plane; Toronto Boys Compete at Detroit Model Aircraft Contest - article with photos of Edward Adams, H.H. McKinnon, Richard Hiscocks, Ford Grant, Aram Abgarian, Jack Loughner and Thomas Hill; Fantastic full-page photo ad for International Airways of Canada (Hamilton, Ontario) shows their Loening Amphibian plane; Model Aircraft flights are helpful - article; Air Services in Canada - Part II - information about the R.C.A.F. with three photos; Marvelube ad on back cover. Somewhat above-average wear. Binding intact. Three-inch opening to base of coverfold. A sound vintage copy of this early issue. 
Price: 399.95 USD
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