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Let's Fly Backward! Barnestorming the Grand Traverse Bay Region

by Barnes, Al

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Detroit, Harlo Press, 1976. Hardcover. Edition not stated (no other date). 22.2 cm (8.7 inch) tall. 206 pages. Condition of book: Book Very Good (small bookplate scar on front endpaper; very light general wear; clean & tight)/ Dust jacket Very Good (light edge crumples; no tears; bright; in clear Brodart cover). Aviation, Michigan, Aerial Photography, Exploration & Travel. Our books ship from Tampa Florida by the next business day.
  • Bookseller: Books and Bowls US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 12420
  • Title: Let's Fly Backward! Barnestorming the Grand Traverse Bay Region
  • Author: Barnes, Al
  • Book condition: Used
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Detroit, Harlo Press
  • Date published: 1976


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