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THROUGH THE OVERCAST (THE WEATHER AND THE ART OF INSTRUMENT FLYING)

by JORDANOFF,, ASSEN

Condition: VERY GOOD/Good


New York: FUNK & WAGNALLS COMPANY, 1942. Hard bound in very good condition. Dust cover in good condition. Front of dust cover illustrated in color. Cover and page edging are slightly soiled. Leaves are clean, and yellowing with age. Has a name written at the top of the front paste down. Illustrated with black and white picture's and drawings. Has 356 pages...THIS IS A VERY LOW PRICE ON THIS SCARCE VOLUME...THROUGH THE OVERCAST...THE WEATHER AND THE ART OF INSTRUMENT FLYING...BY ASSEN JORDANOFF. HARDBOUND. Hard Back. VERY GOOD/Good. Illus. by FRANK L. CARLSON AND FRED L. MEAGHER. 11X14. AVAITION.

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