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WIND AND SAND: THE STORY OF THE WRIGHT BROTHERS AT KITTY HAWK by  Paula  Lynanne; and Degen - Paperback - Signed - 1983 - from Popeks Books, IOBA and Biblio.com

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WIND AND SAND: THE STORY OF THE WRIGHT BROTHERS AT KITTY HAWK

by Wescott, Lynanne; and Degen, Paula

Condition: Collectible-Good/No Jacket


U.S.A.: Eastern Acorn Press, 1983. This book has a pink spine with black lettering and a photo illustrated cover. Cover slightly browned, with wear; general wear and soil. The book is autographed on the front endpaper by Wescott and Degen, inscribed "Kill Devil Hills, N.C.," dated Dec. 17, 1983. Illustrated throughout with photos of and by the Wright Brothers documenting their pioneering flight efforts, this book tells the story of their creations in their own words. 189 pages; approx. 8"x10".. Author. Soft Cover. Collectible-Good/No Jacket. Illus. by Photo Illustrated.


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