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American Airlines: The Prop Era 1931-60 A History in Advertising Price - 19.95 USD Begun as American Airways; became American Airlines in 1934. Featured Douglas aircraft, but also flew Vultee, Ford Tri-motor, Convair, Curtiss-Wright and Lockheed Electra. Over 300 ads in color & black-and-white.
B-17 Flying Fortress: A History in Advertising 1937-46 Price - 19.95 USD 170 color & black-and-white ads featuring the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress. Shows ads by Boeing and its component suppliers, including Studebaker, Allis-Chalmers, Bendix, Goodyear and many others. Includes the first ad showing a B-17 from 1937.
Beechcraft: A History in Advertising 1943-1969 Price - 19.95 USD Over 200 ads in color and black-and-white documenting the rise of Beechcraft. Includes: AT-7, AT-10, AT-11, Baron, Bonanza, C-45, Debonair, F-2, Jet Mentor T-73, King Air, Model 17, Model 18, Musketeer, Queen Air, Super 18, Travel Air and Twin Bonanza.
Bell P-39 Airacobra: A History in Advertising 1941-45 Price - 19.95 USD The Flying Cannon, the P-39 was the only American fighter with a 37mm cannon firing explosive shells. An unusual engine-behind-the-pilot made it tricky to fly, but it was a useful strafing fighter in Europe and the Pacific. 95 ads in color & black-&-white
Boeing Stratocruiser: A History in Advertising 1945-1956 Price - 19.95 USD Based on the Boeing B-29 Superfortress, the Stratocruiser was the limousine of the air and opened the Pacific and the Far East to air travel immediately after World War II. The unique double-deck design featured a lounge below stairs. 165 different ads.
Cessna: A History in Advertising 1942-1969 Price - 19.95 USD Over 140 color and black-and-white ads documenting the company including these models: 120, 140, 150, 170, 172, 175, 180, 182, 190, 195, 205, 210, 310, 330, 411, Car of the Air, Skylane, Skyknight, Skymaster, Skyhawk, Skywagon, T-37, T-50 & U-3A.
Convair 880: A History in Advertising 1946-64 Price - 17.95 USD Over fifty ads, mostly on the Convair 880 jetliner. Also includes other Convair postwar prop airliners. The 880 was doomed by looking like a DC-8 or Boeing 707, but lacking either's range and payload capacity.
Convair B-58 Hustler: A History in Advertising 1957-61 Price - 19.95 USD At once the first delta wing bomber, the first supersonic bomber and a breakthrough aircraft in many methods and techniques of manufacture. The name was not what Convair would have preferred, but the engineers' nickname stuck. After all, 1325mph IS hustli
Fighters of World War II: An Advertising Survey Price - 17.95 USD A colorful survey of Lockheed P-38 Lightnings, Grumman Hellcats, Vought Corsairs, Republic Thunderbolts, Bell Airacobras and more. One hundred ads.
Jet Fighters of the 1940s & 50s: An Advertising Survey Price - 17.95 USD 100 ads surveying the first jet fighter era, including the Sabre, Cutlass, Crusader, Panther, Fury, Delta Dagger, Thunderchief and many more from Republic, North American, Chance Vought, Douglas, Convair, Grumman, Lockheed, Northrop, etc.
Jet Fighters of the 1950s & 60s: An Advertising Survey Price - 17.95 USD 100 more ads surveying the second decades of the jet fighter era, the 1950s & 60s. Jets include the Super Sabre, Cutlass, Crusader, Thunderchief, Fury, Delta Dart, and more from Republic, North American, Chance Vought, Douglas, Convair, etc.
Lockheed Constellation REVISED! A History in Advertising 1942-60 Price - 19.95 USD REVISED EDITION with over 435 ads, an additional 100+ ads in color and black-and-white not appearing on Version 1.0. Includes the earliest ad known that shows a Connie, published in 1942.
Lockheed Constellation: A History in Advertising 1943-1960 Price - 0.00 USD NOTE: This edition is currently OUT OF PRINT. If sufficient interest is expressed, we will revive it.
Lockheed P-38 Lightning: A History in Advertising 1940-1945 Price - 19.95 USD This 400mph interceptor earned its nickname from its pilots: Lightning. It was a stroke unlike any other in the air over World War II battlegrounds and seas. Here are over 75 ads from 1940-45 telling the P-38 story.
TWA: The Prop Era: A History in Advertising 1935-1958 Price - 19.95 USD Over 250 color and black-and-white ads from the inception of the DC-3 era through the last Constellation. This was the classiest airline advertising of the time, with the best illustrators and photographers contributing remarkable and compelling images.
United Air Lines: The Prop Era: A History in Advertising 1937-59 Price - 19.95 USD Among America's foundation airlines, United led the way for travel with its Douglas airliners, DC-3 through DC-7C. The Stratocruiser was added as a one-class (first, of course) airliner, primarily to Hawaii. 230 ads in color & black-and-white.
 

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