Canadian Aviation Magazine, February 1929 - Official Publication of the Aviation League of Canada

By: Sellar, H.L.; Bingham, Hiram; Mayson, R.; Hamburg, Merrill

Price: $495.00

Quantity: 1 available

Condition: Good


Splendid cover illustration of planes in spotlights by W. Gord. Wallace. 40 pages. Features: Nice Fairchild ad with photos of their Wasp, 21 and 41 models; Great photo ad for Canadian Vickers Limited showing their Vedette; Canadian Pacific Express photo ad shows packages beinng loaded into plane from a truck - super vintage ad for Canada's first air express service; Photo ad for Armstrong-Siddeley's Jaguar 455 H.P. air-cooled static radial engine; Great article with five photos discusses Industrial Photography in aviation - with aerial photos of American Falls at Niagara, Industrial Hamilton, General Motors of Canada's Oshawa Plant, and Ontario Hospital at Hamilton; The National Aeronautic Association of the United States - article by Senator Hiram Bingham; Saskatoon Aero Club - article with two photos including R. Randall, C. Yule, R. Schwinghammer, Dr. L. McConnell, T. Sigsworth, J.F. Bythell, S. McClelland and R. Mayson; News from the flying clubs; Expansion announced by Canadian Vickers, Limited; Photo of the inauguration of Canadian Pacific Express bi-weekly air service; Formation of the Canadian Pratt & Whitney Aircraft Company; New metal Gipsy Moth passes strict government tests - article with photos; Helioplane developed by John E. Hess of New Westminster, B.C. - article; Great full-page photo ad for the Gipsy Moth by De Havilland; Short-wave wireless transmitter devised by R.N. Johnston and Charles Ward, two young engineers of the Ontario Forestry Branch; Ad for Montreal's Continental School of Flying with photo of Capt. J.H. St. Martein; Principles of Aeroplane Construction - article; Super vintage full-page photo ad for the rotary "Snow King" plow by J.S. Innes Limited; Full-page ad for the Wright Whirlwind engine; Nice full-page ad for the Woods Manufacturing Company of Ottawa shows their flying suits; Ad for the Monocoupe inside back cover; Rambler ad on back cover promotes their all-metal lighte aeroplanes. Average wear. Binding intact. One-inch opening to top of coverfold. A sound vintage copy of this excellent early issue.

Title: Canadian Aviation Magazine, February 1929 - Official Publication of the Aviation League of Canada

Author: Sellar, H.L.; Bingham, Hiram; Mayson, R.; Hamburg, Merrill

Illustrator: Wallace, W. Gordon

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Canadian History, Aviation,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Toronto, Canada, Aviation League of Canada: 1929

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 845g0910

Keywords: Canadian Aviation Magazine, February 1929 - Official Publication of the Aviation League of Canada Fairchild ad with photos of their Wasp, 21 and 41 models; Great photo ad for Canadian Vickers Limited showing their Vedette; Canadian Pacific Express photo ad shows packages beinng loaded into plane from a truck - super vintage ad for Canada's first air express service; Photo ad for Armstrong-Siddeley's Jaguar 455 H.P. air-cooled static radial engine; Great article with five photos discusses Industrial Photography in aviation - with aerial photos of American Falls at Niagara, Industrial Hamilton, General Motors of Canada's Oshawa Plant, and Ontario Hospital at Hamilton; The National Aeronautic Association of the United States - article by Senator Hiram Bingham; Saskatoon Aero Club - article with two photos including R. Randall, C. Yule, R. Schwinghammer, Dr. L. McConnell, T. Sigsworth, J.F. Bythell, S. McClelland and R. Mayson; News from the flying clubs; Expansion announced by Canadian Vickers, Limited; Photo of the inauguration of Canadian Pacific Express bi-weekly air service; Formation of the Canadian Pratt & Whitney Aircraft Company; New metal Gipsy Moth passes strict government tests - article with photos; Helioplane developed by John E. Hess of New Westminster, B.C. - article; Great full-page photo ad for the Gipsy Moth by De Havilland; Short-wave wireless transmitter devised by R.N. Johnston and Charles Ward, two young engineers of the Ontario Forestry Branch; Ad for Montreal's Continental School of Flying with photo of Capt. J.H. St. Martein; Principles of Aeroplane Construction - article; Super vintage full-page photo ad for the rotary "Snow King" plow by J.S. Innes Limited; Full-page ad for the Wright Whirlwind engine; Nice full-page ad for the Woods Manufacturing Company of Ottawa shows their flying suits; Ad for the Monocoupe inside back cover; Rambler ad on back cover promotes their all-metal lighte Aeroplanes,