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Rosendahl served on the dirigible Shenandoah and was commander of the dirigible Los Angeles and the ridged airship Akron. 311 pages illustrated with photographs. Bound in original dark blue cloth lettered in gilt. Offsetting to the front and rear endpapers where paper clippings were laid in, though no longer present. A near fine copy, without the dust jacket. Codice inventario libreria
Titolo: UP SHIP!
Casa editrice: Dodd, Mead and Company
Data di pubblicazione: 1931
Edizione: First edition, first printing.
Descrizione libro Dodd, Mead & Company. NY, 1931. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Very Good. First Edition. . . . . First Edition, First Printing. 8vo, hardcover. No dj, dark blue cloth. Vg condition. NOT ex-library. Spine faded, covers unworn. Short gift inscription on front endpaper; contents clean, no marking or writing. Binding sturdy and tight, with no separation at endpaper seams. 310 pp., illustrations. Codice libro della libreria 1160223.19
Descrizione libro Dodd, Mead & Co, New York, 1931. hardcover. Condizione libro: very good. First. Photo illustrations. 8vo, blue cloth. New York: Dodd Mead, 1931. First edition. Spine dulled, still a very good clean copy. Concerns American efforts at lighter-than-aircraft. Codice libro della libreria 165976
Descrizione libro New York: Dodd, Mead And Co., 1931 First Edition, 1931. VG+. No DJ. SIGNED. Gilt lettering and illustration on cover are clean and bright, lettering on spine is lightly soiled. Rosendahl was a renowned airship commander, in charge of the Akron and the Los Angeles. 311 p., photos. Codice libro della libreria B0786
Descrizione libro Dodd Mead & Co, NYC, NY, 1931. Condizione libro: Collectible. FINE. Blue cloth boards, bright gold titling and decorationon cover and spine. Photo illustrated throughout. By Lt Commander Roisendahl and dedicated to the heroic crew lost in the disaster of the U.S.S. Shenandoah, the bokk is a history through 1931 of the US Dirigible fleet including worldwide tours. Serving from 1910 to 1946 he ascieved the rank of Vice Admiral . Service included command of the Lakehurst Navel Air Station, even witnessing the Hindenburg disaster in 1937. This is a superior condition US Naval Airships history. Museum quality. For the US Naval lighter-than-air ship historian or specialist. Vice Admiral Rosendahl biography tipped-in. [B7]. Codice libro della libreria 007989
Descrizione libro New York Dodd Mead 1931, 1931. First Edition. Signed presentation copy fro Lt.-Comdr, Charles E. Rosendahl to Lt. Comdr. Frank ÔSpigÕ Wead, inscribed by the author: ÒWith best wishes to ÔSpigÕ Wead in recognition of all the contributions he has made to aeronautics in spite of great odds. C.E. Rosendahl. 28 November, 1931.Ó Illustrated. Very good lightly used copy in a lightly dust soiled dust jacket which has some chipping and creasing with the largest effecting the lettering at head of spine. ÔSpigÕ Wead was an ace pilot in the U.S. Navy just after World War I, greatly contributing to the development of the NavyÕs aviation programs. After an unfortunate accident in which he became paralyzed, he became a writer of novels, stories, and screenplays, including West Point of the Air, China Clipper, Sea Devils, Moon Over Burma, etc. His biographical history Wings for Men served as the inspiration for the great John Ford film The Wings of Eagles starring John Wayne. The front panel of the dust jacket of this book has a wonderful painting of a dirigible air ship soaring above its hangar. A terrific book detailing the history and development of airships in the United States. Codice libro della libreria 10808E