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LONDON TO PARIS BY AIR - THE "IMPERIAL" WAY

RANKIN, William H.

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New York: Carey Craft Press, 1924. First edition. 8vo. Quarter cloth over boards. Faint damping one corner, unobtrusive. Wear to extremities. Good or better. Inscribed and SIGNED by author Rankin to ffep. 29pp. (Item ID: 11802)

"Written by William H. Rankin as he rode by aeroplane while in the air -- July 19, 1924, accompanied by Mr. G. T. Hodges, of the All-Fiction Field and the New York Sun."


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