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The Dreadnought Boys on Aero Service

By: Lawton, Captain Wilbur

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Hurst & Company: 1912

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 2104107

Condition: Very Good


First edition. Boards lightly rubbed & soiled, pencil name on front endpaper. 1912 Hard Cover. We have more books available by this author!. 282, [30] pp. 8vo. A novel written for a juvenile audience, and an early example of aviation in fiction (the Wright brothers famous flight was just 9 years earlier), written pseudonymously by John Henry Goldfrap. Includes a large catalog of children's aviation novels bound in after text. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: John Henry Goldfrap (1879 – November 21, 1917) was a North American journalist and author of boys' books, participating in the American series phenome... View more info

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The Dreadnought Boys on Aero Service

By: Lawton, Captain Wilbur

Price: $35.00

Publisher: Hurst & Company: 1912

Seller ID: 2204358

Condition: Very Good


No jacket, corners bumped, top page ridge lightly foxed, ink note to front endpaper. 1912 Hard Cover. We have more books available by this author!. 282 pp. A novel written for a juvenile audience, and an early example of aviation in fiction (the Wright brothers famous flight was just 9 years earlier), written pseudonymously by John Henry Goldfrap. Includes a large catalog of children's aviation novels bound in after text. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: John Henry Goldfrap (1879 – November 21, 1917) was a North American journalist and author of boys' books, participating in the American series phenomenon.... View more info

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The Boy Aviators in Nicaragua or, in League with the Insurgents

By: Lawton, Captain Wilbur

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Hurst & Company: 1910

Seller ID: 2204359

Condition: Very Good


No jacket, spine and boards lightly foxed. 1910 Hard Cover. We have more books available by this author!. 336 pp. The first book in the Boy Aviators series. The launching of this Twentieth Century series marks the inauguration of a new era in boys' books--the wonders of modern science epoch. Frank and Harry Chester, the Boy Aviators, are the heroes of this exciting, red-blooded tale of adventure by air and land in the turbulent Central American republic. The two brothers with their $10,000 prize aeroplane, the Golden Eagle, rescue a chum from death in the clutches of the Nicaraguans, discover ... View more info