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COMMERCIAL AVIATION HISTORY

COMMERCIAL AVIATION HISTORY

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1 BEARD, CHAS. E Thos. E. Braniff (1883 - 1954) Southwest Pioneer in Air Transportation
New York The Newcomen Society in North America 1955 
Second printing. Staplebound pamphlet, 6” x 9”, 32 pages. Illustrated. With a hint of darkening to the covers, else fine in printed wrappers. The printed presentation by Chas. E. Beard, President of Braniff International Airways before a meeting of the Newcomen Society on February 17, 1955 in New York, NY honoring the life and work of Thomas E. Braniff. Introduction by Fred F. Florence, President of the Republic National Bank of Dallas. The Newcomen Society began originally in London in 1920 and then in the United States in 1923, serving as a champion of American capitalism, entrepreneurism, and free enterprise until its closure in 2007. 
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2 CARMICHAEL, J. H The Distinguished Briton in American Skies! The Viscounts ‘Capital Airlines'
New York The Newcomen Society in North America 1957 
Second printing. Staplebound pamphlet, 6” x 9”, 24 pages. Illustrated. With a hint of darkening to the covers, else fine in printed wrappers. The printed presentation by J. H. Carmichael, President of Capital Airlines, Inc. before a meeting of the Newcomen Society on March 29, 1957 in Washington, D.C. Introduction by Philip M. Talbott. The Newcomen Society began originally in London in 1920 and then in the United States in 1923, serving as a champion of American capitalism, entrepreneurism, and free enterprise until its closure in 2007. 
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3 DAMON, RALPH S ‘TWA' Nearly Three Decades in the Air
New York The Newcomen Society in North America 1952 
Second printing. Staplebound pamphlet, 6” x 9”, 32 pages. Illustrated. With a hint of darkening to the edges, else fine in printed covers. The printed presentation by Ralph S. Damon, President of Trans World Airlines, Inc. (TWA) before a meeting of the Newcomen Society on December 4, 1952 In New York, NY. Introduction by Robert E. Gross, President and Chairman of the Board of Lockheed Aircraft International. The Newcomen Society began originally in London in 1920 and then in the United States in 1923, serving as a champion of American capitalism, entrepreneurism, and free enterprise until its closure in 2007. 
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4 FURNAS, DR. CLIFFORD COOK Experiment in Research: Cornell's Aeronautical Laboratory on the Niagra Frontier
New York The Newcomen Society in North America 1950 
Second printing. Staplebound pamphlet, 6” x 9”, 28 pages. Illustrated. With a hint of darkening to the covers, else fine in printed wrappers. The printed presentation by Dr. Clifford Cook Furnas, Director of the Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc. before a meeting of the Newcomen Society on May 4, 1950 in Buffalo, NY. Introduction by Patrick H. Hodgson. The Newcomen Society began originally in London in 1920 and then in the United States in 1923, serving as a champion of American capitalism, entrepreneurism, and free enterprise until its closure in 2007. 
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5 HALL, FLOYD D Sunrise at Eastern: Re-Birth of a Pioneer Airline
New York The Newcomen Society in North America 1965 
First printing. Staplebound pamphlet, 6” x 9”, 32 pages. Illustrated. With a hint of darkening to the covers, else fine in printed wrappers. The printed presentation by Floyd D. Hall, President of Eastern Airlines, Inc. before a meeting of the Newcomen Society on December 2, 1965 in New York, NY. Introduction by Laurence S. Rockefeller. The Newcomen Society began originally in London in 1920 and then in the United States in 1923, serving as a champion of American capitalism, entrepreneurism, and free enterprise until its closure in 2007. 
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6 HARRIS, THOMAS J The Magic of Aero Design
New York The Newcomen Society in North America 1963 
Second printing. Staplebound pamphlet, 6” x 9”, 24 pages. Illustrated. With a hint of darkening to the edges, else fine in printed covers. The printed presentation by Thomas J. Harris, Vice President and General Manager of Aero Commander, Inc. of Bethany, Oklahoma before a meeting of the Newcomen Society on May 10, 1962 in Oklahoma City, OK. Introduction by Colonel Willard F. Rockwell. The Newcomen Society began originally in London in 1920 and then in the United States in 1923, serving as a champion of American capitalism, entrepreneurism, and free enterprise until its closure in 2007. 
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7 HORNER, H. M The United Aircraft Story
New York The Newcomen Society in North America 1958 
Second printing. Staplebound pamphlet, 6” x 9”, 28 pages. Illustrated. With a hint of darkening to the covers, else fine in printed wrappers. The printed presentation by H. M. Horner, Chairman of United Aircraft Corporation before a meeting of the Newcomen Society on November 20, 1958 in New York, NY. Introduction by T. Keith Glennan, Administrator of N.A.S.A. The Newcomen Society began originally in London in 1920 and then in the United States in 1923, serving as a champion of American capitalism, entrepreneurism, and free enterprise until its closure in 2007. 
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8 LA PIERRE C. W Power for Progress in the Air: General Electric Jet Engines
New York The Newcomen Society in North America 1954 
Second printing. Staplebound pamphlet, 6” x 9”, 24 pages. Illustrated. With a hint of darkening to the covers, else fine in printed wrappers. The printed presentation by C. W. La Pierre, Vice-President and General Manager of the Aircraft Gas Turbine Division of the General Electric Company before a meeting of the Newcomen Society on April 1, 1954 in Cincinnati, OH. The Newcomen Society began originally in London in 1920 and then in the United States in 1923, serving as a champion of American capitalism, entrepreneurism, and free enterprise until its closure in 2007. 
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9 LEWIS, ARTHUR D Hawaiian Airlines: America's Pioneer Carrier In the Pacific
New York The Newcomen Society in North America 1960 
Second printing. Staplebound pamphlet, 6” x 9”, 24 pages. Illustrated. With a hint of darkening to the edges, else fine in printed covers. The printed presentation by Arthur D. Lewis, President of Hawaiian Airlines, Inc., Honolulu before a meeting of the Newcomen Society on July 14, 1960 in Honolulu, HI. Introduction by Dudley C. Lewis, General Counsel and Director of Hawaiian Airlines. The Newcomen Society began originally in London in 1920 and then in the United States in 1923, serving as a champion of American capitalism, entrepreneurism, and free enterprise until its closure in 2007. 
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10 MAYTAG, L. B., JR ‘Palmetto-Hopper' The History of National Airlines, Inc.
New York The Newcomen Society in North America 1963 
Second printing. Staplebound pamphlet, 6” x 9”, 28 pages. Illustrated. With a hint of darkening to the covers, else fine in printed wrappers. The printed presentation by L.B. Maytag, Jr., President of National Airlines, Inc. before a meeting of the Newcomen Society on June 4, 1963 in Los Angeles, CA. Introduction by Donald W. Douglas, Chairman of the Board of Douglas Aircraft Co. The Newcomen Society began originally in London in 1920 and then in the United States in 1923, serving as a champion of American capitalism, entrepreneurism, and free enterprise until its closure in 2007. 
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11 PATTERSON, WILLIAM A 25 Years Among the Stars: United Airlines 1926 - 1951
New York The Newcomen Society in North America 1951 
Second printing. Staplebound pamphlet, 6” x 9”, 24 pages. Illustrated. With a hint of use and darkening to the covers, else fine in printed wrappers. The printed presentation by William A. Patterson, President of United Air Lines before a meeting of the Newcomen Society on October 18, 1951 in Salt Lake City, UT, honoring the 25th anniversary of scheduled air transportation in the United States. Introduction by George M. Gadsby of the Utah Power and Light Company. The Newcomen Society began originally in London in 1920 and then in the United States in 1923, serving as a champion of American capitalism, entrepreneurism, and free enterprise until its closure in 2007. 
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12 SHEA, ANDREW B Panagra: Linking the Americas During 25 Years
New York The Newcomen Society in North America 1954 
Second printing. Staplebound pamphlet, 6” x 9”, 24 pages. Illustrated. With a hint of darkening to the covers, else fine in printed wrappers. The printed presentation by Andrew B. Shea, President of Pan American-Grace Airways, Inc. before a meeting of the Newcomen Society on February 24, 1954 in Washington, D.C. Introduction by Colonel Earl D. Johnson, President of the Air Transportation Association. The Newcomen Society began originally in London in 1920 and then in the United States in 1923, serving as a champion of American capitalism, entrepreneurism, and free enterprise until its closure in 2007. 
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