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Air Trails July 1938

American vintage magazine.


Publication Title:Air Trails
Issue Number:4
Publisher:Air Trails
Issue:July 1938
Publishing Date:01-07-1938
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The Baby Albatross by Frank Tinsley page 18
The newest Bowlus sailplane spreads its wings the ship on the cover.
Crash by Lee Gehlbach page 20
Six mile a minute racers jamming around pylons in vertical hanks the roar of overheated motors the threat of weakening wings how it feels to fly in the big time racing circuit.
Elementary Avigation by James Smithson page 26
Concluding a remarkable series of easy to read educational articles.

The Great Impersonation (Bill Barnes Novel) by George L. Eaton page 36
An amazing intrigue of international proportions centers on a far off land Madagascar.
High Flyer by John DuBarry page 78
A truly modern story of concern to anyone who has ever endeavored to get into aviation.

Air Progress page 6
Reviewing the developments of the month the current happenings in every land.
Transports of Tomorrow by Jack Frye page 8
A guest editorial by the president of T.W.A.
Our Guest Editor Compiled by Tracy Richardson page 9
The life story of T.W.A.s youthful but successful president.
This Winged World page 10
The news of the aeronautical world presented in pictures.
Whats Your Question Conducted by Clyde Pangborn page 30
An expert pilot answers your aeronautical questions.
Ceiling Zero page 32
Pictorial story of a blind flight a proof of aerial transportations safety.
Pictorial History of Man in the Air page 55
The march of aviation ships men and events now all but forgotten.
Ships in Black and White page 56
Planes of the moment pictured in impressive style by an aviation artist.
Cross Winds page 88
A crossword puzzle to test your aeronautical knowledge.
Silver Cs page 97
Biographical notes of American sailplane pilots about Lewin Barringer.

Gliding and Soaring Conducted by Alexis Dawydoff page 16
About the Elmira contest prizes events ships entered.
Official N. A. A. News Conducted by William R. Enyart page 24
An opportunity to keep abreast of the trend of private flying manufacturing and other phases of American aviation.
Light Plane Flying Clubs Conducted by Arch Whitehouse page 28
Something to sink your teeth into is the universal acclaim of this popular department.
The Air Adventurers Club Conducted by Albert J. Carlson page 34
22.000 members united in common bond to spread the gospel of modem flying.

Model contents are listed on a separate page 57

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