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Air Trails November 1936

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Air Trails November 1936

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Publication Title:Air Trails
Issue Number:2
Publisher:Air Trails
Issue:November 1936
Publishing Date:01-11-1936
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Bill Barnes Air Novel Murder over Hollywood.
Death took wings and struck in mid-air again and again
And there were motion pictures of every death
A great Bill Barnes Air Adventure Novel by George L. Eaton.
Grandpa Burns by Harold Montanye.
The trick was ingenious but a pilots eyes are trained to obserte everything.

The Model Workshop Conducted by Gordon S. Light.
The Contest Calendar A schedule of competitive events.
Navy Hawk by Alan D. Booton and Ralph Pickard.
Flying Scale Model of the Curtiss Hawk Type III
Its the Finish by Nicholas E. DApuzzo
Paint dope and detail make a model.
Record Threat by Lawrence N. Smithline.
An indoor Class B fuselage.
Fun Afloat by Gordon S. Light.
Building floats successfully is an art.
Private Air Bus by William Winter.
Solid Scale Model of the Hammond Y.
Lightweight . by Gordon S. Light.
The Zephyr a flying model for beginners.
The Discussion Corner.
Air Trails readers discuss their chosen subject for the current month.
The Mark
Answers to questions information for all.
Fast Transport by Nicholas E. DApuzzo.
Model plans of the Heinkel He 70.
Model Matters.
Contest times club notes news about modelers activities.

Orders to Pensacola by James Smithson.
Things you leant to know about this great training station.
The New Hammond Pusher by Frank Tinsley.
A detailed discussion of the plane on the cover.
Air Lines in the Land of the Midnight Sun by Bernt Balchen.
What is happening in Norway as told to John Du Barry.
Americas First Flight by Kenneth P. Wood.
How President Washington sponsored a balloon ascension.

Whats Your Question Conducted by Clyde Pangborn.
A page of interesting expert information.
Air Adventurers Club Conducted by Albert J. Carlson.
Its all Flying

This Winged World.
Notable photos picturing current air events.
Pursuit Plane Development.
Another delineation of aero development.
The Fliers Dictionary by C. B. Colby.
Cloud formations and weather forecast the fourteenth lesson in the technical terminology of the airman.
Air Trails Gallery.
Pictures of modern airplanes for the collector.
Pictorial History of Man in the Air.
More episodes for your aeronautic scrapbook.
Air Progress
News of whats happening in aviation.
Split second Action.
Aerial adventures that come once in a lifetime.
Gullibles Travels. Major Hunt.
A cash prize contest with plenty of fan.
Air Cannon.
Describing the 37mm. rapid firer.

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