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I have 22 copies (1942 and 1943 editions) of "Flying" magazine. WWII era, color photo front covers, all mags in excellent condition. GREAT collectors item if anyone is interested. Found them in an estate sale, collected and stored by the original owner. Respond to board and I will send you an e-mail if interested.
I 'm looking for a copy of Flying Magazine Jan. 1942, Vol XXX, No. 1.
Should your vintage collection include this issue, would appreciate your response
to Dana (Trapnell) Tibbitts
I found 2 copies of this magazine in a yard sale. They are October 1055 and December 1955. They are not in the best of shape, looks like some pages are wet and sticking together. Any ideas if I should just trash them.
i have found 2 copies APRIL 1957 ANDJULY,1955
I AM LOOKING FOR A COPY OF THE FLYING MAGAZINE FOR OCTOBER 1955 . CONTACT ME AT email@example.com
I WOULD LIKE TO GET A COPY OF THE OCTOBER 1955 FLYING MAGAZINE. CONTACT ME AT firstname.lastname@example.org
During the WW II era, my Cousin was featured in a photo in Flying Magazine...
An enlisted Marine, Standing on a wing [maybe Corsair]...String of ammuniction around his neck...looking skyward....
Probably taken at Guadalcanal or later...
Trying to locate this photo...any help is appreciated...
Don Romano DROMANO3@nycap.rr.com
I think I'm lost !!! Is this E-Bay or what.
Really, Mr. Anonymous ? You found a FLYING issue from 1055. Was that before or after the crusades?
Seriously, you might try aviation museums or Halls of Fame, aviation flea markets, eBay or amazon. Maybe give Ziff Davis a call in New York, if they still exist. You might look up Dick Collins through the magazine and see if he has them, or perhaps his Dad Leighton had them.
Beyond that, just keep trying. Good luck!
This is such a great thing to know. Wow! thank you so much for sharing....
I'm looking for a copy of "Flying", October 1946, Volume 39, Number 4 or more specifically a copy in any file format of the article from it "Weekend Warriors" found on pages 43-47 and page 96(continuation of the text to end) It's for family history of the Zaeske family. Earling Zaeske, the main subject of the article, a decorated WWII ace per service with Navy VF-2 "The Rippers" is or was an in-law of mine and one helluva great guy. He passed away in 2009 and though always with us in spirit is more so around this memorial day.
You can find an online copy of that issue here: http://books.google.com/books?id=BRPzpOtodqgC&printsec=frontcover&dq=fly...
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