Very Good in Good dust jacket. 0151103720. Xvi, 304 pages, 8 plates, cloth, DJ, very good. From Wikipedia: Elinor Smith (August 17, 1911 – March 19, 2010), was a pioneering American aviatrix, once known as "The Flying Flapper of Freeport". She was the first woman test pilot for both Fairchild and Bellanca (now AviaBellanca). She was the youngest licensed pilot in the world at 16.
Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. Signed by Author(s) 8.5" x 5.75" [D-Av]. Signed by author with inscription to previous owner. 304 pp. Hardcover bound in boards with dust jacket. Light shelf-wear; jacket has minor edge-wear.
Very Good in Good jacket. Signed by Elinor Smith on front free endpaper: "To Lynn Lawrence with best wishes, Elinor Smith." Also with first day cover from March 10, 1980 (no. 245 of 1000) on Cradle of Aviation Museum (Long Island) envelope printed with Smith's image and information, and also signed by Smith; in original glassine envelope. Published by Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1981, hardbound with dust jacket. First edition, but does not appear to be first printing. Book with small book store notation on first page, else no markings noted; top edge moderately dusted, binding very tight. Jacket with spine faded, chip to edge of back cover.
Very Good in Good jacket. 8vo, DJ is priceclipped with sun-faded spine, edges foxed, Signed and dated by the author, autobiography of the famous aviator, illustrated with photographs, index, 304 pages.
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