Air Trails 1937/04 April (RCL#1060)

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"This article contains the most vitally important series ever offered to young air-minded Americans. If you plan on the air for your career, follow it carefully. Save your copies."

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Air Trails 1937/04 April
Air Trails
Street & Smith Publications Inc, New York
April  1937
Magazine, 97 pages

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Vol. VIII, No. 1
Well illustrated with photographs and superb black and white line drawings.


3 Stories
BILL BARNES AIR NOVEL: Death Rides the Sky by George L. Eaton
The Flaming Finish by A. R. Elrod
"Dear Harry" by George Swift

13 Model Building Items:
The Model Workshop - Gordon S. Light
The Contest Calendar
The Mulvihill Winner - Bruce Luckett & Gordon S. Light
Model Matters
The Fokker G-1 - Alan D. Booton
The ? Mark
Double-surfaced Indoor Tractor - Lawrence N. Smithline
The Discussion Corner: color visibility.
Builder's Guide - William Winter
Miles Mohawk - William Winter
Designing for the 1937 Wakefield Rules - Gordon S. Light
The Seversky P-35 - Paul Plecan
Export Fighter

8 Features:
This Winged World
Air Progress
Seaplane Development
The Flier's Dictionary - C. B. Colby
Pictorial History of Man in the Air
Split-second Action ....
Cross Winds
Air Trails Gallery

5 Articles:
Getting into Aviation - Clyde Pangborn &Lt. W. M. Wood
Take It Around - Frank Kurtz
The Reaper - Frank Tinsley
Modern Motors - Arch Whitehouse & A. N. Troshkin
Tragic Memorial - Lt. Com. George O. Noville

2 Departments:
What's Your Question? - Clyde Pangborn
Air Adventurers Club - Albert J. Carlson


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