McCook Field, 1917-1927: The Force Behind America’s Golden Age of Flight 1 edition
This definitive history of McCook Field (1917-1927) describes how Dayton, Ohio’s McCook became the Cradle of Aviation by nurturing the fledgling aviation industry of pre-World War I into a major business sector in the post-war world. ©2002, 390 pages with black & white images
McCook Field, 1917-1927
the force behind America's golden age of flight
by Mary Ann Johnson.
Written in English.
About the Book
"McCook Field 1917-1927 tells the story of how McCook Field became the force behind America's Golden Age of Flight in the post-World War I era"--P. 11.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 369-381) and index.
Library of Congress
|TL522.O3 J66 2002|
The Physical Object
|390 p. :|
Number of pages
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