#197.WW1 Altimeter:
This 4 1/2 in. OD Zenith altimeter is marked U.S.A. and the calibration is in Hecto Metres. It is in good working condition and mounted in 6 1/2 in. square piece in 1 inch thick walnut with hanger. In the four corners of the nicely molded walnut plaque are brass uniform buttons. (With eagle and E Pluribus Unum). Overall a very decorative and attractive piece. Ex cond SOLD

#198. Ellington 1918:
Essentially a unit history of Ellington Field, Texas, one of the primary WW1 Air Service training facilities. Includes personnel information with photos of staff and majority of aviation cadets at the field. Includes history of Army aviation, Ellington Field, with many illustrations, both half-tone photos and line drawings. Also included are many advertisements of interest, i.e two page layout on Flottorp, the propeller making company. 8 ¼ x 11, 320 pp. Vg cond $175

#202. Mayes Field 1943 (Photo Album):
This deluxe leather bound album contains original photos of this airport at Huntington, West Virginia. (I believe the field was actually across the river in Chesapeake, Ohio). This field was apparently a civilian pilot training field during WW2, as evidenced by the photos. The photos are of high quality professional caliber and include the following highlights. Interiors and exteriors of the operation with H.G. Mayes at his desk. Nice Aeronca and Cub photos. Operations office, parachute loft, flight line w/ AAL loading ramps etc. Twelve (8 x10) photos and 2 color snapshots.Good cond $50

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