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Portals into the Sky

Opening this book’s cover lets a reader step back in time with factory fresh cockpit photographs
of over 100 aircraft. Readers see large cockpit detail photographs, an aircraft view is inserted
for less known aircraft.

Each aircraft is identified and interesting narrative is included that provide a glimpse into many
obscure or forgotten plane details. Readers have told us that they look at the photographs time
and time again seeing new details each time they look at their favorite aircraft. 
There is an
emphasis on aircraft of the mid-1940s through 1950s which includes general aviation, military
aircraft, racers and commercial airliners. If love vintage aircraft you have to add this book
to your collection.

Price  $ 25.95
Cessna Sensations

Enjoy a nostalgic look at Cessna aircraft during the 1940s, 1950s and early 1960s through
ninety pages of vintage photographs and interesting, informative text. If you learned to fly,
or spent time with Cessna aircraft, these unique images will rekindle many memories. 
The
images and information contained in Cessna Sensations will open your eyes to the number
of vintage Cessna aircraft still flying. Sit back and take a ride through Cessna's history including
the WWII aircraft, transports and the golden years of aviation after WWII. Cessna sells this
book to the company's flying club members. 

Price  $ 25.95
Vintage Airliners

Turing the pages of Vintage Airliners transports a reader from the first commercial passenger aircraft
including the early Ford Tri-Motor, Curtiss Condor and Kingbird to the Douglas DC-1 and DC-3 and
concludes with the early jet age of the Comet and 707. Readers will find exciting interior pictures of
early aircraft the luxury aircraft of the 1950s.

Most people don't know that lounges, sleeper compartments and commuter airliners are not new.
You'll see surprising lounge photographs with people enjoying a drink while they traveled around
the world by propeller driven aircraft. American Airlines, United, Delta, Northwest, TWA, Pan
American, Eastern, National, KLM, Australian National Airlines, Mohawk, Capital and dozens
of other carriers are represented in seldom seen photographs. Looking over the pages of Vintage
Airliners
is like visiting a dozen museums while sitting in the comfort of your own home. 

Price  $ 25.95
American Airpower: Bombers

This is the perfect book for the aviation or Warbird enthusiast. Readers tell us they look its pages time
and time again seeing new detail on each visit. As you turn the pages, you will see surprising vintage
photographs of each of the bombers, dive bombers and fighter bombers that helped to create
American Airpower. There is fact filled narrative on each of its 120 pages with more than 140
photographs, most not seen in decades.

“John Cilio has managed to write this book so it will appeal to all age groups, from those with little
or no knowledge of bomber aircraft, right thru to those who are serious aviation buffs. It is well
illustrated with informative text and lots of great photographs. A book you can return to, time and
time again”.  – Paul Clouting, Aviation Historian

Price  $ 25.95
Helicopter Evolution

Helicopter Evolution shares vintage images, 1907 thru 1974, of the creative visionaries who
experimented with new rotorcraft designs continually pushing the envelope.  With a foreword
by Nickolai Sikorsky the book shows the inventions, improvements and advancements of
helicopters that were captured on film and have been lost or forgotten for decades. The book
shares a private archive of vintage commercial photographs seldom seen that include all types
of rotorcraft photographs  including;  American Helicopter, Bendix, Brantley, Cessna,
Curtis-Wright, and Curtiss-Wright, de Bothezat, Domain, Firestone, Helicopter Engineering,
Mc Culloch, Marquardt and Roteron.

Many other companies are included, including better known companies like: Boeing, Sikorsky,
Hiller, Piasecki, Kaman and Kellett. Each photograph is accompanied by informative narrative
often provided from the original press release.

Price  $ 25.95
Women's Work in WWII hardcover
The 257 page, 8 ½ x 11 book tells the chronological story about the zigzag social and political developments that enabled U.S. women to eventually gain equal employment with the parallel story of WWII.

These women imagined success and achieved it but when the war ended, so did female equality. The book concludes with how the women of WWII would not accept that outcome and worked in and with Congress, with the president, the unions and across the courts. Their objective: remove the barriers to equal pay for equal work and provide a workplace free from gender discrimination.  

Price  $ 44.95
Women's Work in WWII softcover
The 257 page, 8 ½ x 11 book tells the chronological story about the zigzag social and political developments that enabled U.S. women to eventually gain equal employment with the parallel story of WWII.

These women imagined success and achieved it but when the war ended, so did female equality. The book concludes with how the women of WWII would not accept that outcome and worked in and with Congress, with the president, the unions and across the courts. Their objective: remove the barriers to equal pay for equal work and provide a workplace free from gender discrimination.  

Price  $ 37.95
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