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    [Aviation]. The Society of World War I Aero Historians. Cross & Cockade Journal. 102 Issues. California: 1964-1984. Quarterly journal. 102 issues. Full of illustrations and articles on aviation during World War I. Publisher's illustrated wrappers. The issues from Volume 1 1960 are second printings from 1964. The issues from Volume 3 1962 are stated second editions from 1965. The issues from Volumes 4 1963 and 5 1964 are second printings from 1966. There is a duplicate issue number 1 from Volume 9 1968 and a duplicate issue number 3 from Volume 10 1969. Some bindings lightly rubbed, minor edge wear, creases, or corner bumps. Few issues with small spine tears or minor smudging and soiling. Very good or better. From the Library of John Carroll Collins.

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