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    [World War I]. The Aeronautical Department of The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company. The Construction, Operation and Repair of the "Type R" Kite Balloon. Akron, Ohio: 1918. "Corrected to May 1918." Octavo. Several photographic plates and diagrammatic illustrations. Brad bound in publisher's cloth with leather strap, lacking one clasp top. Marbled endpapers. Bookplate. Binding rubbed and soiled, small puncture holes in spine; edge wear and small tears to free endpapers, pages with minor soiling and staining. Very good. From the library of John Carroll Collins.

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