As I have noted before on this blog I am organizing a rather large collection of aviation magazines. This weekend I added to it with several more boxes! Like a truck full of boxes! It is one of those aviation collectables that can be very focused or very broad. Which titles do I focus on? Which years do I keep? When boxes and boxes are passed on to me I know I wont keep ALL of them even though I may want to! Each box may have a few keepers or be full of keepers. The 1940s SKYWAYS were added to the keeper box along with some 1940s and 1950s FLYING and some of the first editions of AIR CLASSICs. So... I can see myself in a few weeks sitting by the wood stove in the living room with a pile of magazines to glean more aviation history from. Anyone looking for some rare magazines? I might just have a copy!
My list of winter projects is now growing... update web sites... sort magazines... post a few items on eBay... oh and polish the Cessna while it is not 100 deg. outside!
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November 14, 2010
Aviation Magazine Collection
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