Madcaps, Millionaires and "Mose"

Good Ebook Madcaps Millionaires and Mose the best work A chronicle of an

Good Ebook Madcaps, Millionaires and "Mose" the best work A chronicle of an exciting era when the airways led to Glendale This is the story of the Grand Central Air Terminal in Glendale, California from the years of early flight to its closing in 1959 Aviation luminaries and celebrities frequented the field and it was a base of operation for the WWII Civilian Pilot Training Program Lavishly filled with well captioned photogra A chronicle of an exciting era when the airways led to Glendale This is the story of the Grand Central Air Terminal in Glendale, California from the years of early flight to its closing in 1959 Aviation luminaries and celebrities frequented the field and it was a base of operation for the WWII Civilian Pilot Training Program Lavishly filled with well captioned photographs of the period that are supported by the text, the book gives a sense of the time.. Bestseller Kindle Madcaps, Millionaires and "Mose" This is the story of the then-famous, now-forgotten Grand Central Air Terminal in Glendale, CA. In its day (1923-1959) it was the location of aviation businesses of all kinds, including design, manufacturing, testing and teaching flight. Celebrities, politicians and aviators/aircraft builders frequented the field throughout its existence and during the Second World War it was a base for training pilots and preparing airplanes for war deployment. Underwood writes pretty well and the production quality of my hardcover edition is quite good, production being a frequent weakness when a book is filled with photographs. Neither text nor photos gloss over any period of the airport's life. The early years are surprisingly well represented and the war years, while occupying many of the books pages, don't squeeze out coverage of the other times. You don't need any aviation knowledge to enjoy Madcaps, Millionaires and "Mose" but if you're a pilot or aircraft mechanic you'll gain still more from the reading. At just 144 pages you'd think you'd get through it quickly but the time spent perusing photos and captions will extend your time with it. By the way, "Mose" refers to Major Corliss C. Moseley whose association with the field culminated in his buying it outright in 1944.

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  1. This is the story of the then famous, now forgotten Grand Central Air Terminal in Glendale, CA In its day 1923 1959 it was the location of aviation businesses of all kinds, including design, manufacturing, testing and teaching flight Celebrities, politicians and aviators aircraft builders frequented the field throughout its existence and during the Second World War it was a base for training pilots and preparing airplanes for war deployment Underwood writes pretty well and the production quality [...]


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