|Up-to-the-minute AIRSHIP Books
which record the most thrilling experiences any daring aviator could wish
for. The Stories are written by a famous aviation instructor and are
technically correct in details. One million copies have been sold.
- THE BOY AVIATORS IN NICARAGUA; or, In League with the Insurgents --
"Boys of all ages will be captivated by this clever story of two
bright American lads who in an aeroplane of unusual construction have many
adventures in Nicaragua." -- 1910. Hurst.
- THE BOY AVIATORS ON SECRET SERVICE; or, Working with Wireless --
"Its heroes go in an airship to the Everglades of Florida, and use
their wireless telegraph to assist in the rescue of a Government inventor.
Japanese spies are plotting against them, and the result is a thrill in
every chapter." -- 1910. Hurst.
- THE BOY AVIATORS IN AFRICA; or, An Aerial Ivory Trail -- "In
this book the lads go to Africa in their flying machine and strike an
aerial ivory trail. Adventures come thick and fast. One cannot help
wishing himself fourteen years old once more, to take this book out back
on the barn, or under the pear tree, to enjoy it in fashion." -- 1910.
- THE BOY AVIATORS' TREASURE QUEST; or, The Golden Galleon --
"The author takes the boys on a quest after the Golden Galleon,
lost in a position where it is imaginatively possible to obtain the
treasure. The story is one of the keenest interest from the boy's
standpoint." -- 1910.
- THE BOY AVIATORS IN RECORD FLIGHT; or, The Rival Aeroplane -- "The
story deals with aerial contests for a big prize offered by newspapers to
fly from New York across the continent and the hairbreadth escapes
encountered." -- 1910. Hurst.
- THE BOY AVIATORS POLAR DASH; or, Facing Death in the Antarctic --
"The useful information concerning the Antarctic regions, and the aviation
features and their technical correctness, set the book apart from those
with simple entertainment and adventure." -- Dallas News, Dallas
Texas; -- 1910. Hurst.
- THE BOY AVIATORS' FLIGHT FOR A FORTUNE -- "The volume is
packed with incidents from cover to cover, and conveys an accurate idea of
modern aeroplanes." -- illustrated by Charles
L. Wrenn.1912. Hurst.
- THE BOY AVIATORS WITH THE AIR RAIDERS -- illustrated by Charles L. Wrenn. 1915. Hurst.