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Seven Came Through (SIGNED ASSOCIATION COPY) by (Aviation) RICKENBACKER, Capt. Edward - 1943

by (Aviation) RICKENBACKER, Capt. Edward

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Seven Came Through (SIGNED ASSOCIATION COPY) by (Aviation) RICKENBACKER, Capt. Edward - 1943

Seven Came Through (SIGNED ASSOCIATION COPY)

by (Aviation) RICKENBACKER, Capt. Edward

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Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran and Company, 1943. First Edition, First Printing. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. 5 3/4 X 8 Inches. 118 PP. Signed, "To my good friend & associate / "Hugh Knowlton" / With my very best wish(es) / Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker 1943" directly on the FFEP.<br /> <br /> Stated "First Edition" on the copyright page. Original price of $1.50 intact on front flap. Signed by Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker to his friend and the man largely responsible for his purchase of Eastern Airlines from General Motors in 1938. Rickenbacker, a Medal of Honor Recipient, is best known as the most successful fighter ace of WWI. After WWI Rickenbacker parlayed his fame into an eventual purchase of Eastern Airlines for $3.5 million. In 1942 Rickenbacker was sent by the Secretary of War (Henry Stimson) on a tour of Pacific Theater Operations at the outset of WWII and survived 24 days adrift at sea after his plane crashed. <br /> <br /> A clean copy with minor toning. DJ a bit chipped and worn at edges and folds. Tape repairs to inside of DJ.
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  • Edition First Edition, First Printing
  • Binding Hardcover
  • Publisher Doubleday, Doran and Company
  • Place of Publication Garden City, NY
  • Date Published 1943
  • Keywords aviation, wwi, wwii, pilot

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Seven came through: Rickenbacker's full story

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Seven came through: Rickenbackers full story with an introduction by W.L. White. . ....
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Seven came through: Rickenbackers full story with an introduction by W.L. White. . . [Extra-illustrated with TLS from Rickenbacker, newspaper clippings and ALS by Ted Wolfe].

by [WORLD WAR II]. RICKENBACKER, Captain Edward V

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Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran & Co., Inc., 1943. 8vo. x, 118 pp. Numerous photo plates. Three-quarter burgundy-coloured morocco, raised bands, gilt lettering, by the Barrett Bindery in Chicago, IL (slight rubbing to joints, edgewear, very slight chipping head of spine), still VG copy from library of E.H. Ted Wolfe, president of the Barrett Bindery, and former secretary of the Adventurer’s Club, with bookplate on ffep., pastedown images of the Ernest Hamlin Baker Time Magazine cover portrait of Rickenbacker, signed TLS from Rickenbacker to Ted Wolfe, inscribed on ffep. by Rickenbacker to Ted Wolfe, several newspaper & magazine clippings tipped-in (some offset toning to pages), and long manuscript reminiscence by Ted Wolfe of Rickenbacker’s fighter plane tactics during World War I. First edition, signed & extra-illustrated, of this harrowing account of survival during World War II in the South Pacific. In the TLS dated Sept. 17, 1964 from Rickenbacker to Ted Wolfe on Rickenbacker’s… Read More
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