Pacific Pioneers The Rest of the Story. A Pictorial History of Pan Am's Pacific First Flights 1935-1946

By: Krupnick, Jon E.; Forward by Jimmy Buffett

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People around the world in the mid 1930's were fascinated when Pan Am established passenger and mail service all through the Pacific region. Lasting only ten years, Pan American's Pacific flying boats are the stuff of legend.


The author Krupnick conducted many personal interviews of the original players, the men and women who made the "Skyway to Asia" a reality creating a major influence for world travelers who wanted fast access to the Pacific countries and territories.


Bindings are tight and square. Text clean. Minimal shelf handling wear. Bold gift inscription on verso of first blank page. Small folio; 12.25 inches tall; 698 pages with index; illustrated with historical photos; advertisements; letters and much more. A definitive history.


Dust Jacket and Layout by Fred Wolfe

Title: Pacific Pioneers The Rest of the Story. A Pictorial History of Pan Am's Pacific First Flights 1935-1946

Author Name: Krupnick, Jon E.; Forward by Jimmy Buffett

Categories: HISTORY, TRAVEL, GEOGRAPHY & EXPLORATION,

Publisher: Montana, Pictorial Histories Publishing Company, Incorporat: 2000

ISBN Number: 1575100762

ISBN Number 13: 9781575100760

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Jacket Condition: Near Fine

Type: Book

Seller ID: 012342

Keywords: Transportation; Aviation; South Seas; Oceania,