Tom Swift and His Airship

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Grosset & Dunlap, 1910 - Aeronautics - 216 pages
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The young inventor builds an airship, makes a trial trip, and experiences a smash-up in midair.

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Very much enjoyed relaxing at night with this. Want to read the others in the series.

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This may be the first 'Tom Swift' book that I read. I am 70 years old and reliving my youth through reading.
It was fun.

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Page 218 - Every Volume Complete in Itself. Every boy possesses some form of inventive genius. Tom Swift is a bright, ingenious boy and his inventions and adventures make the most interesting kind of reading. TOM SWIFT AND HIS MOTOR CYCLE TOM SWIFT AND HIS MOTOR BOAT TOM SWIFT AND HIS AIRSHIP TOM SWIFT AND HIS SUBMARINE BOAT TOM SWIFT AND HIS ELECTRIC RUNABOUT TOM SWIFT AND HIS WIRELESS MESSAGE...
Page 220 - By ALLEN CHAPMAN Author of the "Railroad Series," Etc. Individual Colored Wrapper*. Illustrated. Every Volume Complete in Itself. A new series for boys giving full details of radio work, both in sending and receiving— telling how small and large amateur sets can be made and operated, and how some boys got a lot of fun and adventure out of what they did. Each volume from first to...
Page 28 - There were accommodations for five persons, with sleeping berths, a small galley or kitchen, where food could be prepared, and several easy chairs where the travelers could rest in comfort while skimming along high in the air, as fast as the fastest railroad train.

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