Journals of the Early Aeroplane
Between 1961 and 2016, World War 1 Aeroplanes, Inc. produced two quarterly aviation history journals:
WW1 Aero and Skyways
The organization was dissolved in 2019 and assets were turned over to The Rhinebeck Aerodrome Museum, a sister NYS 501(c)3, non-profit organization. In doing so back issues, documents, and other related items will remain available to the public and proceeds from sales help to benefit the museum.
To learn more about the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome, museum, weekend air shows and vintage biplane rides, please visit www.oldrhinebeck.org
The Journal of The Early Aeroplane – detailing the beginnings of flight, from the time man first yearned to fly like a bird, through the primitive early flying machines, all the way to the dogfights of World War 1.
The Journal of The Airplane 1920-1940 – indulging in the beautiful and innovative aircraft produced during the interwar period and illustrating the rapid progress of aircraft design during this period.
84 pages - Bellanca Model K and related:
100 pages - Pyramids! From The Height Of This Monoplane, 80 Horsepowers Look Down Upon You! Three French Attempts To Fly To Egypt, 1913-14 (Part 3); A Foundation of Science; The Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome
144 Pages - Spettacolo Aeronautico; Curtiss Pushers IV; BE2; Synchronzers V; Sikorskys H-l thru S-27 Time