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The north-west aerial frontier, 1919-1934 : some men, women, and flying machines seen in north-west Australia in the pioneering period : international flights, round-Australia flights, and the completion of the Darwin air link to the eastern states

Author: Edward P Wixted
Publisher: Brisbane, Qld. : Boolarong Publications, 1985.
Series: Australian pioneers of flight.
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Genre/Form: History
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Wixted, Edward P.
North-west aerial frontier, 1919-1934.
Brisbane, Qld. : Boolarong Publications, 1985
(OCoLC)563067998
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edward P Wixted
ISBN: 0908175892 9780908175895
OCLC Number: 13394296
Description: viii, 216 pages : illustrations, maps ; 31 cm.
Contents: The aeroplane and north-west Australia 1919-1934 --
The Vickers Vimy 1919 --
Wrigley and Murphy 1919 --
Parer and McIntosh 1920 --
Matthews and Kay 1920 --
Goble and McIntyre 1924 --
Brimsmead, Jones and Buchanan 1924 --
De Pinedo and Campanelli 1925 --
Cobham and Ward 1926 --
Kingsford Smith and Ulm 1927 --
Anderson, Hitchcock and Vivian 1927 --
Bert Hinkler 1928 --
Lancaster and Miller 1928 --
The Royal Air Force and the Wackett Widgeon 1928 --
Charles Scott and Sir John Salmond 1928 --
Anderson and Hitchcock 1928 --
Hurley, Moir and Owen 1928 --
The Coffee Royal episode and Kookaburra 1929 --
Moir and Owen and the Vickers Vellore 1929 --
Captain the Honourable Hugh Grosvenor 1929 --
Ministerial flight with Les Holden 1929 --
The first ten years 1919-1929 --
Francis Chichester 1929-1930 --
Introduction: the air service to Darwin 1930-1934 --
Australian Aerial Services Ltd. (Larkin) 1930 --
Alfred Lyford Ashley 1930-1933 --
Augenson and Gardiner 1931 --
J.N. Wilson 1930-1933 --
Piper and Kay 1930 --
Smith and Shiers 1930 --
Round-Australia formation flight 1930 --
Amy Johnson 1930 --
Three flights with a difference --
Lee Murray and Mrs. Murray 1929 --
Lady Somers and Flt. Lt. Denny 1930 --
Alan Cameron and May Spinks 1932 --
Hook and Matthews 1930 --
Andrew Cunningham 1930 --
Introduction: the unintended air race 1930 --
F.R. Matthews 1930 --
C.W. Hill 1930 --
Charles Kingsford Smith 1930 --
Oscar Garden 1930 --
Fairbairn and Shenstone 1931 --
The experimental air mail service 1931 --
The Dutch experimental air mail service 1931 --
C.W.A. Scott 1931 --
Jim Mollison 1931 --
Jim Broadbent 1931 --
Kingsford Smith and the southern Cross Minor 1931 --
McKenzie and Nudl 1931 --
C.Arthur Butler 1931 --
The all-Australian air mail 1931-1932 --
Jeffrey and Jenkins 1931-1932 --
The Biarritz 1932 --
Elli Beinhorn 1932 --
Lady Chaytor and r.T. Richards 1932 --
Bertram and Klausmann 1932 --
J.J. Thorpe 1932 --
James N. Weir 1932 --
Dr. Woolnough and the RAAF aerial survey 1932 --
Lt. Cdr. G.A.Hall 1932 --
Richard Allen 1932 --
Mrs. Harry Bonney 1932 --
Lockheed Orion NC12229 1932 --
Jacques R. Hebert 1932 --
Mrs. Harry Bonney 1933 --
The Astraea 1933 --
Carl Nauer 1933 --
Faith in Australia to England 1933 --
James woods 1933 --
Kingsford Smith and the Percival Gull 1933 --
Faith in Australia returns 1933 --
Lynch-Blosse and the Spartan Cruiser flight 1933 --
Two quiet solo flights 1934 --
Derek L. Rawnsley (February) , S.G. White (September) --
Rubin and Waller --
Jean Batten 1934 --
P.G. Taylor 1934 --
C.J. Melrose 1934 --
The Qantas DH86 flights --
Southern Cross and the aerial survey 1934 --
Royal Air force flying boats --
Freda Thompson --
Lord Sempill 1934 --
special episodes --
The air race: Mildenhall to Melbourne 1934 --
Frank Neale 1930-1937 --
Northern Territory identities 1919-1934 --
Failed to arrive 1919-1934 --
A casuality list 1919-1934 --
The vanishing horizon: 1934-1939 --
Commemoration flights --
Epilogue 1984.
Series Title: Australian pioneers of flight.
Responsibility: by Edward P. Wixted ; foreword by Lady Joy Taylor.

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