[WWI] I am going through all my old modeling magazines.

Thayer Syme thayer at gryffinaero.com
Sun Oct 20 23:00:17 EDT 2013


Wouldn't be too hard to do it the right way.


>Gordon, you're a gift to humanity.  I'm excruciatingly interested in 
>that Curtiss book.  Anything you care to get up to with that will be 
>enormously appreciated.
>Gordo wrote:
>>Anyone needing info let me know the make and
>model. That way when I go through them I can scan anything you might
>>I have Scale aircraft modeler,Fine scale
>modeler,Soaring magazine(full size gliders but covers historical gliders too),
>EAA experimentor(full size also has historical info the group would want),EAA
>Sport Aviation.(som historical, mostly current), some "custom planes"(oriented
>towards those restoring actual aircraft.old as well as new), Air&Space, Air
>Force(some historical), A book "Curtiss The Hammondsport era 
>1907-1915" AWESOME
>many plans and some really weird planes!loads of historical magazine I have
>loads of digital plans and drawings
>>I am more than happy to scan whatever anyone in the group would need. I
>know what it is like to seek info on planes and have NO options.

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