HOW TO BUILD ROCKET SHIPS: A NON-TECHNICAL BOOK OF ROCKET SHIPS OF THE FUTURE AND HOW TO BUILD A MODEL ROCKET SHIP. Johnson Smith, Company.

HOW TO BUILD ROCKET SHIPS: A NON-TECHNICAL BOOK OF ROCKET SHIPS OF THE FUTURE AND HOW TO BUILD A MODEL ROCKET SHIP. Detroit, Michigan and Windsor, Ont., Canada: Published by Johnson Smith & Company, n.d. [1935?]. Small octavo, pp. [1-2] [1] 2-14 [15-46: ads], illustrations, pictorial wrappers, stapled. First edition. Probably the first printing of this booklet, a novelty catalogue published by Johnson Smith & Company, copyright 1935. A brief account of rockets and rocket propulsion and instructions for making rocket engines and fuel for model airplanes, cars and boats is found on pages [1]-14. Small chip from top right corner of first leaf, pulp text paper browned, else a nearly fine copy of this very ephemeral and fragile production. OCLC reports one copy (Brown University). This printing is rare. (#162803).

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