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copyright 1995; Texas Tech University Press; hardbound; b/w photos; very good conditon of book and dust jacket.


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History will mark the twentieth century as the age that brought forth the revolution of air travel, and few played a more integral role in realizing its possibilities than Sanford B. Kauffman. For more than forty years, he served at the elbow of Juan Terry Trippe, Pan American World Airways' founder. Pan Am became Kauffman's life. An eyewitness to the growth of history's most famous airline, he saw it all. From his beginning as an assistant to André Priester, the crusty Dutch technical genius behind Pan Am's early rise, to his eventual vice-presidency for engineering, Kauffman's career spanned the great bulk of commercial aviation history.

PAN AM PIONEER, A Manager's Memoir by Sanford B. Kauffman

SKU: BS224
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