Title page and copyright page both say 1933 with no mention of subsequent printints. Boards are brown faux leather. There is a large fold-out map in rear pocket of book. The $2.50 price is mentioned on the bottom of the back dust jacket flap. Armin Lobeck was a professor of geology at Columbia University and is attributed with the invention of the physiographic diagram.
Airways of America is classified in the following category: Science
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