Cessna's Golden Age is included in The Golden Age of Aviation Series.
Cessna's Golden Age book looks at Clyde Cessna and nephew Dwane Wallace, longtime Cessna President, and the Cessna Aircraft Company from the early 1900s, through the years of the Depression and WWII.
Includes biographical information and details the people, facilities and manufacturing operations in Enid, Oklahoma, then on to Wichita, Kansas, during the Golden Age of Aviation.
Emphasis In Cessna's Golden Age book is given to Cessna Primary Gliders, Cessna Airmasters, Cessna T-50 Bobcats, Waco CG-4A Gliders (Cessna-built), and Cessna 120 and 140 airplanes, although other models are also included.
There is a factory tour of the Cessna plant included in the book.
The Golden Age of Aviation Series highlights a number of aircraft manufacturers during the 1900s, 1910s, 1920s, 1930s & 1940s. The series presents an historical look at Aviation’s Golden Years through detailed text, numerous photos, internationally acclaimed 3-view airplane scale drawings, archival materials and original magazine ads of the Golden Age of Aviation.