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Airplanes in Kansas: a bibliography

Beechcraft Bonanza Model 35"The B-26 Marauder Sets Six Month Safety Mark," Kansas City Times, June 5, 1944.

"The Battle of Kansas," Kansas Historical Quarterly, Vol. 13, No. 8, November 1945.

Beach, G. Dale. It's a Funk!, Terre Haute, IN: Sunshine House,1985.

"A Better Mousetrap, 'er Ultralight," The Wichitan, Vol. 6, No. 10, February 1984.

Boeing Company. Pedigree of Champions; Boeing Since 1916, Seattle, 1963.

Boeing Company. Kansans Build the Boeing B-29 and the Boeing Kaydet, Wichita, January 12, 1945.

Clark, Bertie. "Flying High: Sam Bailey Fulfills a Lifelong Dream," Kansas!, No. 2, 1988.

Collison, Thomas. The Superfortress is Born, New York: Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1945.

"Commonwealth's Twin-Engined Amphib Into Light Plane Field," Kansas Business Magazine, Vol. 13, No. 17, September 1945.

Denau, Gerald. An Eye to the Sky, n.d.

DeVore, Robert. "B-29 - Rush; Destination - Japan," Colliers, vol. 114, No. 4, July 22, 1944.

"First Flight: Beech is Successful With Methane-Powered Airplane," Kansas Business News, Vol. 3, No. 1, December 1981.

Green, William. The World's Fighting Planes, New York: Hanover House, 1956.

Kansas Department of Commerce. "Presidential Airplane, Air Force One, Made in Kansas," Kansas Too!, Vol. 7, No. 6, November/December, 1990.

"Kansas Clipper Sold," Lawrence Journal-World, August 10, 1977.

Karant, Max. "The B-29," Flying, August 1944.

Lendle, H.G. "1932 Boeing 247 D, Known as the "Kansas Clipper," Still Flies," Kansas City Star, April 21, 1974.

Longren, Albin K. "Sketches of Airplane Designs," n.d.

Longren Aircraft Corporation, "The New Longren Airplane," n.d.

McDaniel, William H. The History of Beech: Fifty Years of Excellence, Wichita: McCormick-Armstrong Company, 1982.

McDaniel, William H. The History of Beech: Four Decades of Aeronautical and Aerospace Achievement, Wichita: McCormick-Armstrong Company, 1971.

Mayborn, Mitch. Cessna Guidebook, Dallas: Flying Enterprise Publications, 1973.

Pearce, Dennis. "Jim Bede of Newton Unveils BD-5 Homebuilt Airplane," Wichita Eagle-Beacon, September 6, 1971.

Powell, Herb. "Biggest, Fastest, Highest Flying Bomber Carries Largest Bomb Load Greatest Range," Aviation, Vol. 43, No. 7, July 1944.

Price, Wesley. "The Saga of the Super Bomber," Science Digest, Vol. 15, No. 4, April 1944.

Rowe, Frank. The Famous Airplanes of Kansas, Wichita: Wichita Eagle & Beacon Publishing, 1992.

Smith, Gene. "Jim Bede Manufactures Tiny, Cheap, Do-it-yourself Airplane," Topeka Capital Journal, November 26, 1972.

Swift Aircraft Corporation. Swift, the Result of a Challenge, Wichita, 1929.

Welch, Ron. "Topekans Build Own Aircraft," Topeka Magazine, Vol. 7, No. 10, November 1980.

Whittaker, Wayne. "Meet the B-29," Popular Mechanics, Vol. 82, No. 2, August 1944.