FIRST STOP HONOLULU or TED SCOTT OVER the PACIFIC by DIXON w/Jacket! 1927
FIRST STOP HONOLULU; or, TED SCOTT OVER the PACIFIC (The TED SCOTT FLYING STORIES). By Franklin W. Dixon, Illustrated by Walter S. Rogers, Published by Grosset & Dunlap,New York, 1927.
(Ted Scott Flying Stories, #4)
Juvenile Fiction Aviation Adventures
The series featured Ted Scott, a public aviation hero rather than merely an amateur aviator. In the first book in the series, Over the Ocean to Paris published in 1927, Ted Scott achieved fame for being the first pilot to fly over the Atlantic Ocean to Paris, a feat first accomplished in the real world by Charles Lindbergh in May of that year.
Front jacket flap lists series through book 17, copyright page lists series through book 4.
Hardcover. Red cover with gray front title & black spine title, and a center black airplane illustration. Nice condition with a solid binding & clean pages. Jacket has tears along folds & edges. About 7 x 5 with 216 pages. First Edition. Scarce with original jacket!