Vintage, Original 1933 "International Air Races" & "Gordon Bennett Balloon Race" Curtiss-Wright-Reynolds Airport - Chicago, Illinois Pilot Entry FormExceptional Condition, 75 years old, NOT a copy! From the Estate of The National Air Races founder Measures: 8" wide X 10 3/4" high 's a rare, vintage, original International Air Races & Gordon Bennett Balloon Race Entry form from 1933, 75 years ago. For Pilot participants competing in the Chicago, Illinois based event. The form features a detailed Agreement outlining the terms and conditions of participating in the Air Race, including providing information relating to: The Pilot's make of Airplane, make & type of motor, make of Balloon, name of Balloon, name of Pilot, name of organization or Country Pilot represents. An Indemnification Clause. The reverse side of the Air Race Pilot Entry Form shows: A "Schedule of Events and Prizes". And includes listings for "Free-For-All", Parachute Jumping Contest, International Free-For-All (for women only), The Chicago Daily News Trophy Race, Motors from 200 cubic inch to 550 cubic inch displacement or less. Prize monies are indicated from $200.00 to $10,000.00. We acquired this auction lot from the estate of famous Aviator Cliff Henderson. Who founded the National Air Races, ran the Oakland Speedway, managed Madison Square Garden, built and managed the Pan Pacific Auditorium, oversaw the construction and management of LAX (the Los Angeles Airport), and was a World War I Pilot and a World War II Colonel. The condition of the Air Race Pilot Entry Form is exceptional for its age. Some natural aging at right & left edge. But very displayable for framing. Very difficult to find this type of un-used Entry Form. A perfect edition to any vintage National Air Race, Aviation collection, or just a fascinating read. Also a great and quite unique gift item. Ships worldwide in our quality packing. Domestic U.S. Shipping: $6.50, includes USPS Tracking. Military aircraft, WW II, Jets, Pilot Gear, P-51, Model Airplanes, Bombers, Bomber Jackets, Gee Bee, Air Race, Red Baron, WW I Bi-plane, Airforce, Blue Angels, Thunderbirds, Cessna, Piper, Aircraft Art, Airplane advertising, Aviator, Amelia Earhart, Charles Lindberg, Aircraft Art, Tri-Fokker, Camel Bi-plane, Model Airplane, Air Force, Air Show, Airplane photos, Airplane photo, Howard Hughes, Spruce Goose, Hughes Aircraft, The Aviator, istoric, Jimmy Doolittle, Autogyro,
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