Among the things we have still got of Carrot's is his small library of war related books, most are reasonably common but there may be a few there that are a bit more difficult to obtain.
We made the decision a long time ago that we should really try to sell them on to someone who will put them to a better use than us, but I am only just getting around to doing something about it.
I am really looking for ideas on the best way to get these books to a good home, I'm sure some of them deserve to be read and I don't think that is going to happen in this house.
If any of you have any ideas on the best place to sell these or if any of you are interested in any of these books, send me an email.
Here is an excell file of the Library
and a link to an Amazon registry of those I could find.
Also in the collection are a few handwritten notebooks that look like they were written during an apprenticeship/training course for a fitter and/or flight mechanic. The name in the books is "A. T. J. Crew" these look to have been done maybe during or just after WWII.
There is also what looks to be a workshop manual for "Gipsy 1 Aero Engine Volume 1 1st edition 1931" which has been imprinted 'Copy for Official Use Air Publication 1420' this book is the 1934 edition. It has handwritten on the cover in very large letters R119 and is signed on the cover and title page ' By command of the Air Council C Le(?) Bullock
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