Cover Blast: Model Aviation Covers, pt. 1

In the October 2015 issue of Model Aviation we promised to share some of the best Model Aviation covers from the past 79 years.  Well, here you go!  More to be shared daily for the next week.

Going back to the 1930s this time:

A black and white drawing of the 1936 Texaco Winner flys over open fields.
National Model Aviation Museum Lee Renaud Memorial Library.
Model Aviation, vol. 1, no. 2, August 1936.
The cover of the January 16, 1937 issue of Model Aviation had a big headline annoucing a gas meet the week of July 5-9.
National Model Aviation Museum Lee Renaud Memorial Library.  Model Aviation, vol. 1, No. 3, Jan 1937.
In addition to two articles on the 1940 rules and the AMA publishing a quarterly, this cover has a cartoon titled, "What say you cousin?" asking for input from AMA members.
National Model Aviation Museum, Lee Renaud Memorial Library. Model Aviation, vol. 3, no. 5, September 1939.
This cover reports in depth on the AMA's Fall meeting.
National Model Aviation Museum, Lee Renaud Memorial Library. Model Aviation, vol. 3, no. 8, December 1939.

See more covers in:

Cover Blast, pt. 2

Cover Blast, pt. 3

Cover Blast, pt. 4

Cover Blast, pt. 5

Cover Blast, pt. 6

Cover Blast, pt. 7

Cover Blast, pt. 8

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