On sale date from the publication date reported to the U.S. Copyright Office found in the Catalog of Copyright Entries, Part 2, Periodicals, 1943, New Series, Volume 38, Number 2. Class B periodical. Copyright registration number 578477.
Table of contents with illustrations and a listing of the Editorial Advisory Board. Indicia at bottom of the page.
Editorial Advisory Board listed as: Eleanor B. Roosevelt (listed as past President of the Girl Scouts Council of Greater New York [and at the time, First Lady of the United States, but not noted]); Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd (listed as "noted explorer, aviator, and author"); Allan Roy Dafoe, M.D. (listed as "the famous quintuplet doctor"); and Reverend John W. Tynan, S.J. (Father Tynan is listed as a member Fordham University faculty).
Fawcett staff listed as: Wilford Hamilton Fawcett [as W. H. Fawcett, Jr.](president); Roger K. Fawcett (vice-president); Allen E. Norman (secretary); Gordon Fawcett (treasurer); Eliott D. Odell (advertising director); Roscoe K. Fawcett (circulation director); Ralph Daigh (editorial director); and Al Allard (art director).
Subscription rate, 12 issues for 1.00 USD in the U.S. and its possessions. Published monthly at 8 Lord Street, Buffalo, New York, by arrangement with the Wander Company of Chicago, Illinois. Editorial and advertising offices located at 1501 Broadway, New York, New York. Other advertising offices: Chicago, Illinois, 360 North Michigan Avenue; Los Angeles, California, Simpson-Reilly, Garfield Building; San Francisco, California, Simpson-Reilly, 1014 Russ Building. General offices located in Greenwich, Connecticut.
Captain Albright's testing facility is in Nevada.
Text story with illustration.
Title in the table of contents is "The Plane No Man Could See!"