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Dale L Walker
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Ted Parsons of the Lafayette Escadrille. Published 1980 by Alandale Press in Amsterdam, .

Ted Parsons of the Lafayette Escadrille. United States, World War, 1914-1918, French Aerial operations, Military Air pilots, American Aerial operations, Regimental histories, United States. Aero Squadron, 103rd, Biography, History. Bibliography: p. 72. Classifications. 35. /14/0924, B. Library of Congress.

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Only the Clouds Remain: Ted Parsons of the Lafayette Escadrille, Amsterdam, NY: Alandale Press, 1980. Legends and Lies: Great Mysteries of the American West, New York, NY: Forge Books, 1997. Jack London and Conan Doyle: A Literary Kinship, Bloomingdale, IN: Gaslight Publications, 1981. Will Henry's West, El Paso, TX: Texas Western Press, 1984. In a Far Country: Jack London's Tales of the West, Ottawa, IL: Jameson Books, 1987. The Western Hall of Fame Anthology, New York, NY: Berkley Books, 1997. The Boys of '98: Theodore Roosevelt and the Rough Riders, New York, NY: Forge Books, 1998.

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Only the Clouds Remain: Ted Parsons of the Lafayette Escadrille, Alandale (Amsterdam, NY), 1980. Jack London and Conan Doyle: A Literary Kinship, Gaslight (Bloomington, IL), 1981. Among his best-received titles are The Boys of '98: Theodore Roosevelt and the Rough Riders, Bear Flag Rising: The Conquest of California, 1846, and Pacific Destiny: The Three-Century Journey to the Oregon Country.

I couldn’t raise my head. I missed the horror in the interior. If I’d looked closely, would I have seen Seydou’s hand on my elbow? Could I have stopped myself from being the tool?

I couldn’t raise my head. If I’d looked closely, would I have seen Seydou’s hand on my elbow? Could I have stopped myself from being the tool? From the time we’d. hit the deep sea swell out of Melbourne I’d been sick, and by the trip’s end I was reduced to dragging the thin mattress the Liberan first mate had begrudged me from one slip of shade to the next. The air smelled African hot, but it was cooler than in the hold

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Whatever remained of Fitzgerald remained in the wolves. The sky was darkening, and to the east a shimmer of lightning flicked within the clouds

Whatever remained of Fitzgerald remained in the wolves. He couldn’t say goodbye to Fitzgerald, but he could face the judgement of the pack. He took Fitzgerald’s note out of his pocket. The sky was darkening, and to the east a shimmer of lightning flicked within the clouds. This was not wolf behavior he’d seen before. The clouds had broken, although rain still fell, and the wind hustled over him, moaning in his ear. Sand pressed gently against his cheek; he closed his eyes again, understanding the wolves were keeping him warm, and before he slipped into unconsciousness, he knew they loved him. Fitzgerald and the pack loved him.

Very good (some scuffing to cover), soft cover, Ted Parsons of the Lafayette Escadrille, later a career in Hollywood, photos, 72 pages.
  • When I saw the Indian Head, I knew this was the Lafayette Escadrille. There are very good photos inside.

  • Having read I Flew With the Lafayette Escadrille (highly recommended), I sought out more information on that classic's author, Edwin (Ted) Parsons. This slim little seventy page volume is an expanded version of a 1978 Aviation Quarterly article, and readers shouldn't expect much more than a magazine level summary of Parson's otherwise interesting life. The hyperbolic back cover blurb promises that the booklet "makes the most colorful segment of World War I come alive", based on the author's "unlimited access to Ted Parsons' personal papers and memorabilia." In reality little more than a, to be fair, very well fleshed-out chronology, it makes an interesting magazine article. Expanded into a booklet, the reader is left regretting that the material was not used to produce a biography worthy of this great adventurer.