[Kansas City]: Self-published by the author, June 1982. MANUSCRIPT. 59p. printed recto-only + map, 8.5x11 inches, manuscript of the book/article, Wang-printed sheets with a letter from one of the authors (Upjohn) to Ken Kobre laid-in, worn black card-stock covers with a chipped black cloth tape spine.
On 24 March 1968 Aer Lingus flight 712 from Cork to London crashed mysteriously killing all aboard including two Americans, the parents of co-author Bonnie Gangelhoff. This is a manuscript for the piece she wrote in 1982. Included is a cover letter to SF State journalism professor Ken Kobre with humorous references to the Wang printer used to created the manuscript and letter, signed by co-author Upjohn. Gangelhoff and Kobre collaborated on a book on photojournalism in 1986.