U.F.O. Investigator; Facts About Unidentified Flying Objects [broken run]: Volume II, Nos. 7, 9, 10, 11, 12; Volume III, Nos. 1 thru 11; Volume IV, Nos. 1 thru 3 [19 unduplicated issues], plus seven enclosures; 26 separate related items together as a small lot. Maj Donald E. Keyhoe, director and, Don Berliner in chief. Richard Hall, sometime assistant, et alia, Lelia Day.
U.F.O. Investigator; Facts About Unidentified Flying Objects [broken run]: Volume II, Nos. 7, 9, 10, 11, 12; Volume III, Nos. 1 thru 11; Volume IV, Nos. 1 thru 3 [19 unduplicated issues], plus seven enclosures; 26 separate related items together as a small lot.
U.F.O. Investigator; Facts About Unidentified Flying Objects [broken run]: Volume II, Nos. 7, 9, 10, 11, 12; Volume III, Nos. 1 thru 11; Volume IV, Nos. 1 thru 3 [19 unduplicated issues], plus seven enclosures; 26 separate related items together as a small lot.
U.F.O. Investigator; Facts About Unidentified Flying Objects [broken run]: Volume II, Nos. 7, 9, 10, 11, 12; Volume III, Nos. 1 thru 11; Volume IV, Nos. 1 thru 3 [19 unduplicated issues], plus seven enclosures; 26 separate related items together as a small lot.

U.F.O. Investigator; Facts About Unidentified Flying Objects [broken run]: Volume II, Nos. 7, 9, 10, 11, 12; Volume III, Nos. 1 thru 11; Volume IV, Nos. 1 thru 3 [19 unduplicated issues], plus seven enclosures; 26 separate related items together as a small lot.

NICAP - National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena, 1963-1967. Pamphlet. Issues run 8p. each, folio leaves of alkaline paperstock printed, folded and paste-fastened into standard 11x8.5 inch newsletter-brochures; illustrations are portraits (of human investigtators) as well as photos (of possible extra-terrestrial vehicles), also diagrams and pix of applicable engineering. Each number is punchholed for a 3-ring binder and folded twice more for mailing in standard envelopes. The back leaf of v.IVn.1 has been coupon-clipped with loss of verso text, some punchholes are slightly torn open, foldlines are severe but manageable, a small lot in generally very good condition, accompanied by a postcard with mailing address, a membership application (not filled in), and five bulletins with pleas for manuscripts and funds. These latter must have been enclosed with newsletters, being punchholed and creased. We see no markings, no soiling, all entirely legible.

Cat.No: 263604

Price: $200.00