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Rocketing Round The World

Fasten Your Safety Belts!

By Milton Reynolds

ISBN non

Publisher: Greenberg

Publishing Year: 1947

1St Edition

1St Print

Language: English

Book Format: Hard Cover

Book Dimensions: 13.8x20 cm

73 Pages

 







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The exploits of the indefatigable Milton Reynolds. Includes his few-hour visit to the Holy Land, during which he caused more havoc than I've managed lo these many years.
When we talk about “Reynolds”, it is impossible to distinguish the man from the pen. The colorful character, the vitality and the sense of adventure of Milton Reynolds are entwined in the development of the ballpoint pen.
Great financial success did not prompt Reynolds to rest idly on his laurels. While trying to make his domestic success into an international one, he also went on flying adventures around the world. His first trip began in June 1946, and ended on the fourth of July the same year. It was made by commercial flights and its main purpose was to look into the possibility of erecting a ballpoint pen factory in Australia. It turned out that the factory was not a worthwhile proposition but he did manage to sell a large quantity of pens in the countries he visited. In this book he tells of his adventures.


 
 
 



 

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