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by Andrea Stewart,William D. Siuru

  • ISBN: 0873413415
  • Category: Crafts & Home
  • Author: Andrea Stewart,William D. Siuru
  • Subcategory: Antiques & Collectibles
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Krause Pubns Inc (May 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 160 pages
  • FB2 size: 1454 kb
  • EPUB size: 1868 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 608
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Presidential transportation from early horse and carriage days to. .Well, at least 1 other enthusiast has read this book

Presidential transportation from early horse and carriage days to modern times is revealed in a well-detailed survey of how U. S. presidents have spent their time in Washington. Auto buffs and presidential trivia collectors will relish this unusual survey, which includes plenty of black and white photos. Well, at least 1 other enthusiast has read this book. Probably will not make Oprah's book list or NYT, either. If you like lots of black and white photos dealing with the cars driven by or ridden in by US Presidents for the last 100 years or so, this book is for you. Plenty of Lincolns, the cars, a few Fords, the Checker cab ridden in by Oswald, LBJ's Amphicar and even a Fiat!

Presidential Cars & Transportation book.

Presidential Cars & Transportation book. William D. Siuru Jr. and Andrea Stewart take you inside the cars of the '70s, '80s and the '90s up to the current presidential fleet as they illustrate the history of presidential transportation in this new book. Includes carriage, trains, yachts and planes. Presidential Cars & Transportation: From Horse and Carriage to Air Force One, the Story of How the Presidents of the United States Travel. 0873413415 (ISBN13: 9780873413411).

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Publication date 01 Sep 1995. Publication City/Country Iola, WI, United States. Illustrations note 100 b&w photographs. ISBN13 9780873413411.

Presidential Cars and Transportation.

book by William D. Siuru. Presidential Cars and Transportation.

The United States government has maintained a variety of vehicles for the President. Because of his role as Commander-in-Chief he exclusively uses military transports for international travel, however the civilian Secret Service operates the President's motorcade. Since 1953 whenever the President is on board a military flight its call sign is the name of the armed service followed by the word "One".

Air Force One has a rotating crew of 30 flight attendants who purchase food and prepare meals, are proficient in safety and . I never thought I’d leave the farm and one day be traveling with the president of the United States.

Air Force One has a rotating crew of 30 flight attendants who purchase food and prepare meals, are proficient in safety and rescue techniques, and maintain a professional atmosphere for the president. Howie Franklin worked aboard the aircraft for 18 years, covering five presidents from Gerald Ford to Bill Clinton. It’s all about teamwork.

The president?s travel started out with an uncomfortable horsedrawn carriage and has escalated to a. Wisconsin: Krause Publications, 1995 5. Air Force One, The Planes and the Presidents. Elliot Sluhan Production.

The president?s travel started out with an uncomfortable horsedrawn carriage and has escalated to a giant Boeing 747 jumbo jet with all the amenities of the White House. Today the only conflict with the president?s transportation is the price. From President Washington all the way to President McKinley, the president was free to come and go as he pleased because there were no secret service agents.

from horse and carriage to Air Force One, the story of how the presidents of the United States travel. Published 1995 by Krause Publications in Iola, WI.

Book by Siuru, William D., Stewart, Andrea
Reviews about Presidential Cars & Transportation: From Horse and Carriage to Air Force One, the Story of How the Presidents of the United States Travel (2):
Tyler Is Not Here
Well, at least 1 other enthusiast has read this book. Probably will not make Oprah's book list or NYT, either. If you like lots of black and white photos dealing with the cars driven by or ridden in by US Presidents for the last 100 years or so, this book is for you. Plenty of Lincolns, the cars, a few Fords, the Checker cab ridden in by Oswald, LBJ's Amphicar and even a Fiat! See it at a garage sale or in the bookstore in the bottom of your public library, buy it! We took a chance w a buck. I certainly got my money's worth. Doctor Zhivago, it isn't, but I have read worse. Ike had an electric. I have a Volt. FDR loved cars and driving fast. I love FDR. Nixon bought Brezhnev a 73 Lincoln. We have seen the JFK limo at the Ford Museum in Dearborn. Fun facts that, w $1.75, might even get you a cup of coffee. Will it change your life? I hope not, but there are worse ways to spend a few hours. Twilight, anyone?
Kakashkaliandiia
For presidential transportation/presidency-trivia buffs, this book is great. It's chocked full of interesting/unique/rare photos and researched in amazing detail. I couldn't put it down. What a clever idea for a book!

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