Two of Irwin’s personal pilot log books. First measures 7.25 x 4.25, with Irwin’s flight logs beginning on December 20, 1958, and continuing through May 30, 1961, and then picking up again from March 22, 1972, to March 28, 1973. The book is nearly full and almost entirely filled out in Irwin’s hand, including his name, “Irwin, James B.,” on the first identification page, and signed at the bottom of five pages, “J. B. Irwin.” The logs include locations, trip times, plane types, and notes about what maneuvers were practiced. Among the planes Irwin identifies are a Cessna 172, Aeronca 7AC, T-34, Beechcraft Bonanza, and a T-38. The second book measures 8 x 4.25, with the logs starting on February 2, 1976, continuing through November 24, 1976. Irwin similarly signed the first page, “Jim Irwin,” as well as at the bottom of five pages, “Jim Irwin.” It is filled out with similar information, although only partially full. In overall fine condition. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from Irwin’s son, James B. Irwin II. Pre-certified Zarelli Space Authentication.
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