What possible use could a Google Print search result be without something more than a title of a periodical and page number? It’s not a single-edition book. Aviation Digest was published approximately from 1955 to 2002, but Google Print gives no year, volume, or issue number for the search result. Only the slimmest image of the page is shown with a page number, 9. I guess I could look at page nine in every issue, on a world where each day has a thousand hours. The page also says, “for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off.” but if you go to the US GPO, there’s no record of the publication.
As a search result, it’s almost useless.
Posted January 19, 2006