New York City: The Aeronautical Digest Publishing Corp. 1925. First Edition. 177-232 pages. Original printed wrappers. 9 x 12 inches. Stapled wrappers. Chipping and tears to the wrappers. Generally bright and clean internally. Good. Wraps. 
As the name suggests, a digest of news, inventions, and other articles of interest in Aeronautics at the time. Includes a short article with a photograph of Mrs. Theodore Douglas Robinson about her experience flying a 100-mile flight from Washington to Wicomico, Maryland, and back. Her husband, Asst Secy of the Navy accompanied her in a separate plane. Another article on the emerging field of Aerophilosophy (collecting flight/stamp related materials). Captain "Eddie" Rickenbacker talks about America's Future in the Air. Norman Meadowcroft provides practical notes on Airship Construction. The New Aeronautical Patents page is fun with mini-images of all manner of contraptions.
Early aviation is still collected, and finding nice examples in the original wrappers is increasingly difficult.