Wedell-Williams Air Service is a book about Harry P. Williams and James R. Wedell. The two men formed one of the most productive alliances in aviation during the 1930s. Their company, the Wedell-Williams Air Service Corporation, left a remarkable legacy to the world of air racing and the state of Louisiana,
Jimmie Wedell possessed a keen sense of aerodynamics. His aircraft designs set a precedent by demonstrating that bigger engines, with more power, were not always the right combination to place first.